Definitions for "HEAT DETECTOR"
This is an INPUT DEVICE specifically designed to detect a rapid rise of temperature in a protected area. It is also triggered when a specific temperature is reached. HEAT DETECTORS come in three main fixed temperature settings: 135, 180 and 200 degrees Farenheit. HEAT DETECTORS are also known as fire detectors.
A fire detector that senses heat produced by burning substances. Heat is the energy produced by combustion that causes substances to rise in temperature.
See Estrus Detector. H08414. Definition from Hurnik et al., 1995.