FireAngel Smart RF Interlink Technology
Create an interlinked network of up to 50 wireless devices with the FireAngel Smart RF modular alarm system
The functionality of the FireAngel Specification products has been modernised and improved to meet the demands of today's Connected Home market. The FireAngel Specification range revolutionises the future of fire safety by offering smart protection against Fire and Carbon Monoxide in a single cost-effective system.
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Effortlessly create a wireless safety network in seconds - Smart not complicated!
By simply fitting a Smart RF Module
to any 'Smart RF Ready' FireAngel product to create a wireless network of up to 50 devices. Each device must have a Smart RF Module
installed or must already be a wireless enabled product. Once connected each interlinked alarm communicates continuously across a meshed network to monitor for fire or carbon monoxide (CO). When smoke, heat or carbon monoxide is detected, the Smart RF module signals all connected alarms to create a fast response alert throughout the property.
Whether you require hardwired, battery or wireless products, the Specification range with Smart RF from FireAngel offers a solution to suit each and every installation.
Install Alarm 1 as described in the product manual (see 'Hardwire Installation').
Install the base plate for Alarm 2 in one of the recommended locations.
Using a ballpoint pen briefly push and release the 'learn button' on the back of Alarm 2. The red LED next to the learn button will flash briefly then light up for approximately 5 seconds.
During these 5 seconds you need to briefly press the test button on Alarm 1 to wirelessly interlink the two alarms. Alarm 1 will give an audible sound consisting of two cycles of three loud beeps.
The red LED on the wireless module of Alarm 2 will flash to indicate that it has been ‘learned-in’ successfully. If the test button is not pressed quickly enough, the ‘learn-in’ process will fail. If this happens, repeat the process.
To complete the installation, fit Alarm 2 onto its base plate. Additional alarms should be ‘learned-in’ in the same way. When ‘learning-in’ additional alarms, any alarm already in the network, can be used as ‘Alarm 1’. You do not have to ‘learn-in’ to every alarm in the network.