The battery-powered detector has a built-in local warning siren combined with a transparent LED indicator.
The alarm information can also be transferred via a wireless connection to the JABLOTRON 100 system.
The JA-63S–100 detector combines an optical smoke sensor with a heat sensor. Both sensors have their outgoing signals processed digitally, resulting in higher false alarm immunity. The optical sensor works using a light diffusion principle and is very sensitive to the presence of large-sized particles which are characteristic of dense smokes. By contrast, the sensor is less sensitive to small-sized particles which are typical of cleanly burning fires. In particular, the smoke sensor is not capable of detecting the by-products of cleanly-burning fluids such as alcohols, for instance. This deficiency is compensated for by the built-in heat sensor. This sensor provides a slower reaction when compared to the smoke sensor, but is much better at reacting to fires with rapidly rising heat producing only a little smoke. Smoke/heat sensor participation is configurable by DIP switches.
|Voltage||1x AA 1.5 V alkaline battery|
|Battery lifetime typically||2 years|
|Communication frequency||868,1 MHz, JABLOTRON protocol|
|Wireless communication range||100m (in open space)|
|Smoke detection||optical, light dispersion|
|Smoke sensor sensitivity||m = 0.11 - 0.13 dB/m pursuant to EN 14 604|
|Temperature detection||class A2 pursuant to EN 54-5|
|Fire-alarm temperature||+60 °C to +70 °C|
|Acoustic power of the built-in siren||min. 85 dB/3m A|
|Operational temperature range||-10 to +70 °C|
|Dimensions||diameter 126 mm, height 65 mm|
|Complies with||EN 14 604, A2 EN 54-5, EN 50130-4, EN 55022, ETSI EN 300220, EN 60950-1|