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Aico Ei630RF Battery Heat Alarm with RadioLINK+, Interlinked Heat Detector

Model No. EI603RF by: Aico
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This is the Aico Ei630RF Battery Heat Alarm with RadioLINK+, Interlinked Heat Detector available at sparks. It is the new version of the heat detector. 

The Aico Ei630iRF is a battery-powered Heat Alarm, powered by a 10-year life sealed in a lithium cell. It is able to wirelessly interconnect with any other RadioLINK, RadioLINK+ and SmartLink products.

Please note: this item is non-returnable; due to the nature of this item, it has an electronic component and sensor, and we cannot take this item back for a refund as "unwanted".

Aico Ei630RF Battery Heat Alarm with RadioLINK+ - Features

  • Heat sensor – responds to heat build-up from large flaming fires (triggers at 58°C)
  • 10-year lithium battery powered
  • A large test button and twist on base with an anti-tamper locking option.
  • RadioLINK+ wireless interconnection
  • Kitemarked to BS 5446-2:2003
  • 5-year manufacturer guarantee

Aico Ei630RF Battery Heat Alarm with RadioLINK+ - Specs

  • Battery-powered heat alarm with RadioLINK+ ideal for kitchens and garages
  • Fast response thermostat that activates when temperatures reach 58°C
  • 10-year sealed lithium battery
  • Can be wirelessly interconnected with up to 12 wireless interconnect products
  • Full system data extraction including installation system details, event longs, battery status, and more
  • Easy to fit twist on base and multi-fixings supplied
  • Only powered when connected to the base to prevent energy waste prior to installation
  • Test button to test sensor, electronics, and horn
  • Large, central hush button to silence the alarm
  • Multicoloured LED indication
  • Voltage: 3V
  • Battery capacity: 2,000mAh
  • Height: 55mm
  • Depth: 115mm
  • Warranty: 5 years manufacturer warranty
  • BSI Kitemark to indicate type testing to BS 5446-2: 2003.
  • Indicator: Red – Power Up, Alarm, Silence Mode, Fault / Blue – RF transmission
  • Technology: RadioLINK+ and AudioLINK+
  • Temperature range: -10 to 40°C
  • Humidity Range: 15 to 95 %
  • Dimensions: 64mm (d) x 122mm (h) x 122mm (w)
  • RF Range: >100 meters in free air
  • RF Frequency (MHz): 868.499
  • Battery type: Lithium primary
  • Weight inclusive of packaging: 259g
  • Manufactured in Ireland

Aico Ei630RF Battery Heat Alarm with RadioLINK+ - Questions and Features

Where Should the Ei630iRF Battery Heat Alarm be Sited?

The Ei630iRF Heat Alarm is powered by a lithium primary battery and is activated by heat from a fire, not smoke. This makes it ideal for kitchen installations where smoke alarms are prone to nuisance alarms. The thermistor will trigger the alarm when the activation temperature of 58ºC is reached.

Built-in RadioLINK+ Technology

The Ei630iRF Heat Alarm has built-in RadioLINK+ technology and is able to wirelessly interconnect with any other RadioLINK products.

Built-in AudioLINK+ Technology

This second iteration of the award-winning AudioLINK technology makes it simple to get real-time data from the Ei630iRF Heat Alarm via the AudioLINK+ app. The App generates a simple-to-read colour-coded report giving information on a range of alarm data, such as alarm activations, sensor status and record of testing.

Battery and Lifespan

The Ei630iRF is a battery-powered Heat Alarm that contains a sealed-in lithium battery that will last for the full 10-year life of the alarm.

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Test-it Tuesday: Check your Smoke Alarms and Carbon Monoxide Alarms today!

