Ei Electronics Ei151TL manuale

Ei Electronics Ei151TL
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ALL INTERCONNECTED ALARMS OPERATE WHEN
EACH TEST BUTTON IS PRESSED FOR 10 SECONDS.
REMOVE UNIT FROM MOUNTING PLATE BY RE
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LEASING CATCH AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 1, SWITCH OFF
MAINS FIRST.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE ALARM AS IT IS PER
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MANENTLY SEALED FOR SAFETY.
IONISATION ALARMS (Ei151TL & Ei150 ONLY) WILL
BEEP EVERY 40 SECONDS FOR 10 MINUTES AFTER
POWER-UP IF THE HUSH BUTTON WAS PRESSED IN
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ADVERTENTLY (PRESS TEST BUTTON TO CANCEL).
LOCATING ALARMS
SMOKE ALARMS
Sufficient smoke must enter the Smoke Alarm before it will re
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spond. The Smoke Alarm needs to be within 7.5 metres (25 ft) of
the fire to respond quickly. It also needs to be in a position where
its alarm can be heard throughout your home, so it can wake the
occupants in time for all to escape. A single
Smoke Alarm will
give some protection if it is properly installed, but most homes
will require two
or more to ensure that a reliable early warning is
given. For maximum protection you should put individual
Smoke Alarms in all the rooms where fire is most likely to break
out, (apart from kitchens etc. see Locations to Avoid).
A Smoke Alarm should be located between the sleeping area
and the most likely sources of fire (living room or kitchen for ex
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ample), But it should not be more than 7.5 metres (25 ft) from
the door to any room where a fire might start, and block the es
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cape route from the house.
Important: This Smoke Alarm is designed for a single occu
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pancy in a residential type environment.
HEAT ALARMS
The Heat Alarm gives a fire warning when the temperature at the
unit reaches 58° C. It is ideal for kitchens, garages, boiler
houses and other areas where there are normally high levels of
fumes, smoke or dust i.e. places where Smoke Alarms cannot
be installed without the risk of excessive nuisance alarms. A
Heat Alarm should only be used in a room adjoining an escape
route, in conjunction with Smoke Alarms on the escape routes.
All the Heat Alarms and Smoke Alarms should be intercon
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nected to ensure the early warning will be heard, particularly by
somebody sleeping. A properly designed early warning fire sys
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tem ensures the alarm is given before the escape routes be
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come blocked with smoke. Therefore there must be Smoke
Alarms along the escape routes as Heat Alarms would not give
sufficient warning. However, a fire in a closed room (e.g.
kitchen) adjoining the escape route, can eventually cause the
corridor to become smoke-logged due to smoke leaking out
from around the door before adequate warning can be given by
detectors in the corridor. (Smoke leaking out from a room is of
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ten cool and slow moving so it can take a long time to rise to the
ceiling, and travel to a detector which could be some distance
away). A Heat Alarm in the closed room will give early warning of
fire in that room and help overcome this problem.
Figure 2 illustrates where Heat Alarms and Smoke Alarms
should be located in a typical two storey house. Note the spac
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ings in “Recommended Protection” which ensure the early de
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tection of fire and that warning will be heard.
Locate Heat Alarms in rooms adjoining or on escape routes -
kitchens, garages, boiler houses etc. where Smoke Alarms are
unsuitable. Install within 5.3m (17 feet) of potential sources of
fire.
Single Storey Dwelling.
If the Home is on one level (a bungalow or mobile home for ex
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ample) you should put the first Smoke Alarm in a corridor or hall
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way between the sleeping and living areas. Place it as near to
the living area as possible, but make sure you can hear it loudly
enough to wake a person in the bedrooms. (for example, see fig
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ure 3)
If the bungalow is very large and the corridor or hallway is more
than say 15 metres (50 ft) long, one Smoke Alarm will not be suf-
ficient. This is because no matter where it is located it will be
more than 7.5 metres from potential fires.
In houses with more than one sleeping area, Smoke Alarms
should be placed between each sleeping area and the living
area.
Multi Storey Dwellings
If the home is on more than one level the best place for the first
Smoke Alarm is in the downstairs hallway near the stairs. This is
because smoke is likely to be detectable in the hallway before it
reaches the upstairs landing and bedrooms. The second Smoke
Alarm should be upstairs, because the downstairs Smoke Alarm
is unlikely to detect the smoke from a fire in a bedroom upstairs
(see figure 2).
Maximum Protection
For maximum protection you should put individual Smoke Alarms
in all the rooms where fire is most likely to break out (apart from the
locations to avoid, mentioned below). Ensure that they are all in
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terconnected. The living room is the most likely place for a fire to
start at night, followed by the kitchen and then the dining room.
You should also consider putting Smoke Alarms in any bedrooms
where fires might occur, for instance, where there is an electrical
appliance such as an electric blanket or heater, or where the occu
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pant is a smoker. You could also consider putting Smoke Alarms
in any rooms where the occupant is unable to respond very well to
a fire starting in the room, such as an elderly or sick person or a
very young child.
Checking you can hear the Smoke & Heat Alarms
With the Alarm sounding in its intended location, check you are
able to hear it in each bedroom with the door closed, above the
Figure 3
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PAGE 2,3,4&5
B12931
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Single Storey Dwelling with Recommended Protection
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Sealing
Gasket
Figure 1
SLIDE
OFF
Tamper proof
Catch
Mounting
Plate
See Figures2&3
Minimum protection
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Smoke Alarms located on:-
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on each storey
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every 7.5 metres (25 ft) of hallways
and escape routes.
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within 3m (10ft) of all bedroom doors.
- Interconnect all Alarms -
Maximum protection
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Smoke alarms located as above plus:
·
All rooms (except bathroom, shower
rooms & kitchens).
Heat Alarms located in kitchens,
garages, boiler rooms etc. within 5.3m
(17ft) of potential fire sources.
Recommended Protection
Multi Storey Dwelling with Recommended Protection
Figure 2
BEDROOM
BEDROOM BEDROOM
KITCHEN
DINING
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