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Nittan releases new photoelectric smoke sensors with integral sounder

Published on 27 May 2011
The new Nittan smoke sensor with built-in sensor provides reliable smoke detection
Nittan UK introduces new smoke sensor range with built-in sensor

Nittan (UK) Ltd., a leading UK manufacturer of conventional and addressable fire detection products, has launched a new analogue addressable photoelectric smoke sensor with built-in sounder.

Unlike other smoke sensors on the market which require a separate sounder base to be installed which adds to the cost of the installation and takes longer to fit, the Evolution EV-PS optical smoke sensor comes with the sounder fully integrated within the sensor itself.  Extremely competitively priced, the EV-PS allows for quick and simple installation, saving both time and money.

But it’s not only the installer that benefits from the new EV-PS, as integrating the sounder in the unit makes for a more aesthetically pleasing appearance, with a lower profile for an unobtrusive appearance.

Even with its compact size, the EV-PS still incorporates the latest sophisticated alarm technology for exceptional reliability and performance, including ASIC design, EEPROM addressable capability, low monitoring current and a chemically etched stainless steel insect screen to reduce ingress of insects and airborne contaminants. 

For ease of use, the EV-PS features Nittan’s OMNIVIEW 360 degree LED fire alarm indicator, permitting clear and visible indication of the sensor's operation from any angle, and a remote indicator output.

The EV-PS is compatible with Nittan UB-4-EV and EV-PSBCN bases.


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