Login:
Sorted: Name ↑   Downloads   Rate   Size ↑  

Aico Residential Fire Detection RFD

downloaded: 1File size: 1 mb    Manafacture: Aico  
Category: Alarms

The company has built up a wealth of experience over more than 30 years and is now by far the UK’s leading supplier of smoke alarms for residential use, as well as the first choice supplier for local authorities and housing associations throughout the UK. Ongoing commitment to research and development has enabled Ei Electronics to achieve many significant industry firsts: it was first to obtain the BSI Kitemark on the entire range of harmonised 9 Volt and mains powered smoke alarms; first to off

Aico New 160 Series 160 Series

downloaded: 0File size: 1 mb    Manafacture: Aico  
Category: Alarms

Various options are offered in order that specifiers and end users can select the ideal product for every individual installation with regard to the building and its occupants. All options offer value for money, unprecedented ease for the installer and aesthetically pleasing designs. Our new RadioLINK product is the ultimate solution as it provides for wireless interconnection of the alarms and achieves 'best practice installations' in the easiest and most economical way. The UK Market Leader As

Aico Ei261ENRC

downloaded: 3File size: 272 kb    Manafacture: Aico  
Category: Alarms

In the case of CO the premises should be by opening doors and windows. The user should call the gas supplier etc. In the case of fire, doors and windows should be closed to slow the spread of fire. The user should call the fire brigade etc. 5. TESTING 1. Regularly check that the green mains power light is on. The unit cannot detect CO if the mains power is off and the rechargeable battery back-up is depleted. (If it is off check circuit breakers, fuses, wiring etc). 2. Test the unit weekly by pr

Aico Ei261DENRC

downloaded: 0File size: 272 kb    Manafacture: Aico  
Category: Alarms

12 B16132-R0-7/11/07 11:52 AM Page 13 1 to 3 m 1 to 3 m DEAD AIR DON'T LOCATE HERE CO Alarm Figure 1. Location in room with a fuel burning appliance - 1 to 3m from appliance - Ceiling 300mm (min) from walls - Wall 150mm vertically down from ceiling 300mm 150mm 13 B16132-R0-7/11/07 11:52 AM Page 14 300mm CO Alarm Figure 2. Location in rooms with sloped ceilings - 300mm from apex of ceiling - High side of the room CO Alarm approx 1 to 2m Figure 3. Location in bedroom & rooms remote from the applia

Aico Ei176RF

downloaded: 0File size: 106 kb    Manafacture: Aico  
Category: Alarms

Aico's range of alarms for the deaf and hearing impaired are the only units currently manufactured by an experienced European smoke alarm supplier. They are also available with RadioLINK wire free radio signal technology, for ease of installation. System Features & Benefits • Control panel with rechargeable battery back-up, mains power supply lead and 13 amp Plug • High intensity integral strobe light • Auxiliary socket for connection of additional optional strobe lights • Vibrating pad for plac

Aico Ei169RF

downloaded: 0File size: 106 kb    Manafacture: Aico  
Category: Alarms

Supplied with locking plug and 2m of cable. Vibration Pad Socket: Locking socket (JST type VHR-2N) provided for vibration pad. Output 12V/200mA is pulsed in alarm for greater effect. Wiring is monitored - if vibration pad is not connected or if it is open circuit the strobe will flash. • Green mains indicator illuminates to show mains power is present • Red battery indicator flashes when mains power is off to show that the unit is running on battery only power. The red indicator goes off when th

Aico Ei Ei168RC

downloaded: 0File size: 499 kb    Manafacture: Aico  
Category: Alarms

Ensure the alarm operates correctly - see “TESTING & MAINTAINING YOUR ALARM” section on page 4 of the USER INSTRUCTIONS. 13 B16008-R0-160RC SERIES-U&C 17/1/07 11:13 AM Page 13 4.2 Interconnecting Alarms Note: A maximum of twelve Ei141/144/146/161RC /164RC/166RC Smoke or Heat Alarms may be interconnected along with an Ei128R pattress with relay (see “ACCESSORIES” section on page 15). If you wish to connect more than twelve alarms contact your local distributor (see page 16 for details). Systems u

Aico Ei Ei166RC

downloaded: 0File size: 499 kb    Manafacture: Aico  
Category: Alarms

(Excessive dust and debris from building work can contaminate the smoke chamber or heat sensor and cause problems, it will also invalidate the guarantee). If it must be installed, first cover it completely, particularly around the edges, with a dust cover (eg. with the elasticated cover supplied or a plastic bag), until all cleaning is finished. The Alarm must not be connected when the house wiring insulation is being checked with high voltages. i.e. Do not use a high voltage insulation tester o

Aico Ei Ei164RC

downloaded: 0File size: 499 kb    Manafacture: Aico  
Category: Alarms

REMOVE ALARM LOCATE THE ARROW ON THE FRONT FACE OF THE ALARM. THE SLOT IS LOCATED DIRECTLY ABOVE THE ARROW. INSERT SCREWDRIVER E PUSH AWO WITH THE SCREWDRIVER STILL INSERTED, PUSH THE LOWER HALF OF THE ALARM AWAY FROM THE SCREWDRIVER, IN THE DIRECTION OF THE ARROW ON THE COVER LOCATE REMOVAL SLOT APPROX. 1cm INTO THE CENTRE OF THE REMOVAL SLOT INSERT A FLAT-BLADED SCREWDRIVER HORIZONTALLY TO REMOVSCREWDRIV& PUSH COVEER INTOSLR AY 3 B16008-R0-160RC SERIES-U&C 17/1/07 11:13 AM Page 3 2. HOW MANY A

Aico Ei Ei161RC

downloaded: 0File size: 499 kb    Manafacture: Aico  
Category: Alarms

2 Some Fire Authorities recommend that both Ionisation and Optical Smoke Alarms should be fitted for the fastest response to all types of fires. 3 Some Fire authorities (concerned with the slow response of Heat Alarms) advise that Smoke Alarms should be fitted. This is acceptable according to BS 5839-6 provided there are clearly not going to be problems with nuisance alarms. Fit Heat Alarms only if nuisance alarms are very likely and it is acceptable that a warning will only be given by the Heat





Category