As well as the benefits of both, the low-profile detector uses drift compensation data and a grey chamber to avoid dust and other slow environmental changes from affecting its performance.
With one unit comprising of two different (optical smoke and 54-65°C A1R Rate of Rise heat) sensor types, the innovative design reads both signals simultaneously and generates an alarm from either, or both, sensors. And to give you peace of mind it’s working reliably, it has a self-test function which will let you know if there is a problem.
With an Omni-view indication light which is visible from 360°, this means it can be installed in any orientation, which is the red ring visible in the pictures. This shows when the alarm is activated, or flashes to show it is communicating with the control panel, although this is controllable. Needing a detector base, sold separately, the EV-PH detector fits Nittan and Nittan protocol systems and is addressed using a handheld programming tool.
For hotels, flats and hospitals, you may want to consider the Nittan EV-DPH-A2R Dual Optical and Heat Detector, which uses two optical sensors and a heat sensor to help prevent false alarms.
- Operating voltage 20v-35v
- Advanced electronic technology
- Omniview 360° LED alarm indication
- Compliant with EN54-7:2000 + A1:2002/ EN54-5:2000 + A1:2002
- Compatible with the Nittan Evolution 1
- Quiescent: 200μA
- Optical Smoke and 54°C (A1R) Heat Sensor
- Designed to meet approvals worldwide
- Range of bases available
- CE Marked
- Made by Nittan Europe Ltd