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FDOOT221, FDOOT241-A3,
FDOOT241-A4, FDOOT241-8,
FDOOT241-9, FDOOT241-A9, FDO241,
FDO221, FDT241, FDT221
Automatic fire detectors
Technical Manual
007004_t_en_--
2015-11-04
Building Technologies
Control Products and Systems

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  • Page 1 FDOOT221, FDOOT241-A3, FDOOT241-A4, FDOOT241-8, FDOOT241-9, FDOOT241-A9, FDO241, FDO221, FDT241, FDT221 Automatic fire detectors Technical Manual Building Technologies 007004_t_en_-- 2015-11-04 Control Products and Systems...
  • Page 2 Issued by: Siemens Switzerland Ltd. Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug Tel. +41 41 724-2424 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies Edition: 2015-11-04 Document ID: 007004_t_en_-- © Siemens Switzerland Ltd, 2004 2 | 138 Building Technologies 007004_t_en_-- Fire Safety 2015-11-04...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents About this document ................... 7 Applicable documents ..................9 Download center ................... 10 Technical terms and abbreviations ............... 10 Revision history ..................... 11 Safety ....................... 14 Safety instructions ..................14 Safety regulations for the method of operation ..........16 Standards and directives complied with ............
  • Page 4 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-x / -Ax (sensor mode 1, 'Heat detector') ............ 61 4.3.3 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-x / -AX (sensor mode 2, 'Smoke detector') ..........62 4.3.4 Neural fire detector FDOOT221 ............. 64 4.3.4.1 Description ..............64 4.3.4.2 Use ................. 64 4.3.4.3 Specification ..............
  • Page 5 Parameter sets: Wide-spectrum smoke detector .......... 65 4.4.1 Wide-spectrum smoke detector FDO241 ........65 4.4.1.1 Description ..............65 4.4.1.2 Use ................. 65 4.4.1.3 Specifications ..............66 4.4.2 Wide-spectrum smoke detector FDO221 ........66 4.4.2.1 Description ..............66 4.4.2.2 Use ................. 66 4.4.2.3 Specification ..............
  • Page 6 Testing detectors with detector exchanger and tester ....116 7.3.2 Testing detectors without detector exchanger and tester/detector tester ..............117 Specifications ..................118 Technical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax ......... 118 8.1.1 General (irrespective of the detector line)........118 8.1.2 Detector lines ................120 Technical data FDO221, FDO241 ...............
  • Page 7: About This Document

    0BAbout this document 8BApplicable documents 1 About this document Goal and purpose This document contains information on automatic fire detectors. Following the instructions consistently will ensure that the product can be used safely and without any problems. Target groups The information in this document is intended for the following target groups: Target group Activity Qualification...
  • Page 8 0BAbout this document 8BApplicable documents Document identification The document ID is structured as follows: ID code Examples ID_ModificationIndex_Language_COUN A6V10215123_a_de_DE A6V10215123_a_en_-- -- = multilingual or international A6V10315123_a_--_-- Date format The date format in the document corresponds to the recommendation of international standard ISO 8601 (format YYYY-MM-DD). Conventions for text marking Markups Special markups are shown in this document as follows:...
  • Page 9: Applicable Documents

    007228 Data Sheet Test equipment and accessories FDUD291, FDUD292, FDUD293, RE6, RE7T, RE8ST, RE8STCO, RE10, FDUM291, FDUM292, FDUL221, Sinteso-Test, FDUD29x-E 007850 Data sheet Automatic fire detectors FDOOT221, FDO221, FDT221 008115 Installation Detector heating FDBH291 008116 Installation Base adapter FDB281 008141...
  • Page 10: Download Center

    1.2 Download center You can download various types of documents, such as data sheets, installation instructions, and license texts via the following Internet address: http://siemens.com/bt/download Enter the document ID in the 'Find by keyword' input box.  You will also find information about search variants and links to mobile applications (apps) for various systems on the home page.
  • Page 11: Revision History

    Base adapter FDB251' Chapter '7.3.1 Testing detectors with a detector exchanger and tester' and chapter '7.3.2 Testing detectors without a detector exchanger and tester/detector tester' revised Technical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x/-Ax ● FDOOT241-A5: Permissible ambient temperature changed to -25…+70 °C ●...
  • Page 12 0BAbout this document 11BRevision history Modification index Edition date Brief description 2012-07-01 Resistance values in 'Connecting FDOOT241-A3, FDOOT241-A4 to existing systems' chapter added, date format changed in line with ISO 8601 specifications (format: yyyy-mm-dd) 04.2012 Adaptations and editorial changes Approvals updated 04.2011 Document fully revised New revision history...
  • Page 13 0BAbout this document 11BRevision history The language versions and country variants produced by a local company have the same modification index as the corresponding reference document. They are not however included in the table below. The table below shows the published language versions and country variants with the corresponding modification index: Modification index en_--...
  • Page 14: Safety

    1BSafety 12BSafety instructions 2 Safety 2.1 Safety instructions The safety notices must be observed in order to protect people and property. The safety notices in this document contain the following elements: ● Symbol for danger ● Signal word ● Nature and origin of the danger ●...
  • Page 15 1BSafety 12BSafety instructions How risk of injury is presented Information about the risk of injury is shown as follows: WARNING Nature and origin of the danger Consequences if the danger occurs ● Measures / prohibitions for danger avoidance How possible damage to property is presented Information about possible damage to property is shown as follows: NOTICE Nature and origin of the danger...
  • Page 16: Safety Regulations For The Method Of Operation

    2.2 Safety regulations for the method of operation National standards, regulations and legislation Siemens products are developed and produced in compliance with the relevant European and international safety standards. Should additional national or local safety standards or legislation concerning the planning, mounting, installation,...
  • Page 17 Disregard of the safety regulations Before they are delivered, Siemens products are tested to ensure they function correctly when used properly. Siemens disclaims all liability for damage or injuries caused by the incorrect application of the instructions or the disregard of danger warnings contained in the documentation.
  • Page 18: Standards And Directives Complied With

    1BSafety 14BStandards and directives complied with 2.3 Standards and directives complied with A list of the standards and directives complied with is available from your Siemens contact. 2.4 Release Notes Limitations to the configuration or use of devices in a fire detection installation with a particular firmware version are possible.
  • Page 19: Structure And Function

