Carbon monoxide/smoke detector

The IntelliQuad PLUS detector has four sensing elements for smoke, carbon monoxide, light/flame, and heat.

09/19/2011


NOTIFIER by Honeywell introduces the IntelliQuad PLUS detector, offering carbon monoxide (CO) detection together with smoke detection and nuisance alarm rejection as part of an ONYX Series fire alarm system. One unit combines four sensing elements for smoke, CO, light/flame and heat to quickly and unequivocally verify a true fire or CO emergency. Separate signals for CO and smoke allow for ONYX systems to respond appropriately based on the event type.

Combined with the addressable B200S sounder base, the IntelliQuad PLUS serves as an all-in-one detection and notification unit, significantly reducing materials, installation labor and maintenance costs, and giving the user one device needed for fire and carbon monoxide detection. 

- Edited by Chris Vavra, Consulting-Specifying Engineer, www.csemag.com 



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