EN1244 Wireless Smoke Detector Datasheet

Datasheet
EN1244 Wireless Smoke Detector
The wireless smoke detector features an onboard sounder,
a smoke sensor, an LED indicator and local test capability
to allow the user total visibility of its functionality. It is selfmonitoring, alerting the user when sensor maintenance is
needed or batteries are low, and automatically supervising the
radio link.
The EN1244 and EN1244-60 wireless smoke detector have
been designed for operation in the United States; the EN1244A
wireless smoke detector has been designed for operation in
Australia; and the EN1244Z wireless smoke detector has been
designed for operation in New Zealand.
Product Features
Local test and silence alarm functions
Low battery detection
Maintenance warning
Tamper switch for prevention against sensor removal
Product Specifications
Weight:
Current consumption:
Internal battery type:
Typical battery life:
Low battery threshhold:
Operating environment:
Temperature:
Humidity:
Market:
EchoStream® frequency:
Regulatory compliance:
Check-in time frequency:
Smoke detector sensitivity:
Drift compensation:
Sounder:
Alarm:
Low battery:
8.5 oz. without battery
Stand by: 12µA; alarm: 150µA
One Panasonic CR123A
3-5 years
Low battery signal at 2.7V
32°F to 120°F (-0°C to 50°C)
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
North America, Australia, New Zealand
902-928 MHz, frequency hopping spread spectrum
FCC; RoHS; RCM; UL268; CSFM; NPFA 72, 7.2.2;
UL25601
EN1244/EN1244A/EN1244Z: 3 minutes; EN1244-60:
60 minutes
2.0% per ft. obscuration, nominal
Automatic
85 dB @ 3 m, temporal output
1 every 130 minutes
Dimensions
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2.3
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Diameter:
.384”
Diameter: 5.3”
Reference Materials (available at www.inovonics.com)
EN1244/EN1244-60/EN1244A/EN1244Z Wireless Smoke Detector Installation
Instructions
EchoStream Developer Guide
Inovonics Product Catalog: North America
• The range and performance of any wireless product depends on the structure and environment in which it operates.
• Continual enhancements to our products may cause specifications to change without notice.
• Patents: 7,154,866; 7,554,932; 7,746,804; others pending.
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Partners must achieve emergency call system certification from a nationally recognized testing laboratory to
claim compliance with UL 2560. The EN1244 wireless smoke detector is a supplemental device that is allowed for use
in a UL 2560 certified system, but does not carry the UL 2560 unlisted component
certification.
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