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SWIFT® WSK-HEAT Heat Detector

SWIFT® WSK-HEAT detectors are wireless, addressable detectors that provide secure, reliable communication to the fire alarm control panel (FACP) across a Class A mesh network.

SWIFT® WSK-HEAT detectors are wireless, addressable detectors that provide secure, reliable communication to the fire alarm control panel (FACP) across a Class A mesh network. The wireless detectors create an opportunity for when traditional wired device applications are costly or obtrusive, such as surface-mount conduit, or possibly dangerous, such as asbestos. In addition, both wired and wireless devices can be present on the same FACP to provide an integrated wired/wireless solution for increased installation potential. WSK-HEAT detectors utilize sensors designed for open area protection with 50 ft spacing capability as approved by UL 521. All sensors offer addressable code wheels and two LEDs. The LEDs are controlled by the panels. Operation modes include red, green, and amber colors with various solid or blink patterns. The mesh network within the SWIFT system creates a child-parent relationship between the devices so that each device has two parents providing a second path for communications on every device. If one device can no longer operate for any reason, the rest of the devices can still communicate with each other directly or through one or more intermediate devices. The SWIFT system also engages frequency hopping to prevent intentional or accidental system interference. The devices communicate across the mesh network through a gateway to the FACP. The FACP views the SWIFT wireless device and another addressable device on the system providing similar detection functions and outputs as a wired counterpart. A SWIFT wireless system can use any combination of modules, smoke and heat detectors, pullstations, and A/V bases.

Features & Benefits:
  • Addressable code wheels
  • Commercial applications
  • Frequency hopping
  • Bi-directional communications
  • Includes a B501W base
  • Requires four Panasonic CR123A or four Duracell DL123A batteries, included
  • SK protocol only - SWIFT does not work with SD Protocol
  • Can also be combined with hardwired devices
  • Recommended that the W-USB transceiver with SWIFT tools be used to make the site survey, installation, and diagnostics easier to complete and interpret
Certifications:
  • Part 15 of the FCC Rules
  • UL Listed: S6173 & S6228
  • UL Standards: 864, 268
  • CSFM: 7254-0559:0509, 7272-0559:0506
  • FM Approved
  • FCC ID: AUBWFSSD
  • NFPA 72 Fire Alarm System Requirements

Others

  • Fixed Temperature Setpoint
    • 135 degree Fahrenheit
  • Rate-of-Rise Temperature
    • 8.3
    • 15
  • Minimum Operating Ambient Temperature
    • 0 degree Celsius
    • 32 degree Fahrenheit
  • Maximum Operating Humidity
    • 93 Percentage
  • Minimum Operating Humidity
    • 10 Percentage

Others

  • Fixed Temperature Setpoint
    • 135 degree Fahrenheit
  • Rate-of-Rise Temperature
    • 8.3
    • 15
  • Minimum Operating Ambient Temperature
    • 0 degree Celsius
    • 32 degree Fahrenheit
  • Maximum Operating Humidity
    • 93 Percentage
  • Minimum Operating Humidity
    • 10 Percentage
  • Fixed Temperature Setpoint : 135 degree Fahrenheit
  • Rate-of-Rise Temperature : 8.3|15
  • Minimum Operating Ambient Temperature : 0 degree Celsius|32 degree Fahrenheit
  • Maximum Operating Humidity : 93 Percentage
  • Minimum Operating Humidity : 10 Percentage