    3 Structure and function 3.1 Overview In this document the following point detectors are referred to collectively using the term 'Automatic fire detectors': ● Neural fire detectors FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x/-Ax ● Wide-spectrum smoke detector FDO2x1 ● Heat detector FDT2x1 The same detectors may have different names, depending on the document type:...
  • Page 20: Detector With Detection Algorithms (c-line)

    Can be used addressed on the FDnet 3.1.2 Detector with detection algorithms (C-LINE) Neural fire detector ● Selectable detection behavior thanks to application-specific detection algorithms Type FDOOT221 Can be used addressed on the FDnet 20 | 138 Building Technologies 007004_t_en_-- Fire Safety 2015-11-04...
  • Page 21: Details For Ordering

    Selectable detection behavior thanks to application-specific detection algorithms Type FDT221 Can be used addressed on the FDnet 3.1.3 Details for ordering Type Order no. Designation FDOOT221 A5Q00001566 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-8 A5Q00004663 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-9 A5Q00004813 Neural fire detector...
  • Page 22: Product Version Es

    2BStructure and function 16BOverview 3.1.4 Product version ES The product version ES provides the technical status of a device in terms of software and hardware. The product version is provided as a two-digit number. You will find the details of your device's product version: ●...
  • Page 23: S-line And C-line

    2BStructure and function 17BS-LINE and C-LINE 3.2 S-LINE and C-LINE Regarding the point detectors, there are two product lines: S-LINE and C-LINE. They differ regarding the different detector variants and functionalities in both the detectors and control panels. The application range of the S-LINE detectors is wider than that of the C-LINE detectors.
  • Page 24: C-line

    2BStructure and function 17BS-LINE and C-LINE 3.2.1 C-LINE The C-LINE point detectors are characterized by a very high detection reliability combined with a high immunity to deceptive phenomena. Different parameter sets can be configured in the detectors in order to adapt the detectors to the prevailing conditions at the installation location.
  • Page 25: S-line

    2BStructure and function 17BS-LINE and C-LINE 3.2.2 S-LINE Properties In contrast to C-LINE detectors, S-LINE detectors have the following features: ● Dynamic influence on the parameter sets ● Pattern recognition ● Real time interpretation of the situation ● Process- and time-controlled switchover of the parameter sets technology Signal processing of the S-LINE detectors is based on ASA (ASA =...
  • Page 26 2BStructure and function 17BS-LINE and C-LINE Downloadable parameter sets S-LINE detectors have several permanently programmed parameter sets. For special applications new, additional parameter sets can be downloaded in the field (depending on the control panel). 26 | 138 Building Technologies 007004_t_en_-- Fire Safety 2015-11-04...
  • Page 27: Features Of The 'technical Ambient Supervision Message

    2BStructure and function 18BFeatures of the 'Technical Ambient Supervision Message' 3.3 Features of the 'Technical Ambient Supervision Message' The 'Technical Ambient Supervision Message' cannot be configured on all fire control panels. Observe the information in the 'List of compatibility'. 'Technical Ambient Supervision Message' mode detects an increase in temperature caused by hysteresis above a specified threshold.
  • Page 28: Point Detectors With 'technical Ambient Supervision Message' Function

     Technical Ambient Supervision Message [➙ 70] 3.4 Detector 3.4.1 Neural fire detector The neural fire detector is a multi-criteria fire detector with two optical and two thermal sensors. The following neural fire detectors are available: ● FDOOT221 ● FDOOT241-8 ● FDOOT241-9* ●...
  • Page 29 2BStructure and function 19BDetector The following table shows the most important differences between the neural fire detectors. Type Signal processing Communication protocol FDOOT221 Detection algorithms ● FDnet technology FDOOT241-8 ● FDnet ● technology FDOOT241-9 ● FDnet ● Collective technology FDOOT241-A ●...
  • Page 30 2BStructure and function 19BDetector The combination of optical and thermal sensor signals optimizes detection reliability. This has the following advantages: ● Early detection of all types of fire, whether they generate light or dark smoke, or no smoke at all. ●...
  • Page 31: Fdoot241-9 (predecessor Model To Fdoot241-a9)

    2BStructure and function 19BDetector 3.4.1.1 FDOOT241-9 (predecessor model to FDOOT241-A9) The neural fire detector FDOOT241-9 is available in variants A, B, and C. The compatibility differs depending on the variant. The following table provides an overview of the compatibility of the different variants. You will find detailed information in the 'List of compatibility'.
  • Page 32: Wide-spectrum Smoke Detector

    2BStructure and function 19BDetector 3.4.2 Wide-spectrum smoke detector The wide-spectrum smoke detector is an optical smoke detector with an optical sensor. It works according to the principle of forward scattering. This detector reacts with extreme sensitivity to light fire aerosols. The following wide-spectrum smoke detectors are available: technology ●...
  • Page 33: Heat Detector

    2BStructure and function 19BDetector 3.4.3 Heat detector The heat detector is a pure heat detector with two thermal sensors. The following heat detectors are available: ● FDT241 ● FDT221 The following table indicates the most important differences between the two heat detectors.
  • Page 34: Function

    2BStructure and function 20BFunction 3.5 Function 3.5.1 Parameter sets The detection behavior of the point detectors is influenced by the parameter sets so that it can be specifically adjusted to the fire phenomena and environmental conditions to be expected in the environment to be monitored. All parameter sets are programmed in the point detectors.
  • Page 35: Danger Levels

    2BStructure and function 20BFunction 3.5.2 Danger levels The detector's signal processing efficiently distinguishes between fire events and deceptive phenomena. The basis for reaching a danger level is not only given by measured values exceeding a "response threshold"; moreover, the smoke density progression is observed over a longer period of time and assessed by the algorithms.
  • Page 36: Diagnosis Levels

    2BStructure and function 20BFunction 3.5.3 Diagnosis levels The point detector monitors its operation largely autonomously. The signals of all sensors are permanently monitored. The following components in particular should be monitored for correct functionality: ● Temperature sensors ● Light emitters ●...
  • Page 37 2BStructure and function 20BFunction Information Meaning Measures displayed on the detector exchanger and tester 'No deviation' Normal, no fault is present None The detector is fully functional 'maybe excha.' Observe information Clarify cause during periodic maintenance The detector is fully functional For FDOOT: Slightly soiled 'advice excha.'...
  • Page 38: Line Separator

