Aico Switched Input Module

  • RS Stock No. 155-327
  • Mfr. Part No. EI428
  • Brand Aico
Technical Reference
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): IE
Product Details

RadioLINK Remote Relay Module

Intended for use with the smoke alarms in this range, fitted to the RadioLINK Multi Level Repeater Interconnect Base. Used as an interface with a host of other alarms or warning systems, eg warden call, dial out units. It is operated by radio signals sent by the other RadioLINK alarms in the system. Up to 12 RadioLINK units can be used in one system.

Mains powered with a rechargeable lithium cell back-up
Low back-up warning signal, LED indicator flashes RED every 10 seconds to indicate that the lithium cells are depleted
Ambient temperature range : 4 to 40°C
Humidity range : 0 to 90% relative humidity
Volt free contacts - (normally open or normally closed) rated up to 240V AC / 5 Amps, making it suitable for use with a wide range of AC or DC voltages. The relay contacts operate on mains power, or on back-up cells in the event of a mains failure
Feature 1 x 25mm trunking for surface wiring and centre knockout for recess wiring
Dimensions : 140mm diamater x 27mm depth

Standards

CE marked to indicate conformance to BS EN 60065 : 1998 (Electrical Safety), EN300220-1 V1.3.1 (2000-09) (RF Performance), EN301489 V1.4.1 (2002-08) (EMC) and has been 3rd party tested for electrical safety in accordance with Annex K of BS 5446 : Pt.1 : 2000.

Wireless Fire Alarm System

Interconnecting mains powered smoke alarms is essential to provide the earliest possible warning of a fire. By using wireless signals with the RadioLINK products in this range to interconnect smoke alarms, it is simpler and more convenient than using the conventional hard wired system. It is also easier to extend or change the system when required. The use of radio interconnection in Grade D alarm systems means that it is now much easier to comply with the extended alarm coverage recommended in BS 5839: Pt.6: 2004. As a guide, 30m should be the maximum distance between any of the alarms in the system.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Accessory Type Switched Input Module
Discontinued product
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