Our 10-Year Smoke Sensor (Product Code: 700342) sets new safety standards in your home.
There are a lot of potential fire sources in your own four walls, for example open fire such as candles or a fireplace. Also an iron, cooking utensils or numerous other electrical device can cause fire. Smoke detectors can save lives! In case of a fire or smoke emission every second counts giving the chance to extinguish the fire or to get somebody or yourself out of harm's way. The Z-Wave 10-Year Smoke Detector detects resulting fire and smoke emission reliable.
Thanks to Z-Wave wireless technology, you can define further actions triggered by the smart home control center in case of an alarm. To enhance safety, escape routes can be secured with automated lighting and unlocking or locking of shutters and doors. POPP smart home devices buy time for you to get somebody or yourself out of harm's way.
The POPP 10-Year Smoke Sensor consists of two parts:
(1) a stand-alone smoke detector head that does not only fully comply to the European regulation EN14604 but to the much more advanced guideline vfdb 14-01. This means that the device - among others - ensures a 10 year battery life of the internal battery, is more resistive against mechanical stress and extreme temperature changes, and it is manufactured according to the advanced manufacturing standard UPC-2.
(2) a wireless communication module, that has its own separate and replaceable battery. This module fits into the module bay of the smoke detector head and establishes a communication link to a central Z-Wave gateway reporting its battery status and of course any alarm condition. The module is certified according to the Z-Wave Plus guidelines.
Additional functionality of this high end smoke detector includes periodic automated self test, dust compensation and special functions for use in sleeping rooms (no blinking) and easiness of use (large button for testing to be operated by a simple broom stick).
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