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PP2070/2001/Issue 3

In addition to simple-sensor smoke and heat
detectors, Apollo offers a highly useful combined
detector: the XP95 Multi-Sensor detector.
The multi-sensor detector can be connected to
any XP95 system–existing or new–and entails little
or no change to the control panel configuration.
Two very important benefits result from the avail-
ability of the XP95 multi-sensor:
! the multi-sensor can be fitted where local
specifications call for its use
! the multi-sensor can be fitted in place of
ionisation detectors where these prove to be
too sensitive and might cause unwanted alarms
Part no: 55000-885
FEATURES microcontroller processes both signals. The
This detector combines inputs from optical and temperature signal processing extracts only rate
heat sensors and processes them using a sophisti- of rise information for combination with the
cated algorithm. smoke signal. The detector will not respond to
slow increases in temperature but a large sudden
When polled by the control panel it returns an change can cause an alarm without presence of
analogue count which is determined by combined smoke, if sustained for 20 seconds. The process-
responses from both optical and heat sensors. ing algorithms in the multi-sensor incorporate
drift compensation.
The XP95 Multi-Sensor detector is designed to be
sensitive to a wide range of fires and may be used PROTOCOL COMPATIBILITY
in place of an ionisation detector in many in- The XP95 Multi-Sensor detector has a type code of
stances. 10111 which, depending on panel configuration,
can be seen as a multi-sensor by the XP95 proto-
OPERATING PRINCIPLES col and as an optical detector by Series 90 proto-
Signals from the optical smoke chamber and
temperature sensor are independent, and repre- Note: if the control panel incorporates a drift
sent the smoke level and air temperature respec- compensation algorithm, this should be disabled
tively in the vicinity of the detector; the detector’s when polling the XP95 Multi-Sensor detector.
Technical Data

Specifications are typical and apply at 24V, 23ºC Storage Temperature:

and 50% relative humidity unless otherwise -30ºC to +80ºC
Operating Temperature:
-20ºC to +60ºC
Detector Part No:
55000-885 Humidity:
0 to 95% relative humidity (no condensation)
Base Part No:
45681-210 Effect of temperature on optical detector:
Less than 15% change in sensitivity over rated
Detector principle: range. Slow changes in ambient conditions will
Smoke: Photoelectric detection of light scattered automatically be compensated and will not affect
by smoke particles. sensitivity
Heat: Temperature sensitive resistance.
Effect of atmospheric pressure on optical sensor:
Type code: None
Bits 2 1 0 4 3
1 0 1 1 1 Effect of wind on optical sensor:
Supply wiring:
Two-wire supply, polarity insensitive Vibration, Impact and Shock:
To prEN54-7
Terminal functions:
L1 & L2: supply in and out connections IP rating:
+R: remote indicator positive connection (internal 43
2.2kΩ resistance to positive) Dimensions:
-R: remote indicator negative connection (internal 100mm diameter
2.2kΩ resistance to negative) 50mm height
Operating voltage: 58mm (height in base)
14-28V DC Weight:
Quiescent current: Detector 105g
500µA average, 750µA peak Detector in base 160g
Power-up surge current: Materials:
1mA Housing: White polycarbonate
V-0 rated to UL94
Maximum power-up time: Terminals: Nickel plated stainless steel
Alarm current, LED illuminated: Smoke element only:
Chamber configuration:
Remote output characteristics: Horizontal optical bench housing infra-red emit-
Connects to positive line through 4.5kΩ (5mA ter and sensor, arranged radially to detect forward
maximum) scattered light
Clean air analogue value: Sensor:
23 +4/-0 Silicon PIN photo-diode
Alarm level analogue value: Emitter:
55 GaAlAs infra-red light emitting diode
Alarm indicator: Heat element:
2 colourless Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs); illumi- NTC Thermistor
nated red in alarm; Optional remote LED
Sampling frequency:
Smoke Sensitivity: 1 per second
Nominal threshold of 2.8% light grey smoke
obscuration per metre (0.9% per ft)

For more information on the XP95 range of detectors, the following publications are available:
XP95 Sales Leaflet PP1038
XP95 General Sales Brochure PP1040
XP95 Engineering Product Guide PP1039