Cirrus HYBRID Aspirating Fire & Smoke Detectors
- The first and only ‘Combined Fire & Smoke’ Aspirating Detector
- Unique ‘Cloud Chamber Detection’ (CCD) – primary detection technology
- Optical ‘Scatter Chamber Detectors’ (SCD) – secondary detection technology
- Independent and integrated intelligent alarm signal decision making
- The largest sensitivity range aspirating detector Zero% obs/m to 20% obs/m
- HYBRID ‘Smart Signal‘ to verify alarms and discriminate false alarms
- 7” full colour multi-function touch screen LCD display
- Live camera stream from up to 6 IP colour cameras
- Fault finding video feature
Cirrus HYBRID is the only aspirating detector available to identify the optically invisible fire particulate by utilising the unique ‘Cloud Chamber Detection’ (CCD) technology.
Combined Cloud Chamber ‘Fire’ and optical ‘Smoke’ detection
History tells us that in reality there are really only two types of aspirating detector technology. These technologies are ‘Cloud Chamber’ aspirating detection identifying optically invisible fire particulate, and laser or LED ‘Optical’ aspirating detection identifying small amounts of visible smoke.
Depending on the materials burning, particularly in the many modern applications for aspirating detection systems, some fires burn with only a small amount of visible smoke, whereas others burn with greater volumes of visible smoke.
Cirrus HYBRID detects these wide-ranging ‘smokier’ fire types too. Early Warning Smoke Detection (EWSD) is provided using high performance optical ‘Scatter Chamber Detectors’ (SCD) that identify both small and larger smoke particles entering the detector.
By utilising the two most effective methods of aspirating system technologies (CCD and EWSD) in a single detector the Cirrus HYBRID detector provides a device able to detect fire and smoke over the largest range of fire types.
However, what makes this totally new and genuinely unique concept in aspirating fire and smoke detection technology so different is that these two technologies work both independently from each other, and through the use of complex algorithms also interact together, to provide true intelligent alarm decision making. The result of this synergy of technologies is a device that can verify true alarm conditions across the largest range of fire types. A further and equally as important result of this synergy of technologies, is the discrimination of unwanted or false alarms which have historically and still continue to plague so many optical only aspirating detectors.
|Supply Voltage||20 – 29VDC|
|Power Consumption||16.8 watts quiescent (24VDC 100% Fan Speed)|
|Current Consumption||500mA with blower @ 30% 700mA with blower @ 100%|
|Operating Conditions Detector Ambient||0˚C to 38˚C (32˚F to 100˚F)|
|Operating Conditions Tested to||0˚C to 55˚C (32˚F to 131˚F)|
|Operating Conditions Sampled Air||-20˚C to 60˚C (-4˚F to 140˚F)|
|Operating Conditions Humidity||10 – 95%RH, non-condensing|
|Sampling Network||Four inlet ports with combined sampling pipe length up to 630m (2,066ft) subject to ’ProFlow’ sampling pipe calculation program. Maximum transport time = 120 seconds.|
|Pipe ID||19mm to 25mm (preferred OD 25mm)|
|Alarm Indications||Pre-alarm, Fire 1, Fire 2, Fire 3|
|Other Indications||Supply Healthy, General Fault|
|Sensitivity Range||10,000 PCC to 10 million PCC|
0 – 1000CFS (Combined Fire & Smoke scale)
|Programmable Inputs||3 monitored inputs that may be configured for Isolate, Reset, Silence, Day/Night, Battery Fault and Mains Fault|
|Programmable Output Relays||5 Relays rated 1A @ 30VDC|
(Volt-free change over contacts) Each relay output is programmable to one of 35 configurations
|Camera Inputs||6 x Protec specified IP cameras|
|Event Log / Data Retention||24,000 events stored on FIFO basis (alarms, actions, faults and data points)|
(Approx 30 day historical graph data)
|Variable Sensitivity Settings||7 day programmable settings with 2 time zones per day. Day-time/Night-time setting|
|EN54 Approved Sensitivity Settings||Class A – 36 holes @ 200CFS (non-scanner)|
Class B – 44 holes @ 400CFS (non-scanner)
Class C – 44 holes @ 600CFS (non-scanner)
Class A – 11 holes @ 200CFS (scanner)
Class B – 22 holes @ 400CFS (scanner)
Class C – 44 holes @ 600CFS (scanner)
|Airflow Monitoring||‘High Airflow’ and ‘Low Airflow’ fault monitoring|
|Dimensions (mm)||380(H) x 250(W) x 137(D)|
|Relevant Standard||EN54 Part 17 & 20, AS7240 Part 20|
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