Sinteso Move detectors – extending and modernizing existing systems with multi-sensor detectors

Multiple protocol-ready Sinteso Move multi-sensor detector

Sinteso™ Move detectors are multi-protocol, multi-sensor detectors. This means that they can be integrated into the Sinteso FDnet and also communicate with existing panels from other fire detection systems from Siemens. Existing detectors can be replaced individually or section by section with state-of-the-art Sinteso Move detectors – without the need for construction measures. Sinteso Move is ideal for extending existing systems or preparing for the future with the latest fire detection technology during modernizations or maintenance.

As multi-sensor detectors, Sinteso Move detectors have two optical and two thermal sensors. Thanks to their redundant sensors, a patented dust-resistant measuring chamber as well as high EMC protection, fire detection and analysis is even more reliable. After a modernization, the multi-sensor technology and ASAtechnology™ of the detectors can be activated as required.


Highlights of Sinteso Move multi-sensor detectors:

  • High detection reliability thanks to multiple criteria fire detectors

  • High availability due to redundant sensors

  • Protection against false alarms thanks to ASAtechnology in conjunction with Sinteso control panels

  • High environmental friendliness through usage of environmentally friendly material

  • Prolonged life cycle thanks to a smart detector revision offering under the same conditions


Product,
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Relevant base adapter,
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Extension / modernization for

Availability of ASAtechnology

FDOOT241-A3

FDB241

AlgoRex AnalogPLUS lines

In combination with the Sinteso control panels

FDOOT241-A4

FDB241

SIGMALOOP lines

In combination with the Sinteso control panels

FDOOT241-A5

FDB251

AlgoRex Interactive lines

In combination with the Sinteso control panels

FDOOT241-A9

FDB299

Collective lines

Immediately after detector implementation

FDOOT241-8

FDB281

MS8/PMT lines

Immediately after detector implementation