SHEV® 3 / SHEV® 6 COMPACT CONTROL PANEL
This compact SHEV® control unit, developed in compliance with the DIN EN 12101 standard (parts 9 and 10), offers state-of-the-art security.
Systems for stairs are equipped mainly with SHEV® which includes power supply, emergency power supply and all the electronics for operating with 24V DC actuators for windows and smoke evacuators.
SHEV® controls the actuators connected both in the event of fire and for daily ventilation.
The heart of our SHEV system for stairs is the SHEV 3 and/or SHEV 6 compact control panel (3 ampere and 6 ampere output).
A compact control panel, developed in compliance with the DIN EN 12101 standard (Part 9 and Part 10).
Composed of a primary and a secondary power supply, as well as the entire control technology for the operation of 24V DC actuators at the openings of buildings.
The control panel triggers the actuators in the event of fire and for daily ventilation.
The functions of special ventilation (slit ventilation, man-down function, automatic ventilation) are free and individually programmable by the user.
The daily ventilation function is also a SHEV system function control.
With manual activation (emergency button HE 075) or automatic activation (smoke/heat detector) of smoke and heat evacuation, electric actuators or accessories are activated, opening the smoke evacuators in the roof facade.
In the presence of a power supply failure (main power supply failure), the emergency power supply (lead-acid batteries) maintains the function of smoke and heat evacuation system for at least 72 hours.
An optional remote diagnosis via GPRS (maintenance and resolution of problems) is possible at reasonable cost.
KATO 305 ELECTRIC CONTROL
The SHEV6 RWA control unit must be connected to the Kato 305 opening controls to be able to close the window on which the motor is installed in the event of fire.
SSmoke and heat evacuation systems (SHEV) are an important component in preventive fire control.
The greatest danger to people during a fire in a building is represented by the toxic fumes given off.
The opening of the smoke evacuator on the upper part of the building and a sufficient number of fresh air vents in the lower areas make it possible to evacuate smoke and heat, thus enabling people to evacuate the building and the staff to put out the flames.
The smoke and heat evacuation system is a component of fire control in buildings and its presence is required by law in many European countries.
The authorities issue a permit that determines the way in which these conditions are adopted.
Before installation of the evacuation system, it is necessary to demonstrate that the system meets official requirements.