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The smoke detector is intended for private use.
This photoelectric smoke detector works together with the Calex app for extra functionality such as push notifications, for example when smoke is detected.
Note: Receiving push notifications is a good working method internet connection required.
This smoke detector is intended as an alarm to assist the end user in timely detection detecting smoke. However, the end user remains responsible for this to act correctly in the event of an alarm. Electro Cirkel Retail B.V. is not responsible or liable for damage and/or injury caused caused by fire, smoke, heat and/or damage caused thereby.
Electro Cirkel Retail B.V. can never be held liable for loss and/or damage of any kind, including incidental and/or consequential damage caused by the signal from the smoke detector in the event of smoke or fire didn't sound.
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As a preventative measure, contact your local fire brigade or designated authority for what you can do in the event of a fire.
1 Installing the smoke detector
Battery installation and use
With normal use, the battery lasts 5 years. Never use anyone else Please indicate battery type. Wrong batteries or incorrectly installed batteries can explode. If no battery is installed, the smoke detector will not work be tightened onto the mounting bracket.
Carefully loosen the mounting bracket. You do this by using one hand to activate the smoke detector and press the mounting bracket with the fingers of your other hand and turn it counterclockwise. Remove the protective tab.
Record the date of installation
There is a sticker on the inside of the bracket. Please state here installation date. The smoke detector must be replaced after 10 years.
Add the smoke detector to the Calex App
Make a note of your network name and password before you begin. Note: this item Only works on a 2.4 GHz WiFi network, not on a 5 GHz WiFi network. Consult your router's manual for settings.
Download the Calex Smart app from the Google Play Store, the Apple Store. This you can do this by clicking on one of the logos below when you see it page via your phone.
Add via Bluetooth
Do you have Bluetooth on your phone and is it turned on? Then it will be automatically connected after quickly pressing the control button three times.
To add this device manually, tap in the top right corner screen on 'add device' (+). Select 'Security' in the left column and choose 'Smoke Sensor' from the list of devices. Then follow the instructions on screen.
Quickly press the control button three times. The LED indicator light turns green flashing. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Quickly press the control button three times. The LED indicator light turns green flash and follow the on-screen instructions.
Test the smoke detector before proceeding with installation
Consult chapter 3 Locations for where to place smoke detectors and where not to place them.
Check whether the screws and plugs supplied are suitable for the surface where you want to place the smoke detector.
1. Use the mounting bracket to assemble the location for the drill holes.
2. Drill the holes and press the plugs into place.
3. Secure the mounting bracket with the screws
4. Place the smoke detector against the mounting bracket and turn it clockwise while pressing gently. You will hear a click when the smoke detector is on his place falls and feels some resistance. Turn the smoke detector a little more continue until this cannot go any further.
Test the smoke detector again
2 Testing and using the smoke detector
The smoke detector works using infrared light. This light detects In addition to smoke, for example, also higher concentrations of water vapor (due to, for example, showering and cooking) and dust (for example due to dust-free activities). comes).
Please note: if the alarm goes off while you are not performing a test procedure, then the smoke detector detects too high a concentration of smoke, water vapor or dust in the air. Take action immediately.
Always test the smoke detector after installing and replacing the battery and at least once a week. If the test does not work properly, reset it alarm. You do this by pressing the button 3 times in quick succession.
If testing continues to fail, replace the smoke detector immediately.
Make sure you have the smoke detector in sight when you test it.
When testing the smoke detector, keep an arm's length distance. The alarm is very loud.
Use the control knob for testing. The test function performs a complete diagnosis. Do not use any other method to test the smoke detector. This may affect the correct operation of the smoke detector. Never use one open flame to test the smoke detector.
Have you been away for a long time, for example due to holidays? then perform the test for each smoke detector.
You do this by pressing or holding the button for more than 1 second. While If you keep the button pressed, the red LED indicator light will flash quickly. At the same time, the alarm goes off with three short shrill tones. If you click the button releasing it stops the alarm.
