Why do some places use smoke alarms in fire protection, and some places need to install temperature sensors?
In fact, this has to be used according to the function and the place of use. For example, smoke alarms cannot be installed in kitchens and smoking rooms. Oil fume will cause the alarms to malfunction, so installing a temperature sensor can play a role.
In a place that meets one of the following conditions, a fire temperature sensor should be selected; and an appropriate type of temperature-sensing fire detection temperature sensor should be selected according to the typical application temperature and maximum application temperature of the use site:
1. Relative humidity is often greater than 95%.
2. Smokeless fire may occur.
3. There is a lot of dust.
4. Smoking rooms and other places where there is smoke or vapor retention under normal circumstances.
5. Kitchens, boiler rooms, generator rooms, drying workshops and other places where smoke detectors should not be installed.
6. The inner side of the safety exit that needs to be linked to extinguish the “safety exit” sign light.
7. Other places where no one is stranded and is not suitable for installing smoke detectors, but it is necessary to call the police in time when a fire occurs