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The LF-6200A/1 is a distributed intelligent fire alarm control panel with a microprocessor based advanced detection and protection system. With its flexibility, unique design and ability to utilize both intelligent and conventional devices, makes it a very reliable system for life safety use. It adopts the use of a multi-line LCD screen for ease of viewing of events and controls, RTOS (Real time operating system), for real time monitoring and display of events, and a graphical display for user-friendly menu and control operation as well as ease of identifying information being sent by field devices to the fire alarm controller.
The LF-6200A/2 is a distributed intelligent fire alarm control panel with a microprocessor based advanced detection and protection system. With its flexibility, unique design and ability to utilize both intelligent and conventional devices, makes it a very reliable system for life safety use. It adopts the use of a multi-line LCD screen for ease of viewing of events and controls, RTOS (Real time operating system), for real time monitoring and display of events, and a graphical display for user-friendly menu and control operation as well as ease of identifying information being sent by field devices to the fire alarm controller.
The LF-6200A/4 is a distributed intelligent fire alarm control panel with a microprocessor based advanced detection and protection system. With its flexibility, unique design and ability to utilize both intelligent and conventional devices, makes it a very reliable system for life safety use. It adopts the use of a multi-line LCD screen for ease of viewing of events and controls, RTOS (Real time operating system), for real time monitoring and display of events, and a graphical display for user-friendly menu and control operation as well as ease of identifying information being sent by field devices to the fire alarm controller.
The LF-PE-6201 intelligent type photo-electric smoke detector utilizes the light scatter sensing principle. It has an infrared light source, which emits signals and photo-diode, which senses the scattering light with the effect of smoke entering the chamber. The chamber is of light proof labyrinth type protected with thin metals mesh for protection from dust, insects and other external interference.
The LF-HD-6202 intelligent heat detector provides an advanced method of detection, address programming and supervision, combined with sophisticated control panel communication. The detector uses a state of-the-art thermistor providing 143°F (62°C) fixed temperature.
The LF-PHD-6110 intelligent type combined smoke and heat detector contains an optical smoke sensor and a thermistor temperature sensor whose outputs are combined to give the final analogue value.
The LF-UV-6135 Intelligent UV Flame Detector has a wide angular sensitivity that can reliably and quickly detect the presence of a flame within its field of view by sensing the ultra violet radiation emitted.
The detector has been designed for internal use and is particularly suited for installations where flame can be expected to develop initially rather than smoke due to the nature of combustible materials such as film, video and computer tapes.
The LF-DB-LI isolating base is intended for use with the LF-6100 Series detectors. The LF-DB-LI isolating base senses and isolates short circuit faults on LF-6100 loops and spurs. In short-circuit conditions the integral red LED is illuminated.
The LF-MCP-6203 Manual Call Point has a 2 way communication with the Fire Alarm Control Panel thus making it an intelligent initiating device. With its sleek and durable design, it can be installed anywhere along corridors, hallways and exits for easy access to operate in cases where there is a requirement for manually activating an alarm signal. It also adopts pre-emptive alarm technology which organizes the data received from the detectors. The information with the highest priority would transfer first.
The LE-YBN-NSA-4 and LE-HSB-NSA-6 are designed specifically for use with the LE-NS Analog models LE-ALN-V, LE-ATJ-EA, and LE-ACC-V.
The LE-YBN-NSA-4 and LE-HSB-NSA-6 common mounting bases allows for complete compatibility for all of the NS Series Analog sensors. The bases are lightweight and very thin, providing a low profile once installed. The solder-less screw terminals enable quick and easy wiring connections.
The LE-ASB Analog Sounder Base is designed for use with analog sensors LE-ALN-V, LE-ATJ-EA, and LE-ACC-V. Each addressable base is to be connected to a Eagle DCP Signalling Line Circuit (SLC). The LE-ASB provides an audible alarm in the immediate vicinity. Typical applications are hotels, apartments, and hospitals.
The LE-SOC-24V photoelectric smoke detector utilizes two bicolored LEDs for indication of status. In a normal standby condition the LEDs flash Green every 3 seconds. When the detector senses that its sensitivity has drifted outside the UL listed sensitivity window the LEDs will flash Red every 3 seconds. When the detector senses smoke and goes into alarm the status LEDs will latch on Red. The detector utilizes an infrared LED light source and silicon photo diode receiving element in the smoke chamber. In a normal standby condition, the receiving element receives no light from the pulsing LED light source. In the event of a fire, smoke enters the detector smoke chamber and light is reflected from the smoke particles to the receiving element. The light received is converted into an electronic signal. Signals are processed and compared to a reference level, and when two consecutive signals exceeding the reference level are received within a specified period of time, the time delay circuit triggers the SCR switch to activate the alarm signal. The status LEDs light continuously during the alarm period
The LE-SLV-24N photoelectric smoke detector utilizes two bicolored LEDs for indication of status. In a normal standby condition the LEDs flash Green every 3 seconds. When the detector senses that its sensitivity has drifted outside the UL listed sensitivity window the LEDs will flash Red every 3 seconds. When the detector senses smoke and goes into alarm the status LEDs will latch on Red.
