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Introduction; General Description; System Components - GE KM260 Series Installation And User Manual

Km260 series carbon monoxide detection system.
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1.1 General description

The GE Interlogix carbon monoxide (CO) detection system is the ideal solution for
detection of dangerous levels of CO gas in car parks and other enclosed spaces where
levels of CO gas must be monitored and controlled effectively.
The detection system is based on the analysis of polyatomic gas molecules in the air and
uses a rapid-acting (under ten seconds) SnO2 doped semiconductor housed in the head
of the detector. CO levels are sent to and displayed in the control panel and ventilation
and alarm relays triggered automatically when user-defined CO levels are detected.
System features:
The CO detection system is available in the following versions:
Model
KM260/1
KM260/3

1.2 System components

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Easy to use modular design that provides flexible CO protection for 1 to 5 zones.
Detection response of less than 10 seconds (using GE Interlogix KM170 CO
detectors).
Use of up to 15 detectors per zone.
2
Coverage from 300m
cabinet.
Two relay outputs (ventilation, alarm) triggered by user-defined CO levels.
Advanced system testing and self-testing functions to ensure reliable detection at all
times.
Zones
1
3
1 x cabinet, available in two sizes:
275 mm x 335 mm x 130 mm (for 1 or 2 zone modules).
470 mm x 335 mm x 130 mm (for 3 to 5 zone modules).
1 x voltage transformer.
1 x mains source connecting header.
KM170 CO detectors (sold seperately).
(single zone) up to 22,500m
Cabinet size
275 mm x 335 mm x 130 mm
470 mm x 335 mm x 130 mm
KM260 Series Carbon Monoxide Detection System
2
(five zones) using a single
Extra zones installable
1
2

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This manual also for:

Km260/1Km260/3

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