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Aico EI650RF Battery Powered Smoke Alarm RadioLINK Enabled with 10 year Lithium Battery

Aico EI650RF Battery Powered Smoke Alarm RadioLINK Enabled with 10 year Lithium Battery

This is the Ei Electronics Aico Ei650RF smoke detector complete with solid built-in Lithium 3V batte..

Model: EI650RF

£54.28 Ex. VAT

Aico Ei630i Heat Alarm Battery Powered (10-yr Lithium Battery) Compatible with AudioLINK+

Aico Ei630i Heat Alarm Battery Powered (10-yr Lithium Battery) Compatible with AudioLINK+

This is the Aico Ei630i Battery Heat Alarm complete with a 10-year Lithium battery. It is activated ..

Model: EI603

£22.75 Ex. VAT

Aico Ei660i Battery-powered Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm with Optical and Heat Sensors and Lithium Battery

Aico Ei660i Battery-powered Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm with Optical and Heat Sensors and Lithium Battery

Introducing the Aico Ei660i Battery-powered Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm with Optical and Heat Sensors av..

Model: EI660I

£33.61 Ex. VAT

Aico Ei660i Battery-powered Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm with RadioLINK+ and Lithium Battery

Aico Ei660i Battery-powered Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm with RadioLINK+ and Lithium Battery

Introducing the Aico Ei660i Battery-powered Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm with RadioLINK+ and Lithium Batt..

Model: EI660IRF

£72.96 Ex. VAT

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Aico RadioLINK Alarms and bases: doing the House-Coding right (Aico Tips)

These tips are ideal for the contractor who purchases the Aico Fire Alarms with RadioLINK integrated and is installing them, maintaining them, and testing them. Also, anyone who wants to know more about the Aico Fire Alarms and the innovative RadioLINK technology (wirelessly interconnecting the fire alarms in the building) will also find these tips very useful. Remember: the RadioLINK Alarms need to be coded together! There is always a chance that the house next door would also use the RadioLINK system and you don't want to trigger their alarm off whenever yours is! Please find below the tips and advices from Aico - via How Do I Test / Commission? RadioLINK Alarms / Bases - doing the House-Coding right! The RadioLINK units interconnect with each other using Radio-frequency signals - so no interconnect wiring is needed. To make sure that you don't have alarms in one house triggering the ones next door, you need to 'House-Code' the system. To do this, simply follow the steps below: Push a screwdriver into the 'House Code' slot on the side of the RadioLINK base Wait for the amber light (blue on Ei405 and Ei405TY models) on the side of the base to come on solidly. As soon as it does, pull the screwdriver out The amber light will start flashing to show it's looking for other units on the system. Repeat this process on all RadioLINK units in the system so that all amber lights are flashing Check that the number of flashes equals the number of RadioLINK units. For example, 3 units = 3 flashes, 4 units = 4 flashes etc. If the number of flashes is ok it shows they have all House-Coded together. Complete the coding by pushing a screwdriver into the 'House-Code' slot on the side of any one of the RadioLINK bases in the system. Wait for the amber light to come on solidly. As soon as it does, pull the screwdriver out. This will send a RadioLINK signal out to 'seal' the system. To show they have 'sealed', the amber lights will stop flashing on all other bases The alarms/bases have now been House-Coded. Soon we will post more information on how to test the alarms as per the 'RadioLINK Alarms/Bases - Testing' section at, How Do I Test / Commission section on the Aico website.Best RadioLINK Alarms

How do I test / commission the Aico RadioLINK Remote Control Switch or the Manual Call point?

This guide is a part of the Aico "How do I Test / Commission?" help - Aico guide to testing/commissioning hard-wired alarms/relays/switches/call points, RadioLINK alarms, bases, switches, call points, etc. Also, this article is a continuation of the, How do I Test / Commission my Aico Smoke / Heat Alarms? Consult this article to find out more about the simple steps you need to take in testing or commissioning the Aico Smoke / Heat Alarms. How do I test/commission the RadioLINK Remote Control Switch? Slide the yellow battery switch on the back of the switch to 'ON'; Press the red House-Code button; The red light on the front of the switch should come on; As soon as it does, release the switch; The red light on the front of the switch should start flashing. Put all other RadioLINK units into House Code. Check that the number of flashes equals the number of RadioLINK units. For example, 3 units = 3 flashes, 4 units = 4 flashes etc; After 15 minutes the switch will automatically stop flashing (showing it has 'sealed' the codes of the other units). Alternatively, the whole system can be sealed before this 15 minutes has passed by pressing the House-Code button again until the red light comes on solidly, then release. Finally, test the switch by flicking the 'Test' switch ON and checking that all alarms sound. How do I test/commission the RadioLINK Manual Call Point? Push the black key into the bottom of the call point until it clicks; Pull off the bottom half of the cover and unclip the white plate; Slide the yellow battery switch on the back to 'ON'; Press the red House-Code button; The red light on the front should come on, then go out; Screw the call point to the back box. Clip the white plate in and slide the bottom half of the cover back on; The red light on the front of the call point should start flashing once a second. Put all other RadioLINK units into House-Code. After 15 minutes the red light will automatically stop flashing (showing it has 'sealed' the codes of the other units). Test the call point by pressing the black dot until it clicks in and checking that all alarms sound. Reset the front plate using the key. Other articles introducing the different Aico Fire Alarms or Aico Heat Alarms - via the Fire Alarms section.Buy Aico Domestic Fire Alarms