The LE-DCD-135/-190 fixed temperature/rate-of-rise heat detectors are suited to detect in the presence of slow or fast rising temperatures due to burning combustibles. The construction of these models incorporate a thermistor heat element protected from damage by the built-in, durable plastic guard. These electronic heat detectors incorporate two power/alarm LED’s for 360° indication of status. In standby condition the power LED’s flash Green. In an alarm condition the LED’s latch on Red. The LE-DCD-135/-190 electronic heat detection circuitry performs the same function as a Mechanical Device but with Electronic Precision. If the heat rise is less than 12°/minute the LE-DCD will not alarm until it reaches its alarm temperature (135° or 190° ± 7.5°F). If the heat rise is greater than 12°/minute the DCD will alarm immediately giving an early warning signal and latching the Red alarm LED’s on.
The LE-DFE 135/190 fixed temperature heat detector is suited to alarm in the presence of slowly rising temperatures. The construction of this model incorporates an oversized heat collector protected from damage by the built-in, durable plastic guard. The LE-DFE-135/190 fixed temperature heat detector used the proven snap-disc principle of operation. This bi-metal disc deflects when temperature reaches a predetermined value. The disc deflection then causes a push-rod to close the internal contact resulting in an alarm condition. The bi-metal disc returns to its normal shape when the heat subsides causing internal contacts to return to their normally open position. A standby condition is restored.
The LE-DSC rate of rise heat detectors are composed of an air chamber, vent and a flexible metal diaphragm. When the LE-DSC is heated, the air in the chamber expands. The vent permits the chamber to breathe and slowly release the expanded air. If a fire occurs, the air in the chamber will expand more rapidly than it can be vented. This causes the diagram to close a set of precious metal contacts (normally open) to trigger the alarm signal.
The LE-SLR-24H Multi-criteria detector utilizes two bicolored LED’s for indication of status. In a normal standby condition the LED’s flash Green every 3 seconds. When the detector senses that its sensitivity has drifted outside the UL listed sensitivity window the LED’s will flash Red every 3 seconds. When the detector senses smoke and goes into alarm the status LED’s will latch on Red.
The detection chamber consists of a light emitting diode (LED) and photodiode arrangement. The chamber is designed such that light emitted by the LED cannot normally reach the photo diode. In the event of fire, particles of smoke enter the chamber and scatter the light. As the smoke level increases, the scattering effect increases, causing more light to hit the photo- diode. The chamber contains a unique baffle design which allows smoke to enter the chamber while preventing external light from affecting then photodiode. The photodiode input level is sampled to sense smoke density. When the smoke density exceeds a preset threshold the sensor transmits an interrupt to the fire control panel indicating a fire condition. The fire alarm control panel can adjust the sensor threshold to compensate for contamination.
The LE-NS6 and LE-NS4 Series is designed specifically for use with Conventional ModelsLE-SLR-24V Photoelectric Smoke Detector, LE-SLR-24H Photoelectric with Heat Smoke Detector and LE-DCD-135/190 Fixed Temperature/Rate-of-Rise Heat Detector. The Base is an electronics free 6” or 4” base featuring a plastic tamper-lock lug. Each base is equipped with a resistor. Refer to the Datasheet for additional specifications. The LE-NS4 base is a 4” version of the LE-NS6 base.
Models LE-HSC-224R, LE-HSC-220R and the LE-HSC-221R are designed specifically for use with the Conventional Models LE-SLR-24V, LE-SLR-24H or LE-DCD-135/190. The LE-HSC-(X) R series is a 6” base with two sets of Form “C” relay contacts. Models LE-HSC-224R, LE-HSC-220R and the LE-HSC-221R are also approved for use with Conventional Model LE-DFE 135/190.
The LE-HSC-4R is designed specifically for 24 volt 4 wire applications using Conventional Models LE-SIJ-24, LE-SLR-24V, LE-SLR-24H or LE-DCD-135/190. The 6” diameter base is current limited. Relay contact place a direct short occurs across the loop when the detector is actuated. Model LE-HSC-4R is also approved for use with previous Conventional Model LE-DFE 135/190.
The LE-HSC-L Base Series is designed specifically for use with the Fixed Temperature Heat Detectors Models LE-DFE-135/ 190. The LE-HSC-L Series is a 6″ base featuring a current limiting resistor, latching annunciator output and a latching circuit so the alarm LED will remain lit until the control panel has been reset.
