Aspirating smoke detectors

The FAAST XT aspirating smoke detectors can detect particulate up to 0.00046%/ft obscuration, and the two-light chamber offers increased accuracy and nuisance immunity.

10/28/2014


The aspirating smoke detectors can detect particulate up to 0.00046%/ft obscuration, and the two-light chamber offers increased accuracy and nuisance immunity. Courtesy: System SensorFAAST XT brings all the capabilities of FAAST—such as three stage filtration, Very Early Warning Fire Detection, and several integration options—to a broader range of applications. The smoke-sensing chamber can detect particulate up to 0.00046%/ft obscuration, and the two-light chamber offers increased accuracy and nuisance immunity. FAAST XT can cover up to 28,800 sq ft in standard detection, and has an aggregate pipe length of 1,050 ft. FAAST XT's other features include an LCD for easy status reading and device operations, a USB connection for plug-and-play device configuration, a 3-speed user-adjustable fan, serial modbus, and ultra-sonic airflow sensing for each pipe inlet.

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