CLI – CONTROLLER FOR BEAM DETECTOR ILIA LINE
CONTROLLER for programming, managing, monitoring, calibrating, and performing remote tests for Linear Detectors of the ILIA line.
The UTA INSTRUMENT CALIBRATION
Coming with the Ardea line models S / 2 and SF (including DUST and EEX,edIP65 versions), the Boomerang line detectors, models S and SF, ECO and MB3S, as detector calibration instrument. The instrument is known as the UTA. Its purpose is to inform the operator of the sum of the “disturbances” consisting of air turbulence, air movements from temperature differences, electrical, radio and optical disturbance and interference and mechanical vibration caused to the receiver as a result of changes in the supervised environment. Knowing the amounts of these disturbances enables the installer to set smoke and fire sensitivity levels that are immune to transient changes that could otherwise cause false alarms. The instrument has a display showing the reference values which is used following the procedures to enter the best sensitivity settings for the environment in which the detector will have to work.
A simplified instrument for analysing environmental disturbances using an external multimeter called the ADM. This is made as an economical alternative to the UTA and is an instrument always needed for the calibration of the ARDEA detectors S / 2, ARDEA SF (including on DUST, EEX, and IP65 versions), the BOOMERANG S and SF, the four ECO models and the MB3S. The detector model G100 can be calibrated with a simple multimeter and with no other dedicated instruments needed
Alarm simulation equipment and remote checking from different points. This check and control device comes with the Ardea models S / 2 and SF and DUST versions. The instrument is known as the SAC. Its purpose is to permit alignment checks and correct calibration of the smoke and fire signals.
A transparent PVC test filter divided into three sections that are printed to provide progressive obscuring of the detector beam (of any SETRONIC model) to simulate and then check the alarm and fault conditions and, in the case of the new models, also correct signal calibration.