Linear Heat Detection System by Global Fire & Security

Linear Heat Detection System by Global Fire & Security

Fire detection with SecuriSens LIST heat detectors begins where all other detectors reach their limits—keeping fire risks under control – in tunnels and industrial applications.

Linear sensing of temperature

Dust, heat, smoke, exhaust fumes, and other interference factors significantly impact detecting fires when using conventional fire detectors. However, it is precisely under such difficult conditions that the fire risk is significant. It is vital to ensure quick and reliable detection in tunnels, industrial facilities, power plants, and car parks. With the SecuriSens LIST line-type heat detectors, Securiton provides systems that can rapidly localize a fire.

SecuriSens LIST detects incipient fires in record time. The sensor cable contains sensitive addressed sensors whose response behavior can be programmed individually. You can then set up a monitoring system tailored to your object and the local installation regulations. As a result, you can profit from exact, rapid, and reliable fire detection.



Thanks to its excellent resistance to extreme environmental conditions, the SecuriSens d-LIST is used wherever conventional point detectors cannot guarantee optimal protection and where precise detection is necessary. Typical applications include: 

  • Cable and supply tunnels, e.g., in power plants and heavy industry 
  • Car parks, vehicle silos 
  • Cold stores 
  • Industrial object protection, such as in conveyance systems and production lines 
  • Underground stations and tunnels 
  • Hollow floors and false ceilings 
  • Incineration plants, disposal operations
  • Sawmills, agricultural sectors
  • Open loading platforms
  • And many other unique applications

Safety in tunnels – the SecuriSens LIST

The securities LIST SEC 20 line-type heat detector is the ideal fire detector for tunnels. It consists of the SEC 20 sensor cable and the LISTcontroller. The system offers reliable monitoring of sections of up to 3,200 meters in length, or 350 sensors. Up to two sensor cables can be connected to one LISTcontroller (2 x stub, loop, or redundant operation with a second LISTcontroller). The detection and alarm thresholds can be configured for a maximum of 254 different alarm sections. Every ten seconds, the system measures the temperature on the sensors and compares this with the programmed threshold values.

The LISTcontroller offers a great deal of convenience both before and during operation. The configuration and operating data can be transferred from a USB stick. The log files recorded automatically in an event can also be read out easily via the USB stick. In addition, the plain text notifications in different languages on the controller display and the navigation and function keys allow for intuitive operation.


Perfect fire protection in industrial facilities – the SecuriSens d-LIST

The SecuriSens d-LIST line-type heat detector with SEC 15 sensor cable is ideal for applications with small monitoring areas. Two sensor cables with a maximum length of 250 meters each can be connected to the SCU 800 (sensor control unit) and put into operation at the touch of a button – all without special aids or advanced knowledge of the system. The monitoring system with a maximum of two sets of 99 sensors can be universally integrated into fire alarm systems and offers mobile application possibilities. In addition, several SCU 800 units can be networked easily for monitoring more significant areas. The d-LIST system can also be expanded with individual temperature sensors in metal housings to monitor critical areas such as drive units on conveyor belts and escalators.

The current operating state can be seen at a glance on the display of the cable terminal processor. The remote control unit is convenient and efficient and can keep track of up to 31 cable terminal processors and their systems. It saves all notifications and displays them precisely in plain text – all in order according to the processor, sensor number, and detection area and in your preferred language. Additionally, the operating states of all sensors can be called up quickly on the remote control unit.

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