Numens is pleased to announce the release of our new 641 addressable audio/visual alarm devices. These multi-tonal alarms are compatible with Numens 2-wire addressable fire detection and alarm systems. Four distinct alarm tones can be selected during installation.
641 alarm devices are loop-powered. Activation is initiated either by a dedicated initiation message from the control and indicating equipment, or optionally when the control and indicating equipment enters the Alarm Condition. Up to 32 devices can be connected to each alarm zone loop. Weatherproof models are included in the range.
Designed for compliance with EN 54-3 and EN 54-23 Standards, the 641 range of addressable audio/visual alarm devices provide fire detection and alarm system designers with a premium product for life safety applications.
Numens is pleased to announce the release of a new relay output module that wirelessly connects to residential detectors and alarm devices. The modules provide an extended alarm output function to external ancillary equipment.
The output is provided by a low-power magnetic latching relay. The module includes a hush and test function. Indicators display alarm and fault conditions.
Designed for compliance with EN 54-18 Standard, the 220 range of wireless relay output modules provide residential occupants with an economical way to activate ancillary equipment in response to an alarm condition.
Numens is pleased to announce the release of 408 non‑addressable photoelectric smoke detectors. The state-of-the-art detectors are suitable for direct connection to equipment via a voltage-free relay. The relay operates when an Alarm signal is released by the detector.
An audible sounder is activated when the detector releases an Alarm signal.
Connection to control and indicating equipment is not required.
Advanced electronics in conjunction with a photoelectric smoke sensing chamber provide early detection of fire and high immunity against unwanted alarms.
Designed for compliance with EN 54-7 standard, the 408 non‑addressable detector range provides fire detection and alarm system designers with a convenient solution for property protection applications.
Numens is pleased to announce the release of the 206 gas alarms with spoken voice warning messages for residential applications. Propane gas (LPG) or natural gas is detected, depending on the model. Discrete indicators display Alarm, Fault and Power conditions. A digital display shows the current gas concentration level (%LEL) or ambient temperature.
Wi-Fi connection to a local access point is available for each gas type. An optional application can be installed to a smart phone to facilitate remote monitoring and control.
The gas alarms conveniently plug into an AC mains power socket, so installation is completed without the use of any tools.
The 206 AC plug-in gas alarm range provides home owners with an easy-to-install, intelligent solution for life safety and property protection applications.
Numens is pleased to announce the release of 660 addressable manual call point with built-in loop isolator. In the event of a short-circuit fault in the loop transmission path, an integral isolator ensures the normal operation of down-stream connected devices. A yellow LED indicates when the isolator is active.
A pressure-activated displacement element provides a safe and convenient way for building occupants to manually initiate a fire alarm condition.
An integral alarm indicator that illuminates when the manual call point has been activated. The indicator can also be configured to flash when polled by the fire detection control and indicating equipment.
Resetting the manual call point is achieved by inserting a key through the underside of the unit to replace the operating face to the quiescent position.
Up to 125 devices can be connected to each alarm zone loop using the addressable loop communications protocol.
The 660 manual call point range provides fire detection and alarm system designers with a Standards-compliant, premium product for life safety and property protection applications.
205 DC smoke alarms are powered by a long-life lithium-ion battery and do not require a mains supply. Models with either user-replaceable and non-replaceable batteries are available.
Interconnectable 205 DC smoke alarms use a wireless transmission path. Configuration into a closed group ensures that other units within radio signal range are not affected by a test or fire alarm occurring within the configured group.
The 205 DC smoke alarm is suitable for general residential applications, and provides home owners and installers with an easy-to-install, long-life solution for life safety and property protection applications.
Numens is pleased to announce the release of a new range of non-addressable control and indicating equipment. The 4004 CIE is available with 2-, 4-, 8-, or 16‑zones and supports up to 32 Numens non-addressable devices per detection zone. The 4004 includes both individual detection zone indicators and an LCD to provide additional detection zone location information and alarm and fault information.
The 4004 CIE includes two alarm zone outputs for audio/visual alarm devices. Ancillary outputs are provided for external Alarm and Fault indications. Inputs are available to start/stop evacuation signals and to enable a remote reset of the CIE.
The 4004 CIE is available in a robust powder-coated steel enclosure, available in red or white.
Numens is pleased to announce the release of our new 407 non-addressable reflective beam line-type smoke detector.
The transceiver component includes four selectable detection ranges, providing smoke detection over distances from 8 m to 100 m. Three sensitivity settings can be used to compensate for differences in installed environments. An integral laser is used to accurately align the beam transmitter with the reflector.
Designed for compliance with EN 54-12, the 407 non-addressable reflective beam line-type smoke detectors provide fire detection and alarm system designers with a Standards-compliant, economical smoke detector for high spaces and areas with complex ceilings where point‑type smoke detectors may not be suitable due to environmental conditions.