Meet the Cavius Family: mains powered smoke alarm

In pure Cavius cone shape design, the Cavius mains powered smoke alarm device 110-230V AC is featuring a wireless interlink and CR2 Lithium battery back-up. You can connect the alarm to other Cavius Wireless Alarm Family range using the easy to connect learn switch, placed on the back of the alarm.

Divided in two major parts, the smoke alarm unit and the power supply unit, it can be installed in a base on the ceiling or directly in a conduit box in the ceiling.

Cavius mains powered smoke alarm can work as a lamp outlet or lamp hook, to avoid an extra spot on the ceiling. The alarm is designed with a built in slot for vacuuming the smoke chamber from distance. Furthermore, the test button is incorporated in the top which makes it easy to test during vacuuming.

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BATTERY TYPE:
Replaceable Duracell CR2 back up battery.

BATTERY LIFE:
Minimum 10 years life of back up battery

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: 
Red LED flashes every 48 second for normal operation. Green LED shows mains power on.

SOUND: 
Audible indicator min. 85 dB @ 3 meter in anechoic chamber.

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

VISIBLE INDICATORS: 
A red LED is used to indicate the following conditions:
– Fire alarm condition is indicated by a flash every 0.5 seconds.
– Smoke sense speed up is indicated by a flash every 2 seconds when the smoke level is at the alarm threshold.
– Normal operation is indicated by a flash every 48 seconds.
– A green LED is used to show the alarm is powered by mains supply

DETECTION TIMING: 
The alarm makes an optical reading every 8 seconds.At unusual readings (going into alarm stage), the readings are taken every 2 seconds.

APPROVALS: 
EN 14604:2005 EN60065 EN300-220 ROHS
REACH

AWARDS: 
Red Dot 2016 Design Awards

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