The OSI-RIE-34 is an analogue addressable reflected beam smoke detector. The detector transmits a beam of infra-red light toward a reflector up to 100 metres from the transmitter-receiver. The beam is reflected back to the transmitter-receiver where the in-coming signal is analysed. If the beam is obscured by smoke, the detector initiates a fire alarm.
The OSI-RIE-34 transmitter-receiver connects to an analogue addressable circuit on a Pertronic F220 or F100A fire panel. The reflector requires no cabling unless it is fitted with the optional anti-condensation heater.
The infrared transmitter and imager (receiver) are mounted in a lens assembly (“eyeball”) that can move 20° vertically and 50° horizontally. The transmitter-receiver has four coloured arrows which are visible when the cover is removed. These arrows light up during the alignment process, guiding the user to manually align the lense assembly.
DO NOT paint the main housing or eyeball. Only the removable cover is paintable.
The transmitter-receiver's integral lense heater cannot be powered from the analogue addressable circuit. The heater requires an external 24 V dc (nominal) power supply capable of supplying at least 0.5 amp.
AA OSID Beam c/w Reflector (5-100m)