The heat alarm is mainly used to detect the heat in the house, it does not detect gas or particles. When it detects a large increase in the surrounding temperature, it indicates a possible fire. Once this happens, it will beep at 85 decibels to remind people to evacuate and reduce people's property damage.
Why we need to install heat alarm?
Under Scottish law, every household is required to install a heat alarm in the kitchen. The kitchen and the fireplace are the main places where heat is generated in the home, especially the kitchen. People use the kitchen almost every day, and the fireplace is only used in winter. Therefore, it is very necessary to install a heat alarm in the kitchen to monitor temperature changes.
Heat detector alerts to temperatures rising above 135 degrees Fahrenheit & sounds an 85 decibel alarm to protect your family
Protects during a power failure - heat alarm operates on a 120V wired power source with 9V battery backup
2 LEDs: a green LED that is constantly 'on' when AC power is present & a red LED will flash every 30-40 seconds to indicate a high heat temperature until air temperature is reduced
Test-Hush Feature - silences the unit
Interconnects with up to 24 devices including smoke and CO alarms
9-Volt battery back up
Quick connect power harness makes installation fast and easy