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What alarm do I have? Alarm Identification

Alarm Identification

Alarm identification can sometimes be difficult as some alarms can look quite similar, but there are a few ways that you can tell them apart. We have also highlighted a few of the most popular products.

Model number

The model number of each alarm and accessory is noted on the side of the product, along with the age and replace by date. You can type this number into the search bar above to find out all the details of your alarm.

Alarm Maintenance - Age & Replace & Alarm Life & Alarm Idenification

Identification by Range

Multi-Sensor Fire Alarms

These alarms are mains powered with 10 year rechargeable lithium cell back-up. They contain both a heat and optical sensor for total fire response. There are two different types – the new Ei2110e and the older model Ei2110

Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm – Ei2110e – compatible with RadioLINK+

Alarm Identification Ei2110e

Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm – Ei2110 – compatible with RadioLINK

Alarm Identification - Ei2110

Single Sensor Smoke & Heat Alarms

These alarm are mains powered with differing types of battery back up. There are three different alarm designs.

The 160e Series – mains powered with 10 year rechargeable Lithium cell back-up, compatible with RadioLINK+

Alarm Identification - 160e

The 160RC Series – mains powered with 10 year rechargeable Lithium cell back-up, compatible with RadioLINK (no longer available for purchase)

Alarm Identification - 160RC

The 140RC Series – mains powered with 9V Alkaline battery back-up, compatible with RadioLINK

Alarm Identification - 140RC

 

 Carbon Monoxide Alarms

These alarms are currently a different shape to smoke and heat alarms making them easier to identify.

Mains Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarms – Both these alarms are mains powered, with a 10 year rechargeable lithium cell back up and contain AudioLINK data extraction technology. The Ei261ENRC is a standalone unit, whilst the Ei262 is compatible with RadioLINK.

Alarm Identification Mains CO

 

Battery Powered Carbon Monoxide Alarms – These alarms contain a sealed in 10 year life lithium cell and have built in AudioLINK data extraction technology. The Ei208 is a standalone unit, whilst the Ei208W is upgradeable to RadioLINK+ with a Ei200MRF module. Also available in this range is the Ei208WRF with built-in RadioLINK+.

 

Alarm Identification Battery CO

 

 

 

 


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