- Model: SH-01
- Sensor: Heat
- Operating Voltage: 9V-16V DC
- Operating Current(typical): 15mA
- Operating Temperature: -100C ~ + 550C
- Storage Temperature: -200C ~ + 800C
- Maximum Humidity: 95% non-condensing
- Green LED Light Instructions: Green: Correct work (flash once every 8 seconds) Red: Alarm
- Contact Tolerance: Alarm relay 24VDC/50mA
- To Prevent False Positives: Digital microprocessor and digital signal processing techniques to detect patterns
- Case Material: ABS fireproof material
- The Application of Environmental: Bars, public places
- Security Tab Color: Green
- Size: Approx. 8.5cm / 3.3in(Dia.)
- Built-in drift compensation reduces false alarms
- Field replaceable optical chamber makes servicing easy
- Small, low-profile design blends in with any environment
- The smoke heat detector provide a visual trouble indication if they drift out of sensitivity range or fail internal diagnostics
- The smoke heat detector is designed to reduce false alarms from dust, insects, RFI and external light
- The smoke heat detector features small and low-profile design, blends in with any environment
- The combustible gas detector adopts advanced gas-sensitive semiconductor sensor to ensure high stability and long life
Why Do We Need a Smoke Detector?
The most important reason is that most fatal home fires occur at night, while people are asleep. Gases and smoke from a fire in your home can numb the senses in a very short time. Every home needs a device that can wake people up in time to escape from a fire. Almost every day, a smoke detector saves somebody's life. That's why Illinois law and the Elmhurst City Code require smoke detectors in all homes, hotels and apartments. Of all the low-cost fire-alarm devices you can buy, your fire department considers smoke detectors the most effective
Where and how should we Install The Smoke Detector?
- To install them in most cases, all you need is a screwdriver and a drill.. A detector that plugs into a wall outlet must have a restraining device so that the plug cannot accidentally be pulled from the wall.
- Detectors can also be hard-wired into the electrical system. But never hard-wire a detector to a circuit that can be turned off at a wall switch. Smoke rises, so, each detector should be mounted high on a wall or on the ceiling to detect smoke as soon as possible.
- For a wall-mount, the top of the detector should be 4 to 12 inches from the ceiling. For a ceiling mount, the detector should be placed at least 4 inches from any wall. In a room with a high-pitched ceiling, mount the detector on or near the ceiling's highest point.
- Don't install a detector near a window, door or air register where drafts could impair the detector operation.
- Locate a basement smoke detector close to the stairway leading to the floor above. But don't install the detector at the top of the basement stairs: dead air space near the door may prevent smoke from reaching the detector
What Are The Basic Rules for Using Smoke Detectors?
- One of the most important inventions of modern times is the smoke detector. They are inexpensive and rather easy to install. The following rules are important
- First install a smoke detector within 15 feet of all sleeping areas(Ideally, a smoke detector should be installed in every room.)
- Install a smoke detector on each level of your home. Smoke detectors are also recommended in laundry and furnace rooms
- Smoke detectors run on batteries in most cases. The battery should be checked weekly and replaced when the battery becomes low, minimally, 2 times a year when you change your clocks. NEVER remove the battery without replacing it
- NEVER use a smoke detector battery for other uses. Nothing can be more important than an operable smoke detector
- 1 x Antifog Design Style Smoke & Heat Detector