Uses for the D298M over a D298S or D278S popited base? D278S 12 volt popit base. D298S 24 volt popit base. The D298M is a 24 volt popit base that provides connections for up to 19 supervised circuits two-wire slave detectors (D287 2-Wire Base with D285 Smoke Head or D285TH Smoke Head with 135 degree heat sensor) reporting to the master address. The D298M is used over the D298S to conserve popit addresses on a large system.
The FAA-325-B6S is to be used with the FAP-325, FAI-325 and FAH-325 model sensors only. The FAA-325-B6S provides an audible alarm in the immediate vicinity. Typical applications are for use in hotels, apartments, and hospitals. It is compatible with the FPA-1000, FPA-1000-UL, and FPA-1000-V2.
The D305 does not have the ability to trip the control panel or smoke head into alarm. The D305 Test Plate only toggles the alarm LED and relays of the D332A, FAD-325-R and FAD-325-V2F-R. The only way to get the control panel to display an alarm or supervisory from the Analog Hochiki DUCT Detectors is by using UL Listed canned smoke (refer to the testing procedure below). Currently the only work-around is to connect a single point module (D334A, D339A, FLM-325-IM, FLM-325-I4, FLM-325-I4-A or FLM-325-I4-AI) to one of the alarm relays of the D332A, FAD-325-R or FAD-325-V2F-R. *Note: If the customer installed the D331A, FAD-325, or FAD-325- V2F we have no way of using the D305 to trip the panel into alarm. Option 2 - Replace the DUCT Housing (D331A, D332A, FAD-325, FAD-325-R, FAD-325- V2, or FAD-325- V2-R) and Test Plates (D305) with D341P Conventional DUCT Housing with Head, D344-RT Remote Test Plate, and D339A, D334A, FLM-325-IM, FLM-325-I4, FLM-325-I4-A or FLM-325-I4-AI Analog Single Point Monitor Module. The downside is that the customer will lose the ability to read the sensitivity of the DUCT through the control panel web-browser. Testing Procedure (D331A, D332A, FAD-325, FAD-325-R, FAD-325- V2, or FAD-325- V2-R) Install the detector housing. The green Pilot LED on the housing’s front lights. Remove the head. The Pilot LED goes out to indicate head supervision. Replace the head and reset the FACP. Test the detector’s operation. Light a piece of clothesline and place it approximately 3 in. (7.6 cm) from the head. Blow across the lighted area toward the detector head. The Alarm LED lights within 1 min and the two alarm relays energize shorting Terminal 8 to 9 and Terminal 11 to 12. Reset the housing. The detector momentarily resets and returns to the alarm condition. Perform this operation several times. After 5 min, the smoke in the detector head clears and the detector remains reset. Replace the cover.
What are the proper steps in cleaning a DS200HD smoke head?
Turn off all electrical power to the detector.
Depress the tab on the two sides of the detector adjacent to the LED, and pull the unit from its base.
Fill three (3) clean buckets each with 1-1/2 gallons normal tap water.
NOTE: De-ionized or distilled water is preferable in areas where hard water with large mineral content is prevalent.
Add one (1) teaspoon of dishwashing liquid (Ivory Dishwashing liquid only) to the first bucket and mix thoroughly, then place the dirty detector into the soapy water until it is completely submerged. Allow the unit to soak for approximately ten (10) minutes, then agitate to insure all dust and dirt is removed.
Remove the unit to the first clean water bucket, submerge detector and agitate for 5-10 seconds to remove all soap residue.
Finally, move unit to the second clean water bucket, and repeat the procedure in step #5. Remove from second bucket, then vigorously (not violently) shake unit to drain all water. Remove unit to dry area and allow to drain and dry by resting unit on its side. Allow unit to dry for a period of 72 hours before use.
Air Dry units only.
Do not use any hot air device or attempt to place unit in oven, as this will result in damage to the detector. Also wash and rinse water should be changed every 5-7 units to maximize the results.
Do Bosch addressable smokes and smoke bases support CleanMe functions?
Currently the only Bosch smoke detector that supports CleanMe functions is the F220 series smoke heads when used with a conventional two-wire (F220-B6) base only and a CleanMe enabled control panel such as the D7024, and FPD-7024 conventional zones.
Note: The D7050, D7050TH does have a Chamber Check feature that will report dirty smoke if the head needs cleaning when used on the D7024, FPD-7024, DS9400m, DS9400, DS9400i.