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Aico EI3103RF Alkaline 9Volt Battery Operated Heat Alarm with wireless radiolink

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The Ei3103RF is a Heat Alarm, powered by a 9V PP3 Alkaline battery (supplied). It can be interconnected wirelessly with other RadioLINK enabled Smoke/Heat alarms The alarm gives a fire warning when the temperature at the unit reaches 58 C. Heat alarms are designed for use in kitche... Read More Info

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Aico EI3103RF Alkaline 9Volt Battery Operated Heat Alarm with wireless radiolink [EI3103RF]

The Ei3103RF is a Heat Alarm, powered by a 9V PP3 Alkaline battery (supplied). It can be interconnected wirelessly with other RadioLINK enabled Smoke/Heat alarms The alarm gives a fire warning when the temperature at the unit reaches 58 C. Heat alarms are designed for use in kitchens and garages, where the use of Optical or Ionisation alarms would lead to unwanted nuisance alarms. Up to 12 alarms can be interconnected on one system RadioLINK enabled Smoke and/or Heat alarms can be “House Coded” together to prevent cross communication with other nearby RadioLINK systems The alarm has built in circuitry to aid suppression of RF interference to further reduce the chances of false alarms The alarm uses advanced radio transceiver technology with unique software coding to transmit and received the radio signals .

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Aico EI3103RF Alkaline 9Volt Battery Operated Heat Alarm with wireless radiolink [EI3103RF]

The Heat Alarm carries the BSI Kitemark to indicate type testing to BS5446: Pt. 2: 2004. Class A2. It will meet the requirements of Grade F as defined in BS5839 Pt.6:2004. It carries the CE mark to indicate conformance to Low Voltage and Electromagnetic Compatibility Directives. 2. Fixed temperature thermistor type sensor, temperature range 58°C ± 4°C. 3. Radio frequency: 868MHz band in accordance with R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC – this band has been designated for use with security products and only allows a 1% duty cycle, so continuous transmission and interference from external sources is extremely remote, and would be illegal. 4. RF Range: the type of building will be the major limiting factor e.g. the number and type of walls/ceilings that the radio signal has to pass through. As a guide, 30m should be the maximum distance between any of the RadioLINK units in the system. 5. Built in sounder giving a minimum sound output of 85dB (A) at 3m. The wire contacts are soldered directly on to the piezo disc for additional security. 6. Manual integral Test button to test circuitry, sensor and horn and activate all alarms in the system. Causes red LED to flash rapidly and the amber LED to light for two 3.5 second periods to indicate RF signal is being sent. 7. Automatic Self-Test: Heat sensor is tested every 40 seconds and unit bleeps (without simultaneous red LED flash) if a fault is detected. 8. Up to 12 units can communicate on one system - the range may be a limiting factor (see point 4 above). 9. Automatic reset facility so that when heat clears from the alarm sensor the unit will reset automatically. 10. Power on indicator - red LED on the cover flashes every 40 seconds to confirm integrity of the power supply. 11. Low battery warning signal- alarm bleeps every 40 seconds for 30 days to indicate when battery replacement is required. 12. External alarm RF signal: turns on sounder (without red LED flash) until it receives an ‘alarm cancel’ RF signal. Receiver remains on for additional 11 seconds to check for further alarm signals. If a unit stops receiving alarm confirmation signals every 5 seconds, it turns off its sounder one minute later. 13. Alarms are in factory code when received (they will all communicate with each other). After ‘House Coding’ they will only communicate with alarms coded at the same time. 14. House Coding: press the House Code switch located on the side of the alarm. Repeat on each alarm in the system. This causes the alarms to enter ‘House Code’ mode- an amber LED on the cover will flash. The alarm will ‘learn’ the serial numbers of each alarm in the system. The number of alarms learnt will be indicated by the number of flashes of the amber indicator light e.g. 3 alarms in the system = 3 flashes of the amber LED. The alarms will return to standby automatically after 15 minutes. Alternatively, press the House Code switch again to return to standby immediately. 15. Repeater function: where distance or obstructions cause range restrictions, the alarm has an easily selected repeater option. Press the Test button on the alarm until the amber light shows, immediately (with the amber light still on) press and hold the ‘House Code’ switch until the amber LED on the base flashes 15 times, then release. The ‘repeater’ retransmits signals from other bases to extend the radio signal range. Only one ‘repeater’ should be used in any one system of alarms. 16. Alarm screws to ceiling using screw and plugs provided. Battery comes disconnected and fits using the snap-fit connector. 17. Dimensions: 140 x 120 x 55mm. 18. Ambient Temperature Range: 4 C. Humidity Range: 0 to 90% relative humidity. 19. Weight inclusive of packaging: 240g. 20. 5 year guarantee. 21. Manufactured in Ireland.

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