    2BStructure and function 20BFunction Information Meaning Measures displayed on the detector exchanger and tester Any fault Fault present Remedy cause message Detection is no longer guaranteed, or invalid Adjust parameter setting parameter setting Replace detector For FDOOT: Failure of both optical sensors For FDO: Failure of the optical sensor For FDT:...
  • Page 39: Internal Alarm Indicator

    2BStructure and function 20BFunction 3.5.6 Internal alarm indicator The point detectors have an internal alarm indicator. The internal alarm indicator shows the operating condition of the point detector in FDnet according to the table below: Operating condition Flashing mode of the IAI Normal IAI flashes weakly every 4 seconds Test mode...
  • Page 40: Extended Flashing Behavior Of The Alarm Indicators

    2BStructure and function 20BFunction 3.5.7 Extended flashing behavior of the alarm indicators Internal alarm indicator The table below describes the flashing behavior of the internal alarm indicator of the point detectors FDOOT241-A and FDOOT241-Ax with a product version ≥50 in FDnet mode: Several flashing patterns are available for normal operation.
  • Page 41 2BStructure and function 20BFunction External alarm indicator The table below describes the flashing behavior of the external alarm indicator in combination with the point detectors FDOOT241-A and FDOOT241-Ax with a product version ≥50 in FDnet mode: Operating condition Flashing mode Graphic Alarm EAI flashes red every second...
  • Page 42: Connection For External Alarm Indicators

    2BStructure and function 20BFunction 3.5.8 Connection for external alarm indicators Two external alarm indicators can be connected to each point detector. On the FDnet, it is possible to connect external alarm indicator to any point detector. The trigger for activating the alarm indicator can be programmed at the control panel.
  • Page 43: Test Mode

    2BStructure and function 20BFunction 3.5.10 Test mode For testing purposes the point detectors can be set to test mode. In test mode the point detectors react faster and with a higher sensitivity level. Electronic testing: The point detectors can be tested with the detector exchanger and tester FDUD292 or the intelligent detector tester FDUD293.
  • Page 44: Interface To Service Devices

    2BStructure and function 20BFunction 3.5.12 Interface to service devices A proximity interface (MC link) is available for commissioning and maintenance in order to communicate with the detector exchanger and tester FDUD292 and the intelligent detector tester FDUD293. You will find more information in documents 007227 and 009718. See 'Applicable documents [➙...
  • Page 45: Mounting Variants

    2BStructure and function 21BMounting variants 3.6 Mounting variants To install a point detector, a detector base is always required. After installing the detector base, the point detector is simply screwed into the base by hand with the detector exchanger or with the detector exchanger and tester. Alternatively, the point detector can also be installed on a sounder base or an interbase.
  • Page 46: Accessories

    2BStructure and function 22BAccessories 3.7 Accessories 3.7.1 Addressable detector base FDB221/FDB221-AA ● For the mounting of point detectors and alarm sounders ● For the recess-mounted cable entry ● For surface-mounted cable entry, up to 6 mm cable diameter ● Orange terminal block ●...
  • Page 47: Collective Detector Base, Flat Fdb202

    2BStructure and function 22BAccessories 3.7.4 Collective detector base, flat FDB202 ● For the mounting of point detectors ● For the recess-mounted cable entry ● Directly attached to the mounting surface ● Collective ● Gray terminal block ● Compatible with: ● Order no.: S54319-F3-A1 See also ...
  • Page 48: Collective Sounder Base Fdsb292

    2BStructure and function 22BAccessories 3.7.7 Collective sounder base FDSB292 ● For acoustic alarming in the case of an event ● For the collective detector line ● Gray terminal block ● With two micro terminals ● For the recess-mounted cable entry ●...
  • Page 49: Base Attachment Humid Fdb293

    2BStructure and function 22BAccessories 3.7.10 Base attachment humid FDB293 ● For mounting in humid, wet environments and if the detector heating unit is used ● Protection category achievable: IP44 ● Six break-out points for M20 x 1.5 metal cable glands ●...
  • Page 50: Base Adapter Fdb241

    2BStructure and function 22BAccessories 3.7.13 Base adapter FDB241 ● For adapting AnalogPLUS and SIGMALOOP for Sinteso detector systems ● Orange terminal block ● Compatible with: ● Can be set with jumper on replaced detector ● Cannot be used with detector heating unit ●...
  • Page 51: Base Adapter Fdb299

    2BStructure and function 22BAccessories 3.7.16 Base adapter FDB299 ● For adapting AlgoRex (collective) and SIGMACON for Sinteso detector systems ● Gray terminal block ● Compatible with: ● Cannot be used with detector heating unit ● Not compatible with FDOOT241-9 ● Order no.: S54319-F14-A1 See also ...
  • Page 52: Designation Plate Fdbz291

    2BStructure and function 22BAccessories 3.7.19 Designation plate FDBZ291 ● To identify the location ● Compatible with: ● Order no.: A5Q00002621 See also  Designation plate FDBZ291 [➙ 94] 3.7.20 Designation plate DBZ1193A ● To identify the location ● Compatible with: ●...
  • Page 53: Detector Dust Cap Fdz291

    2BStructure and function 22BAccessories 3.7.23 Detector dust cap FDZ291 ● To protect the point detector from dust ● Compatible with: ● Order no.: A5Q00004814 See also  Detector dust cap FDZ291 [➙ 111] 3.7.24 Micro terminal DBZ1190-AA ● Auxiliary terminal for connecting cables ●...
  • Page 54: Detector Installation Kit For Sinteso Detectors In Ventilation Ducts C24178-a41-a1

    2BStructure and function 22BAccessories 3.7.27 Detector installation kit for Sinteso detectors in ventilation ducts C24178-A41-A1 ● For monitoring inaccessible ventilation ducts with optical 12 / 23 smoke detectors. ● Compatible with: ● You will find additional information in the following documents: ●...
  • Page 55: Planning

