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TM-55-1925-292-14-P Firefighting Fire Alarm and Fire Suppression Systems Inland and Coastal Large TUG (LT) Manual
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IONIZATION SMOKE DETECTORS
TM 55-1925-292-14&P
0002 00
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MODELS
This manual is applicable only to vessels outfitted with the FM-200 fire suppression systems and the lowered
pilothouse. At the time of issue, LT-803 has received both of these modifications. As additional vessels are
modified, differences between models will be identified.
EQUIPMENT DATA
FIRE AND SMOKE DETECTION PANEL
The fire and smoke detection panel is part of the fire alarm system. The fire alarm system automatically alerts the
crew by sounding an alarm when sensors detect smoke or fire. The fire alarm system consists of the fire and
smoke detection panel, the remote indicator unit, smoke detectors, thermal fire detectors, and fire alarm pull
stations. The fire and smoke detection panel is located in the EOS and alerts the crew to any fire detector faults
in the fire detection system as well as alarm indications via Light Emitting Diode (LED) indicators.
The technical characteristics of the fire and smoke detection panel are contained in table 1.
Table 1. Fire And Smoke Detection Panel Technical Characteristics
Item
Data
Manufacturer .............................................................................................................. Pyrotronics
Model .................................................................................................................................. CP-35
Series ................................................................................................................................... 3060
Type ................................................................................................... Basic two zone/expandable
Voltage ............................................................................................................................. 120 Vac
24 Vdc
Amperage ................................................................................................................................ 5 A
REMOTE INDICATOR PANEL
The remote indicator panel is part of the fire alarm system. It is located in the pilothouse and is used to alert the
bridge crew to the presence of a fire alarm condition. The four indicators on the panel will illuminate the appropri-
ate zone indicator for which the fire or smoke is detected.
The technical characteristics of the remote indicator unit are contained in table 2.
Table 2. Remote Indicator Unit Technical Characteristics
Item
Data
Manufacturer .............................................................................................................. Pyrotronics
Type ........................................................................................................................ Four indicator
Voltage ............................................................................................................................... 24 Vdc
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