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The smoke/heat detection alarm detects dangerous temperature and smoke levels — which could go unnoticed by you and your family
First responders are automatically alerted – unlike non-monitored detectors that could let fire or CO spread if you’re in the yard, at work, or just don’t notice early warnings.
Loud notifications wake you day or night for
Don’t forget about pets. Ensure the safety of your beloved canines and felines with a swift response from the fire department.
A decade-long lifespan on smoke and CO sensors provides lasting protection. Low battery and end-of-life notifications help ensure detection is always in working order.
The smoke detector alerts occupants of the room by activating the built-in 85db alarm buzzer and flashing LED light when smoke or temperature exceeding 57°C (135°F) are detected.
At the same time, it transmits a coded signal to the control panel
to activate the system siren, alerting the end user and/or central
monitoring station to send onsite assistance.
As a wireless device, it offers home and business owners more
choice in terms of installation, including locations in which wiring is difficult or impossible.
Maintenance is also made easy, with audio and visual sensitivity
degradation indicators notifying when cleaning or replacement of the detector is required.
the PG9936 features mutli-channel frequency hopping to help prevent frequency blocking and interference. It also uses 128 bit AES encryption to provide protection against analysis tools and digital attacks.
Another preventive measure this contains is a back tamper in case someone tries to remove it from its mounting position
|Battery Type||3 AAA batteries||Battery Life||3 years (typical use)|
|Dimensions||Diameter: 5 in (12.5 cm)
Height: 2.5 in (6.3 cm)
|Weight||8.75 oz (243 g)|
|Operating Environment||Indoors||Thermal Sensor||135°F fixed heat|
|Audible Signal||85 dB||Operating Temperature Range||4.4 - 38°C (40 - 100°F)|
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