    3BPlanning 23BCompatibility 4 Planning 4.1 Compatibility Compatible with control panels that support the FDnet detector line. Neural fire detectors can also be operated as follows: ● FDOOT241-A3 on AnalogPLUS ● FDOOT241-A4 on SIGMALOOP ● FDOOT241-A5 on interactive ● FDOOT241-9 and FDOOT241-A9 on a collective detector line ●...
  • Page 56 3BPlanning 24BAmbient features Deceptive phenomena Deceptive phenomena can deceive a fire detector and bring about a false alarm. The deceptive phenomena differ depending on the fire detector. Examples of deceptive phenomena include steam, cigarette smoke, dust, dry ice in discotheques, exhaust fumes, aerosols occurring during welding, and heat sources such as radiant heaters or hot engines.
  • Page 57: Parameter Sets: Neural Fire Detector

    3BPlanning 25BParameter sets: Neural fire detector 4.3 Parameter sets: Neural fire detector 4.3.1 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-x / -Ax (sensor mode 0) 4.3.1.1 Description Parameter sets: High Suppression (8) The parameter set only reacts when a temperature increase of approx. 8 K is detected in addition to the optical signal.
  • Page 58 3BPlanning 25BParameter sets: Neural fire detector Fast Response (6) The parameter set reacts in a fast and highly sensitive manner. It is especially suited for rooms without deceptive phenomena, where the priority is on detecting the fire as early as possible. High Sensitive Fast (9) The parameter set reveals a significantly higher optical and thermal sensitivity than 'Fast Response (6)'.
  • Page 59: Use

    3BPlanning 25BParameter sets: Neural fire detector 4.3.1.2 Use Name Risk of damage to Value Room geometry Deceptive Risk of fire Critical fire size persons concentration phenomena Low… Low… Simple… Few… Low… Low… High High Complex Many High Medium High Suppression Suppression High Compensation...
  • Page 60: Specification

    3BPlanning 25BParameter sets: Neural fire detector 4.3.1.3 Specification The table below shows the characteristics and fields of application of the parameter sets of the neural fire detectors FDOOT241-x/-Ax Name Optical Thermal Typ. Response Sensitivity, Sensitivity, Static activation Differential Differential time open fire smoldering fire temperature...
  • Page 61: Neural Fire Detector Fdoot241-x / -ax (sensor Mode 1, 'heat Detector')

    3BPlanning 25BParameter sets: Neural fire detector 4.3.2 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-x / -Ax (sensor mode 1, 'Heat detector') Select 'Sensor mode 1' 'Heat detector' if the detector should only react thermally. Name at ES <30 Name at ES ≥30 Delivery status; can only be selected in collective mode and MS8 mode. Default status in AnalogPLUS mode as DT1131A Default status in AnalogPLUS mode as DT1132A All parameter sets meet the criteria of standard EN 54-5.
  • Page 62: Neural Fire Detector Fdoot241-x / -ax

    3BPlanning 25BParameter sets: Neural fire detector 4.3.3 Neural fire detector FDOOT241-x / -AX (sensor mode 2, 'Smoke detector') Select 'Sensor mode 2' 'Smoke detector' when fast temperature changes may occur which are not caused by fire (e.g., radiant heaters, hot engines). In this sensor mode, the detector reacts as a wide-spectrum smoke detector and only responds optically.
  • Page 63 3BPlanning 25BParameter sets: Neural fire detector Only select this parameter set if high sensitivity is required and no deceptive phenomena (visible aerosols) can be expected. Response time [s] Sensitivity Name To open fire/smoldering fire [%/m] Universal 2.3 / 8.0 Robust 2.3 / 8.0 Universal 2.3 / 8.0...
  • Page 64: Neural Fire Detector Fdoot221

    3BPlanning 25BParameter sets: Neural fire detector 4.3.4 Neural fire detector FDOOT221 4.3.4.1 Description Parameter sets: Standard (2) The parameter set is intended for robust response. It is particularly suited to application in rooms where deceptive phenomena such as cigarette smoke or dust can be expected.
  • Page 65: Parameter Sets: Wide-spectrum Smoke Detector

    3BPlanning 26BParameter sets: Wide-spectrum smoke detector 4.4 Parameter sets: Wide-spectrum smoke detector 4.4.1 Wide-spectrum smoke detector FDO241 4.4.1.1 Description Parameter sets: Robust (2) The parameter set displays robust behavior in rooms where deceptive phenomena such as cigarette smoke can be expected. Universal (1) The sensitivity and response time of this parameter set are between those of the 'Robust (2)' and 'Sensitive (3)' parameter sets.
  • Page 66: Specifications

    3BPlanning 26BParameter sets: Wide-spectrum smoke detector 4.4.1.3 Specifications Name Response time [s] Sensitivity [%/m] Robust Universal Sensitive Application-specific parameter sets All parameter sets apart from 14 and 15 comply with standard EN 54-7. 4.4.2 Wide-spectrum smoke detector FDO221 4.4.2.1 Description Parameter sets: Standard (2) The parameter set displays robust behavior in rooms where deceptive phenomena...
  • Page 67: Specification

    3BPlanning 27BParameter sets: Heat detector 4.4.2.3 Specification Name Response time [s] Sensitivity [%/m] Standard Standard Plus All parameter sets meet the criteria of standard EN 54-7. 4.5 Parameter sets: Heat detector 4.5.1 Heat detector FDT241 4.5.1.1 Description The heat detector FDT241 has the following parameter sets: ●...
  • Page 68: Specifications

    3BPlanning 27BParameter sets: Heat detector 4.5.1.2 Specifications Name Operating Static activation Differential activation Differential activation possible temperature temperature temperature from ambient temperature: typ. / max. [°C] [°C] ∆T [K] [°C] 25 / 50 60 °C rate of rise 40 / 65 80 °C rate of rise 25 / 50 –...
  • Page 69: Specifications

    3BPlanning 28BDefault settings 4.5.2.2 Specifications Name Operating Static activation Differential activation Differential activation possible temperature temperature temperature from ambient temperature: typ. / max. [°C] [°C] ∆T [K] [°C] 25 / 50 60 °C rate of rise 40 / 65 80 °C rate of rise Applicable with slow temperature increases <1 K/min.
  • Page 70: Technical Ambient Supervision Message

