Conventional IP67 temp weather detector. 57th 6295
Thermal detectors are usually used in rooms where you can expect the temperature rises rapidly in case of fire, or in places where smoke detectors cannot be used. The 6000 series is created to be used in areas of high humidity both indoors and outdoors.
Fixed temperature range of conventional IP67 temp weather detector. 57th 6295
The 600 series detectors are conventional fixed temperature thermal detectors, for example they will give you an alarm within a temperature range in accordance with EN54-5:2000. The sensor element is a bimetallic switch with heat protection protection. An LED on the detector (not available on the 6298) will light up when the detector is activated. All detectors include a remote indicator output.
The following models are available (Temperature response, class and temperature range according to EN54-5):
• 6295, 57oC, class A2 S (54 to 70oC)
• 6296, 72oC, Class B S (69 to 85oC)
• 6297, 87oC, Class C S (84 to 100oC)
• 6298, 117oC, Class E S (114 to 130oC)
How the conventional IP67 temp weather detector works. 57th 6295
All detectors are interlocked, this means that they are not automatically restored if the temperature after the alarm drops below the alarm threshold. The detector LED and the remote connected LED will remain on until a reboot is performed from the C.I.E.
Connections and installation of the conventional IP67 temp weather detector. 57th 6295
All electronic components are mounted in a grey housing with weather protection and equipped with the supplied connection base. The connection base has 3 cable inputs. Supplied with 3 clamping bushings and a silicone gasket for IP67 protection.
All detectors are equipped with three pairs of mobile conductors with female pressure connectors to connect the zone line cables (input/output) and the remote indicator.
Features of the conventional IP67 temp weather detector. 57th 6295
- Fixed temperature alarm level
- Conforms to ATEX (6295 and 6296)
- Weathering (IP67)
|Current consumption||0 mA (at rest)
6 – 40 mA (± 400 Ω) (alarm, internal resistance)
|Physical dimensions||100 x 75 mm (x D)|
|Operating temperature||-40 (min.) / +25 (nom.) / + 50oC (max.)|
|Storage temperature||-45 up to + 70oC|
|Environment||Exd, Indoor, Outdoor|
|Certification||CENELEC / ATEX, EN54-5|
|Current (max)||10 mA|
|Static response temperature||57oC|
|Certification||EN54: 5, CE, CPD|
|ATEX Classification||II 3 G Ex ic IIC T5 Gc, II 3 D Ex ic IIIC T100 ‘C Dc -40′ C ≤ Ta ≤ 50’ C / EN 60079-0: 2009, EN 60079-11: 2012|