Security 2008: Ei electronics presents fire protection concept for the private household of Dusseldorf/Essen, September 02, 2008 on the occasion of the Security 2008 the Irish manufacturer of smoke and heat detectors presented EI electronics his fire protection concept for the household. Installers, builders and-planern, this offers a high investment security for lower TCO (total cost of ownership) over a period of ten years. Interested parties have the possibility to inform themselves on the stand of 214, Hall 12 on base of illustrative model examples for establishing an individual smoke detector network. The company presents its wide product range around the new detector series Ei605, among other things, include solutions for hearing-impaired, from 7 to 10 October on the security in food. The fire protection concept is interesting especially for installation companies which set up reliable early warning systems in residential construction.
While convincing the devices with a minimum of maintenance and meet highest quality and Safety standards, resulting in a low TCO. This ensures the integrated power of the new Ei605 series with lithium batteries, which are guaranteed for 10 years first and foremost. Therefore, the battery replacement, which every one to three years is necessary for conventional detectors, eliminates completely. Furthermore, the batteries can be do not misuse or use for the operation of other electrical appliances. Another factor, which is often responsible for the failure of smoke alarms in the event of an emergency the tamper-proof housing protects from encroachment by residents.
False alarms are reduced through improved Smokebox technology, which provides special protection against E-smog, dust and insects, to a minimum. In addition, the detector over a major test and mute button can at any time check or disable temporarily when unwanted alarm. The devices are optional via cable or wire can be networked and therefore equally for the installation in the new building, as well as for retrofitting in existing buildings suitable.