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User Manual
COMBINED STROBE
& VIBRATING PAD
W2-SVP-630
Introduct
Key featu
Installing
Connecti
Wireless
Wi-Safe 2
Wi-Safe 2
Testing th
vibrating
Positioni
Installing
W2-SVP-630
GN2237R3
Limitatio
Operatio
A Sprue Safety Products Brand
Sprue Safety Products Ltd.
Vanguard Centre, Sir William Lyons Road, Coventry CV4 7EZ UK
Technical Support: 0800 141 2561 / EIRE dial: 1-800 523171
Email: technicalsupport@sprue.com / Web: www.fireangel.co.uk
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forma
CONTENTS
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Unplugging from the mains/power cut . . . . . . . . 16
Key features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Product indicators (leds) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Installing the strobe and vibrating pad . . . . . . . . . 5
What to do if your strobe and
vibrating pad goes into alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Connecting the battery/mains power . . . . . . . . . . 6
Wirelessly interlinking the
Wi-Safe 2 strobe and pad to your
Wi-Safe 2 smoke or co alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Testing the Wi-Safe 2 strobe and
vibrating pad with smoke / co alarms . . . . . . . . . 10
Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Installing the strobe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
What to do in the event of
a smoke alarm triggering
the strobe and pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
What to do in the event of
a carbon monoxide alarm
triggering the strobe and pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Note: This User Manual is also available in large text and other
formats. Please call 0800 141 2561 for further information.
INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT: If you are installing this product for
use by others, you must leave this manual (or a copy
of it) for the end user.
Wi-Safe 2 technology enables wireless interlinking
between Wi-Safe 2 products.
The Strobe and Vibrating Pad, when interlinked with
Wi-Safe 2 smoke, heat and/or carbon monoxide (CO)
alarms will provide warning of danger from smoke
and/or carbon monoxide.
Pad will be triggered to alert those who may not be
able to hear the audible alarm. The flashing strobe
provides a visual warning for waking hours, while
the vibrating pad is designed to be placed under a
pillow or a mattress and is suitable for waking an
individual to alert them when an alarm sounds. If
placed under a mattress, ensure the thickness of the
mattress does not cushion the pad to the extent it
cannot be felt adequately.
KEY FEATURES
• Wi-Safe 2 products can be interlinked to create
a network, meaning if smoke or CO triggers any
alarm in the network, all other networked alarms
and ancillary devices activate.
• When used with Wi-Safe 2 enabled smoke, heat
and/or CO alarms, the kit provides additional
protection when sound alone may not be enough.
In addition to the audible sound from your smoke,
heat or CO alarm, the flashing Strobe and Vibrating
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• Provides a simple two button “learn in” process to
wirelessly interlink with Wi-Safe 2 smoke, heat or
CO alarms.
• The Strobe provides a remote low level testing
facility for testing interlinked smoke and CO
alarms
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alarms, avoiding the need to reach up to ceiling
mounted alarms to test.
• Mains powered with rechargable battery back-up
(must be replaced after 5 years).
• The Strobe will detect and demonstrate a fault or
low battery warning with any smoke alarm or CO
alarm within the interlinked network.
• The Strobe is suitable for wall mounting with 2
screw fixings or free standing.
• Designed for use with smoke, heat and CO alarms
from the Wi-Safe 2 range.
Wi-Safe 2 Strobe and Vibrating Pad Pack
contains:
1. CP-STROBE - Strobe light with integrated control
unit (referred to as “strobe”)
2.CP-VPAD - Vibrating pad to be placed under
pillow or chair (referred to as ”pad”)
3.AD-DC12V05A - AC mains adaptor, 12V, 0.5A
rated output
NOTE: The Strobe and Vibrating Pad is only
compatible with Wi-Safe 2 alarms from Sprue
Safety Products. It cannot be wirelessly
interlinked
with
other
manufacturers’
products. It is not compatible with products
from
Sprue
Safety
Products
original
Wi-Safe range.
INSTALLING THE STROBE
AND VIBRATING PAD
PREPARATION: Please ensure you have read
and understood this manual before installing your
Strobe and Vibrating Pad.
