The World’s smallest heat alarm!

The Cavius thermal heat alarm is designed for areas where a fire will be more flame and heat than smoke; areas such as kitchens, garages and workshops.

The aesthetically pleasing Thermal Heat Alarm has a 10 year long-life battery, 10 year warranty, a penetrating sound at 85dB(A) at 3 metres, a 10 minute pause option, 30 day low battery warning and uses the unique “smart clip” ceiling mechanism for installation.

The smoke sensor includes a push button switch. This button has the following functions:

• Hush – during an alarm condition this immediately silences the alarm when pressed. When the button is released, the alarm remains silenced for 10 minutes.

• Test – when not in alarm the sounder can be activated to provide a sensor OK test function. While the button is pressed, the audible and visible indicators areacti-vated if the sensor is OK.

Download specifications:


BATTERY TYPE:
3V CR123 Lithium battery, 1600mAh (non-replaceable).

BATTERY LIFE:
Minimum 10 year life in normal operating condition. (Based on a weekly testing).

LOW BATTERY INDICATION:
A short acoustic “beep” will sound and LED flash every 48 seconds when the voltage is below 2.85V. In this stage it will continue for minmum 30 days, and can drive the alarm for 4 minutes.

NORMAL OPERATION: 
LED flashes every 48 second for normal operation.

SOUND: 
Audible indicator min. 85 dB @ 3 meter.

SOUND PATTERN: 
Fire alarm condition is indicated by a series of three successive tones.

VISIBLE INDICATOR: 
A red LED is used to indicate the following conditions:
– Fire alarm condition is indicated by a flash every 0.5 seconds.
– Normal operation is indicated by a flash every 48 seconds.PRODUCT WEIGHT (GR): 
43 g (excluding screws, plugs and mounting base).

DIMENSION: 
The world’s smallest thermal Heat Alarm Device, diameter: 40mm Height: 40mm.

DETECTION: 
Gives alarm when temperature level rapidly increase and when temperature level >58°C.

APPROVALS: 
Tested according to EN54-5 EN 60065:2002
ROHS
REACH

AWARDS: 
Red Dot 2013 Design Awards
IF 2015 Design Award

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