Analog Smoke Detector - Userguide

Modified on Mon, 8 Jul at 11:45 AM

Applicable to products with reference number: 430050G



Index






Know your smoke detector



It works by detecting infrared scatterings generated in the smoke produced in the initial stage of a fire. 



Composed of a photoelectric system, an signal processing identification circuit and the alarm circuit



Infrared rays scatter on the surface of the smoke when it enters the dark chamber of the detector. At that moment, the photoelectric diode receives the scattered light and generates the current for the photoelectric current signal. 



The photoelectric signal triggers an alarm signal after being identified by the identification circuit, and consequently, emits the audible alarm.



With a special and modern design that integrates discreetly into any home.



Easy installation and maintenance.




Technical Data



REFERENCE

430050G

VOLTAGE

DC9V

OPERATING CURRENT

≤10uA

ALARM MODE CURRENT

≤20mA

ALARM MODE VOLTAGE≤7.3V

VOLUME

≥85dB/3m

LED INDICATOR

LED (red)

OPERATING TEMPERATURE

-20ºC~+50ºC

WORKING HUMIDITY

≤ 95% RH














Installation



  1. Choose a correct location to install the ceiling smoke detector.
  2. Use screws to attach the detector to the ceiling.
  3. Turn the smoke detector clockwise to securely adjust it to the already installed backplate.





Test



  1. Turn the back cover to be able to remove it from the device.
  2. Remove the insulation material and make sure the battery is connected correctly.
  3. Adjust the 3 clips of the cover with the 3 notches of the detector and turn it clockwise until it is perfectly adjusted.
  4. Press the test button, and the red LED light will flash rapidly while the alarm sounds, this will mean that the detector is functioning correctly.





Security and Maintenance



  • If the detector emits the alarm signal, it is necessary to disassemble it and remove the battery to stop the sound. Then, clean it carefully with a dry cloth.
  • Avoid using this product in humid, dusty, or smoky environments. 
  • Check weekly that the detector is functioning. If it is not working properly, please check the status of the batteries first. If the batteries are fine and the device still does not work correctly, contact a professional. 
  • If the battery is not installed correctly, the detector will not work and could even be damaged.
  • If the detector is working properly, the red LED will flash approximately every 43 seconds.



If you want to learn more or if you encounter any difficulties, check the Knowledge Base or contact us for personalized assistance.


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