SAO-P8 SOUNDER WITH VISUAL ALARM DEVICE HOLDS DOCUMENTS ISSUED BY CNBOP-PIB:
- CERTIFICATE CPR NO. 1438-CPR-0892
- CERTIFICATE OF APPROVAL NO. 4884/2023
ATTENTION! Documents to be downloaded after logging in to the Client Zone
The SAO-P8 sounder with visual alarm device is intended for signalling of fire inside buildings.
The signalling device is equipped with housing made of non-combustible material, enclosing electronic components. The housing consists of three parts: a body with a mounted LED lamp, a cover with a mounted printed circuit board, a base for mounting to the wall/ceiling or directly to the PIP-1AN or PIP-3AN box.
The lid contains:
- power connector,
- eight-position microswitch.
- WSD-1 block
The power connector has three pins marked “+”, “-“, and “S”. The “+” and “-” terminals are used for power supply, while the “S” terminal is used for connecting an additional synchronization wire.
Using a microswitch, it is possible to select the operating mode of the siren – “master” or “slave”, select the solid coverage area (3m, 6m, 9m, 12m) and acoustic signal type.
After connecting the supply voltage, the SAO-P8 sounder with VAD generates an acoustic and optical signal in accordance with the current settings. The acoustic signal is generated by a piezoceramic transducer. The optical part generates an optical pulse signal with a flash time shorter than 0.2 s. By default, the frequency of the generated optical signal is 0.5 Hz. The light-generating element is LED diodes, placed in a housing (diffuser) forming an optical part. SAO-P8 enables the creation of a network of signaling devices operating synchronously (synchronized acoustical and optical part).
The SAO-P8 sounder with VAD is available in 6 varieties.
|SAO-P8/CC||sounder with VAD in red housing, red light|
|SAO-P8/CB||sounder with VAD in red housing, white light|
|SAO-P8/CM||sounder with VAD in red housing, alternating red and white light|
|SAO-P8/BC||sounder with VAD in white housing, red light|
|SAO-P8/BB||sounder with VAD in white housing, white light|
|SAO-P8/BM||sounder with VAD in white housing, alternating red and white light|
Certificate of Admittance is only valid in Poland for SAO-P8/CC variety.
To open the alarm device you should: screw out the blocking screw, twist the shade to the left while holding the base, then move apart the shade and the base.
To close the alarm device adjust the markers, then assemble the device and twist it to the direction marked with an arrow (sequence shown in the drawing). After closing, screw in the blocking screw.
The SAO-P8 sounders should be connected to the FAS installation through junction boxes with the required class of maintaining electrical functions (recommended PIP-3AN). If there is no need to use the synchronization option of the SAO-P8 sounders with VAD, it is also possible to mount them through the PIP-1AN installation box, observing the following information on the mounting method. If mounting directly on the box is not required, the PIP-2AN/0.375A box can be used to connect the device.
The box should be mounted to the substrate/wall with the required fire resistance. If, for aesthetic reasons, it is not possible to mount the signaling device directly on the PIP box, it is permissible to mount the signaling device to the base that does not have the required fire resistance, while the PIP junction box must be mounted on the base with the required fire resistance (e.g. a situation in which the box PIP is mounted to the ceiling with E90 resistance, while the SAO-P8 sounder is mounted in the suspended ceiling). Detailed guidelines for the installation of PIP installation boxes are included in the National Technical Assessment CNBOP-PIB-KOT-2019/0113-3704 edition 2.
The mounting cover OM-1 is intended for installation in a suspended ceiling. This procedure allows the device to be hidden in the suspended ceiling, which increases the aesthetic value of the installation.
If there is a need to protect the signaling device against mechanical damage at the installation site, the OZ-50-3 protective cover can be used.