Aspirating smoke detectors

FAAST XS aspirating smoke detectors enable users to better serve the needs of small data centers, environmentally challenging spaces like manufacturing or process plants.

04/14/2016


FAAST XS aspirating smoke detectors enable users to better serve the needs of small data centers, environmentally challenging spaces like manufacturing or process plants, or any area within a facility where standard spot smoke detectors are subject to nuisance alarm conditions. This smaller FAAST unit covers up to 5,000 sq ft and delivers all the features of FAAST, such as the ability to be configured for very early warning, early warning, and standard fire protection. Other features include programming flexibility, multi-alarm levels and two sensitivity modes, ultrasonic flow sensing for pipe and chamber airflow measurements, early notification of pipe network trouble conditions, and built-in email event notification to appropriate personnel.

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