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System Sensor 5602 194 Degree / Rate of Rise Heat Detector


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System Sensor 5602 194 Degree / Rate of Rise Heat Detector

The System Sensor brand are an inexpensive and attractive line of heat detectors that will provide 24 hour protection for your location without breaking your budget! The System Sensor 5602 194 Degree / ROR Heat Detector triggers at 194 degrees or if the temperature rises faster than 15 degrees a minute. The plain housing is ideal for residential installations so as to not be an eye-sore in your home setting. You can mount this by using a single-gang box, or mount using a 3.5" or 4" octagonal bracket, or mount with a 4" square to round plaster ring. This also has a reversible mounting bracket.


Wiring: Single-Circuit
Heat Sensor: 194°F (90°C) fixed temperature, 15°F (8.3°C) per minute rate-of-rise
Wiring Gauge: 14-22 AWG
Dimensions: 1.69" (4.3cm) H x 4.57" (11.6cm) Dia.
Weight: 6 oz. (170 g)
Single Gang: Yes
3.5 inch Octagon: Yes
4 inch Octagon: Yes
4 inch Square: Yes
Operating Humidity Range: 5 to 95% RH non-condensing


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  • I have a DSC Neo panel with a HS2032 board. [8 zones, one PGM1 and one PGM2 terminal]. I am planing on using the PGM2 terminal for the 4 wire combo smoke CO detectors. How can I add five heat detectors to this system? do I need an expander module? what about the PGM terminal?

    Heat detectors do not require a PGM as they do not need power. All you need is a zone to connect the heat detector to. They can be daisy chained, or separated by zone. If you do not have open zones you can use then you will need the HSM2108 zone expander.

  • Can this 5602P be wired along with a 2W-B smoke detector to the Zone 1 on a Vista 20P. These would be the only devices on Zone 1, and would be wired in parallel. I would think it should work. Thanks,

    No these should not be on the same circuit.

    While both are two wire devices, a smoke is a powered device and a heat is passive just like a switch and should not have power fed into them. Generally 2 wire smokes have a dedicated "special" input just for them and are programmed differently. Heats just use a regular zone.