Detector Test Equipment
Stainless steel wells are 1/2-inch NPT and for use with pneumatic temperature sensors.
1126 well assemblies come in a variety of diameters and insertion lengths.
Detector test magnets are designed for use with 200 Series detectors.
RMS-GR break glass rods are intended for use with N-MPS and NFW-MPS Addressable Series manual stations.
D4PCVR covers are replacement covers for D4120 duct smoke detectors.
DCOIL remote test coils are required for older DNR(W) duct detector housings.
EXT steel exhaust tubes are intended for use with HVAC duct smoke detection and monitoring products.
FSL100 test lamps are rechargeable, handheld IR and UV radiation sources that are specifically designed to test Honeywell FSL100 series flame detectors. Their range is approximately 4 meters (13 ft).
Immersion well temperature sensors are five inch long stainless steel sensors that are intended for use with models C7021D2001, C7023D2001, and C7041D2001.
SD505-DTS-K remote test switches are designed for use with model SD505-DUCTR duct smoke detectors.
ST metal sampling tubes may be installed from the front or back of System Sensor® HVAC duct smoke detection and monitoring products. The tubes lock securely into place and can be removed by releasing the front or rear locking tab.
STS air sampling tubes are intended for use with duct detection devices.
TSE-A100 self-contained smoke generators are some of the most advanced units of their kind and are the result of extensive research and development. They are designed to make the job of testing detectors a simple and efficient operation.
MOD2W maintenance modules allow for communications to 2-wire i³™ Series detectors with any listed fire alarm control panel capable of utilizing this module.
i³™ Series sensitivity readers are battery-powered devices equipped with an infrared optical interface for automatically reading data sent by smoke detectors every 10 seconds.
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