Ei420 RadioLINK Repeater

  • Stand-alone unit designed for use with RadioLINK enabled alarms and accessories
  • Multiple Repeater RF signalling
  • Hard-wired input for Aico mains powered alarms
  • Cover to allow remote siting
  • Unique ‘House Code’ feature
  • Connects wirelessly with all other Aico wireless interconnection products
  • Visual RF transmission and power indicators
  • Mains powered with built-in rechargeable Lithium back-up
  • RF performance to EN 300220-3
  • EMC performance to EN 301489-3
  • 5 year guarantee
RadioLINK

Product Description

Ei420 RadioLINK Repeater is a stand-alone repeater module designed for use with RadioLINK enabled alarms and accessories, for use in installations that require additional signal coverage but where the installation of an additional alarm may not be suitable.  It is designed to be remotely sited and comes complete with its own cover.

It runs on 230V AC mains power and has built-in tamper-proof rechargeable Lithium cells that act as a battery back-up in the event of mains failure. These rechargeable Lithium cells are designed to have a minimum 10 year life and outlast the life of the module itself.

The module uses advanced transceiver and signal coding technology to ensure robust and reliable RF signalling.

Operation of the Ei420 RadioLINK Repeater

  • Received RadioLINK signals will be re-transmitted, increasing the possible number of barriers penetrated by the signal and contributing to multiple signal paths throughout the system.
  • The unit can be ‘House Coded’ by activating the ‘House Code’ switch. The indicator will flash red to indicate the number of units ‘learned’.
  • The indicator will illuminate green to show that mains power is present (this is overridden by any red flashes).
  • If the rechargeable back-up is depleted, the indicator will flash red every 10 seconds to indicate they need recharging.

Technical Specification

  • Compatible with RadioLINK enabled alarms and accessories.
  • Requires 230V AC mains power supply – Constant green LED indicates mains power is present.
  • Features built-in tamper-proof rechargeable vanadium pentoxide lithium standby cells, capable of lasting at least 10 years and powering the base initially for at least 2 months in the event of mains power failure. The cell manufacturer endorses a minimum 10-year life expectation for the rechargeable cells, which are activated by operating the battery switch inside the base.
  • Low back-up warning signal – LED indicator flashes red every 10 seconds to indicate that the lithium cells are depleted.
  • When installed, the unit will receive RadioLINK signals and re-transmit them. This can be useful in providing multiple RF signal paths to strengthen the RadioLINK system in difficult installations.
  • Radio Frequency: 868MHz band in accordance with R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC – This band has been designed for use with security products and only allows a 1% duty cycle, so continuous transmission and interference from external sources is extremely remote, and would be illegal.
  • Range: The type of building will be the major limiting factor e.g. the number and type of walls/ceilings that the radio signal has to pass through. As a guide, 3o metres should be the maximum distance between any of the RadioLINK units in the system.
  • Up to 20 RadioLINK units can be used in one system.
  • Units are in factory code mode when received (they will all communicate with each other). They must be ‘House Coded’ to eliminate the risk of adjacent properties communicating with each other. After ‘House Coding’ they will only communicate with other RadioLINK units coded at the same time.
  • House Code: Operate the ‘House Code’ switch on all RadioLINK units in the system. The green LED on the cover of the Ei420 will change to red and flash slowly, this indicates that it will receive the unique serial numbers being sent by all other RadioLINK units in ‘House Code’. The number of flashes of the LED indicates the number of units in the system. The Ei420 will return to normal standby mode automatically after 30 minutes . Pressing the ‘House Code’ switch again will return it to normal standby immediately.
  • A RadioLINK Manual Call Point, Ei407 and remote control switches, Ei450,Ei412, and Ei411H, are also available for use in the system.
  • The rpdocut is CE marked to indicate conformance to BS EN60065:1998 (Electrical Safety), EN300220-1 V1.3.1 (2000-09) (RF Performance), EN301489 V1.4.1 (2002-08) (EMC) and has been 3rd party tested for electrical safety in accordance with Annex K of BS 5446: Part 1: 2000.
  • Features 1 x 25mm trunking for surface wiring and centre knockout for recess wiring.
  • Ambient Temperature Range: 4°C to 40°C. Humidity Range: 0 to 90% relative humidity.
  • Dimensions: 140mm diameter x 27mm depth.
  • Weight inclusive of packaging: 220g.
  • 5 year guarantee.
  • Manufactured in Ireland.

