Strobe pilot. White flash FAC350C
The FAC350C is a general purpose ceiling mountLED beacon for fire alarm applications. It has a special base that contains all the wiring connections and allows a easy removal / placement of the device. With an EN54-23-approved coverage pattern of C-3-15, each FAC350C can be mounted up to 3 m in height and provide a cylinder coverage of 15 m in diameter. Therefore, a room of 10.6 x 10.6 m square can be covered with a single device.
Efficiency and versatility of the strobe pilot. White flash FAC350C
FAx350 beacons use a specially designed lens that provides uniform light output over the specified coverage area. The flare frequency of the beacon can also be adjusted during installation, with a selection between 0.5Hz or 1Hz.
The mechanism to lock the beacon to the base can be activated if necessary. Once activated, a special tool is required to remove the siren from the base.
Quick and easy installation of the strobe pilot. White flash FAC350C
FAx350 beacons enable faster installation and maintenance, thanks to an innovative mounting base. Without the need for locking screws, these beacons use TimeSaver bases ™ the 630 series detectors. The heads are simply locked at the base with a “rotate and click” action, allowing them to be placed or removed at any time because the base is the only component that needs to be wired. As the need for wiring is reduced, of coursetime and commissioning costs arealso reduced.
Features of the strobe pilot. White flash FAC350C
- Automatic synchronization
- Anti-manipulation locking mechanism
- Shallow mounting base
- Wiring directly to the base
- Selectable flash frequency
|Operating voltage||17 to 60 VDC|
|Line monitoring input||Polarized input|
|Physical dimensions||100 x 81 mm (x D)|
|Net weight||215 grams|
|Flash rate||0.5 Hz or 1 Hz|
|Mounting height||Up to 3m|
|Soil coverage||Up to 15 m in diameter|
|Operating temperature||-25 up to + 70oC|
|Relative humidity||5 to 95% non-condensing|
|Current consumption||20 mA at 0.5 Hz / 40 mA at 1 Hz|
|Automatic synchronization||Phased start|