It is recommended that for optimum protection
from smoke and/or carbon monoxide, one
Wi-Safe 2 smoke alarm is fitted in each living
room of your home, including bedrooms, and one
Wi-Safe 2 CO alarm is fitted in every room containing
a fossil-fuel appliance, connected to your Strobe and
Vibrating Pad.
4.B-450L - Replaceable, rechargeable 5 year
life battery
5.Wall fixing screws
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NOTE: Up to 50 Wi-Safe 2 enabled Smoke
alarms, CO alarms and/or Wi-Safe 2 accessories
can be interlinked (“learned in”) to a single
network.
3.Place
cable
batter
recess
text o
that th
Ensure all smoke alarms and/or CO alarms to be
used are installed, tested and working correctly as
per the instructions in their respective user manuals.
CONNECTING THE
BATTERY/MAINS POWER
NOTE: The Strobe and Vibrating Pad requires both
an AC (mains) electrical supply and internal battery
for its normal operation. The battery accompanying
this product is rechargeable and charges when there
is mains power to the Strobe.
1. Plug the Vibrating Pad connector into the Strobe
(as shown in fig1). Route the wires through the
wire guide.
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4.Repla
fig1
2.Remove the battery cover on the back of the
Strobe by pulling back the clip to release.
Connect the rechargeable battery, by aligning the
terminals (red wire to red wire) and pushing the
connectors together. You may hear the Strobe
beep twice as you do this.
CAUTION: Connect the battery with mains
power disconnected.
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(fig2).
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3.Place the battery into the recess. The battery
cable needs to be positioned underneath the
battery. Place the cable at the bottom of the
recess with the battery lying over the top with the
text on the battery face down. This will ensure
that the battery is installed correctly.
4.Replace the battery cover.
5.Assemble the power cable and adaptor by
positioning the plug head as shown. Rotate onto
the adaptor clockwise until it clicks into position
(fig2).
NOTE: When power is first provided to the Strobe,
the amber LED and both red LEDs will flash twice
and the unit will ‘bleep’ three times; the amber LED
will then illuminate continuously to indicate that the
unit has not been “learned in” to any network. Both
alarm LED’s (smoke and CO) will extinguish. This will
typically happen when the battery is connected. If
the battery does not retain any residual charge, it
will happen when the mains power is connected.
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ains
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6.Plug the power cable in to the Strobe. Route the
wire through the wire guide (fig3).
fig3
7. Plug the mains adaptor into a 230V socket and
turn the power on. The green power LED should
illuminate.
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WIRELESSLY INTERLINKING
THE WI-SAFE 2 STROBE AND
VIBRATING PAD TO YOUR
WI-SAFE 2 SMOKE OR
CO ALARM
It is recommended that you read through these
“learn in” instructions before starting.
Learning a Strobe into a new Wi-Safe 2 system:
1. Place one of your smoke, heat or CO alarms
on to its base plate. You will use this product to
interlink with the strobe to create a network.
2.Using a ballpoint pen, briefly push and release
located on the back of the
the ‘learn button’
strobe (fig4).
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fig4
Learnin
system:
1. Locate
of the
produ
3.The red LEDs on the front will flash briefly then
light up for approximately five seconds.
4.During these five seconds, press the test button
on the smoke, heat or CO alarm to wirelessly
interlink the two products.The alarm will emit an
audible signal, the red LED on the alarm will also
flash.
5.After learning in the Strobe and Vibrating Pad
into the alarms, test the units individually to
ensure they are wirelessly interlinked.
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Learning a strobe into an existing Wi-Safe 2
system:
1. Locate a smoke or CO alarm that is already part
of the existing Wi-Safe 2 system. You will use this
product when adding the strobe into the network.
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2.Follow steps from point 2 above.To add any
further alarms to the network, press the learn
button on the new alarm then the test button on
the Strobe, or on any alarm already learned in to
the network.
NOTE: The battery is supplied in a discharged or
partially discharged state and will require up to 24
hours of charging (continuous connection to the
mains supply) to ensure that it is fully charged.
During this period the amber fault LED may flash
once every five seconds to indicate that the battery
is low. The following tests however may be carried
out before the charging is complete.
NOTE: The amber fault LED will also flash (once per
second) if the Vibrating Pad is not correctly installed.
After learning the Strobe and Vibrating Pad into the
alarms, test the units individually to ensure they are
wirelessly interlinked.
