Fire detectorswith intelligence for every
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The 9200 seriesdetectorsoffer the highestlevelofreliabilityfor
a fullrange offire detection applications: from low or medium to
high-value concentrations. Detectorsare available asopticalsmoke
detectors, heatdetectors, ionisation smoke detectorsor multi-
sensor detectors, combining one or more principles.
9200 series—safetywithoutcompromises
The 9200 seriesofintelligentfire detectorsoffersthe bestpos-
sible protection for medium to large buildingswith veryhigh value
concentrations. Speciallydeveloped for the ring loop technologyof
our controlpanels, theyoffer maximum operating reliability, even in
the eventofshortcircuitsand wire breaks.
Up to 127 intelligentfire detectorsin a common ring loop can be
wired in up to 127 individualdetector zones. Furthermore, soft-
addressing meanseach detector in the loop isaddressed automati-
callybythe fire controlpanel.
Automaticallymore safety
In the eventofa fire, the triggering detector and itsdetector zone
are identified immediately. The alarm itselfwillbe reported automat-
icallyto emergencyservices, e.g. the fire brigade.
Ordering details
PartNo.
Ionisation smoke detector
801071
Fixed heatdetector
801171
Rate-of-rise heatdetector
801271
Opticalsmoke detector
801371
OT multisensor detector
801373
O
2T multisensor detector
801374
OTI multisensor analogue detector
801973
VdSapproval
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Performance data ata glance
Earliestfire detection due to
• Patented multisensor technology
• Decentralised intelligence (microprocessor in each device)
Optimum false-alarm protection
• Automaticadjustmentofsensitivityin harsh environments
• Intelligentprocessing ofindividualsignalsin multisensor
• O
2T technologyidentifying origin ofaerosolparticles
High reliabilityand low maintenance costs
• Continuousself-diagnosisand flexible maintenance tools
• Loop circuitarchitecture

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Allsensor typesto suitevery
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Depending on the application, there isa wide range
to choose from: ionisation and opticalsmoke detectors,
fixed-heatand rate-of-rise heatdetectors, and multisen-
sor detectorsfeaturing a combination oftwo or three of
these detection principles. The multisensor detectors, in
particular, offer superior earlyfire detection, even under
the mostdifficultconditionswith unknown fire loads.
Easyto installand maintain
The 9000 seriesmounting base meansthe detector
itselfcan be installed using a simple snap-in fixture. The
use ofthese standard mounting basesmakesfor later
flexibilityifchangesbecome necessarydue to different
room utilisation. The software provided makesinitialset-
up easy. The integrated intelligence ofthe 9200 series
allowsdata from the internalalarm and operating data
memoryto also be displayed on a PCeither directlyor via
remote access. In thiswayquickand focussed mainten-
ance can be carried out.
Applicationsfor multisensor detectors
The multisensor detector demonstratesitsstrengths
in virtuallyeveryapplication area, notonlyprotecting lives
or valuable investmentsbutculturalassetsaswell.
Multisensor detectorsare highlyrecommended in the
following application areas:
• High riskto human lives, such asin schools,
hospitals, theatres, hotels, etc.
• Buildingscontaining high-value assetssuch as
museums, sitesofculturalinterest, etc.
• Roomswith varying usagesor unknown fire riskssuch
asstores, laboratories, etc.
• Buildingsunder major threatfrom terroristor arson
attacksuch asmilitaryfacilitiesor high-riskgovern-
mentestablishments
• Changing background risksor criticaloperating condi-
tionssuch asfactorybuildings
• Buildingscontaining separate ventilation/air-
conditioning systemsasfound in computer and
clean rooms
• High ceilings, asfound in entertainmentfacilities,
high-baywarehouses, etc.
• Buildingswith specialsecurityrequirementssuch
asnuclear power plants, chemicalplants, shipping
facilities, etc.
Detection of and distinction between fire, smoke developmentand smoke density

