AICO launches evolutionary new multi-sensor

The Multi-Sensor fire alarm uses these dual sensors to constantly monitor smoke and heat levels, sending and receiving information via its intelligent detection software. It is this sensor information that alters the alarm’s sensitivity and trigger points, automatically providing the best response to all fire types and reduces potential false alarms. The Multi-Sensor Ei2110e can be sited anywhere in a home that requires a smoke alarm – making it easier to specify. 

Aico’s AudioLINK technology has also been incorporated into this alarm, which allows you to extract real time data from the Alarm using the sounder directly to a smartphone or tablet via an App to create an Alarm Status Report. 

Additional information about each section can be obtained simply by tapping onto the desired area on the tablet or smartphone – this will then provide more detailed guidance to the user. The Report can accommodate additional information such as a site reference number, address or location before being forwarded via email or to be stored in a key location for future reference. AudioLINK works on Apple and Android devices, with the Windows version coming soon. 

With Aico’s award winning RadioLINK wireless alarm interconnection a firm favourite of both installers and landlords, the Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm now comes with a plug in RadioLINK+ module negating the need for a separate RadioLINK base. The Ei100MRF RadioLINK+ module simply slots into the alarm and is automatically activated ready to be House Coded in with the rest of the system. Such a design saves on installation time and reduces associated costs. 

With the introduction of the RadioLINK+ module, the House Coding slot has now been moved onto the actual alarm making it easy to access and use and, most importantly, enabling all the alarms to be House Coded in situ. This not only makes for quicker installation, but also allows the installer to check RF signal strength at the exact location the alarms will be when protecting the occupants and dwelling

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