The Models LE-SBC Conventional Sounder Base Series are designed specifically for use with NS conventional style smoke detectors Models LE-SIJ-24 Ionization Smoke Detector, LE-SLR-24V Photoelectric Smoke Detector. The LE-SBC Series will provide an audible evacuation signal (continuous or temporal Code) upon detector alarm. Easily configured to 12 or 24-volt applications through use of a dipswitch, the bases can also be configured to activate in individual, group, or global modes. The relay base model LE-SBC-2R contains two sets of Form “C” Relay Contacts rated at 1 Amps @ 28VDC or 0.5 Amps @ 120VAC. All models come in 6” diameter size.
The LE-DH-99 is designed and built to meet all local requirements, as well as the NFPA regulations regarding duct smoke detectors. The LE-DH-99-AR is provided with output terminals for remote accessories such as a horn, strobe, remote status indicators and reset key switches or push buttons. Air sampling is accomplished by two tubes which protrude into the duct. An exhaust tube of one standard length (7.5″) is supplied in the installation kit with the smoke duct unit. Once the duct width has been determined the air intake sampling tubes must be ordered. Sampling tubes are supplied in three standard lengths 2.5 ft., 5 ft. and 10 ft. and cut to size to fit the duct.
The LE-DH-98 Duct Smoke Detector provides early detection of smoke and products of combustion present in air moving through HVAC ducts in Commercial, Industrial and Residential applications. The LE-DH-98 is designed to prevent the recirculation of smoke in areas by the air handling systems, fans and blowers. Complete systems may be shut down in the event of smoke detection. The LE-DH-98-I and the LE-DH-98-P operate on 115 VAC, 24 VAC and 24 VDC respectively and the LE-DH-98 operate on 230 VAC, 24 VAC and 24 VDC.
The LE-DH-98 is designed and built to meet all local requirements, as well as the NFPA regulations regarding duct smoke detectors. Output terminals are provided for remote accessories such as a horn, strobe, remote status indicators and reset key switches or push buttons.
Models LE-HPS series pull stations are available in three models:
Each model is constructed of a solid die cast housing and comes in glossy red. The back switch plate is plated steel. The electrical switch is rated for 10 Amps @ 120 VDC normally open contact rating. All models are connected via terminal block connections.
The LE-HPS-SAH-WP Weatherproof Manual Pull Station is a UL Listed fire alarm initiating device suitable for applications requiring outdoor mounting of the manual fire alarm pull station. The LE-HPS-SAH-WP is appropriate for applications where the manual pull station may be subject to wet conditions. The LE-HPS-SAH-WP consists of a die-cast aluminium back box (LE-HPS-BB), Neoprene sealing gasket and a special manual fire alarm box. The unit is a high quality pull station constructed entirely of nontoxic materials with a low profile and rounded edges to fit most design requirements. All components are pre-painted, or have plated surfaces to inhibit corrosion.
The LE-DCP-FRCMA/-I Fast Response Contact Monitoring Modules are designed to be used with pull stations, water flow switches, and other applications requiring the monitoring of dry contact alarm initiating devices. The interrupt driven Digital Communications Protocol (DCP) combines maximum communication reliability and fast response to emergency conditions. Two different mounting configurations are provided to meet a wide range of applications. The LE-DCP-FRCMA/-I contact monitoring module does not require a separate 24 VDC power source.
The Dual Relay Modules (LE-DCP-R2ML/H Series) have been designed to provide flexible and quick response to emergency conditions. The LE-DCP-R2ML/H Series allows independent control of two form C contacts for a variety of normally open and normally closed contact applications such as fan operation, elevator recall, door closure, and auxiliary notification
The Class A Supervised Output Modules (LE-DCP-SOM-A & LE-DCP-SOM-AI) have been designed to provide application flexibility and quick response to emergency conditions. Flexibility is provided by a wide range of operating modes, including supporting multi-zone operations, and/ or functions, up to 16 different modulation patterns and multi-state programming. The operating parameters for the LE-DCP-SOM-A & -AI are maintained by the module and do not require individual communication with the control system during emergency conditions to operate. The control panel simply broadcasts system conditions on the Signaling Line Circuit (SLC) and the LE-DCP-SOM-A &-AI modules do the rest based upon the custom configuration. Each LE-DCP-SOM-A & -AI provides a single Class B or Class A circuit rated for 2.0 Amps @ 24VDC. Each LE-DCP-SOM-A &-AI also requires a 24 VDC power source in addition to the SLC.