Once the Strobe and Pad is wirelessly interlinked
to the detectors, all products can be installed. We
recommend you install smoke, heat and CO alarms
before installing the Strobe and Pad.
Network Reset
We recommend you carry out a network reset once
the Strobe is located in its final location. Make sure
the Strobe is unplugged from the mains and remove
the battery, unclipping it from the Strobe. Wait 10
seconds, and then replace the battery, connect the
wires and plug the strobe back into the mains.
The Strobe should beep twice once connected to the
battery, and when connected to the mains should
show the green (power) LED. Test the network by
pressing the test button on the front of the Strobe.
Removing (“unlearning”) the Strobe from the
wireless network
In the event that you need to remove the Strobe
from a network (e.g. if moving house) you will need
to ‘unlearn’ it from the network using the following
procedure:
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1. Briefly push and release the learn button located
in the circular hole in the back of the Strobe
as shown (fig 4). The red LEDs on the front of the
Strobe will illuminate as you push the button.
2. Push and hold the learn button a second time.
The red LEDs will illuminate. Release the button
once the red LEDs extinguish.
3. The red LEDs will then perform a sequence of
two long and three short flashes. The amber fault
LED will illuminate continuously to confirm that
the Strobe is no longer interlinked to the wireless
network.
4. Press the test button on the Strobe. It should
not cause other Wi-Safe 2 alarms to sound. If
the Strobe is still interlinked, repeat the above
procedure.
IMPORTANT: If you wish to remove the Strobe
and Vibrating Pad from the wireless network, it is
important to “unlearn” the unit from the network.
Failure to do so means that the unit continues to try
and communicate with the removed unit, and will
result in a system fault.
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TESTING THE WI-SAFE 2
STROBE AND VIBRATING
PAD WITH SMOKE / CO ALARMS
fig5
Testing the network from the smoke alarm or
CO alarm
Briefly press the test button on the smoke alarm
or CO alarm and release (fig5). The alarm will give
an audible sound (consisting of 2 cycles of 3 loud
beeps on smoke alarms, 2 cycles of 4 rapid beeps
on CO alarms), then stop automatically. The red
(alarm) LED on the alarm will flash rapidly during
the audible signal. Any other wirelessly interlinked
alarms which are also part of the network will also
give an audible alarm, and then stop automatically.
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Weekly Testing
It is recommended that a self-test of all the units in
your Wi-Safe 2 network is carried out weekly.
In addition the network should also be tested
whenever:
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atically.
This confirms that the units are wirelessly interlinked.
Strobe: The Strobe will flash and the corresponding
red (alarm) LED will also flash.
• An additional alarm or ancillary product is added
to the system.
Vibrating Pad: The Vibrating Pad will vibrate.
• There are changes to the structure of your
property.
Repeat the procedure with all alarms in the wireless
network.
• There are significant changes in the position of
large items of furniture or electrical products in
your home.
Testing the network from the Strobe
Briefly press the test button on the Strobe and
release. The Strobe will flash, and the Vibrating
Pad will vibrate. At the same time any alarm that is
wirelessly interlinked (“learned in”) to the network
will also sound. The flashing Strobe and Vibrating
Pad will be activated for the length of time that the
alarms sound. Both red (alarm) LEDs on the Strobe
will flash for a short time.
• You replace the battery in any product within the
Wi-Safe 2 network.
The Strobe and Vibrating Pad are now ready to be
placed into position.
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POSITIONING
Where should the Strobe and Vibrating Pad
be installed?
If you have one Strobe and Vibrating Pad, it should
be installed in the main room where you sleep. You
may wirelessly interlink additional Strobes and
Vibrating Pads to the network and install them in
any room where you may need to be alerted in the
event of an alarm. It is important that if you install
additional Strobes and Vibrating Pads you test each
of these upon installation to check they are “learned
in” to the rest of the network.
Wireless Range: The wireless range of Wi-Safe 2
products is over 200 metres in clear air/clear line of
sight.
However it is recommended not to exceed 35m as
the maximum distance between any interlinked
Wi-Safe 2 smoke alarm or carbon monoxide alarm
and the Strobe and Vibrating Pad. This is because
the range can be reduced by walls, and other
obstructions in the building.
