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We expressly recommend having this product installed by a certified specialist. The 12 V optical smoke detector reacts to visible smoke particles. If too much smoke enters its measuring chamber, an alarm is triggered. In the measuring chamber, an integrated infrared light source generates a light pulse every 8 seconds. Smoke particles from a fire change the light signal received by the light diode.
A relay trips and the alarm center reports a fire alarm. The 12 V optical smoke detector is mounted on the ceiling in the center of the room. The minimum distance to the side wall should be 30cm.
We recommend a separate smoke detector for each entrance area, staircase, living-room, and bedroom. By changing a jumper, you can configure the optical smoke detector as NO or as NC detector. It is therefore suitable for every wired alarm system. The smoke detector is supplied externally with 12V operating voltage and is EN54 certified.
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Thank you for purchasing this photo-electric smoke detector. You made the right decision in choosing this state-of-the-art technology, which complies with the current standards of domestic and European regulations. The CE has been proven and all related certifications are available from the manufacturer upon request. To maintain this status and to guarantee safe operation, it is your obligation to observe these operating instructions. Notes The smoke detector is used together with a burglar alarm system or fire hazard warning system. It is used in locations with low dust pollution residential buildings, offices or where thick smoke can be expected in the event of a fire such as smouldering furniture. The smoke detector reacts to smoke that reaches its smoke chamber.