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AS2363 2000 Series Loop Sounder

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AS2363 2000 Series Loop Sounder
ZAR2,441.75

AS2363 2000 Series Addressable Loop Powered Sounder


The AS2363 is a RED bodied, shallow base addressable room sounder for fire alarm systems running 2000 series addressable fire protocol. Multiple tone selection and full CPD approval ensure conformance to local regulations. The sounders operate over a 2-wire 2000 series loop and are loop powered i.e. no external power supply is  required. They are compatible with automatic phased-start synchronisation controlled from the fire panel.

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AS2363 2000 Series Addressable Loop Powered Sounder

The AS2363 is a RED bodied, shallow base addressable room sounder for fire alarm systems running 2000 series addressable fire protocol. Multiple tone selection and full CPD approval ensure conformance to local regulations. The sounders operate over a 2-wire 2000 series loop and are loop powered i.e. no external power supply is  required. They are compatible with automatic phased-start synchronisation controlled from the fire panel.

Device cabling is done to the base and allows the sounder to be fitted and locked into position afterwards. A separate earth terminal is provided in the base for connecting the screen or functional earth when required.

These sounders can be put into different operating modes depending on local requirements. It provides high sound output at a low current, thus reducing power standby  requirements and overall system cost. They are  supplied with high/low volume settings as standard, allowing final audio adjustments to be made during installation. The  sounder is tone selectable during installation. 32 tone settings are available.

Features:

  • Multi-tone
  • Shallow base in red
  • Loop powered
  • VdS Approved

 

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SKU AS2363
Brochure No
User Manual No
Install Manual No
Data Sheet AS2363 Datasheet
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