    ● Sensor mode 0 (neural fire detector) Sensitive ● Sensor mode 1 (heat detector) ● Sensor mode 2 (smoke detector) Universal FDOOT221 Standard FDO241 Robust FDO221 Standard FDT241 FDT221 Upon commissioning of the fire detection system, the optimum parameter set must be selected based on the existing risk and the ambient conditions.
  • Page 71: Ambient Conditions

    3BPlanning 29BTechnical Ambient Supervision Message 4.7.1 Ambient conditions In markets where the use of the 'Technical Ambient Supervision Message' is permitted, the point detector can be positioned above or near objects which require the ambient temperature to be monitored in order to prevent damage. 'Technical Ambient Supervision Message' mode detects an increase or decrease in temperature.
  • Page 72: Default Settings For The 'technical Ambient Supervision Message

    These examples cannot be used universally but serve only as typical examples. Environment Detector Parameter set Normal office, room without No special requirements 'Standard' any particular deceptive ⇨ FDOOT221 or FDO221 phenomena Possible deceptive Vapor as deceptive phenomenon 'Balanced' or 'Suppression' phenomena, e.g. electric ⇨ FDOOT241 kettle Kitchen...
  • Page 73: Mounting / Installation

    4BMounting / Installation 31BRequired space 5 Mounting / Installation 5.1 Required space ● Upon insertion of the detector, the detector base is stressed by compression, tension and torsion. The fixing must thus be designed accordingly. ● Detector bases must be placed flat on the ceiling. ●...
  • Page 74: Collective And Addressable Detector Base Fdb201/221

    4BMounting / Installation 32BCollective and addressable detector base FDB201/221 5.2 Collective and addressable detector base FDB201/221 ● Route the recess-mounted cable or surface-mounted cable with an outer diameter of max. 6 mm directly into the detector base. ● Ensure that the cables are flat on the bottom of the detector base. This way, they do not pose an obstruction when inserting the detector.
  • Page 75: Preparing Detector Base Fdb22x For Installing An Fdoot241-a3 Or Fdoot241-a4

    4BMounting / Installation 34BPreparing detector base FDB22x for installing an FDOOT241-A3 or FDOOT241-A4 5.4 Preparing detector base FDB22x for installing an FDOOT241-A3 or FDOOT241-A4 The point detectors FDOOT241-A3 and FDOOT241-A4 can be used to replace detectors from the AnalogPLUS or SIGMALOOP detector families. You will find details in the 'List of compatibility'.
  • Page 76: Cable Entry

    4BMounting / Installation 35BCable entry 5.5 Cable entry The detector bases contain a spring clip. Permissible wire/strand cross-section 0.28…1.5 mm². Note the positive and negative poles. Only connect one wire per terminal. This is the only way to ensure the connection is failure-free for the entire service life of the device.
  • Page 77: Auxiliary Terminals Dbz1190-aa/-ab

    4BMounting / Installation 35BCable entry 5.5.1 Auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-AA/-AB Use the auxiliary terminals for multiple connections: ● DBZ1190-AB connection terminal 1…2.5 mm² ● DBZ1190-AA micro terminal 0.28…0.5 mm² DBZ1190-AB FDB2x1 FDB2x1-AA FDB2x2 DBZ1190-AA Mounting of auxiliary terminals in detector base 1 Connection terminals 3 Micro terminals 2 Detector base...
  • Page 78: Sealing Element Fdbz295

    4BMounting / Installation 36BSealing element FDBZ295 5.6 Sealing element FDBZ295 Sealing element FDBZ295 is used in conjunction with detector bases FDB2x1/FDB2x1-AA. The sealing element provides the device with protection against dirt and spray water. Mounting of sealing element FDBZ295 78 | 138 Building Technologies 007004_t_en_-- Fire Safety...
  • Page 79 4BMounting / Installation 36BSealing element FDBZ295 Mounting  The kit is installed by hand 1. Fold the sealing lip back. 2. Insert the detector base into the sealing element. Make sure that the opening in the detector base lines up with the marking and opening on the rubber base. NOTICE Risk when piercing the rubber base with a tool! Consequences: Leaks in rubber base...
  • Page 80: Base Attachment Fdb291

    4BMounting / Installation 37BBase attachment FDB291 5.7 Base attachment FDB291 ● For cable diameters larger than 6 mm, the base attachment FDB291 is required. ● The required cable entries must be broken out on the base attachment FDB291. max. Ø 21mm max.
  • Page 81: Base Attachment Wet Fdb295

    4BMounting / Installation 38BBase attachment wet FDB295 5.8 Base attachment wet FDB295 ● The 'base attachment wet FDB295' is for surface-mounted feed lines in humid and cold environments. ● It is not possible to remove the detector using the detector tester FDUD291/detector exchanger and tester FDUD292/intelligent detector tester FDUD293.
  • Page 82 4BMounting / Installation 38BBase attachment wet FDB295 Click Click Fig. 2 FDB221 FDB222 Fig. 1 DBZ1193A FDBZ294 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 DBZ1194 Mounting and removal of base adapter FDB241 on detector base Fig. 1 Mounting of base attachment wet FDB295 ●...
  • Page 83 4BMounting / Installation 38BBase attachment wet FDB295 WARNING Danger of falling Bodily injury ● When installing, use a secured ladder or work platform. ● Only use the appropriate detector exchanger and tester or detector tester as mounting tools. Mounting (Fig. 1 and 2) 1.
  • Page 84: Base Attachment Humid Fdb293

    4BMounting / Installation 39BBase attachment humid FDB293 5.9 Base attachment humid FDB293 ● For mounting in wet rooms, the base attachment humid FDB293 is used. ● To seal the cables, especially tight metal cable glands M20 x 1.5 are used. Figure 4: Mounting of detector base on base attachment humid FDB293 1 Base attachment humid 2 Detector base acc.
  • Page 85: Base Adapter Fdb241

