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Aico 140RC Series EI141RC Ionisation Smoke Alarm Battery Back-Up for Bedrooms

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Please note the EI141RC is the same model as the Ei141 - the name has been updated by Aico but the product remains the same.

The Ei141 is an Ionisation Smoke Alarm that runs on 230V AC mains power, and has a 9V alkaline battery back up in the event of mains failure. The 9V batte... Read More Info

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Aico 140RC Series EI141RC Ionisation Smoke Alarm Battery Back-Up for Bedrooms [EI141 AICO]

Please note the EI141RC is the same model as the Ei141 - the name has been updated by Aico but the product remains the same.

The Ei141 is an Ionisation Smoke Alarm that runs on 230V AC mains power, and has a 9V alkaline battery back up in the event of mains failure. The 9V battery will last for up to 4 years in standby mode, and capable of powering the smoke detector for up to 2 years in the event of mains failure.

The Ei141 is supplied with the Easi-Fit base that allows very quick and simple installation of the smoke alarm, combined with simple detector head removal and replacement. The Easi-Fit base automatically connects both mains power and battery as the detector head slides on to the Easi-Fit base.

The alarm has other advanced features such as built in circuitry to aid suppression of voltage transients and RF interference to further reduce the risk of false alarms.

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Aico 140RC Series EI141RC Ionisation Smoke Alarm Battery Back-Up for Bedrooms [EI141 AICO]

The green indicator will illuminate to show mains power is present

The red indicator will flash every 40 seconds to show that the alarm has performed an automatic self test

The red indicator will flash rapidly to show an alarm condition for the alarm that has triggered

The “Test/Hush” button will either silence false alarms (if briefly pressed) or to perform a self test (if pressed and held)

In “Test” mode the alarm will perform a self test and sound the horn

In “Hush” mode the alarm enters a ten-minute period of reduced sensitivity to overcome false alarm conditions. It will then automatically reset itself

When interconnected to other Aico Ei mains powered alarms, an alarm on one unit will trigger all other interconnected alarms (only the triggered alarm will flash a red indicator)

The Aico alarm will emit a beep every 40 seconds to indicate that the battery back-up is depleted and needs replacing

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