Controlfacts App for new alarm controller from Aico

The single button Ei450 alarm controller has been designed for use with Aico’s RadioLink Professional alarms smoke, heat and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms which interconnect using radio frequency (RF) signals, eliminating the need for interconnection wiring. The controller enables residents to simply test all the alarms on the system, quickly identify and locate the exact alarm which has triggered the system (visually identifying if the source is a fire or CO leak) and silence the alarm if no fire is present, all from one convenient wall mounted location. 

Providing contractors with a straightforward guide to using and installing the new Ei450 alarm controller, the Controlfacts App features animated graphics, simple text instructions and useful interactive features. It is ideal for contractors to use to introduce the product to landlords, developers and home owners.
Controlfacts features an interactive step-by-step guide to the alarm controller’s features. It allows the user to press an on screen image of the controller as if it was in a real system. They can go through how to test an Aico RadioLink system, with separate sections giving instructions on what to do if the alarms are triggered, showing how to identify what type of alarm has triggered the system.

Controlfacts shows the different procedures for both smoke and CO alarm activations, including how to locate the triggered alarm as shown on the display and then silence it if no fire is present. A different set of instructions are shown to demonstrate what to do if it was a CO alarm activation.

For further information visit: www.aico.co.uk

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