Dust, heat, smoke, exhaust fumes and other interference factors have a significant impact on detecting fires when using conventional fire detectors. However, it is exactly under such difficult conditions that the fire risk is so great and it is vital to ensure quick and reliable detection – such as in tunnels, industrial facilities, power plants and car parks. The SecuriSens dLIST (VdS approved) line-type heat detectors from Securiton enable the rapid localization/detection of a fire – even when used in harsh, aggressive environments. The SecuriSens d-LIST system with SEC 15 sensor cable is primarily used in industrial facilities and when monitoring smaller areas.
SecuriSens dLIST detects incipient fires in record time. The sensor cable contains highly sensitive addressed sensors (spaced at intervals of 1m to 10m) whose response behaviour can be programmed individually. The sensor spacing in the cable can also be selected individually, to set up a monitoring system that is tailored exactly to the specific risk profile of the object. One can then profit from extremely precise, rapid and reliable fire detection.
Every second counts when reacting to an emergency, which is why these systems have transparent communication without any friction losses. The SecuriSens dLIST systems also open up interesting options in terms of dimensioning – several cable terminal processors can be networked with one central master for remote control. The functionality of all sensors (at an interval of 10s) is permanently checked by the cable terminal processor so that uninterrupted monitoring of the object is ensured.
The spacing between sensors can be freely selected and the location of the sensors are determined according to the markings on the outer sheathing of the sensor cable. External individual sensors in metal housings are available for special applications and can be easily connected to the SecuriSens d-LIST system. The system offers reliable monitoring of sections of up to 500 (2X250) metres in length, or up to 188 (2X99) sensors.