4-Warn/CO detector

Velociti® Series
Advanced Multi-Criteria
Fire/CO Detector
The Advanced Multi-Criteria Fire/CO Detector (MCSCOF) is an addressable device that provides both fire
and carbon monoxide (CO) detection. For fire detection, the detector combines the following four separate sensing elements in one unit.
• Smoke
• Carbon Monoxide (CO)
• Light/flame
• Heat
These elements sense multiple components of a fire.
This approach enables an enhanced sensitivity to
real fire with a heightened immunity to nuisance particulate. For CO, the detector’s electrochemical sensing cell creates a separate signal for life safety CO
Released through the incomplete burning of various
fuels, CO is a colorless, odorless and deadly gas that
is virtually impossible to detect with the human
senses. Because the potential exists for dangerous
levels of CO to accumulate in almost any building,
legislation mandates the use of CO detection in commercial spaces in the U.S. The MCS-COF is Listed to
the UL® 2075 Standard for system-connected life
safety carbon monoxide monitoring.
It is designed to be used with the Gamewell-FCI, E3
Series or S3 Series fire alarm control panel only. The
MCS-COF should be used in conjunction with the
B200S intelligent sounder base, which can generate
either of the following patterns:
• Temp 3 pattern for fire.
• Temp 4 pattern for CO alarm indication.
The B200S recognizes the System Sensor synchronization protocol. This feature enables it to be used
as a component of the general evacuation signal,
along with other System Sensor horns, horn strobes,
and chimes, when the MCS-COF is connected to a
power supply or Fire Alarm Control Panel (FACP)
output that is capable of generating the System Sensor synchronization pulses. With each sounder base
carrying a unique address, the FACP can then command an individual sounder, or a group of sounders,
to activate. The command set from the panel can be
tailored to the specific event, allowing selection of
volume, tone, and group. For more information on
the B200S, refer to Data Sheet P/N: 9021-60671.
MCS-COF in a B200S Sounder Base
• Offers the unique function to detect the following
four major elements of a fire:
- Smoke
- Carbon Monoxide (CO)
- Light/flame
- Heat
• Supplies a separate CO detection signal.
• Presents the highest nuisance alarm immunity.
• Produces an automatic drift compensation of
smoke sensor and CO cell.
• Uses only one address on the SLC.
• Includes the EasyTest CO testing capability.
• Complies with UL® Listed Standard 268 and UL®
Listed Standard 2075.
• Separates the audible signal for fire or CO alarm
when used with the B200S Base.
• Provides the CO cell end-of-life warning and fault.
E3 Series® is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.
UL® is a registered trademark of Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
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Specifications (Continued)
Physical Specifications
Base Diameter:
6.875” (17.46 cm) installed in a B200S
3.46” (8.79 cm) installed in B200S base
4.6 oz
Bayblend FR110
CO Monitoring UL Standard Reference - Alarm
Thresholds are as follows:
Base Height:
Shipping Weight:
Temperature Range: 32° F to 100° F (0° C to 38° C)
Operating Humidity
15 to 90% relative humidity
Air Velocity:
0 to 4,000 ft/min (0 to 20 m/sec)
Parts per
70 ± 5ppm
400± 10ppm
Time, min.
Note: Per UL Standard 2075, the MCS-COF has been
tested to the sensitivity limits defined in UL Standard 2034.
Electrical Specifications
Part Number
Advanced Multi-Criteria Fire/CO
Note: Due to the unique nature of this
detector, please consult your Fire
Alarm Control Panel Manufacturer for
the specific model and compatibility.
Ordering Information
Operating Voltage
15 to 32 VDC
Maximum Standby
300 µA at 24 VDC (no communicaCurrent:
tion every 5 seconds with LED blink
Maximum Alarm
Current (LED on): 7.2 mA at 24 VDC
Addressable Sounder Base
Detector Test Magnet
Telescoping Test Magnet
Sensitivity Settings & Suggested
Level 1:
Level 2:
Level 3:
Level 4:
Level 5:
Level 6:
1% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke.
Very clean environments:
Used in Laboratories.
2% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke.
Clean environments: Used in offices.
3% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke.
Moderately clean environments:
Used in hotel rooms, dorm rooms.
3% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke with different
algorithm processing and weighting of sensor
elements. Used in hotel rooms near a shower,
boiler rooms.
4% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke.
Used in equipment rooms, kitchens, paint
Thermal alarm at 135° F (57° C).
Warning: After the CO cell has reached the end-of-life, the
CO sensor no longer provides life safety protection. However, when the fire detector enters Photo, Thermal, Infrared (PTIR) mode, the following sensitivities apply:
Level 1: 1% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke. Very clean
environments: Used in Laboratories.
Level 2: 2% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke.
Clean environments: Used in offices.
Level 5: 3% per foot (30.48 cm) of smoke.
Moderately clean environments:
Used in hotel rooms, dorm rooms.
Level 6: Thermal alarm at 135° F (57° C).
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