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Application
Typical Wiring
The strobe must be connected to signal circuits which output a constant (not pulsed) voltage. The horn can be connected to continuous
voltage circuits.
NOTE: The installation of visible and audible signals are subject to
national and local standards, codes, and ordinances.
Consult your Authority Having Jurisdiction for device installation
requirements, application standards, and minimum performance
specifications.
Horns
During installation, the horn is configured for steady or temporal
tone signal and either low (94 dBA) or high (98 dBA) output. When
temporal output is selected all horns on a common two-wire circuit
are self-synchronized (see specifications). External control modules
are not required for audible synchronization.
Suggested sound pressure level for each signaling zone used with
alert or alarm signals is at least 15dB above the average ambient sound level, or 5dB above the maximum sound level having a
duration of at least 60 seconds, whichever is greater, measured 5’
(1.5m) above the floor. The average ambient sound level is the RMS,
A-weighted sound pressure measured over a 24-hour period.
Doubling the distance from the signal to the ear will theoretically result in
a 6 dB reduction of the received sound pressure level. The actual effect
depends on the acoustic properties of materials in the space. A 3 dBA
represents
a barely
noticeable
change in15
volume.
15 cd (-5A) difference
Series Strobes
15/75
cd (-7A)
Series Strobes
30
cd
cd (-5A)
(-3A) Series
Series Strobes
Strobes
Light Output Patterns
15/75
75 cdcd(-4A)
(-7A)Series
SeriesStrobes
Strobes
110
30 cd
cd(-3A)
(-8A)Series
SeriesStrobes
Strobes
75 cd (-4A) Series Strobes
Horizontal Output
Horizontal Output
Horizontal
Horizontal Output
Output
Horizontal
Horizontal Output
Output
Horizontal
Horizontal Output
Output
Horizontal Output
degrees
degrees
ddeeggrreeeess
ddeeggrreeeess
ddeeggrreeeess
-30
-45
-60
0
-15
15
30
45
60
-30
-45
-60
75
75
90
0
30 20 10 cd 10 20 30
-75
-90
100
Vertical Output
30
-90-75
30 90 75 60
Average
UL min
-90-75
100
50
-60
-45
-30
-15
0
cd
30
30
45
45
60
60
75
75
-75
-75
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90
-90
-90
20 cd 10
40 10
20 20
60
40 30
60 20
30
30
60
10
20
-60
-60
-45
-45
-30
-30
-15
-15
cd
cd
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20
40
UL min
Average
Average
-15
-15
-30
-30
-45
-45
-60
-60
15
15
30
30
45
45
60
60
Vertical
Vertical Output
Output
-90
140 -75
100
UL
UL min
min
Strobes
GE Security strobes are UL 1971-listed for use indoors as wall-mounted
public-mode notification appliances for the hearing impaired. Prevailing codes require strobes to be used where ambient noise conditions
exceed specified levels, where occupants use hearing protection,
and in areas of public accommodation. Consult with your Authority
Having Jurisdiction for details.
2452 Series strobes exceed UL synchronization requirements (within
10 milliseconds other over a two-hour period) when used with a
synchronization source. Synchronization is important in order to
avoid epileptic sensitivity.
NOTE: The flash intensity of some visible signals may not be adequate
to alert or waken occupants in the protected area. Research indicates
that the intensity of strobe needed to awaken 90% of sleeping persons is
approximately 100 cd. GE Security recommends that strobes in sleeping
rooms be rated at at least 110 cd.
WARNING: These devices will not operate without electrical power. As fires
frequently cause power interruptions, further safeguards such as backup
power supplies may be required.
100
50
60
-60
-45
-30
-15
cd
cd
0
60
50
100
15
30
45
60
140
100
90 75
Average
Average
00
degrees
15
15
30
30
45
45
60
60
75
75
-75
-75
90
90
-90
-90
200
20 cd 2010040 200
60
60 40100
75
75
-75
-75
90
-90
90
-90
100 140
140
cd 6050
100 1005060 cd
100
Vertical
Vertical Output
Output
-90
-90-75
-75
15
15
15
10
20
50 Sound Output
Typical
Distribution
30
30
30
20
40
dBA measured at 1045ft in anechoic chamber
45
45
60
60
60
Temporal
60 90
100 90 75 Horn (‘HIGH’ output) 30
75
90 75
Average
-15 00
-15
-30
-30
-45
-45
-60
-60
-30
-45
-60
00
50
20
15
15
30
30
45
45
60
60
100
40
150
60 90
75
9075
UL
UL min
min
Average
Average
100
90°
60
Vfwr: Volts full wave rectified
Current Draw Notes and Comments
-60
-45
-30
-15
cd
0
60
15
30
45
100
140
UL
UL min
min
90 75
Average
-90°
UL
Rating
16 Vdc
90°
16 Vfwr
30
45
60
Vertical Output
-90-75
140
Strobe Operating Current (RMS)
90°
Horizontal
15
75
9
-90
-90°
140 100 60 cd 60 100 140
Vertical
-90°
Vdc: Volts direct current, regulated and
filtered
0
Vertical
-90°-75
Vertical
Vertical Output
Output
90°
-90
-90-75
-75
150
-60
-60Horizontal
60
-45
-45
40
100
-30
-30
-15
-15
20
50
cd
cd
-15
15/75 cd
110 cd
150
210
329
420
1. Current values are shown in mA.
2. UL Nameplate Rating can vary from
Typical
15/75 cd
110 cd
Typical Current due to measurement Current
methods and instruments used.
24 Vdc
90
180
3. GE Security recommends using the
24
Vfwr
128
260
Typical Current for system design
including NAC and Power Supply loading and voltage drop calculations.
4. Use the 16 Vdc RMS current ratings for filtered power supply and battery AH calculations. Use the 16 Vfwr RMS current ratings for unfiltered power supply calculations.
5. Fuses, circuit breakers and other overcurrent protection devices are typically rated
for current in RMS values. Most of these devices operate based upon the heating
affect of the current flowing through the device. The RMS current determines the
heating affect and therefore, the trip and hold threshold for those devices.
Data Sheet FX85001-0341 Issue 6
Not to be used for installation purposes. Page of 4
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