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Firehawk FHH10W Series Wireless Battery Heat Alarm
Firehawk FHH10W series battery operated heat alarms have a 10-year life complete with Advanced ThErmistor Protection including Wireless Interlink. The high performing wireless interlink alarm is used and recommended by the UK Fire and Rescue Services. The alarm is specially designed for easy installation and have the same quality as FHH10 heat alarms. In addition, the alarm features a silence button, audible low battery warning plus, an end of alarm life indicator. The FHH10W series is compatible for use with the FH700HIA sensory alarm system.
FEATURES and BENEFITS:
10-year Heat alarm
Advanced Thermistor Protection
Intelligent Wireless interlink technology – battery operated
Audible low battery warning
Alarm life indicator
Compatible with Firehawk FH700HIA sensory Alarm
Recommended by the UK Fire and Rescue Services
Note RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE UK FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICES
Standards BS 5446-2:2003
Stand Alone Fire Alarms
A comprehensive range of battery operated smoke alarms all carrying the BS Kitemark and compliance with BS5446:Pt1:1990. They are suitable for BS5839:Pt6:1995 Fire Systems grade F.
Suitable for new buildings to allow conformity to
building regulations. Each unit features an 85dB at 3m internal alarm and interconnection
facility which allow the sensing unit to trigger up to 11 other detectors, for
added safety and particularly when one unit might not be heard in a large
building or from behind closed doors.
The unit causing the alarm also has an indicator to show the source. Each unit has a green continuous LED to indicate mains present.
These products can also be fitted using the surface mounting kits. A relay output option is also available to allow for triggering of remote indicators or other communication/alarm systems. All units are supplied complete with instructions.
290-3816 = 12V Operating Voltage with Relay Output.
one alarm on each floor of the house
Max. 7.5m between alarms and no more than 3m from bedroom doors
Alarms can be wired off lighting circuits if the alarm has its own backup supply
Locate as close as possible to centre of ceiling, away from light fitting
Alarms must be kept clean at all times and particularly whilst building work or decoration is in progress
properties are required by the Building Regulations to have installed mains
powered smoke alarms. Refurbished properties and small commercial premises may
also be required to install mains operated alarms.
BS5839:Pt.6:1995 acknowledges that all three types of detection i.e. ionisation, optical and heat detection, need to be considered depending on the installation circumstances. It is also recommended that some form of back-up is used in the event of mains failure.
Optical alarms are recommended for use in circulation spaces such as landings and hallways. Ionization alarms are more appropriate for use in living rooms and fixed temperature heat alarms are designed for use in kitchens and garages. All alarms must be interconnected using 3 core and earth cable.
Mains Powered Interconnect able