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Aico Ei144e Heat Alarm Mains Powered with a 9V Alkaline Battery Back-up and Easi-fit Base (and RadioLINK option)

Aico Ei144e Heat Alarm Mains Powered with a 9V Alkaline Battery Back-up and Easi-fit Base (and RadioLINK option)

This is the Aico Ei144e Heat Alarm Mains Powered with RadioLink, 9V Alkaline Battery Back-up and Eas..

Model: EI144

£29.10 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 Ei3014 Heat Alarm with AudioLINK Technology and Fast Response Thermistor Heat Sensor

Aico Ei3014 Heat Alarm with AudioLINK Technology and Fast Response Thermistor Heat Sensor

The Aico Ei3014 is a heat alarm with a class A1 heat detection sensor which can be only be used as p..

Model: EI3014

£41.46 Ex. VAT

Aico Ei3024 Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm with Heat and Optical Smoke Sensor, with AudioLINK

Aico Ei3024 Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm with Heat and Optical Smoke Sensor, with AudioLINK

This is the Aico Ei3024 is a multi-sensor fire alarm with enhanced optical smoke sensor and automati..

Model: EI3024

£51.94 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

Aico Ei450 RadioLINK Alarm Controller for up to 12 Heat/Smoke/CO Alarms, with Test, Locate, Silence

Aico Ei450 RadioLINK Alarm Controller for up to 12 Heat/Smoke/CO Alarms, with Test, Locate, Silence

This is the Aico Ei450 RadioLINK / RadioLINK+ / SmartLINK alarm controller for controlling all the a..

Model: EI450

£46.57 Ex. VAT

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How Aico 3000 Series offers a Full Circle Protection with Intelligent Design

The Internet of Things (IOT) has many appliances in day-to-day life, but with Aico 3000 Series it could grant you one of the most crucial functions an appliance can: saving lives via the miracle of wireless interconnectivity. With the 3000 Series, Aico fuses cutting-edge intelligent design with SmartLINK and AudioLINK capability to create the most advanced alarm systems ever made. Available for all parties - landlords, contractors and residents alike - this is a comprehensive system that will save time and money, as well as ensuring maximum home fire safety. Intelligent design for intelligent protection: 'Full Circle Protection' offered by the Aico 3000 Series Full Circle Protection combines Fire and CO alarms and offers you all-encompassing protection: both in terms of initial fire protection and the analysis and monitoring of your fire alarm data. In 2018, Aico launched the 3000 Series of Fire and CO alarms, that included their innovative 'full circle' protection. The Managing Director of Aico stated that: The 3000 Series represents one of the most significant advances of the Aico product range in recent years. It's the coming together of the very latest alarm technologies ... we refer to the 3000 Series as having 'intelligent simplicity' - we've built intelligence in to every alarm.A prime example of Full Circle Protection is the Aico 3024 Multi-Sensor alarm from the 3000 Series. The Multi-Sensor technology in the Aico 3024 contains two types of sensors: heat and optical, that guarantee you a complete fire response. The infrared optical sensor is made of a bonded protective mesh that encapsulates the whole sensor to keep out potential contaminants such as dust and insects. This drastically reduces the risk of pesky and disruptive false alarms. The heat sensor includes a new thermistor which gives a quicker alarm response when the monitoring temperature rises, and will trigger at the dangerous temperature of 58 degrees.  The Ei3024 can be easily fitted with an Ei3000MRF module that enables wireless interconnection and data extraction, which brings us to two of the huge selling points of the Ei3024 and the 3000 Series: SmartLINK and AudioLINK.Buy Aico Multisensor Alarm How SmartLINK is integral to the Aico 3000 Series 'Full Circle Protection' ethos The SmartLINK is an extension of Aico's brilliant RadioLINK+ functionality, adding a whole new range of functions and features for your convenience in the IoT era. Once you have plugged in the Ei3000MRF module, you will receive all the benefits afforded to you by RadioLINK technology: no need for cable runs and alarms interconnected via Radio Frequency (RF). SmartLINK also offers ‘Remote House Coding’, making House Coding new alarms into the system even easier. House Coding simply ensures that when one alarm in the system is triggered, the rest are too, and a guide on how to set up a House Coding system can be found here.  With Remote House Coding, you can easily expand the reach of your home alarm system, and save time on installation as you can enter a unique code for each individual alarm directly onto the alarm itself. Other useful features for the SmartLINK include real-time configurable notifications, forecast alarm replacements, and maintenance and remote alarm learn entry (which allows the installer to reactivate the entire RF system House Code from a single device). How AudioLINK rounds off the 'Full Circle Protection' of the 3000 Series AudioLINK data extraction ensures that you can use data for unit reports, then sends an Alarms Status report delivered directly to your smart phone or tablet via a free app.  This useful Report includes alarms activations, sensor statuses, records of usage, battery and backup cell status, CO levels recorded, background levels of CO and advice on dust contamination levels. The Alarm Status Report provides evidence required for the maintenance of records that is required for private Landlords renting out properties within the UK. Data can be extracted from the AudioLINK alarm repeatedly, and information is stored for life, enabling re-checking of historic records; with report storage and sharing, all of your information can be emailed directly from your device to single or multiple addresses.  For Landlords, UPRN numbers, landlord details, and contractor details can be added to the report.  It can also be sent as a PDF report or a .csv file for integration with housing management and maintenance systems; ideal for a Landlord with multiple properties to check in on.Extraction of data can be done in 3 easy steps: press the alarm 3 times, allowing the alarm to emit a number of beeps which your phone will pick up, then the AudioLINK App will generate and display the Alarm Status Report.Buy Aico 3000 Series Fire AlarmsThe Aico 3000 Series is the most intelligent home alarm protection system out there Included in the 3000 Series is the Ei3018 CO alarm, Ei3016 Optical Smoke Alarm, the Ei3028 Heat and CO alarm and the Ei3014 Heat Alarm. The interconnectivity between the 3000 Series, made so simple by the Ei3000MRF module, means that you can comprehensively protect your property and stay informed at all times. Place an Ei3014 Heat Alarm in your kitchen or garage, an Ei3016 in your landing or hallway and an Ei3028 or Ei3024 in your bedroom, dining room or living room. They will all communicate via RF, and with SmartLINK and AudioLINK, will guarantee you Full Circle Protection. This intelligent IoT system will give you a complete overview of your fire-protection system. With full data extraction reports, underlying RadioLINK connectivity and real-time notifications straight to your mobile you'll be placed at ease, knowing the 3000 Series has you protected.

