For the safety of you and the residents within your home, hardwired smoke alarms must be installed by licensed electricians. If you’re looking to keep up-to-date with requirements, then look no further.
The enthusiastic, highly-skilled and licensed Power 4 All Electrical team endeavours to provide you with the most up-to-date, innovative and highly effective photoelectric smoke alarms.
The Brooks EIB3016 Photoelectric 230-volt smoke alarm
We present to you the peak of innovation and safety! The EII3016 smoke detector uses a photoelectric sensor to intelligently monitor and detect the presence of slow smouldering fires. The chamber design is also constructed to prevent false alarms through an insect screen and dust compensation algorithm.
The system uses 230 AV mains, but in the event of a mains failure, uses a built-in battery that provides an absolutely incredible 3 months’ supply! The lithium battery itself can continuously recharge and lasts for 10 years in total.
This cuts costs and saves money in the long-run.
It can even communicate to you via the AudioLINK app. Use the app to monitor the devices health, parameters and history of detections. Additionally, the device interconnects to other Brooks alarms and accessories (although this is not a requirement in WA as of yet, our Commission may follow NSW’s footsteps in the near future).
The incredibly intelligent device self-checks its battery voltage, internal circuitry and sensors every 48 seconds. If there are any faults, the sensor will notify you through “chirping” and flashing a yellow LED light.