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 Posted: Tuesday Oct 1st, 2013 10:09 pm
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Hi

As per a recommendation from a Comfort installer , I've got 2 Hochiki smoke detectors.
DFJ-AE/3 Hochiki Conventional Fixed Temperature Heat Detector (60°C)
SLR-E3 Hochiki Conventional Photoelectric Smoke Detector

along with the following base to attach each of them to - YBO-R/6R Hochiki Conventional Latching Relay Base
I've run a wire for each back to Comfort, but could do with some recommendations on how best to wire them into Comfort and/or each other? also how best to configure them in Comfigurator.

Any help most appreciated.



 Posted: Wednesday Oct 2nd, 2013 06:22 am
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I'm working away at present - Ill do a page on this later tomorrow.



 Posted: Wednesday Oct 2nd, 2013 06:34 am
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For Comfigurator, use Zone Type Fire N/C (Normally Closed) assuming the detectors have a normally closed output



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OK its been a while

You need the latching base (as opposed to the non-latching base). The latching base will reset every few minutes so there is no need to ass a break to the 12v power to the sensor.

If you have the non latching base then you will need to wire the +12V into the S12V terminal - there is then a response that allows you to break the power to allow the sensor to reset.

You should use EOL as well + you can wire an LED or similar a the main panel - all of this is really prompting me to create a 'proper' written summary because there are a number of different ways of doing things.....



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