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Smoke and Heat Detector / Industrial

Advanced smoke detectors are interconnected in a chain by a pair of wires and often equipped with a heat sensor that triggers the smoke alarm when the temperature increases very rapidly. Photoelectric detectors are usually powered by DC from the security panel. Use the block diagram below to view the recommended product selection for use in high performance smoke and fire alarm systems.

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Technical Documentation

Application Notes

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AN4110: Using the SPIRIT1 transceiver under EN 300 220 at 868 MHz
1.0 1,028 KB
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AN4126: Using the SPIRIT1 transceiver under FCC title 47 part 15 in the 902 – 928 MHz band
1.1 4,630 KB
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AN4133: Using the SPIRIT1 transceiver under ARIB STD-T108 in the 920 MHz band
1.1 1,578 KB
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AN4147: Using the SPIRIT1 transceiver under FCC title 47 part 15 in the 315 MHz band
1.1 831 KB
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AN4148: Using the SPIRIT1 transceiver under ARIB STD-T93 in the 315 MHz band
1.1 1,333 KB

Presentations & Training Material

Presentations

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Fire alarms and smoke detectors - Application guide
1.0.0 336 KB

Publications and Collaterals

Conference Paper

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ZigBee: The low data rate wireless technology for ad-hoc and sensor networks
542 KB
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