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MAINS HEAT ALARM
Mains-powered heat alarm that can be interconnected with up to 18 other mains alarms, be they ionisation, optical or heat. Once interconnected, the detection of the relevant danger by an individual unit will sound across all the connected alarms.
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Interconnect with up to 18 hard-wired alarms – all alarms sound if danger is detected
Alarm memory – identifies source unit within interconnecting network
Reduced energy consumption – lower lifetime running costs
Combined Hush/Test button allows regular testing of alarm function and can be used to temporarily silence nuisance alarms
Auto reset after activation
Tamper-resistant locking device prevents unauthorised removal without the use of a tool
Mains operation – 9V Alkaline back-up battery supplied as standard
WHERE TO USE
Mains-powered heat alarms can be used throughout the home in humid or dusty environments where an photoelectric or ionization smoke alarm is unsuitable, e.g. kitchens, loft spaces and garages. The mains alarm’s range requires installation by a professionally qualified electrician and complies with AS 1603.3:2018 standards.
|Power Supply||240V mains-powered with 9V Alkaline battery back-up|
|Temperature Range||0ºC to + 40ºC|
|Humidity Range||Up to 93% Relative Humidity (RH) non-condensing|
|Storage and Transport||-20ºC to +60ºC and 5–95% relative humidity (RH) non-condensing|
|Alarm Dimensions||127 x 127 x 54mm|
|Bracket Dimensions||133 x 133 x 6mm|
BATTERY PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE ALARM
Battery operated photoelectric smoke alarm, which detects visible fire particles associated with slow smouldering fires. Ionisation sensing alarms may detect invisible fire particles (associated with fast flaming fires) sooner than photoelectric alarms. Photoelectric sensing alarms may detect visible fire particles (associated with slow smouldering fires) sooner than ionisation alarms.
MAINS PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE ALARM (LONG LIFE)
Mains-powered optical smoke alarm that can be interconnected with up to 18 other mains alarms, be they ionisation, photoelectric or heat. Once interconnected, the detection of the relevant danger by an individual unit will sound across all the connected alarms.