Notifier® 851 and 951 Series Photoelectric Smoke Detectors

NOTIFIER FSP-951 photoelectric smoke detectorNotifier® 851 and 951 Series photoelectric smoke detectors are engineered with a uniquely designed optical sensing chamber to detect smoke which may be produced from various combustion sources. Addressable, intelligent detectors provide point ID capability allowing each detector to be programmed with rotary address switches for exact location ID. The control panel software may be programmed for sensitivity to match the environment, with continual monitoring and reporting to the control panel.

The Notifier® 851 Series 

The Notifier® 851 Series includes:

  • FSP-851 – a photoelectric smoke detector used with ONYX fire alarm control panels.
  • FSP-851T – a photoelectric smoke detector with thermal detection also used with ONYX panels.
  • FSP-851R – a photoelectric smoke detector to be utilized with DNR or DNRW duct smoke detection and ONYX control panels.

The Notifier® 951 Series

The Notifier® 951 Series are intelligent plug-in smoke detectors which include the following various models:

  • FSP-951
  • FSP-951-IV
  • FSP-951T
  • FSP-951T-IV
  • FSP-951R
  • FSP-951R-IV

The FSP-951 series includes integral communication and features that surpass conventional devices.  The FSP-951 Series is available in Ivory for legacy installations or Bright White for new installations, both in a low-profile, sleek design.

Both the 851 and 951 series of Notifier® photoelectric smoke detectors include the following benefits and features:

  • Photoelectric smoke detection technology
  • Low standby current
  • Analog communications
  • Dual LEDs for 360° visibility
  • Rotary address switches

HRSS offers Notifier® 851 and 951 series photoelectric smoke detectors along with complete fire alarm systems and components. We provide fire alarm system design, testing, troubleshooting, maintenance and monitoring to commercial properties in and around Chicago. Contact us to learn more about intelligent, addressable fire alarm systems and photoelectric smoke detectors.

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