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Position the Vibrating Pad:
CAUTIO
• Under your pillow.
• Outsid
• Under a cushion on a chair where you are likely
to fall asleep.
• In a da
Test and check that the Vibrating Pad can be felt in all
circumstances where you may fall asleep. Ensure it
is placed securely and cannot fall out – ideally within
the pillowcase or cushion cover.
Position the Strobe:
• Close to a power socket where it can be easily
plugged in and the cable does not create a
tripping hazard.
• Where you can see the Strobe flashing from
anywhere in the room.
• Where you can see the LEDs on the front of the
unit.
NOTE: The Strobe can be fitted to a wall or it can be
placed on a table.
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• In a damp or humid area.
• In an area where the temperature could regularly
drop below –5°C or rise above 40°C.
• Anywhere where the units can easily be knocked
or damaged.
• In leisure accommodation vehicles (LAVs).
INSTALLING THE STROBE
Make sure the Strobe is visible from anywhere in
the room.
To wall mount the Strobe drill two suitably sized
holes 64mm apart, centre to centre, using the
template (fig6) (Warning - make sure that you check
for electrical cabling and pipework hidden in the wall
before carrying out any drilling). In the pack you will
find two screws and two screw anchors. Push the
screw anchors (if needed) into the drill holes and
secure the screw leaving the heads protruding so
that the face of the head is 5mm away from the wall.
64mm
felt in all
Ensure it
ly within
fig6
• Outside the building.
Drill hole spacing
likely
CAUTION: Do not put the Strobe and Vibrating Pad:
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Now hook the Strobe onto the screws.
If placing the Strobe on a table instead of mounting
on the wall, make sure it cannot be easily knocked
or slide off. The green ‘Power’ LED should illuminate
continuously to show that the AC power supply is
connected.
LIMITATIONS
NOTE: This Strobe and Vibrating Pad is not
compatible with products from the original Wi-Safe
product range.
• The Strobe and Vibrating Pad will not operate
in isolation, with non Wi-Safe 2 Alarms, or any
alarms made by other manufacturers.
• The separate units making up the Strobe and
Vibrating Pad cannot be interchanged with those
of other manufacturers and an attempt to do this
may render the whole system unsafe. Do not
connect any other product to the Strobe.
• The Strobe and Vibrating Pad may not respond to
the signal from a Wi-Safe 2 alarm if the alarm and
the Strobe containing the control box are too far
apart.
• The Strobe and Vibrating Pad may not respond
to the signal from a Wi-Safe 2 alarm if there are
obstructions that significantly reduce the signal
(e.g.: steel reinforcement in concrete). Always test
the operation of the Strobe and Vibrating Pad with
all other alarms and units in the network after
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DANGER: Under no circumstances should this
product be immersed in water, or used in an area
where water may come into contact with the product.
OPERATION
1.Standby Mode, but not “learned in” to a
network
.
The amber (fault) LED will be illuminated
2.Standby mode
The Strobe should be connected to the mains
AC supply with the Vibrating Pad connected, and
placed in a suitable position. The green “power”
LED on the strobe will be permanently illuminated
.
3.Alarm mode
Strobe – Flashing strobe and either smoke or CO
red LED flashing
Pad – Vibration warning
When a Wi-Safe smoke or CO alarm goes into
“alarm” mode the RESPECTIVE red alarm LED will
illuminate, the Strobe will continuously flash and the
Vibrating Pad will continuously vibrate.
The way in which the Strobe and Pad alerts a
warning is the same for both alarm types, i.e. the
Strobe will flash and the Pad will vibrate in exactly
the same way, irrespective of whether the alarm is
triggered by a smoke alarm or a CO alarm.
If both smoke and CO alarms are in “alarm” mode,
only the smoke LED will flash.
NOTE: The Strobe will stop flashing, the red LED
will cease to flash and the Vibrating Pad will stop
vibrating when the alarm sending the signal has
been reset or has stopped if the danger is no longer
present.
Only reset an alarm if you are certain there is no
imminent danger from fire or carbon monoxide.
Locate Feature
When the network is in alarm mode, pressing the
test button on any unit in the network will silence
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all other alarms in the network, for a period of 2
minutes, except the alarm that has sensed
smoke or carbon monoxide. This will enable the
instigating alarm to be located.
