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Thermal contact sensor DTC

Thermal contact sensor DTC
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Fire Heat Detectors SP 114-1 A3 (C) / DTC designed to generate an electrical signal when the temperature of the environment above the setpoint. Principle of the sensor is not based on the use of ionizing radiation, the product does not contain radioactive sources.
The detector is designed to work in conjunction with devices of fire detection and suppression of common purpose, and as part of the technical means CCC 'SPAS-SM' for sea and river vessels, fire alarm UPS-TPN for railway traction rolling stock, freight and passenger cars; as a sensor composed of explosion-proof fire detector IP102-2x2 and used independently as a temperature switch.
Variants differ in temperature detector response:
  • Version 1: activation temperature of 70 ° C (± 6 ° C), class A3;
  • version 2: the set temperature of 90 ° C (± 6 ° C), class C;
* The detector is explosion-proof 'B' Ex 2ExemIIT6 X.
 
Fire Heat Detectors SP 114-1 A3 (C) / DTC is available in several versions:
Execution of Temperature of the actuating Having a built-alarm Type of output Designation of design documentation
DTK 1.02 70 ° C. no NC contacts MEKYU.425214.006-03-MEKYU.425214.006 1.02-1.02-03-B
DTK 2.02 90 ° C. no NC contacts MEKYU.425214.006-03-MEKYU.425214.006 2.02-2.02-03-B
DTK 1.13 70 ° C. yes Electric current MEKYU.425214.006-03-1.13-M EKYU.425214.006-03 1.13 B (MEKYU.425214.006-03-1.13PT) (MEKYU.425214.006-03-B-1.13PT)
DTK 2.13 90 'C yes Electric current MEKYU.425214.006-03-MEKYU.425214.006-2.13 2.13 03-B (03-MEKYU.425214.006-2.13PT) (MEKYU.425214.006 ^)-3-2.1ZPT V)
DTK 1.04 70 ° C. no HP contacts MEKYU.425214.006-03-MEKYU.425214.006 1.04-1.04-03-B
DTK 2.04 90 ° C. no HP contacts MEKYU.425214.006-03-MEKYU.425214.006 2.04-2.04-03-B

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