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Ei420 Instructions

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Ei420 Data Sheet

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Ei420 RadioLINK Repeater is a stand-alone repeater module designed for use with RadioLINK enabled alarms and accessories, for use in installations that require additional signal coverage but where the installation of an additional alarm may not be suitable.  It is designed to be remotely sited and comes complete with its own cover.

It runs on 230V AC mains power and has built-in tamper-proof rechargeable Lithium cells that act as a battery back-up in the event of mains failure. These rechargeable Lithium cells are designed to have a minimum 10 year life and outlast the life of the module itself.

The module uses advanced transceiver and signal coding technology to ensure robust and reliable RF signalling.

Operation of the Ei420 RadioLINK Repeater

  • Received RadioLINK signals will be re-transmitted, increasing the possible number of barriers penetrated by the signal and contributing to multiple signal paths throughout the system.
  • The unit can be ‘House Coded’ by activating the ‘House Code’ switch. The indicator will flash red to indicate the number of units ‘learned’.
  • The indicator will illuminate green to show that mains power is present (this is overridden by any red flashes).
  • If the rechargeable back-up is depleted, the indicator will flash red every 10 seconds to indicate they need recharging.
  • Compatible with RadioLINK enabled alarms and accessories.
  • Requires 230V AC mains power supply – Constant green LED indicates mains power is present.
  • Features built-in tamper-proof rechargeable vanadium pentoxide lithium standby cells, capable of lasting at least 10 years and powering the base initially for at least 2 months in the event of mains power failure. The cell manufacturer endorses a minimum 10-year life expectation for the rechargeable cells, which are activated by operating the battery switch inside the base.
  • Low back-up warning signal – LED indicator flashes red every 10 seconds to indicate that the lithium cells are depleted.
  • When installed, the unit will receive RadioLINK signals and re-transmit them. This can be useful in providing multiple RF signal paths to strengthen the RadioLINK system in difficult installations.
  • Radio Frequency: 868MHz band in accordance with R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC – This band has been designed for use with security products and only allows a 1% duty cycle, so continuous transmission and interference from external sources is extremely remote, and would be illegal.
  • Range: The type of building will be the major limiting factor e.g. the number and type of walls/ceilings that the radio signal has to pass through. As a guide, 3o metres should be the maximum distance between any of the RadioLINK units in the system.
  • Up to 20 RadioLINK units can be used in one system.
  • Units are in factory code mode when received (they will all communicate with each other). They must be ‘House Coded’ to eliminate the risk of adjacent properties communicating with each other. After ‘House Coding’ they will only communicate with other RadioLINK units coded at the same time.
  • House Code: Operate the ‘House Code’ switch on all RadioLINK units in the system. The green LED on the cover of the Ei420 will change to red and flash slowly, this indicates that it will receive the unique serial numbers being sent by all other RadioLINK units in ‘House Code’. The number of flashes of the LED indicates the number of units in the system. The Ei420 will return to normal standby mode automatically after 30 minutes . Pressing the ‘House Code’ switch again will return it to normal standby immediately.
  • A RadioLINK Manual Call Point, Ei407 and remote control switches, Ei450,Ei412, and Ei411H, are also available for use in the system.
  • The rpdocut is CE marked to indicate conformance to BS EN60065:1998 (Electrical Safety), EN300220-1 V1.3.1 (2000-09) (RF Performance), EN301489 V1.4.1 (2002-08) (EMC) and has been 3rd party tested for electrical safety in accordance with Annex K of BS 5446: Part 1: 2000.
  • Features 1 x 25mm trunking for surface wiring and centre knockout for recess wiring.
  • Ambient Temperature Range: 4°C to 40°C. Humidity Range: 0 to 90% relative humidity.
  • Dimensions: 140mm diameter x 27mm depth.
  • Weight inclusive of packaging: 220g.
  • 5 year guarantee.
  • Manufactured in Ireland.

Ei420 Instructions

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Ei420 Data Sheet

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