Smoke Alarms • CO Detectors • Heat Sensors
Who Will Hear Your Smoke Alarm?
Your house may now be secure from break-ins, but what about fire, the potential danger within? You may already have battery or AC powered smoke detectors, but who would hear them if you’re not there? If they are not connected to your security system and are not monitored, who would call the fire department before everything you cherish is destroyed?
Fire can strike anyone, anywhere, anytime. A burglar won’t steal your family photo albums, but a fire will. Jewelry can be replaced, but baby pictures can’t. Even though you have a monitored security system, without monitored smoke detectors, your home will never be secure against one of the most dangerous intruders.
Wireless Smoke & Heat Detectors
Critical to your family’s safety, wireless smoke and heat detectors provide the ultimate protection of life and property. They mount on walls or ceilings, install without drilling holes and preserve the beauty of your home while protecting it.
Attractive, low-profile units blend with any décor
Green LED status indicator for normal conditions—providing an added level of security
and facilitating easier troubleshooting
Maintenance reporting automatically alerts the central station when service is needed
Heat detector combines both rate-of-rise and fixed temperature sensors in one unit
Wireless smoke and heat detectors are monitored by the central station 24 hours, seven days a week—providing you and your family with round-the clock protection and the peace of mind you deserve.
Carbon monoxide (CO) Detector
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless, toxic gas that can kill in minutes. With Honeywell’s 5800CO Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector, you can provide your customers with the very best defense against this deadly threat. It connects to the end-user’s security system and can be monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The detector features state-of-the-art sensing technology to help prevent false alarms and a wireless design that makes installation a snap. What’s more, it’s an excellent upsell opportunity and a great way to differentiate yourself by adding value and life safety to your installations.
Wall Mount & Flush Mount Sirens
Indoor and outdoor sirens emit an audible alert when your alarm is activated.
- Less than half the weight of traditional sirens
- 105dB @120mA
- 1/3 the current requirements of standard sirens
- Terminal strip eliminates soldering and splicing
- Snap-open hinged case cover for faster installation
- Corner or ceiling mounting with no additional brackets or hardware
“But I already have a smoke detector.”
You may already have a battery-operated or hardwired AC smoke detector in your home, but how do they compare to a monitored system?
Battery-operated detectors have two major problems. First, they are rarely connected to other detectors, remote warning devices or a central monitoring station. If they are located outside a bedroom, a sound sleeper may not hear them, especially if the bedroom door is closed or just partially open. If detectors are located on a different level of the home than the bedroom level, then the likelihood they will wake up sleeping family members is further diminished. A second problem with battery-operated detectors is their batteries—if they are not periodically replaced, the detectors will not work! Too many fire deaths occur in homes where detectors fail to function because their batteries are dead, disconnected or removed.
AC Powered Detectors
Many AC powered detectors are not connected to other detectors or remote warning devices. Even those that are only connected to other devices can provide a local warning of fire. If no one is home, a fire can develop without anyone taking action to protect valuable property.
When located on all levels of a residence and in all bedrooms, monitored detectors provide the best kind of early warning fire protection. If they sense a fire developing, they signal an alarm control, which activates all evacuation horns throughout a residence and sends a fire alarm signal to the central station, which will notify the fire department. Monitored detectors provide fire protection when you are home or away. As part of a home security system, monitored detectors provide both an AC primary power supply and a rechargeable back-up battery.