RadioLINK+ uses radio frequency signals to link alarms together making installation quicker and easier.
Our award winning RadioLINK technology has also evolved into RadioLINK +. The 160e Series alarms and Multi-Sensor Fire alarm, Ei2110e can now interconnect wirelessly with other RadioLINK, RadioLINK + & SmartLINK alarms and accessories via this plug in module. The E100MRF just slots into the alarm and is automatically activated ready to be interconnected or ‘House Coded’ in with the rest of the system.
The Ei100MRF module simply plugs into the back of the 160e Series & Multi-Sensor Fire alarm, Ei2110e allowing wireless interconnection between enabled alarms and accessories.
With the introduction of the Ei100MRF RadioLINK+ module, the House Coding slot has now been moved onto the actual alarm making it easy to access and use. All the alarms can be House Coded in situ when installed.
RadioLINK+ has made it easier to expand existing systems. Previously, if you wanted to add another RadioLINK alarm or accessories into an existing RadioLINK system, each alarm would have to be manually put into House Code mode. With RadioLINK+ only one alarm in the existing system needs putting into Remote House Code mode along with the new alarm/accessory that needs adding.
At installation details of the system can be collected, such as number of units, types of alarms, location of alarms, Radio Frequency signal strength between alarms, serial numbers of the device and how long the alarm has been in operation.
Once the system has been set up, information can be accessed securely from within or outside a property if access is an issue. Event logs can be retrieved as many times as necessary and for each alarm on the system, retrieving data such as how many direct button tests have been performed and when, any issues with the battery and/or mains supply, Carbon Monoxide (CO) levels detected if a CO alarm is on the system, Radio Frequency signal strength between alarms, age of alarms and any alarm removed.
All the alarm data can be extracted securely and saved to a central location to be stored. Data extraction can take place again and again, building up a history of alarms systems in individual dwellings.
RadioLINK+ has an enhanced self-monitoring function that recognises system tampering or alarm head removal. Each alarm in the system will pair up with another alarm. At regular intervals, these two alarms will communicate with each other. If someone has removed Alarm 1 from its base, Alarm 2 will not get a response and log it into its memory and change its indicator light. It will also send an ‘Alarm Removed’ signal that can be used to trigger a warning to a third party device, e.g. a warden call or panel system, if connected to a module such as the Fire/CO Alarm Interface Ei414.
If you are planning on using any of the data extraction technologies available with RadioLINK+ you will also need to order the USB dongle (EiUSB1) and software for your computer.