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Home Sensor System Wireless Smoke Detector Cordless Security Fire Alarm
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Home Sensor System Wireless Smoke Detector Cordless Security Fire Alarm

$10.58 USD
Do you have trouble in choosing a reliable smoke detector for protecting your life and properties when the place where you stay is on fire and your lives are at stake? This Wireless Smoke Alarm Detector System will be your good helper! The sensitive detector comes with ionization chamber for easy detection from all directions. It can be widely used in houses, offices or public places, like theatres, airports, restaurants, hotels and waiting rooms at railway stations. Get a detector for emergency needs from now on! You will regret if you miss such a practical detector!
  • Easy to install with mounting hardware included
  • Suitable for any room
  • Test button for easy recommended monthly testing
  • Low battery signal
  • To protect you, a safety clip will not allow mounting at smoke alarm without 9 Volt battery installed
  • Ionization chamber for early detection from all directions
  • Loud 85rib alarm signal
Charging Time About 3 - 5 hours
Material ABS Plastic
Output Pulse Voltage 2000 kv
Rechargeable Battery Yes
Color White
Power Supply 9 volt battery
Operating Current 20-5-mA, static current < 10 uA
Operating Temperature 40a??- 120a??/span> (4a??- 50a??/span>)
Gas Interface Humidity 10% - 90%
Sensitivity 85dB at 10 feet
Battery Life More than 1 year


It can be used independently or can be used with alarm system

Self-alarm when the smoke density exceed the standard density

Easy to install with mounting hardware included

Smoke Detector:
    • 1. A smoke detector is a device that detects smoke, typically as an indicator of fire. Commercial, industrial, and mass residential devices issue a signal to a fire alarm system, while household detectors, known as smoke alarms, generally issue a local audible and / or visual alarm from the detector itself

  • 2. Smoke detectors are typically housed in a disk-shaped plastic enclosure about 150 millimeters (6 in) in diameter and 25 millimeters (1 in) thick, but the shape can vary by manufacturer or product line. Most smoke detectors work either by optical detection (photoelectric) or by physical process (ionization), while others use both detection methods to increase sensitivity to smoke. Sensitive alarms can be used to detect, and thus deter, smoking in areas where it is banned such as toilets and schools. Smoke detectors in large commercial, industrial, and residential buildings are usually powered by a central fire alarm system, which is powered by the building power with a battery backup. However, in many single family detached and smaller multiple family housings, a smoke alarm is often powered only by a single disposable battery
How to Test Your Smoke Detector:

  • 1. Test your smoke detector once a month
  • 2. Press the test button on your detector and check that the device beeps or rings loudly
  • 3. Lighting candles under the detector to see if the alarm goes off. Repeated use of smoke to activate detectors can cause them to fail when a real fire occurs
Package Includes
  • 1 x Home Sensor System Wireless Smoke Detector Cordless Security Fire Alarm
  • 2 x Screw
Package Includes

If your detector runs on batteries, change them when you change your clocks - at the start and end of daylight-saving time

  • 1. If your smoke detector starts chirping or beeping off and on, it's time to change the batteries
  • 2. You may want to consider purchasing a combination smoke / carbon monoxide detector. These units cost more but are well worth it
  • 3. If a smoke detector goes off, you literally have seconds to respond. There is absolutely no time to gather possessions, pets and possibly even each other. Your best response is to leave your home immediately, gather at your prearranged meeting place and call 911 from a neighbor's home
  • 4. Avoid getting any paint or dust on your smoke detector
  • 5. Make sure the smoke detector you choose has been tested by an independent testing laboratory
  • 6. Replace all detectors after 10 years