9V DC MINIATURE PHOTOELECTRIC SMOKE ALARM Benefits of product With 5 Years Longlife battery & Hush
- Warranted 5 years long-life lithium battery. Provide up to 5 years of continuous protection. - Eliminate the need and expense of annual battery replacement. Save cost for calling in technician. Just pay a LITTLE more but can save more money, Model : MTS-166S/5Y
whatever the battery and installation cost for replacing battery.
- Low battery warning remind the user to replace batteries or the entire unit when the batteries end of life. - Reduce the risk of smoke detectors installed in home are not operating because of dead or missing batteries. - Environmental concern ñ only one battery for five years
Main Features - Certified to EN14604 Packaging - Compact size & elegant design - 5 Years Lithium button cells included - Loud 85 dB alarm signal in 3 metre - High performance photoelectric smoke chamber with insect screen - Fast response, ideal for slow smouldering fires - Alarm / Power Indicator - HUSH Feature allow the user to quickly silence nuisance alarms - Low battery warning remind the user to replace the batteries or entire unit when battery end of life. - Cannot be installed with battery missing - Supplied with fixing kits MTS-166S/5Y Description The Garvan MTS-166S/5Y Miniature Smoke Alarm is aphotoelectric 9V DC smoke alarm with 5 YEARS LONG LIFE BATTERIES. Itis operated by 3 pieces Lithium Button cells (type CR2450), battery life 5 years minimum. It has a extremely small size which is thesmallest photoelectric smoke alarm in the world -- Diameter only 70mm. MTS-166S/5Y has an 85 decibel horn, test button, alarmLED indicator. With the photoelectric technology, MTS-166S/5Y is more sensitive to detecting slow smouldering fires which general thick, black smoke,little heat and may smoulder for hours before bursting into flames. The MTS-166S/5Y do not contain the radioactive material whichis harmless to the environment. MTS-166S/5Y is a single station photoelectric alarm and should NOT be connected to other smoke alarms. It should be installed inevery room (except the bathroom), and every other area of the home, making sure the people in the home will be able to hear andrespond to the alarm sound. For minimum protection you should fit an alarm in the hallway between the living areas (incl. Kitchens)and sleeping areas. Place it as near to the living areas as possible and ensure the alarm is audible when the bedrooms are occupied.Operation Shipping Specifications: Once the smoke alarm has been installed a small indicator light (LED), should flash approximately once a minute in normal operation. If smoke is detected the unit will emit a load pulsating alarm until the air is clear.PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: Description 9V Battery Powered Miniature Photoelectric Smoke Alarm, with 5 YEARS long life lithium battery & Hush Model number MTS-166S/5Y 9V (3 pieces Lithium button cell, type CR2450, @3V)<10 uA (normal) and <20 mA (alarm working))Smoke AlarmMounting bracket3 pieces Lithium button cell, type CR2450, @3V2 fixing screws 2 rawlplugs in polythene bagBlisterContents: Smoke detector assembly Instruction leafletFixing kit assemblyCertified to EN 14604 by VdS and NF, CPD, WEEE, ROHS & REACHGARVAN ENTERPRISES LTD. GARVAN ENTERPRISES LTD. Rm. 16-17, 21/F., Wing Hing Ind. Bldg., 83-93 Chai Wan Kok St., Tsuen Wan, N.T. Hong Kong.Rm. 16-17, 21/F., Wing Hing Ind. Bldg., 83-93 Chai Wan Kok St., Tsuen Wan, N.T. Hong Kong.Tel: (852) 2402 8768 Fax: (852)2417 2528Tel: (852) 2402 8768 Fax: (852)2417 2528Visit us on the web at www.garvan.com.hkVisit us on the web at www.garvan.com.hk
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