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282B-PL - 

HEAT DETECTOR

282B-PL - HEAT DETECTOR
282B-PL - HEAT DETECTOR

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Manufacturer Part No:
282B-PL
Newark Part No.:
41B8418
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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65.6°C
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Product Overview

The 282B-PL is a rate-of-rise and fixed temperature Heat Detector with a white plastic reversible mounting plate. The plastic plate can be used for either flush or surface mounting. It includes a white skirt which covers the space between detector base and the mounting surface. Rate-of-rise temperature increase at the sensor of 9°C or more per minute activates the rate-of-rise feature. This closes the contacts in the sensor to transmit the alarm condition to the fire alarm control panel. When the rate-of-rise element alone has been activated, the sensor is self-restoring. Fixed temperature, if the temperature of the center disk rises to the sensor's rated temperature, the fixed temperature element activates. This closes contacts in the sensor and transmits an alarm condition to the fire alarm control panel. The fixed temperature element is non-restorable and when activated, the detector must be replaced.
  • UL listed for 50ft spacing
  • Single pole, normally open contact
  • Low profile with mounting plate
  • Pure white finish
  • Mounting flexibility with screw terminals
  • Easy twist-on installation
  • On-site testing of rate-of-rise feature
  • Positive operating indication for fixed temperature element

Applications

Industrial

Warnings

Use for property protection only.

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