    4BMounting / Installation 40BBase adapter FDB241 5.10 Base adapter FDB241 Base adapter FDB241 can be used to install the point detector FDOOT241-A3 or FDOOT241-A4 on detector bases SPF3600 or DB1131A. The point detectors FDOOT241-A3 and FDOOT241-A4 can be used to replace point detectors from the AnalogPLUS and SIGMALOOP detector families.
  • Page 86 4BMounting / Installation 40BBase adapter FDB241 WARNING Danger of falling Bodily injury ● When installing, use a secured ladder or work platform. ● Only use the appropriate detector exchanger and tester or detector tester as mounting tools. ● To remove the base adapter with the detector exchanger and tester or detector tester, use the removal tool for adapter FDUD290.
  • Page 87: Base Adapter Fdb251

    4BMounting / Installation 41BBase adapter FDB251 5.11 Base adapter FDB251 The base adapter FDB251 can be used to install the point detector FDOOT241-A5 on the detector base DB1151A. The point detector FDOOT241-A5 can be used to replace point detectors from the interactive detector family. You will find more information in the 'List of compatibility' and in document A6V10323158.
  • Page 88 4BMounting / Installation 41BBase adapter FDB251 The base adapter FDB251 cannot be used together with the detector heating unit. 5<=>4 1<=>1 DOT1151A DO1151A 2<=>2 DO1152A 3<=>3 DO1153A FDB251 4<=>4 DT1152A 5<=>5 DOT1152A Fig. 1 FDB251 FDB251 FDUD290 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Mounting and removal of base adapter FDB251 on detector base Fig.
  • Page 89 4BMounting / Installation 41BBase adapter FDB251 WARNING Danger of falling Bodily injury ● When installing, use a secured ladder or work platform. ● Only use the appropriate detector exchanger and tester or detector tester as mounting tools. ● To remove the base adapter with the detector exchanger and tester or detector tester, use the removal tool for adapter FDUD290.
  • Page 90: Base Adapter Fdb281

    4BMounting / Installation 42BBase adapter FDB281 5.12 Base adapter FDB281 ● The base adapter FDB281 is required to adapt point detectors in the 'Sinteso' product line to existing addressable MS8 fire detection systems. ● The base adapter is screwed into the MS8 detector base. ●...
  • Page 91: Base Adapter Fdb299

    4BMounting / Installation 43BBase adapter FDB299 5.13 Base adapter FDB299 ● The base adapter FDB299 can be used to install the detector FDOOT241-A9 on the existing detector base SPF600 or DB1101A. ● The base adapter FDB299 cannot be used together with the detector heating unit.
  • Page 92 4BMounting / Installation 43BBase adapter FDB299 WARNING Danger of falling Bodily injury ● When installing, use a secured ladder or work platform. ● Only use the appropriate detector exchanger and tester or detector tester as mounting tools. ● To remove the base adapter with the detector exchanger and tester or detector tester, use the removal tool for adapter FDUD290.
  • Page 93: Detector Locking Device Fdbz293

    4BMounting / Installation 44BDetector locking device FDBZ293 5.14 Detector locking device FDBZ293 The detector can be protected against theft with the detector locking device FDBZ293. Mounting of detector locking device FDBZ293 1 Detector base 4 Detector 2 Set screw with a hexagon socket 5 Allen key 3 Hole 1.
  • Page 94: Designation Plate Fdbz291

    4BMounting / Installation 45BDesignation plate FDBZ291 5.15 Designation plate FDBZ291 To provide the detector with a location address, the address is inscribed on the designation plate FDBZ291 and placed on the detector base or base attachment. Mounting of designation plate FDBZ291 1 Designation plate FDBZ291 3 Identification 2 Base attachment FDB291...
  • Page 95: Detector Heating Unit Fdbh291

    4BMounting / Installation 47BDetector heating unit FDBH291 5.17 Detector heating unit FDBH291 5.17.1 Mounting of the detector heating unit When the detector is exposed to icing or moisture condensation (e.g. in cooling rooms, attics, loading ramps) the detector heating unit FDBH291 is installed in the base.
  • Page 96: Connection Of The Detector Heating Unit

    4BMounting / Installation 47BDetector heating unit FDBH291 5.17.2 Connection of the detector heating unit ● Connect the cables for the monitored supply from the control panel and the detector heating unit to the supplied micro terminals DBZ1190-AA. ● The cables can be placed in the same cable harness as the detector line or separately.
  • Page 97: Protective Cages

    4BMounting / Installation 48BProtective cages 5.18 Protective cages Protective cage DBZ1194 protects the detector against mechanical damage. EMC-protective cage FDBZ294 protects the detector against mechanical damage and electromagnetic fields. 5.18.1 Mounting of the protective cages The protective cages can only be installed on the base attachment wet FDB295. Mounting of the protective cages 1 Base attachment 4 Flat plug 6.3 x 0.8 mm...
  • Page 98: Detector Lines

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines 5.19 Detector lines General cabling information ● Preferably, twisted and non-shielded cables should be used. This also applies to connecting the external alarm indicators. ● Shielded cables are only required in special cases, such as strong high- frequency fields.
  • Page 99: Use Of Shielded Cables

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines 5.19.1.2 Use of shielded cables The shielding of the FDnet detector line must be connected in the detector base to auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-xx. There are two ways of connecting external alarm indicators: LINE Connection diagram for addressed detector line with and without external alarm indicators (with shielded cables) 1 Control panel 3 Auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-xx...
  • Page 100 4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines Variant B NOTICE No approval Without the base adapter, the connection according to variant 'B' is not permitted for FDOOT241-A9. ● For FDOOT241-A9, the base adapter FDB229 must be used. 1. Connect the positive pole of the external alarm indicator to the positive pole for the external alarm indicator on the detector.
  • Page 101: Connection Diagram For Collective Detector Line

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines 5.19.2 Connection diagram for collective detector line General Connect a control panel-specific end-of-line (EOL) to the end of the collective detector line. Connecting external alarm indicators Observe the following points when connecting external alarm indicators: ●...
  • Page 102: Use Of Unshielded Cables

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines 5.19.2.1 Use of unshielded cables The connection is established from base to base using twisted or non-twisted wire pairs. LINE Connection diagram for collective detector line with and without external alarm indicators (without shielded cables) 1 Control panel 3 External alarm indicator 2 Detector bases FDB201/FDB201-AA, FDB202...
  • Page 103: Use Of Shielded Cables

