Brooks 10 Year battery powered With Wireless Interconnect

Brooks
287.38 AUD
278.30 AUD - 2 or more
276.49 AUD - 3 or more
275.28 AUD - 4 or more

The EIB650iCRF photoelectric smoke alarm is best for detecting slow, smouldering fires commonly associated with modern day homes.

The EIB650iCRF is powered by a non-rechargeable, non-replaceable, lithium battery designed to last 10 years (the life of the alarm).

The alarm is upgraded to Include RadioLINK™ wireless interconnection and can connect with up to 12 alarms. When interconnected, an alarm activation on one alarm will trigger all other interconnected alarms (only the triggered alarm will flash the red indicator).

A unique house-coding feature prevents the system from communicating with other nearby RadioLINK™ systems.

*Make sure you do NOT select this type if you have a hard wired 240volt already in place* 

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WARRANTY: 2-Year

QUEENSLAND

From January 1, 2017 every Queensland residence will need to be fitted with photoelectric, interconnected smoke alarms in all bedrooms, as well as hallways of residences.

Any smoke alarm being replaced after January 1, 2017 must be a photoelectric smoke alarm.

All houses being built or significantly renovated will need to comply with the smoke alarm legislation upon completion after January 1, 2017.

All houses leased or sold will need to meet compliance after five years and all owner-occupied private dwellings will need to comply with the legislation within 10 years.

These smoke alarms must be:

  • 240V mains powered interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms
  • Photoelectric smoke alarms that are powered by a sealed 10-year lithium battery and have the capability to wirelessly interconnect between each alarm
  • Approved to AS3786:2014
     

Smoke Alarms installed in Queensland after 1st January 2017 must be AS3786:2014 compliant with some exceptions; Building approvals issued before 1 Jan 2017 and in non-regulatory installation can continue to use AS3786:1993 compliant products.

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