When replacing the battery, observe local regulations. Used batteries should not be disposed of with household waste. Discard Batteries only go away when they are completely discharged. Paste the poles of partially discharged batteries to prevent short circuits. Never throw batteries away in an open fire.
Replace the battery immediately when the smoke detector indicates that the battery is low is almost empty (up to 5 years of battery life).
The red LED indicator light flashes every 53 seconds at any time the alarm sounds briefly.
When the battery is removed the smoke detector will not work.
If you use the Calex App, you will also receive a push notification via the app the battery needs to be replaced.
Only replace the battery with an identical type (CR123A / CR17335).
To replace the battery, unscrew the smoke detector from the mounting bracket.
After replacing the battery, the alarm will sound briefly while the red indicator light flashes once.
Test the smoke detector after replacing the battery
Red LED flashes once every 53 seconds
|Test||Red LED flashes quickly||Short fast beeps|
|Alarm||Red LED flashes quickly||Short fast beeps|
|Low battery||Red LED flashes every 53 seconds||Beep every 53 seconds|
|Fault||Red LED flashes twice every 53 seconds||None|
|Temporary silence for alarm condition||
Red LED flashes once every 10 seconds (Duration: approx 10 minutes)
|Temporary silence for low battery warning||
Red LED flashes once every 53 seconds (Duration: approx 12 o'clock)
|Remote silence for alarm condition||Red LED flashes once every 10 seconds (Duration: approx 10 minutes)||None|
- Smoke detectors may not wake up all people.
- Smoke detectors cannot detect a fire if the smoke does not set off the alarms achieved.
- Smoke detectors may not have time to sound before the fire itself causes damage, injury or death, because smoke from some may not reach the unit immediately.
- Smoke detectors are not waterproof. Like any electronic device, its smoke detectors made of components that can wear out at any time or drop out. You should test the device weekly to ensure continued performance to guarantee protection.
- Smoke detectors have a limited lifespan. The device must be used immediately be replaced if it does not work properly. You should always have a smoke detector replaced after 10 years from date of purchase. Write down the purchase date the space provided on the back of the device.
- Determine how many alarms you need and where they are best located to install.
- At a minimum, ensure that smoke detectors are installed between bedrooms and locations with potential fire sources such as kitchens and living rooms.
- To be able to hear the alarm properly, the maximum distance between a bedroom door and the smoke detector are no more than 3 meters.
- The smoke detector will not warn hearing-impaired residents. It is It is recommended to install special smoke detectors for the hearing impaired.
- Provide extra smoke detectors in bedrooms for fires room can be caused by, for example, a short circuit due to bad wiring, broken appliances/lights or other hazards.
- For the best protection, you should have a smoke detector in every room places, except in areas indicated in [section: areas where smoke detectors cannot be used].
- It may be necessary to install more than one smoke detector in a hallway, especially if the corridor is more than 15 meters long. In homes with one floor and two separate sleeping areas have at least two smoke detectors required, one outside each sleeping area. In multi-storey homes or split levels, at least one smoke detector must be installed on the ground floor between the stairs and the rooms where fire can occur.
- In turbulent air flows such as near fans, heaters, doors and windows, etc.
- In areas with high humidity, such as bathrooms and shower rooms. High humidity can set off the alarm.
- In kitchens, boiler rooms, laundry rooms and garages. Combustion particles from cooking or car exhaust fumes and dust and moisture can do it cause alarm.
- In insect infested areas. Small insects can affect performance to influence.
- In very dusty or dirty areas. Dirt and dust can accumulate and adversely affect performance.
- An “A” frame ceiling at the top. 'Dead air' at the top can occur that smoke reaches the alarm in time. Keep 90 cm from the highest point.
- Less than 300 mm (12 in) from the wall when mounted on the ceiling.
- Within 300 mm (12 inches) of lighting fixtures or room corners.
- Within 1500mm (5 feet) of fluorescent fixtures.
- In places where routine testing or maintenance can be dangerous are.
- On poorly insulated ceilings.
- Near objects such as ceiling decorations that are the route of smoke could obstruct the alarm.