Supplied as a pack of 10 units, the thermoptek smoke alarm is ideal for installing throughout the property for effective smoke detection and warning.
Featuring a "toast-proof" sensor, the ST-622 thermoptek alarm is also suitable for installing near kitchens, being less likely than a traditional ionisation smoke alarm to sound falsely if cooking fumes were present.
Using the latest optical sensing technology with thermal enhancements, the 10 year battery thermoptek smoke alarm responds quickly to both slow smouldering and fast-flaming fires. Please note that only dedicated heat alarms should be used inside kitchens where required.
The ST-622 thermoptek smoke alarm features a central test/reset button that not only tests the functionality of your alarms, it can also 'smart silence' nuisance alarms for ten minutes before returning to full sensitivity. An additional benefit is the 'sleep easy' function, which allows you to silence the audible end of life chirp for a period of 8 hours when it is inconvenient to change the alarm e.g. at night. The alarm will continue to detect smoke during this time. It is recommended that the alarm should be replaced within 7 days once the end of life chirp commences.
Ideal for installing where smoke alarm tampering may be a problem, or for properties with high ceilings, the ST-622 thermoptek smoke alarm is fitted with a sealed lithium battery, designed to last the life of the alarm - 10 years. The battery cannot be removed during its 10 year lifespan, ensuring the alarm is continuously powered without having to change the battery annually. The thermoptek smoke alarm is the alarm of choice for the UK's Fire and Rescue Service, and is BSI Kitemarked to BS EN 14604.
This is the technical data for the 10 x 10 Year Thermally Enhanced Optical Smoke Alarm - FireAngel ST-622.
|Battery Type||Sealed lithium|
|Battery Life||10 Years|
|Sounder Outputs||85dB at 3 metres|
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Rating: 5 / 5 Stars
Good idea to have a multi options
Published on: 30th November -0001