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines 5.19.2.2 Use of shielded cables If installation takes place without use of base adapter FDB299, the shielding of the collective detector line in the detector base must be connected to auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-xx. There are two ways of connecting external alarm indicators: LINE Connection diagram for collective detector line with and without external alarm indicators (with shielded cables)
  • Page 104: Connection Diagram For Ms8 Detector Line

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines Variant B 1. Connect the positive pole of the external alarm indicator to the positive pole for the external alarm indicator on the detector. 2. Leave the negative pole for the external alarm indicator on the detector unoccupied.
  • Page 105: Use Of Shielded Cables

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines 5.19.3.2 Use of shielded cables The shielding of the MS8 detector line must be connected in the base adapter to auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-xx. If a shielded cable is used, there are two possible ways of connecting external alarm indicators: LINE Connection diagram for MS8 detector line with and without external alarm indicators (with shielded...
  • Page 106: Connection Diagram For Analogplus Detector Line

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines Variant B: 1. Connect the positive pole of the external alarm indicator to the positive pole for the alarm indicator on the detector. 2. Leave the negative pole for the alarm indicator on the detector unoccupied. 3.
  • Page 107: Use Of Shielded Cables

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines 5.19.4.2 Use of shielded cables The shielding of the AnalogPLUS detector line must be connected in the base adapter to auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-xx. If a shielded cable is used, there are two possible ways of connecting external alarm indicators: LINE Connection diagram for AnalogPLUS detector line with and without external alarm indicators (with...
  • Page 108: Connecting External Alarm Indicators

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines 5.19.4.3 Connecting external alarm indicators The points below apply to connecting external alarm indicators: ● If the external alarm indicator is connected to only one individual detector, there is no limitation. ● If only original AnalogPLUS detectors and FDOOT241-A3 with base adapter FDB241 are used, there is no limitation.
  • Page 109: Use Of Shielded Cables

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines 5.19.5.2 Use of shielded cables The shielding of the SIGMALOOP detector line must be connected in the base adapter to auxiliary terminals DBZ1190-xx. If a shielded cable is used, there are two possible ways of connecting external alarm indicators: LINE Connection diagram for SIGMALOOP detector line with and without external alarm indicators (with...
  • Page 110: Connecting External Alarm Indicators

    4BMounting / Installation 49BDetector lines 5.19.5.3 Connecting external alarm indicators The points below apply to connecting external alarm indicators: ● If the external alarm indicator is connected to only one individual detector, there is no limitation. ● If only original SIGMALOOP detectors and FDOOT241-A4 with base adapter FDB241 are used, there is no limitation.
  • Page 111: Detector Dust Cap Fdz291

    4BMounting / Installation 50BDetector dust cap FDZ291 5.20 Detector dust cap FDZ291 During the construction phase the detector may be covered with a detector dust cap FDZ291 to protect it from dust and dirt. FDZ291 Mounting / removal of detector dust cap FDZ291 1 Detector 2 Detector dust cap 3 Remove the detector dust cap either manually by turning it to the right, or by using a detector...
  • Page 112: Commissioning

    5BCommissioning 6 Commissioning Commissioning FDnet, AnalogPLUS, interactive, and SIGMALOOP The control panel is used to commission the detectors. The exact procedure is described in the control panel documentation. Migrating existing detectors You will find further information about migration and modernization in document A6V10323158.
  • Page 113 5BCommissioning Changing over from an FDnet detector line to a collective detector line When changing from an FDnet detector line with FD20 detectors on a collective line, or when new detectors are used on a collective detector line for the first time, collective detector bases are mandatory.
  • Page 114: Maintenance / Repair

    6BMaintenance / Repair 51BStatus polling with the detector exchanger and tester 7 Maintenance / Repair 7.1 Status polling with the detector exchanger and tester All point detectors are equipped with the MC link (Maintenance and Commissioning Link). Using this interface, it is possible to read out data from the device in a proximity method over short distances with the detector exchanger and tester FDUD292 or the intelligent detector tester FDUD293.
  • Page 115: Technical Ambient Supervision Message' Performance Check

    Hot air Detector exchanger and tester tester FDOOT241-x/-Ax (sensor mode 0) FDOOT241-x/-Ax (sensor mode 1) – FDOOT241-x/-Ax (sensor mode 2) – FDOOT221 FDO2x1 – FDT2x1 – Suitable Not suitable Please observe the following information when testing: 115 | 138 007004_t_en_--...
  • Page 116: Testing Detectors With Detector Exchanger And Tester

    6BMaintenance / Repair 53BTesting detectors Detector in Information test mode FDOOT ● The FDOOT with ES <13 reveals the same optical and thermal sensitivity level in all parameter sets. ● From ES 13, the detector reacts in correspondence with the parameter set in test mode.
  • Page 117: Testing Detectors Without Detector Exchanger And Tester/detector Tester

    6BMaintenance / Repair 53BTesting detectors 7.3.2 Testing detectors without detector exchanger and tester/detector tester The fire detectors are highly resistant to deceptive phenomena. This means that optical fire detectors, for example, will recognize the immediate occurrence of smoke (such as that which occurs during testing with test gas) as a deceptive phenomenon and will not trigger an alarm.
  • Page 118: Specifications

    = 25 °C Air pressure = 1000 hPa (750 Torr) 8.1 Technical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax You will find information on approvals, CE marking, and the relevant EU directives for this device (these devices) in the following document(s); see 'Applicable documents' chapter: ●...
  • Page 119 7BSpecifications 54BTechnical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax Ambient conditions Permissible operating temperature: ● FDOOT221 -10…+60 °C ● FDOOT241-8/-9/-A3/-A4 -25…+70 °C ● FDOOT241-A -35…+70 °C ● FDOOT241-A5 -25…+70 °C ● FDOOT241-A9 -35…+70 °C Storage temperature: ● FDOOT221 / FDOOT241-x/-Ax -30…+75 °C ●...
  • Page 120: Detector Lines

