The MCP integrates with OSLoop and OS2 Shevtec Controller systems for smoke shaft, corridor AOV and escape/fire-fighting stair and lobby applications.
It provides both open and close/reset activation of AOVs in addition to system monitoring and indication to meet the requirements of prEN12101-9. The MCP is available in both surface mounted and recessed applications.
The Tamperproof MCP integrates with OSLoop and OS2 Shevtec Controller systems for smoke shaft, corridor AOV and escape/fire-fighting stair and lobby applications.
For installations that may be subject to increased nuisance operation or damage it only provides close/reset activation of smoke ventilators as there is no requirement to manually open a smoke vent in a communal escape corridor. A manual Fireman’s override is however optional via a secure key.
The MCP provides monitoring and indication to meet the requirements of prEN12101-9.
The smoke detector head and base is a certified, optical detector for use as a smoke detection system within common escape areas within a high-rise residential applications. It is used in conjunction with the OSLoop and SHEVTEC OS2 controls systems to provide a stand-alone, compliant smoke detection and ventilation system and gives a failsafe signal to the controls system if the head is removed or activated.
The Repeater Panel has been designed to provide system status information for each vent within a smoke ventilation system. The repeater panel would typically be located near the fire service access entrance of the building to provide system indication. Whilst this product is not required under Approved Document B, SE Controls can include this product within the specification to provide system status information in the event of a fire or for system maintenance.
The pressure sensor is required for mechanical smoke extraction systems within high-rise residential applications to ensure the pressure across the escape stair door from the corridor remains below 200N.
In conjunction with the variable speed fan control panel, the fan speed is modulated to control the pressure. The door resistance can increase above 200N in ‘fire-fighting’ or ‘boost’ modes when it is safe to do so.
It is also used to monitor the pressure within the escape stairs if the staircase is utilised as a mechanical pressurisation system.
Fireman's Boost Switch
The Fireman’s boost switch is utilised as part of a mechanical smoke extraction system to provide increased extraction rates as required by the fire-fighting personnel. It has a secure key activation to prevent operation by unauthorised personnel.