NEW; EN54 Part 28 Approved Signaline FT-EN Linear Heat Detectors

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This was posted over a year ago, on 22 Jan 2020.

LGM is delighted to announce the arrival of Signaline FT-EN. Our first EN54 part 28 approved range of linear heat detectors.

EN54 part 28:2016 is the new European standard for non-resettable line type heat detection and Signaline FT-EN is delighted to achieve this market leading standard.

Approved by UL EU, the Signaline FT-EN range is a new range of fixed temperature (digital) linear heat detectors. Based on are best selling Signaline FT cables the new range will include two alarm temperatures cables; 78˚C and 88˚C.

However, the approval is not the only thing that is new for the Signaline FT-EN range! Far from it! Signaline FT-EN cables incorporates a UV stable and chemical resistant coating into the construction of the cable meaning they can be used in even the harshest of environments.

Furthermore the cables also confirm to the ROHS compliant and low smoke zero halogen.

Signaline FT-EN range also includes the new EN54 part 28 approved Signaline LocatorPlus-EN. This digital linear heat detection control monitors two zones of Signaline FT-EN with up to 1000m per zone.

The Signaline LocatorPLus-EN comes in a IP65 rated enclosure allowing for field mounting and as well as fire and fault outputs it can also be connected directly to building management systems via the MODBUS connection.

In an alarm condition the LocatorPlus will give LED indication to the alarm zone and the backlit LCD display will also show the alarm location.

To complete the installation the EN54 part 28 approval also includes the Signaline FT-EOL-EN. This end of line box can terminate two zones of cable and provides alarm and fault test switches to ensure your installation is fully operational.

Signaline FT-EN furthers the Signaline family, that already includes Signaline FT and Signaline HD linear heat detectors, and ensures that we continued to provide approved solutions around the globe.

This news story was posted on 22 Jan 2020.

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