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A wide range ofaccessories
• Detector basesfor the mostvaried ofrequirements
standard version*: 781590
with relayoutput: 781591
with open collector output: 781592
with isolator*: 801593
• Surface-mountadapter plate: 781495
• Detector lock: 781496
• Protective detector cage againstunauthorised
removal: 781550
• Flush-mount, drip-proofbase adapter for mounting in
ceilings(and false ceilings): 781497
• Surface-mountbase adapter with PG cable
entry/cable conduits: 781498
• Kitfor suspended mounting: 781482
• Detector interface for visualdisplayofsensor status
on a PC: 769805
* Including terminalsfor remote LED indicator
High tech in miniature
Opticalfire detectors
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In opticalphotoelectronicdetectorsa transmitting LED
and a receiving diode are arranged ata specificangle to
each other. When visible fire aerosolparticles(smoke)
penetrate the device, a section ofthe lightbeam is
scattered and the signalisevaluated in the receiver.
Opticalsmoke detectorscannotdetectinvisible aero-
solparticlesofthe type produced byhigh-energy, free-
burning fires. Theyare therefore unsuitable for general
use where such firescan occur.
Heat
Fixed-temperature or rate-of-rise heatdetectorsregi-
ster the temperature increase thatoccursduring com-
bustion. Theydo not, however, detectthe smoke and com-
bustion gasesproduced byfires. The materialcomposi-
tion ofmodern buildingsand building contentsencourage
smouldering firesand excessive smoke formation before
an open fire breaksout. In thiscase, heatdetectors
alone are notenough. Theyare suitable for areasin
which, under normaloperating conditions, smoke or
similar aerosolsmayarise butwhere, in the eventofa
fire, an open, rapidlyspreading flame can be expected.
Ionisation
In ionisation detectors, a low-strength radioactive
source generatesa steadystream ofionsin the sensor
chamber. The chamber formsan electricfield and the effect
ofthe ion stream on the field ismonitored. When aero-
solsenter the chamber, the stream ofionsisaffected
and the effectismeasured in the chamber. Invisible and
fine darkparticlestypicalofhigh-energyand plasticfires
affectthe ion stream in particular. Ionisation detectorsare
bestinstalled in areaswith such risks.
Multisensor detectors
A multisensor detector combinestwo or more differ-
entdetection principles: optical, heator opticalheatand
ionisation. In thiswaya much wider range offirescan be
detected earlier. A comparison ofdetectorsshowsthatthe
three-wayOTI multisensor offersreliable earlydetection
ofalltypesoffires. A multisensor therefore offersthe
system designer an all-purpose detector for allapplica-
tions, satisfying today’scomplexand changing require-
ments.
Product
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Technicaldata
Novar GmbH
Location Neuss:
D-41469 Neuss, Dieselstra?e 2
Tel.: +49(0)2137171
Fax: +49(0)213717286
Art. No. 797554/03.2004
Technicalinformation issub-
jectto change withoutnotice
Internet:
www.novar.de
E-mail:
info@novar.de
Location Albstadt:
D-72458 Albstadt, Johannes-Mauthe-Stra?e 14
Tel.: +49(0)74318010
Fax: +49(0)74318011220
*Association ofGerman PropertyInsurance Companies
1)With diagnosticcompensation ofenvironmentalfactors
2)Heatdetector (fixed-heat) 3)Heatdetector (rate-of-rise)
Dimensions, including base D = 90 mm, H = 72 mm
Detector version
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OTI
9200
9200
9200
9200
9200
9200
Type
801071
801171
801271
801371
801373
801973
Radioactive compound
Am 241/
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5 kBq
Am 241/
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5 kBq
Type approval
NW609/90
notrequired
notrequirednotrequired
notrequired
NW609/90
Individualindication
Alarm and operating
data memory
Automaticsensitivitycheck*
1)
Rated voltage UN
19 V
19 V
19 V
19 V
19 V
19 V
Typicalquiescentcurrent
45 µA
45 µA
45 µA
45 µA
45 µA
45 µA
pulsing atUN
Typicalemergency
18 mA
18 mA
18 mA
18 mA
18 mA
18 mA
alarm current
Typicalalarm current
9 mA, pulsed
9 mA, pulsed9 mA, pulsed9 mA, pulsed
9 mA, pulsed
9 mA, pulsed
Currentconsumption
9 mA,
9 mA,
9 mA,
9 mA,
9 mA,
9 mA,
during communication
pulsed
pulsed
pulsed
pulsed
pulsed
pulsed
Ambienttemperature
–20 to +60 °C
–20 to +72 °C–20 to +72 °C–20 to +72 °C–20 to +72 °C
–20 to +72 °C
Storage temperature
–25 to +75 °C
–25 to +75 °C–25 to +75 °C–25 to +75 °C–25 to +75 °C
–25 to +75 °C
VdS* No.
G 201007
G 201005
G 201006
G 201008
G 201009
G 201010

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