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With 10 Year Lithium Battery and Wireless SmartLINK Module
User benefits such as the unique automatic dust compensation feature which minimise nuisance alarms due to dust build-up in the photoelectric chamber without compromising the functionality of the smoke alarm. The EIB650iRF communicates wirelessly via its pre-installed EIB600MRF RadioLINK module with compatible Brooks alarms and accessories. Up to 12 RF devices can be interconnected
High-Performance Photoelectric sensor
Easy to use large test/silence button
10-year lithium battery, no changes required
SmartLINK enabled (interconnectivity)
RF Range: Up to 100 metres
Conforms to AS3786:2014 and AS/NZS4268:2012 +A1:2013
Dimensions: Product - 115mm x 45mm
Can install up to another 11 Brooks Smoke Alarms, Strobe Lights and / or Carbon Monoxide Alarms. 12 devicesin total
What's in the box?
1 x Brooks Wireless EIB650IRF Photoelectric Smoke Alarm
1 x EIB600MRF SmartLink Wireless Module
Simple plug and play solution which does not require hardwired installation
What Is The Difference Between AudioLINK And SmartLINK?
AudioLINKis real-time data extraction technology specifically for AudioLINK enabled Brooks devices. Simply download the AudioLINK App to your Smartphone and follow the instructions to connect to your Brooks smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and extract data. AudioLINK works with all Brooks Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarms sold through Hear for Less.
SmartLINKis the wireless module which allows for interconnectivity between all Brooks smoke and carbon monoxide alarms installed. All Brooks Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms sold through Hear for Less has SmartLINK as standard. So if one alarm goes off, all of the Brooks Alarms installed through the Hear for Less offering go off.
SmartLINKs' interconnectivity means these Smoke Alarms meet important legislation requirements as set out by the Fire and Emergency services for each state here in Australia.
Recommended: Further to the legislation upheld by each State of Australia, it is recommended that a smoke alarm is installed in the bedroom of the person who is hard of hear / deaf. That way should any electronics start to smoulder the smoke alarm will alert them right away.