Simplex 4098-5202 Photo Sensor W/ MX Technology

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TrueAlarm analog sensing provides:
Digital transmission of analog sensor values via IDNet or
MAPNET II two-wire communications
For use with the following Simplex
4007ES, 4010, 4010ES, 4100ES,
and 4100U Series control

Digital Communication of Analog Sensing.TrueAlarm analog sensors provide an analog measurement that is digitally communicated to the host control panel using Simplex addressable communications. At the control panel, the data is analyzed and an average value is determined and stored. An alarm or other abnormal condition is determined by comparing the sensor’s present value against its average value and time. Intelligent Data Evaluation Monitoring each sensor’s
average value provides a continuously shifting reference point. This software filtering process compensates for environmental factors (dust, dirt, etc.) and component
aging, providing an accurate reference for evaluating new activity. With this filtering, there is a significant reduction in the probability of false or nuisance alarms caused by shifts in sensitivity, either up or down.  Control Panel Selection Peak activity per sensor is stored to assist in evaluating specific locations. The alarm set point for each TrueAlarm sensor is determined at the host control panel, selectable as more or less sensitive as the individual application requires. Timed/Multi-Stage Selection.Sensor alarm set points can be programmed for timed automatic sensitivity selection (such as more sensitive at night, less sensitive during day). Control panel programming can also provide multi-stage operation per sensor. For example, a 0.2% level may cause a warning to prompt investigation while a
2.5% level may initiate an alarm.Sensor Alarm and Trouble LED Indication Each
sensor base’s LED pulses to indicate communications with the panel. If the control panel determines that a sensor is in alarm, or that it is dirty or has some other type
of trouble, the details are annunciated at the control panel and that sensor base’s LED will be turned on steadily. During a system alarm, the control panel will control the LEDs such that an LED indicating a trouble will return to pulsing to help identify the alarmed sensors.