UNPLUGGING FROM THE
MAINS/POWER CUT
The Strobe and Vibrating Pad is designed to be
mains powered. The internal rechargeable battery
will still provide power if the mains is disconnected.
A fully charged battery will allow the Strobe and Pad
to continue to operate for three days. Only use the
battery supplied in the pack or a genuine FireAngel
replacement. Other rechargeable batteries may
damage the equipment or create a safety hazard.
WARNING:
When the mains power is
disconnected, the green power LED will no
longer illuminate and the amber (fault) LED will
double flash every 5 seconds. Plug the Strobe
back into the mains as soon as possible to
recharge the battery and maintain operation.
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If the amber LED is flashing once every 5
seconds when the green power LED is off then
URGENTLY restore power to the unit as battery
status is very low, and may fail to operate in
an alarm situation.
NOTE: Once the Strobe is plugged back into
the mains, the amber (fault) LED will continue
to flash once every 5 seconds until the battery
has fully recharged.
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PRODUCT INDICATORS (LEDS)
STATUS
STROBE/
PAD
ACTIVITY
Standby mode
POWER
GREEN
SMOKE
RED
FAULT
AMBER
CO
RED
Illuminated
None required
Mains not
connected
or on battery
power
Illuminated
(providing Strobe
is plugged into
mains)
Vibrating pad
not connected to
strobe
Mains not
connected and
battery capacity
low
Strobe will chirp
Alarm mode
Smoke
Strobe flashing/
pad vibrating
Illuminated
(providing Strobe
is plugged into
mains)
Alarm mode
CO
Strobe flashing/
pad vibrating
Illuminated
(providing Strobe
is plugged into
mains)
ACTION
NEEDED
Double flash
every five
seconds
Reconnect
Strobe to mains
power
Flashing once per
second
Reconnect
vibrating pad to
strobe
Flashing once
every 5 secs
URGENTLY
restore power
to unit as
battery status is
very low
Alarm – fire
- evacuate
property
Flashing
Flashing
Alarm – CO –
Open windows
and evacuate
property
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STATUS
STROBE/
PAD
ACTIVITY
POWER
GREEN
SMOKE
RED
Illuminated
(providing Strobe
is plugged into
mains)
FAULT
AMBER
CO
RED
ACTION
NEEDED
Flashes rapidly
Contact
technical
support
Network fault
Double flash
every 1 sec
Ensure every
alarm and WiSafe 2 device is
fitted correctly
and working
Not Learned in
Illuminated
Follow learn in
procedure
Unit fault
Powering up
Strobe Unit will
chirp with beep
sequence
Double flash (not
repeated)
Double flash (not
repeated)
Double flash (not
repeated)
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None required
WHAT TO DO IF YOUR
STROBE AND VIBRATING PAD GOES INTO ALARM
CAUTION: In all circumstances assume your Strobe
and Vibrating Pad is responding to a real alarm
situation that has been triggered by either a smoke
or CO alarm.
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The type of incident triggering the Strobe and
Vibrating Pad to go into alarm is indicated on
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Carbon Monoxide Alert
The CO (red) LED will flash
Smoke and CO Alert
The Smoke LED (red) will flash
WHAT TO DO IN THE EVENT
OF A SMOKE ALARM
TRIGGERING THE STROBE
AND PAD
What to do in case of a fire in your home
If you have made a family escape plan and practiced
it with your family, you have increased their chances
of escaping safely. Go over the following rules with
your children each time you have a fire drill. This
will help everyone remember them in case of a real
emergency.
• Don’t panic; stay calm. Your safe escape may
depend on thinking clearly and remembering
what you have practiced.
• Notify every member in the residence of the fire.
• Get out of the house as quickly as possible. Follow
a planned escape route. Do not stop to collect
anything or to get dressed.
• Feel the doors to see if they are hot. If they are
hot, do not open them - use an alternative escape
route.
• Stay close to the floor. Smoke and hot gases rise.
• Cover your nose and mouth with a cloth (wet if
possible). Take short, shallow breaths.
• Keep doors and windows closed. Open them only
if you have to in order to escape.
• Meet at your planned meeting place after leaving
the house. Carry out a head count.
