What is the Smoke Detector?
On detection of smoke, the wireless optical smoke detector will raise two alarms. Firstly a local audible alarm and secondly a vital signal will be automatically sent to the Lifeline home units and other Tunstall telecare enabled systems. This in turn will immediately raise a call to the 24 hour monitoring centre and an experienced operator will alert the emergency services. Because the process is automatic and immediate, the risks to life and property are reduced. By using wireless technology, there is minimal disruption to fixtures and fittings during the installation process and detectors can be easily relocated should the need arise.
What are the Benefits of the Smoke Detector ?
- One battery – powers both the detector and radio transmission
- Auto low battery reporting – the detector supports ALB functionality
- 1 battery for life – supplied battery has an expected life of 10 years
- Accredited to EN14604:2009 – the latest standard for smoke detectors
How does the Smoke Detector work ?
When activated, the smoke detector transmits an alarm call via the dedicated European social alarm frequency to Tunstall telecare enabled systems. These will then automatically raise a call to the monitoring centre or carer to enable the recipient to
Who’s it for?
The smoke detector is for anyone who is at risk in their home and requiring additional peace of mind.