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Interconnectable, 10-Year Service Life, Optical Smoke Chamber

The primary purpose of a smoke alarm is to save lives! In the critical moments of a fire, every second counts. That’s why it’s crucial to have fire alarms that communicate with each other and alert you immediately when danger arises.

Imagine being warned in the living room if a fire starts in the laundry room, or hearing the alarm in your bedroom if something happens in the children’s room. This interconnected system significantly increases the chances of saving lives in the event of a fire!

Key Features

  • No Battery Changes Required: Equipped with a built-in lithium battery that lasts for 10 years.
  • 10-Year LifeLong-term protection*.
  • Wireless Pairing: Easily connect multiple alarms.
  • Expandable Network: Connect an unlimited number of devices to a mesh network**.
  • Optical Smoke Detector: Reliable and efficient smoke detection.
  • Simultaneous Alerts: When one alarm sounds, they all sound.
  • 200-Meter Range: Extensive coverage throughout your home.
  • Unique Energy-Saving Chip: Maximizes battery life.
  • Low Radiation: Safe for your home environment.
  • Interference-Free Frequency: Ensures reliable operation.

A smoke alarm should be replaced after 10 years as its ability to detect smoke diminishes over time.

* * We recommend a maximum of 12 units to achieve 10 years of battery life.

Description

Placement of the smoke alarm

  • For maximum protection, one unit should be placed in every room (not in the kitchen, bathroom, and garage).
  • For normal protection, place a smoke alarm in each bedroom, as well as one near the kitchen, and in multi-story homes, one on each floor in the stairwell.
  • For minimum protection, there should be one on each floor in the hallway between the bedrooms and other living areas. Place it as close to the living areas as possible and ensure that the alarm is clearly audible from the bedrooms.
  • It should not be placed in the kitchen/bathroom/garage as cooking fumes/steam/exhaust gases can trigger the alarm.
  • It should not be placed near ventilation openings