Fire Alarms: How do They Work, and Why are There So Many Types?

A common misconception a lot of people hold is that there is just "one kind of fire alarm", the kind that is stuck on the ceiling in the kitchen and makes a horrible noise when you burn the toast. But that isn't true; there are actually several different kinds of fire detectors, each with its own sensors, each with its own function. The three most common fire detectors found in domestic properties are the optical and ionisation type smoke detectors and the heat detector. Today, we'll try to explain how each of them works and where they work best. Ionisation Smoke Detectors Ionisation-type smoke detectors are the most inexpensive type of detector and probably the most common. The sensors release a tiny amount of radiation (around 1/5000th of a gram) to ionize the air inside the sensor. If there is a fire, ions in the smoke will attach themselves to the ions in the sensor and trigger the alarm. These types of sensor are usually quick to respond before the smoke gets too thick, which makes them great for use in the bedroom or living room, where they can safely ignore the dust and cigarette smoke. Note: if there is a risk of fire due to cigarettes, an optical sensor might be best. However, because of their general sensitivity to the non-visible byproducts of the fire, ionisation smoke detectors are not suited for use in the kitchen. The grill alone can trigger a false alarm when all you wanted was a delicious cheese toastie. Optical Smoke Detectors An optical smoke detector aims a thin beam of light at a specific point in the sensor. All around that point is photosensitive material which is not usually exposed to that light. However, when smoke gets into the sensor, the light is scattered onto the photosensitive material, and the alarm is triggered. These detectors are sensitive to slow-burning, smoldering fires such as when a piece of furniture ignites or when faulty electrical wiring overheats. On the other hand, a little bit of steam can cause a false alarm. So don't install these next to the bathroom; a hot shower could trigger the alarm exactly when you don't want it. Heat Detectors Generally speaking, a heat detector works in one of two ways: the heat sensor sounds the alarm when the temperature reaches a certain level, or the sensor measures how quickly the temperature is rising - too fast and the alarm is triggered. The Aico heat detectors offered at Sparks Electrical are calibrated to trigger an alarm when the local temperature reaches 58°C. They are best installed in the kitchen or the garage, but because they can be relatively slow to respond to a fire they should only be used as part of an interconnected fire alarm system that includes smoke detectors. We have a number of these smoke and heat detectors online and in our showroom, as well as a top-of-the-range multi-sensor device that combines optical and heat detection technology for installation almost anywhere in the house. There is no "one-size-fits-all fire alarm" that will be effective everywhere in your home: each type of sensor is suited to a specific use. If you're in need of a little more advice on fire alarm systems, particularly for corporate and industrial purposes where the regulations are different, feel free to come down to our showroom. We'll be happy to help you choose the right alarms for your purposes!Heat Detectors at Sparks