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Extra Loud Smoke Detector for those with hearing difficulties. Can they hear the smoke detector?
Photoelectric smoke detector. Extremely loud alarm with a strobe light for a visual indication of the alarm. This is the perfect solution for hearing impaired or deaf.
"We understand the critical need for those with hearing difficulties to be safe", says founder Ron Arnold.
With a 90dB alarm and flashing strobe light, this alarm will let you know when there is a fire!
This portable Smoke Detector has a 90dB temporal 3 sounder and a high intensity strobe light that will flash 60 times per minute upon activation of the alarm.
The detector will automatically return to stand by mode after the smoke has cleared.
Most photoelectric smoke detectors are designed to be hard-wired into an electric system. This portable model is specifically designed with 9 ft electrical cords that allow them to be plugged into any room in the house or facility.
The Americans With Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) recommend any room or space required to have a visual signal shall be no more than 50 ft from the mounted signal. This portable solution will help hotels and small facilities follow the ADA guidelines.
9 ft power cord (no hardwiring is required)
Wall mount design with mounting hardware
90dB (at 10 ft) Horn
177 candela strobe light
Full function test switch
Visual LED monitor (condition indicator) that will pulse in normal standby mode and will remain solid in alarm mode.
Battery back-up and audible low battery chirp.
Flashing strobe light - flashes 60 times per minute.
Not Permanently Installed.
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