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ProReact EN Analogue Linear Heat Detection

EN54-22 approved resettable line type heat detector
  • EN54, VdS, UL and CNBOP approved linear heat detection system
  • CE and UKCA certified for European markets
  • Multiple outer coatings available to suit different applications
  • Maximum cable zone length per system of 500 metres
  • Compatible with Thermocable’s range of ProReact Accessories

Frequently asked questions about ProReact EN Analogue Linear Heat Detection

What is the minimum and maximum cable lengths per system?

Up to 500 metres of Thermocable’s ProReact EN Analogue sensor cable can be connected to a ProReact EN Analogue Composite Control (PACC) unit.
For nearly all installations, the mandatory minimum zone length is 30 metres. However, the minimum zone length is increased to 50 metres for the Class AI1 / AI2 alarm setting.

What lengths of ProReact EN Analogue sensor cable are available?

All ProReact EN Analogue sensor cable is manufactured on-site at Thermocable’s factory in Bradford, West Yorkshire. The standard reel lengths available are 100 metres, 250 metres and 500 metres. Non-standard reels can be supplied at a surcharge if required.

How do I access the software required to commission a ProReact EN Analogue Composite Control (PACC) unit via a laptop connection?

Please contact us directly for a copy of the software.

How far apart should the ProReact EN Analogue sensor cable be supported?

Thermocable recommends that the cable is fixed in place using a clip every 0.5 metres – 1 metre (ideally 0.5 metres to avoid any sagging).

Can a ProReact EN Analogue LHD system be used in a hazardous area?

Yes, with the use of intrinsically safe barriers. Please refer to the hazardous area installation guide for more information.

Is the installation manual and/or data sheet available in a different language?

The installation manual and data sheet are available in English, German, Polish and French. Further languages may be available on request.

How do I test a ProReact EN Analogue LHD system?

Both the ProReact EN Analogue sensor cable and the ProReact EN Analogue Composite Control (PACC) unit can be tested independently. Please refer to the installation manual and the sensor cable testing instruction manual for more information.

Does the ProReact EN Analogue LHD system have a rate-of-rise alarm?

Yes. For Class A1I / A2I, 54⁰C and 64⁰C alarm settings, the rate-of-rise alarm is activated when 2 to 5% of the sensor cable is heated at more than 15⁰C per minute for more than 3 minutes.

How many cores does the ProReact EN Analogue sensor cable have?

ProReact EN Analogue sensor cable is comprised of four inner core wires.

Can I extend or replace sections of an existing zone of ProReact EN Analogue sensor cable?

Yes this is possible, but some considerations must be made. Please contact us for any queries on extending a zone or replacing a section of ProReact EN Analogue sensor cable within an existing zone.

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ProReact EN Analogue VdS Certificate ProReact EN Analogue Linear Heat Detection

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