First Alert SA900 Bedienungsanleitung

First Alert SA900
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BedienungsanleitungFirst Alert SA900
PRODUCT SERIES
M300, M300AP, M300i, SA200
SA900, SA900Si, SA300 and SA300L
Dual Ionisation sensing chamber, particularly sensitive to fast flaming fires.
SUPERIOR FEATURES
• Battery Operated
Operating Light (RED)
Flashes approximately every 45 seconds confirming unit is powered.
Low Battery Warning
Unit ‘beeps‘ approximately every 45 seconds for at least 30 days when the battery needs replacing.
Sensitivity Test Button
Test sensitivity, circuitry, battery, horn.
Loud 85 Decibel Piezo Electric Alarm
Automatically resets when hazardous condition has passed.
Easy Installation
Fixings supplied.
SPECIAL FEATURES
Each family of alarms supports several special features:-
‘AP’: Alarm Pause. Fitted to the SA900/SA300 and models with the suffix ‘AP’. Silence your smoke
alarm by momentarily pressing the test button. Ideal when non-emergency smoke (eg
cooking fumes) causes nuisance alarms. The red light flashes every 10 seconds to remind
you that the smoke alarm has been silenced. Your smoke alarm will automatically reset
after approximately 10 minutes.
‘i’ Interconnect. Fitted to models with the suffix ‘i’ Connect up to 12 alarms together so that
when one alarm sounds all properly connected alarms with this facility will follow.
‘S’ Sealed-in battery. Model numbers with the suffix ‘S’ have the battery sealed in to prevent
tampering.
For example a model SA900Si is an alarm with a sealed in battery that can be interconnected to other
alarms.

S M O K E

A L A R M S

SA900 / SA900Si / SA300L
Supplied complete with Long Life Lithium Powercell. Under normal use and conditions this lithium
powercell is guaranteed for 10 years, the typical life of the alarm. In the SA900Si the battery is sealed
in place and is not removable/replaceable.
BE PREPARED
Smoke and heat alarms properly installed and maintained are an essential part of a good home fire
safety programme. Review fire hazards and eliminate dangerous conditions whenever possible. When
fire strikes, a prepared and practiced escape plan could prove vital. Your local fire brigade may be
willing to advise you. Call them and ask. Consider and discuss the following safety hints:
• Ensure everyone is familiarized with the alarm signal.
• Always test doors with your hands before flinging them open. If they feel warm, fire
may be walled up behind them - leave closed and find another escape route.
• Don’t waste time collecting possessions. Rouse all occupants and leave the
building. Your life is more valuable!
GET OUT. STAY OUT. GET THE FIRE BRIGADE OUT.
• Keep everyone in a set meeting place after your escape.
• If trapped inside, stay close to the floor, cover mouth with cloth, conserve breath as
you crawl to safety.
• Keep all doors and windows closed except for escape purposes.
• Prepare and practice an escape plan before a fire starts!
Draw a Floor Plan. Have Fire Drills Often. Practise Your Escape.
WHERE TO LOCATE
1. As a minimum, smoke alarms should be located between sleeping areas and potential sources of
fire such as living rooms and kitchens. In single storey homes with one sleeping area a smoke
alarm should be installed in the hallway, as close as possible to the living accommodation.
To ensure audibility in bedrooms it may be necessary to install more than one smoke alarm,
particularly if the hallway is more than 15m long. In single storey homes with two separate sleeping
areas, a minimum of two smoke alarms is required, one outside each sleeping area. In multilevel or
split level homes, as a minimum a smoke alarm should be installed on the ground floor between
the staircase and any rooms in which a fire might start and on each storey in circulation areas
which form part of the escape route (normally hallways and landings).
NOTE: Heat alarms should not be used in escape routes instead of smoke alarms. They should only
be used in the applications listed below in addition to smoke alarms and should always be
interconnected with smoke alarms.
2. Additional alarms should be installed in bedrooms in anticipation of fires originating there, caused
by faulty wiring, lights, appliances, smokers or other hazards.
3. For best protection, smoke alarms should be installed in every room in your home, apart from
those listed in the Locations to Avoid section. Heat alarms should be used in kitchens, boiler
rooms, laundry rooms, garages and such like, where smoke alarms would be unsuitable. All alarms
must be interconnected.
4. Install smoke alarms in circulation areas at a distance no greater than 7.5m from the farthest wall,
no greater than 7.5m from a door to any room in which a fire might start and no greater than 7.5m
from the next smoke alarm.
5. When heat alarms are installed in a room, they should be at a distance no greater than 5.3m from
the farthest wall, no greater than 5.3m from a door to any room in which a fire might start and no
greater than 5.3m from the next heat alarm.
6. As it is impossible to predict the source of a fire, the best location for an alarm is usually the centre
of a room or hallway. If it is necessary to place a smoke alarm on a wall, always locate the detection
element of the alarm 150mm to 300mm (6 to 12 inches) below the ceiling and the bottom of the
alarm above the level of doors and other openings. NOTE: Heat alarms must not be wall mounted.
7. In rooms with simple sloped, peaked or gabled ceilings, install smoke alarms on the ceiling
900mm (3 feet) from the highest point of the ceiling. ‘Dead air’ at the peak of a ceiling may prevent
smoke from reaching the alarm in time to provide an early warning.

OWNERS

MANUAL

For further information
please write to:
BRK Brands Europe Ltd,
Unit 6 Carter Court, Davy Way,
Waterwells Business Park,
Quedgeley, Gloucester, GL2 2DE,
United Kingdom
COVERS •Simple Fitting Instructions •Location Guide
•Operating Guide •Basic Fire Safety Tips
•Simple Maintenance Instructions
PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A SAFE PLACE
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ
AND RETAIN THIS OWNERS MANUAL

B A T T E R Y O P E R A T E D

When installing this alarm for use by others, please leave
this manual or a copy with the end user.
2502-B0001 RevA
IONISATION SMOKE ALARMS
M300, M300AP, M300i, SA200
and
SA900, SA900Si, SA300 and SA300L
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