    7BSpecifications 54BTechnical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax 8.1.2 Detector lines FDnet Detector line Operating voltage (modulated) DC 12…33 V Operating current (quiescent) 190…230 μA Maximum current connection factor Quiescent current connection factor Address connection factor Separator connector factor Protocol FDnet...
  • Page 121 7BSpecifications 54BTechnical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax External alarm indicators External alarm indicators which can be connected ● Sounder base Voltage DC 10…17 V Current 9…15 mA Length of line ● Max. 30 m with unshielded cables, or when the shielding is connected...
  • Page 122 7BSpecifications 54BTechnical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax Collective detector line (FDOOT241-9/FDOOT241-A9) Detector line Operating voltage DC 14…28 V Maximum current connection factor 1…2 (depending on the parameter set and ES) Quiescent current at: ● Maximum current connection factor = 1 65…100 μA...
  • Page 123 7BSpecifications 54BTechnical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax Collective maximum current connection factor/alarm verification (FDOOT241-9) The default parameter set (parameter set 0) is set in all fire detectors when delivered. Use as Parameter set Maximum Maximum Alarm verification Alarm verification on control...
  • Page 124 7BSpecifications 54BTechnical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax Collective maximum current connection factor/alarm verification (FDOOT241-A9) The default parameter set (parameter set 0) is set in all fire detectors when delivered. Use as Parameter set no. Parameter set name Maximum Alarm verification permitted on...
  • Page 125 7BSpecifications 54BTechnical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax MS8/PMT detector line (FDOOT241-8) Detector line Operating voltage (modulated) DC 14…28 V Operating current (quiescent) 200 μA Maximum current connection factor Protocol MS8/PMT Compatibility See 'List of compatibility' External alarm indicators External alarm indicators which can be connected ●...
  • Page 126 7BSpecifications 54BTechnical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax AnalogPLUS detector line (FDOOT241-A3) Detector line Operating voltage (modulated) DC 16…28 V Operating current (quiescent) Typ. 190 µA Maximum current connection factor Address connection factor Protocol K1131 (AnalogPLUS) Compatibility See 'List of compatibility'...
  • Page 127 7BSpecifications 54BTechnical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax Interactive detector line (FDOOT241-A5) Detector line Operating voltage (modulated) DC 21…33 V Operating current (quiescent) Typ. 220 µA Maximum current connection factor Address connection factor Separator connector factor Protocol K1151 (interactive) Compatibility See 'List of compatibility'...
  • Page 128 7BSpecifications 54BTechnical data FDOOT221, FDOOT241-x / -Ax SIGMALOOP detector line (FDOOT241-A4) Detector line Operating voltage (modulated) DC 10…28 V Operating current (quiescent) Typ. 200 µA Maximum current connection factor Address connection factor Protocol SIGMALOOP Compatibility See 'List of compatibility' Line separator Line voltage: ●...
  • Page 129: Technical Data Fdo221, Fdo241

    7BSpecifications 55BTechnical data FDO221, FDO241 8.2 Technical data FDO221, FDO241 You will find information on approvals, CE marking, and the relevant EU directives for this device (these devices) in the following document(s); see 'Applicable documents' chapter: ● Document 007005 ● Document 007850 Detector line Operating voltage (modulated)
  • Page 130 7BSpecifications 55BTechnical data FDO221, FDO241 Device characteristics Response sensitivity: ● FDO221 Typ. 2…3.5 %/m (depending on the parameter set) ● FDO241 Typ. 1.4…3.5 %/m (depending on the parameter set) Compensation, zone 'normal' ≤1 voltage increase for detection Compensation, zone 'Information/Impairment' ≤1.5 voltage increases for detection Compensation speed ≤1/45 voltage increase for detection/h...
  • Page 131: Technical Data Fdt221, Fdt241

    7BSpecifications 56BTechnical data FDT221, FDT241 8.3 Technical data FDT221, FDT241 You will find information on approvals, CE marking, and the relevant EU directives for this device (these devices) in the following document(s); see 'Applicable documents' chapter: ● Document 007005 ● Document 007850 Detector line Operating voltage (modulated)
  • Page 132 7BSpecifications 56BTechnical data FDT221, FDT241 Device characteristics Response sensitivity Depending on parameter set Detector diagnosis With detector exchanger and tester FDUD292 or intelligent detector tester FDUD293 Ambient conditions Permissible operating temperature Depending on parameter set Storage temperature -30…+75 °C Air humidity ≤95 % rel.
  • Page 133: Dimensions

    7BSpecifications 57BDimensions 8.4 Dimensions FDB201/FDB201-AA FDB202/FDB222 FDB221/FDB221-AA Figure 5: Dimensions with detector bases at distance or directly attached 1 Suitable for surface-mounted 3 Detector base directly attached to cables up to Ø 6 mm the mounting surface 2 Detector base at a distance 8.5 Environmental compatibility and disposal This equipment is manufactured using materials and procedures which comply with current environmental protection standards as best as...
  • Page 134: Index

    CE marking 118, 129, 131 Detection behavior of the point detector C-LINE 23, 24 Parameter set Detection algorithms Detector base FDB201/FDB221 FDOOT221 Surface-mounted or recess-mounted supply lead Compatibility 31, 55, 113 Connection Detector base FDB202/222 Addressed detector line 98, 99...
  • Page 135 Neural fire detector FDT221 Multi-sensor smoke detector, neural DA or ASA C-LINE Heat detector 20, 33 Neural fire detectors FDT241 FDOOT241-9, FDOOT241-8, FDOOT221 Heat detector 20, 33 FDOOT241-9, FDOOT241-8, FDOOT221, Fire control panel failure FDO241-A, FDOOT241-A3, FDOOT-A4, FDOOT-A5, FDOOT241-A9 Degraded mode operation...
  • Page 136 Index Recess-mounted supply lead Detector base FDB202/222 Recycling Renovation mode Major renovation work Sensor mode 0 Application as neural fire detector Sensor mode 1 Application as heat detector Sensor mode 2 Application as smoke detector Signal processing of the detector Danger level S-LINE 23, 25...
  • Page 137 Index 137 | 138 007004_t_en_-- Building Technologies Fire Safety 2015-11-04...
  • Page 138 Issued by © Siemens Switzerland Ltd, 2004 Siemens Switzerland Ltd Technical specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Building Technologies Division International Headquarters Gubelstrasse 22 CH-6301 Zug +41 41-724 24 24 www.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies Document ID: 007004_t_en_-- Manual FD20 Edition: 2015-11-04...

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