Hệ thống báo cháy địa chỉ Panasonic 4 loop EBL512
- EBL512 is an analog addressable fire alarm system but also conventional detectors can be used. EBL512 fulfils the EN54 standards EN54 part 2 (Control and Indicating Equipment) and EN54 part 4 (Power supply). Each CIE can communicate with up to 1020 addressable input and output units. Up to 512 of these units can be alarm points.
- Each CIE has four loops for connection of the analog detectors, manual call points, inputs and outputs units etc. Each unit on the loop uses one address.
- Each CIE can work standalone or be connected in a TLON (Echelon) network with up to 30 CIEs. The total number of detectors and other loop units in a full system is accordingly more than 30 600. Each CIE has access to all information from all the other CIEs in the same network - system.
- EBL512 - a unique concept for early detection but without the unwanted nuisance alarms.
- EBL512 is the third generation of the analog EBL fire alarm systems, with unique functionality in co-operation with adaptation to the surrounding environment, self-diagnosis and interactivity. The system can be installed in almost any premises.
- Each Analog detector in the system adapts to the surrounding environment. The sensitivity of each Analog detector is constant in spite of the contamination or background particle level. Long-term changes are distinguished from e.g. the short time variations of a smouldering fire.
- The self-diagnosis function detects every deviation from the accurate normal condition in the electronic circuits and in the detection chamber. The inter activity function is using information from one, two or a larger number of detectors in the system to provide a more secure detection of a real fire.
- A family of state of the art Analog detectors gives the system accurate and noise free information about the occurrence of smoke and temperature changes in the installation
- A large variety of units can be connected to the four loops:
Analog addressable detectors – also Intrinsically Safe detectors
Conventional detectors (via I/O units)
Addressable manual call points
Addressable short circuit isolators
Addressable input and output units – supervised outputs
Addressable sounders, sirens and beacons