Fire/smoke damper monitoring system

The Ruskin Inspector is a fire/smoke damper monitoring system that includes a control panel, a fire/smoke damper interface, and a digital I/O device for the continuous monitoring and automated testing of dampers.

04/10/2012


InspectorThe Ruskin Inspector is a fire/smoke damper monitoring system that includes a control panel, a fire/smoke damper interface, and a digital I/O device for the continuous monitoring and automated testing of dampers. Product activity is logged and viewable for diagnostics and preventative maintenance using a solid-state panel PC with no moving parts. Factory programming of the system is job-site specific, and the closest distribution board powers the devices. A twisted-pair network cable can connect up to 60 devices per network channel. This system allows for phased commissioning and future expansion with open and interoperable protocol and optional online remote access.



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