Fireray 2000 EExd

Projected beam smoke detector, 33ft. to 330ft. (10m to100m)

Condition: New
Brand: Fireray
Status: Active
SKU: 41117
Manufacturer Part #: 2000 EExd
Secondary Part #: F2000 EExd, 1430130
Replacement: 3000-115


The Fireray® 2000 EExd system is ideally suited to protect large areas with potentially explosive atmospheres, protection against smoking fires can be provided by this beam. Fireray® 2000 EExd includes an infrared transmitter and a receiver, both of which are ATEX-certified for use in Group 2 hazardous areas. There is a separate, safe area, wall-mounted remote low level control unit to allow adjustment and testing from a convenient non-hazardous location.

The product is designed for large enclosures with oil rigs, refineries, ordnance stores, waste water treatment plants, and similar premises. It provides an early warning of smoldering smoke generated fires, some of which may not be picked up by flame detectors installed in many hazardous areas. For installations complying with UL268/NFPA72, the maximum distance of Detector and Reflector from the ceiling must be 10% of the distance between floor and ceiling.

Additional information

Weight 10.2 lbs
Dimensions 3.50 × 8.50 × 10.30 in





Unit of Measurement

EA (Each)

Production Status



  • Separate explosion-proof Transmitter and Receiver units
  • Signal Strength indicating LED’s
  • Range 33ft. to 330ft. (10m to 100m)
  • Easy set up and alignment
  • Internal test switch
  • Complies with ATEX and EN54:12
  • 3 selectable fire alarm thresholds: 25%, 35% or 50%
  • Alarm latching or auto reset
  • Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
  • 12 VDC or 24 VDC operation
  • Separate alarm and trouble relay contacts
  • Ground Level Control unit
  • Adjustment using wall bracket
  • Built-in 1/2”/M-20 conduit knock-outs on controller.
    • M-10 threaded on TX/RX.


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