PIM-120 Interface Module (PHSC)

The PIM-120 is a detection control module that acts as an interface between a fire alarm control panel detection circuit or addressable node and Protectowire PHSC or PLR Linear Heat Detectors. The PIM-120 module can supervise up to 6,500 feet (2000m) in a Class B configuration. It is available with an intrinsic safety barrier for hazardous applications. 

The module provides a Class B (Style B) initiation circuit capable of operating up to 2,000 m (6,560 ft.) of Protectowire as well as other types of normally open non-resistive contact devices.

EPC (Extruded Polyvinyl Chloride) – is a durable flame-retardant vinyl outer jacket designed for interior commercial and industrial applications. Features of this jacket include low moisture absorption, resistance to many common chemicals, and excellent flexibility at low temperatures.

XCR (Extreme Corrosion Resistance) – is a high-performance fluoropolymer jacket designed for both interior and exterior environments. Features of this jacket include excellent chemical resistance, abrasion resistance, weather resistance, and high-temperature performance. XCR is the only heat detector that is FM-approved for corrosive environments.

LSZH (Low Smoke Zero Halogen) – is a durable outer jacket designed for interior commercial and industrial applications requiring low smoke zero halogen performance. Features of this jacket include low moisture absorption, resistance to many common chemicals, and excellent flexibility at low temperatures.

XLT (Extreme Low Temperature) – is an outer jacket specifically selected for cold storage and freezers. Features of this jacket include low moisture absorption and excellent performance in extremely low temperatures. This detector has been UL and FM tested to –60°F (–51°C)

EPR (Extruded Polypropylene Rubber) – is an outer jacket designed for both interior and exterior environments. Features of this jacket include good abrasion resistance, chemical resistance, and weather resistance over a wide temperature range.