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Certificate No 176c to EN 12094-1: 2003 and EN 54-2: 1997 + A1: 2006 + A2: 2007, EN 54-4: 1997 + A1: 2002 + A2: 2006




Product Description LPCB
Ref. No.
EP203

Conventional three zone class A extinguisher control panel

Incorporating the following units:

SPF0000203         Main extinguisher control

SPF0000212         External relay interface

SPF0003613         Power supply unit

SPF0000214         EP214 terminator

Incorporating as modular units:

EP210S        Remote Status Unit Surface Mount optional (See Note 1)

EP211                Economy Status Unit optional (See Note 1)

Optional language variants;

EP203/ES        Spanish language variant

EP203/FR        French language variant

EP203/IT        Italian language variant

EP203/DE        German language variant

Certified with the following options with requirements from EN 12094-1:2003

4.17        Delay of extinguishing signal

4.18        Signal representing the flow of extinguishing agent

4.19        Monitoring of the status of components

4.20        Emergency hold device

4.21        Control of flooding time

4.23        Manual only mode

4.26        Triggering of equipment outside the system

4.27        Emergency abort device

4.30        Activation of alarm devices with different signals

Certified with the following options with requirements from EN-54-2:1997

7.8        Output to fire alarm device(s)

7.11        Delays to the actioning of outputs fire alarm devices and fire routing

        equipment

7.13        Alarm counter

10        Test condition

Notes:

1.         Optional Remote Status Unit part No. EP210S & Economy Status Unit part No. EP211 are not certified as meeting the requirements of the standards specified.

2.         Meets the requirements of EN12094-3:2003, Class A - i.e. operational temperature range of -5°C to +40°C.

176c/01

 

 


 

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