The Supervised Output Module (LE-DCP-SOM-R) is designed for Single-Interlock Pre-Action sprinkler systems. During an alarm condition, the LE-DCP-SOM-R output will operate which will trip a solenoid valve, allowing water to fill the sprinkler system piping. Water is not discharged until a sprinkler head operates due to heat from the fire. Pre-Action systems provide an added level of protection against inadvertent water discharge and are frequently employed in water sensitive locations such as archival vaults, fine art storage rooms, rare book libraries and computer centers
LE-SOM-R-DS is a double-pole single-throw disable switch used to disable a releasing circuit for system testing or maintenance. The LE-SOM-R-DS is compatible with LE-SOM-R addressable module and the Hawk Extinguishing Conventional Releasing Fire Alarm Control Panel. LE-SOM-R-DS is intended to be mounted to a single gang electrical box.
The Dual Input Monitor Module (LE-DCP-DIMM) is designed for use on a UL listed Fire Alarm Control Panel. It provides two independent contact monitoring circuits while only utilizing one address on the SLC loop. Up to 127 devices can be placed on a single SLC loop. The device address is uniquely stored on an on-board EEPROM. The module can be programmed to monitor Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) contact fire alarm and supervisory devices. The interrupt driven Digital Communication Protocol (DCP) combines maximum communication reliability and fast response to emergency conditions. The module has a single bi-colored LED to indicate device status. It fits into a standard 4″ square or double gang electrical back box.
The Conventional Zone Module (LE-DCP-CZM) is designed for use on an analog addressable Fire Alarm system. Up to 127 devices can be placed on a single SLC loop. The device address is uniquely stored on an onboard EEPROM. The module allows the panel to interface and monitor two-wire conventional detectors or pull stations. Each LF-DCP-CZM transmits the status on one zone of devices (25 maximum per zone) back to the panel. It supervises the power supply as well as the entire zone of devices. Status conditions are reported as normal, open or alarm. All 2-wire smoke detectors must be UL listed as compatible to be interfaced with the LF-DCP-CZM. The interrupt driven Digital Communication Protocol (DCP) combines maximum communication reliability and fast response to emergency conditions. The module has a single bicolored LED to indicate device status. It fits into a standard 4″ square or double gang electrical back box.
The LE-DCP-SCI short circuit isolator should be located between any devices on the SLC loop. In the event of a short on the SLC loop, the two adjacent isolators (closest isolators to the left and right of the shorted section) will activate and their respective LED indicators will be turned on. All devices between the active short circuit isolators will be dead. This will prevent entire loop failure. Upon removal of the short condition, the LE-DCP-SCIs will automatically restore, the entire loop to the normal operating state.
The HEC3-24WR is a low profile horn/strobe combination that offers dependable audible and visual alarms and the lowest current available. It offers tamper-proof field selectable candela options of 15, 30, 60, 75, and 110 candela. The horn offers a continuous or synchable temporal three in 2400Hz and mechanical tone, a hime and whoop tone. All tones are easy for the professional to change in the field by using switches. It has a minimal operation current and has a minimum flash rate of 1Hz regardless of input voltage.It is shipped with a standard 4” metal mounting plate which incorporates the popular Slide feature that allows the installer to easily test for supervision. The product also features a locking mechanism which secures the product to the bracket without any screws showing. The HEC3-24WR appliances are UL 464 and UL 1971 listed for use with fire protective systems and are warranted for three years from date of purchase.
Fire Alarm Bells are specially designed for fire alarm applications. The bell gongs are made of alloy steel to give the loud tones necessary in fire alarm systems. It is available in three gong sizes for different applications. For weather-proof application offers an optional weatherproof back box.
The LE-SPC-24 Projected Beam Smoke Detector consists of an emitter and receiver. The projected beam smoke detector should be placed so that smoke generated by a fire will likely rise into the path of the beam. The receiver is constantly monitoring and measuring the intensity of the beam transmitted by the emitter. Should the smoke from a fire cause a decrease in the signal strength of a magnitude that exceeds the programmed obscuration setting, an alarm signal is generated. The LE-SPC-24 Projected Beam Smoke Detector can provide vital fire detection in applications where other types of detectors may not be able to respond quickly, or at all, to a fire condition.
The LE-DCP-AMS are the series of addressable manual pull stations that provide a fast and practical means of manually initiating a fire alarm signal. Both single action and dual action manual pull stations are available. Resetting of the pull station requires either a Cat 30 key or a 1/8″ hex key (depending upon the model used). An alarm condition is actuated by pulling down on the handle of the LE-DCP-AMS and LE-DCP-AMS-KL single action models. On the dual action models LE-DCP-AMS-LP and LE-DCP-AMS-KL-LP the Lift and Pull cover must be lifted before pulling down on the pull station handle. Once the pull station is activated, the handle cannot be put back into a normal standby condition without using the key operated reset feature. The LE-DCP-AMS series is electronically addressable and includes a bi-colored status LED. The LED blinks green indicating normal communication with the DCP compatible SLC loop. When an alarm condition is actuated by pulling the handle, the LED will latch Red to indicate the alarm condition.