Fike 68-140


FAAST Aspirating Smoke Detection

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Brand: Fike Part #: 131580 Categories: , Manufacturer Part #: 68-140Secondary Part #: FAAST


The 68-140 FAAST aspirating smoke detection system is an advanced particulate detection system for use in early warning and very early warning applications.

The system continuously draws air from the controlled environment (up to 8,000 sq. ft.) through a series of sampling holes to monitor the environment for smoke particulate.

FAAST system conditions are displayed at the user interface and at a fire alarm control panel. System conditions can also be displayed remotely in two ways through the network interface: integrated Web server or PipeIQ software. The display provides a clear indication of the system status, particulate levels, alarm levels, air flow and faults. Additionally, e-mail notification can be sent upon status changes. These can all be discerned by monitoring the user interface at either the local or remote display.


Weight 0.2 lbs

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  • Eclipse intelligent protocol
  • Advanced detection using blue LED and IR laser technology
  • Monitors up to 8,000 sq. ft. (dependant on local code and ordinances)
  • Wide sensitivity range of 0.00046% to 6.25% obs/ft.
  • Programmable alarm thresholds and delays
  • Six sets of relay contacts
  • Advanced dust discrimination for reduced false alarms
  • Air filtration
  • Particle separation for increased filter life
  • Electronic filter life monitoring
  • Ultrasonic air flow sensing
  • Field service access door
  • Easy access filter maintenance door
  • Event, service and trend logs
  • Pipe modeling software
  • Acclimate mode operation for auto-adjustment of sensitivity
  • Remote monitoring via Ethernet/IP
  • Multi-lingual support
  • E-mail notification of alarm, fault or isolate conditions

68-140 FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing Technology®


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