Combined Detectors

Multi-sensor and combined detectors can reduce the amount of alarms in the home, keeping your property and family safe from different types of fire hazards.

Aico 3000 range of combined detectors and multi-sensor detectors. Single alarms with dual sensors.

Combined heat and carbon monoxide detectors are ideal for use in kitchens with gas-fuelled appliances.

Multi-Sensor heat and optical smoke detectors. Both sensors work together, if the optical sensor detects smoke the rate of rise heat sensor sensitivity is increased. Perfect for kitchen diners and especially useful for occupants who vape as false alarms are not triggered.

Both the Ei3028 and Ei3024 feature the latest SmartLINK technology. SmartLINK can provide live text alerts and notifications via a Smartphone App (IOSGoogle Play). Access detailed reports from a desktop computer for information on faulty alarms, low batteries, end of life and maintenance records, originally designed for landlords and property records. To enable all the SmartLINK features each detector will require a Ei3000MRF plug in module and Ei1000G SmartLINK gateway.

Model NoDetector TypeApplication
Ei3024 Optical Smoke & Heat Hallways, Landings, Bedrooms, Lofts, Living & Dining Rooms
Ei3028 Heat & Carbon Monoxide Kitchens, Garages
Ei3030 Heat, Optical Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Hallways, Landings, Bedrooms, Lofts, Living & Dining Rooms

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Changes to Scotland Fire Safety Laws

From February 2022 all homeowners in Scotland are required to install interlinked fire and smoke alarms in every home. This will effect all home owners as well as private rented and new-build homes where this legislation is already mandatory. Scotland will be the first UK nation to require all residential properties to have interlinked fire alarms, which aims to significantly reduce the risk of injury or death. The core principle in which this legislation aims to improve is when there is a fire in one room, it will set off all the alarms throughout the property, giving residents more time to escape.

The legislation requires all properties to have one smoke alarm in the most frequently used rooms, one in every circulation space on each storey, such as hallways, communal areas, and also a heat alarm in every kitchen. Where these is a carbon-fuelled appliance, such as boilers, open fires or flue, a carbon monoxide detector will also be required, although these do not have to be linked. All alarms can either be hard wired (by a qualified electrician) or tamper proof long-life lithium battery alarms. It is thought the average price for a home upgrade to linked alarms will be around £220, with the Scottish Government providing funding of £500,000 to help eligible older and disabled homeowners with installation, in partnership with Care and Repair Scotland. For more information on the Scottish Legislation, please see here.