Located in the ‘Specifier & Architects’ section of Aico’s website, the new Smoke Alarm Specification Selector is easier than ever to use and now comes with many added features for improved specification.
A redesigned, modern interface with clear, easy to understand graphics is one of the first things visitors to the new Smoke Alarm Specification Selector will notice. The new graphics display a cross-section view of typical property layouts, including the various alarm and system options within the property as selected during the steps in the Selector. If the user wants more information on the choices within a step they can click on the information symbol for a brief description of that choice.
The Smoke Alarm Specification Selector has six easy to follow stages, guiding the user through property type and number of storeys, levels of fire protection, choice of alarm power and back up supply, alarm sensor types (including Aico’s unique Multi-Sensor) and the choice of hard-wired or RadioLink wireless alarm interconnection. The latter step includes a short information video explaining the benefits of RadioLink RF technology for those unfamiliar with it.
In this latest version of the Specification Selector, a further step has been added to the process to allow for accessories to be incorporated into the system; unique to Aico, these include an Alarm Controller to test and control alarms, a Relay to trigger Warden Call, A Sprinkler Trigger Input Module, as well as an Alarm for the Hearing Impaired.
For further information visit: www.aico.co.uk