The Texecom Exodus FT90 fixed temperature fire detector is a reliable solution for fire detection in high-temperature environments. With its advanced features, this device is an ideal choice for settings where sudden temperature increases are common. Let’s take a closer look at its features.
FT90 Accurate Temperature Detection
The Texecom Exodus FT90 is designed to detect temperatures above 90°C, making it suitable for use in settings where high temperatures occur. Its microprocessor technology and digital detection algorithms ensure that it accurately detects sudden temperature increases caused by fires.
Flexible Installation & Safety Features
The FT90 features 12V/4-wire operation with alarm relay, making it compatible with a range of fire alarm systems. It also has conventional fire 10V-30V operation, providing flexibility in installation. The device features a latch input that enables auto reset, ensuring that the device remains in proper working order and providing continuous fire detection. Additionally, the FT90 is equipped with an alarm situation test button, enabling regular testing to ensure proper functionality.
Exodus FT90 is EN54-5 Compliant
The Texecom Exodus FT90 is EN54-5 compliant, meaning that it meets the European standard for heat detectors. This ensures that the device meets strict safety requirements and is suitable for use in commercial and residential settings.
While the Texecom Exodus FT90 is highly effective at detecting sudden temperature increases caused by fires, it is not suitable for detecting slow-burning fires. It is also designed for environments where temperatures up to 70°C occur normally.
In conclusion, the Texecom Exodus FT90 fixed temperature fire detector is a reliable solution for fire detection in high-temperature environments. Its advanced features, flexible installation, and safety features make it an ideal choice for commercial and residential settings. However, it’s essential to consider its limitations and ensure it’s suitable for your specific needs.
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