Honeywell Home V-Plex Addressable Photoelectric Smoke Detectors are designed to provide open area protection and to be used with compatible UL or ULC-listed Honeywell Home control panels that support V-Plex technology. The detectors incorporate a state-of-the-art optical sensing chamber and an advanced microprocessor. Built-in Drift Compensation algorithms automatically maintain proper operation at factory calibrated detection levels, even when sensitivity is altered due to the presence of contaminates settling into the unit’s chamber.
Easy Installation: Installation is simplified by the use of a mounting base that may be pre-wired to the system, allowing the detector to be easily installed or removed for maintenance or service. (See Tamper-Resistant Feature/Wiring).
LED Status Indicators: Two LEDs (green and red) provide local visual indication of the detector’s status – including normal operation, alarm, out of sensitivity and trouble conditions.
Test button: This button allows the user to perform periodic testing of the detector’s circuitry and verify that the detector is within the sensitivity limits.
Versatile Mounting: Mounting is made simple with the included hardware and the large mounting ports, which accommodate drywall anchors for easy surface mounting. (See Tamper-Resistant Feature/Wiring).
Tamper Protection and Tamper Resistance: The detector contains a built-in tamper switch that can communicate back to the control panel in the event the detector is removed from its base. For an added level of security, the detector also includes a tamper resistant element that prevents removal from the base without the use of tools. (See Tamper-Resistant Feature/Wiring).
Name: Honeywell Home 5193SD V-Plex Addressable Smoke Detector, Resideo, Honeywell Home
Category: Honeywell Home, Fire, Fire Detection Devices, Smoke Detectors
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