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How do I activate a SmokeCloak?

SmokeCloak is connected permanently to the mains supply and is triggered into operation by the alarm system. A SmokeCloak react mainly on two inputs, “set” and “trigger”:

Set input
The set signal should come from the intruder alarm panel when the user sets the alarm – e.g when leaving the premises after work.

Unset is the opposite of the set, and therefore the alarm panel should remove the set signal when the alarm is turned off.

It is only possible to trigger the SmokeCloak once after the alarm is set, which means that if the SmokeCloak is to be triggered more than once, from the Alarm panel, then will require an UNSET signal in-between.
Unset signal is also used to release lached relayes (only possible with the EASY 2200).
The system is set by applying 12 V (default) across
  • terminal 9 and 10 (EASY 2200)
It is via the PC-TOOL possible to invert the means of 12 V, to UNSET, instead of set (only possible with the EASY 2200).
  • Terminal 3 & 4 (EASY 600/ 1100)

Trigger input
The trigger signal should come from the intruder alarm panel when the alarm is activated.
When the trigger signal is applied the SmokeCloak will fire if:
• There is a “SET” signal present.
• It has not been triggered before with the current “SET” signal.
• The verification sensor is “activated” or NO verification sensor connected.
N.B. The trigger signal must be applied continuously from the initial alarm, until the backstop timer has timed out.

This function is triggered by applying 12 V (default) across
• Terminals 11 and 12 (EASY2200).
• Terminals 5 and 6 (EASY600/1100).

It is via the PC-TOOL possible to invert the meaning of 12V applied, to untrigger, instead of trigger (this is only possible with the EASY 2200).