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Vigilant MX4428 Fire Alarm System

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Detail Vigilant MX4428 Fire Alarm System

Vigilant MX4428 Fire Alarm System Features & Options • MX VIRTUAL multi-sensor analogue addressable detectors • SMARTSENSE detection algorithms with MX FASTLOGIC option • Heat-enhanced photoelectric smoke and CO fire detectors • Heat detectors programmable as rate-of-rise or fixed temperature • Also compatible with Multi- Protocol Responder ( MPR) and Series 130 detectors and modules • Supports “ Filtrex” and high sensitivity laser smoke detectors • Compatible with wide range of collective ( conventional) detectors including IS types • Complies with AS 4428.1 and NZS 4512 • LCD Firefighter Facility ( FF) and optional zone LEDs • LCD zone description text with optional LCD point text • Event logging to internal history file and printer • Printer logging includes zone text and optional point text • Remote repeater panels, colour graphics displays • “ Tandem” mode for dial-in control panel access • High level EWIS, BMS interface • Multi-panel networking available • Programmable outputs for Warning System, External Bells and Ancillary Control • Flow switch monitoring and remote testing • AS 1668 air-handling smoke detection and control • Powerful, field-programmable logic equations and timers • Built-in clock/ calendar with automatic daylight saving adjustment • Comprehensive test facilities • Automatic system self-tests • Automatic battery connection and capacity tests • Integral charger ( 2.5A, 6A, 12A) • 19” rack format cabinets MX Detection Technology MX VIRTUAL multi-sensor analogue addressable detectors utilise dual sensors ( photoelectric and heat, or CO and heat) to allow the best detection mode for a situation to be selected without having to physically change detectors. Detection modes may include: • Smoke/ CO detection only • Heat-enhanced smoke/ CO detection only • Smoke/ CO plus heat detection • Heat-enhanced smoke/ CO plus heat detection • Heat detection only Heat detection can be fixed temperature, or also include rate-of-rise. For specific applications, ionisation smoke and heat-only detectors are also available. SMARTSENSE or MX FASTLOGIC detection algorithms can be programmed for each detector to allow the detection capabilities of the system to be further optimised. Up to 200 MX devices ( detectors and addressable input/ output modules) may be connected to the MX detection loop, which terminates at an MX Protocol ( MXP) responder. The MX DIGITAL communications protocol used on this loop is designed to provide high reliability and fault resistance, with operation possible over many cable types. This often permits system upgrades using existing cable. The loop configuration ensures that communications continues in the event of a loop open circuit fault condition. Short circuit isolator detector bases may be fitted to divide the loop into segments, so that a loop short circuit fault will only affect devices in the same loop segment as the fault. A wide variety of addressable modules and detector bases enable devices such as manual call points, clean contact inputs and outputs, and collective ( conventional) detector circuits to be connected to the loop. Fire Alarm Systems The Vigilant MX4428 is an intelligent fire alarm system, incorporating Tyco MX TECHNOLOGY to provide advanced, analogue addressable fire detection. It features support for MX VIRTUAL multi-sensor analogue addressable detectors, the MX DIGITAL protocol for communications with analogue loop devices, distributed “ responder loop” architecture and powerful programmability. Features & Options • MX VIRTUAL multi-sensor analogue addressable detectors • SMARTSENSE detection algorithms with MX FASTLOGIC option • Heat-enhanced photoelectric smoke and CO fire detectors • Heat detectors programmable as rate-of-rise or fixed temperature • Also compatible with Multi- Protocol Responder ( MPR) and Series 130 detectors and modules • Supports “ Filtrex” and high sensitivity laser smoke detectors • Compatible with wide range of collective ( conventional) detectors including IS types • Complies with AS 4428.1 and NZS 4512 • LCD Firefighter Facility ( FF) and optional zone LEDs • LCD zone description text with optional LCD point text • Event logging to internal history file and printer • Printer logging includes zone text and optional point text • Remote repeater panels, colour graphics displays • “ Tandem” mode for dial-in control panel access • High level EWIS, BMS interface • Multi-panel networking available • Programmable outputs for Warning System, External Bells and Ancillary Control • Flow switch monitoring and remote testing • AS 1668 air-handling smoke detection and control • Powerful, field-programmable logic equations and timers • Built-in clock/ calendar with automatic daylight saving adjustment • Comprehensive test facilities • Automatic system self-tests • Automatic battery connection and capacity tests • Integral charger ( 2.5A, 6A, 12A) • 19” rack format cabinets MX Detection Technology MX VIRTUAL multi-sensor analogue addressable detectors utilise dual sensors ( photoelectric and heat, or CO and heat) to allow the best detection mode for a situation to be selected without having to physically change detectors. Detection modes may include: • Smoke/ CO detection only • Heat-enhanced smoke/ CO detection only • Smoke/ CO plus heat detection • Heat-enhanced smoke/ CO plus heat detection • Heat detection only Heat detection can be fixed temperature, or also include rate-of-rise. For specific applications, ionisation smoke and heat-only detectors are also available. SMARTSENSE or MX FASTLOGIC detection algorithms can be programmed for each detector to allow the detection capabilities of the system to be further optimised. Up to 200 MX devices ( detectors and addressable input/ output modules) may be connected to the MX detection loop, which terminates at an MX Protocol ( MXP) responder. The MX DIGITAL communications protocol used on this loop is designed to provide high reliability and fault resistance, with operation possible over many cable types. This often permits system upgrades using existing cable. The loop configuration ensures that communications continues in the event of a loop open circuit fault condition. Short circuit isolator detector bases may be fitted to divide the loop into segments, so that a loop short circuit fault will only affect devices in the same loop segment as the fault. A wide variety of addressable modules and detector bases enable devices such as manual call points, clean contact inputs and outputs, and collective ( conventional) detector circuits to be connected to the loop. Fire Alarm Systems
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