Every Tuesday there's a great reminder hashtag via Twitter, which is #TestitTuesday. From the different local fire departments to the responsible electricians and the Electrical Safety First, everyone reminds you: test your fire alarm, smoke alarm, or Carbon Monoxide alarm! We all follow quite a wide range of people on twitter or on Facebook, but what is warmly recommended is to follow your local police department, your local fire department, and the Electrical Safety First, all of which inform you of emergency and useful information you need to know. A regular testing of your alarm or those of family and friends will provide you with the peace of mind that, should a fire start, you will be warned ahead of time and you can escape. This is the basic idea behind the #TestitTuesday, and every Tuesday we test the alarms and we spread the word! Test-it Tuesday - It's time to Check your Smoke Alarms! It only takes a minute (or less) to test your smoke alarm, fire alarm, or carbon monoxide alarm: you simply have to press the button on the surface of the alarm for peace of mind! Most smoke alarms and CO alarms come with a 10-year battery backup, and it will take quite a while until these need to be changed; what is needed, though is the periodical testing of the alarm to make sure it works. It is good to test your Carbon Monoxide alarm and Smoke alarm today, for the working alarms can save lives - and the life they could save can be your own! Simply by pushing the button on the smoke alarm could double your chances of survival, and it is recommended to do it every week. Since today is Tuesday - why not make it #TestitTuesday and test your alarm today! If the smoke alarm works, it saves lives; but if it doesn't work, lives may be in danger.Buy Aico Firee Alarms at Sparks How do I Test my Alarms? Advice from Aico A very frequently asked question is, I want to test my alarm, but how do I do it? Aico has a very helpful video explaining what needs to be done when you test your smoke alarm or CO alarm. Simply put, you can press the button in the middle for 10 seconds with your finger, or if you have an alarm controller, you can press the Test button. Similarly, you can test your alarms via the Aico Ei529RC/Ei410 fire alarm control switch by pressing the appropriate button. Tips for Testing the Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Every smoke alarm, fire alarm, and CO alarm has to be tested regularly to make sure they work properly. There has to be a working smoke alarm on every level in the house. Don't put it off: why not setting up a reminder on your phone that, when you know you're home, you test your alarm - and do it #TestitTuesday Be safe when you test the alarm: make sure you use a solid ladder or chair to reach the smoke alarm or CO alarm and test it. A smoke alarm will alert you at the earliest stage of a fire, giving you vital extra time to escape. Make sure you have one fitted on every floor of your home and test it every Tuesday! A carbon monoxide alarm will detect the colorless, odorless, and tasteless CO that may leak, and it will let you know when there's a risk. Test your CO alarm weekly! Clean the CO alarm / smoke alarm by gently wiping them with a cloth or with a soft vacuum brush, as dust can clog the alarms. Better safe than sorry! TestitTuesday for your elderly relatives or friends: why not make sure that they are safe too? If you don't have a smoke alarm, we recommend the RadioLINK enabled Aico smoke alarms which can wirelessly interconnect with similar alarms around the house. Find them here. What is a Carbon Monoxide alarm, what is Carbon Monoxide, and how can we get one? - read here more. Photo credit: ElecSafetyFirst here.

more new 9V battery powered Aico Professional Heat / Smoke Alarms

We have recently added to our catalog online a new range of battery-powered professional Aico fire alarms. These use a 9V Lithium cell/battery and can be upgraded to be used with the other RadioLINK fire alarms in the house. The battery is a 10year Lithium cell which will outlast the useful lifespan of the alarm! All these battery-powered alarms come with early detection to all the standard domestic fire types, and they have a built-in high audibility warning sounder. They are very easy to install (twist-on-base design) and test (large and easy-to-use test/hush button). As to the aspect, they are aesthetically pleasing and has a compact design. Do people prefer the Battery Powered Alarms? Many times people prefer to simply install a battery-powered Aico Professional alarm simply because they don't want to pay the electrician to come and install the alarm. More and more these 9V Fire Alarms / Smoke Alarms are becoming popular in the domestic environment since it offers you the possibility of "sticking the alarm on the ceiling" without wiring it up! Take a look at the different battery-powered alarms from Aico to have an impression of which one do you need for your home:The Aico Ei603 range of 9V alkaline battery-powered heat alarms, is ideal for kitchen;The Aico Ei605 Lithium battery-powered optical smoke alarm, is ideal for kitchen use; The Aico Ei3100 range of 9V battery-powered heat alarm with RadioLINK wireless integration with the other alarms in the house; The Aico Ei3103RF 9V heat alarm with RaioLINK wireless integration, alkaline battery powered heat alarm; The Aico Ei3015RF optical smoke alarm, battery powered, using the RadioLINK wireless interconnection.Please note: some of these alarms are no longer available; see the current interlinked alarms available at Spaks. Battery-Powered Alarms at Sparks


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