• Call the fire service on 999 as soon as possible
from outside your house. If possible use a
neighbour’s phone or call box rather than a
mobile phone (as the location can be traced from
the number if the line is lost).
• Give the address and your name.
• Never go back inside the building until a member
of the fire service has told you it is safe to do so.
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If after proceeding with extreme caution you have
been able to confirm that your Strobe and Vibrating
Pad System was triggered by a nuisance alarm
(which may occur from time to time from cooking
or other non-emergency situations) you should
silence the alarm that has been triggered. This will
stop the Vibrating Pad from vibrating and the strobe
from flashing. It is important to practice escape
plans and show everyone in the house, including
children, what to do in the event of an alarm.
WHAT TO DO IN THE EVENT
OF A CARBON MONOXIDE
ALARM TRIGGERING THE
STROBE AND PAD
Assume carbon monoxide has been detected
in your home!
WHAT TO DO IN THE EVENT OF A CO ALARM
WARNING: A loud alarm is a warning that
unusually high and potentially lethal levels of
carbon monoxide are present. Never ignore this
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alarm; further exposure could be fatal. Immediately
check residents for symptoms of carbon monoxide
poisoning, (see product manual) and contact the
proper authorities to resolve all CO problems.
NEVER IGNORE ANY ALARM.
What to do during an alarm
• Keep calm and open the doors and windows to
ventilate the property.
• Stop using all fuel-burning appliances and ensure,
if possible, that they are turned off.
• Evacuate the property leaving the doors and
windows open.
• Ring your gas or other fuel supplier on their
emergency number; keep the number in a
prominent place.
• Do not re-enter the property until the alarm
has stopped. When exposed to fresh air it can
take up to 10 minutes for the sensor to clear and
the alarm to stop depending on the level of
carbon monoxide detected.
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advise that carbon monoxide poisoning
is suspected.
• Do not use the appliances again until they have
been checked by an expert. Contact a Gas Safe
registered engineer in the case of a gas appliance.
REPAIR
WARNING: DO NOT attempt to repair your Strobe
and Vibrating Pad System. Your Wi-Safe 2 Strobe and
Vibrating Pad is a sealed AC electrical device, and no
attempt should be made to open the casing on any
part of the system. Attempting to open any case will:
If your Wi-Safe 2 Strobe and Vibrating Pad is not
working correctly and you are unable to resolve
the problem after consulting the “Troubleshooting”
section, please contact Technical Support.
The battery provided has been chosen specifically
for this application but will need to be replaced
every 5 years under normal operating conditions.
If during normal operation (i.e. connected to the
mains supply for at least 72 hours) the amber LED
flashes once every 5 seconds while the green LED
is illuminated, contact Technical Support for advice.
IMPORTANT: Do not replace with any other type
of battery.
• Damage your system.
• Possibly result in exposure to a potentially lethal
electric shock.
• Impair its operation.
• Invalidate your warranty.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The Vibrating Pad does not vibrate when testing
Check the Vibrating Pad is correctly connected to the Strobe. If it
is correctly connected and the fault (amber) LED is flashing after 2
minutes, contact Technical Support on 0800 141 2561.
The Strobe is connected to the power supply but
the power (green) LED is not illuminated
Check the power supply is plugged in and switched on at a
working power socket.
The fault (amber) LED flashes once every 5
seconds continuously
Urgently restore mains power to the Strobe unit. If the Strobe unit
is plugged in to the mains supply and has been switched on for at
least 72 hours, the battery may be faulty. Call Technical Support on
0800 141 2561.
The power (green) LED is illuminated, and the
fault (amber) LED is also continuously lit
The strobe unit is not interlinked (“learned in”) to the rest of the
network. If you have learned in the unit, and this is happening
regularly, call Technical Support on 0800 141 2561.
The Strobe and Vibrating Pad does not respond to
a smoke or CO alarm that is being tested
Check that the alarm and the Strobe and Vibrating Pad have been
interlinked (“learned in”) correctly. Check that the units are in
range, see “Positioning”. If the Strobe and Vibrating Pad still fails to
respond, call Technical Support on 0800 141 2561.
The fault (amber) LED double flashes, rapidly
One or more alarms in the network are missing, faulty or disabled
(removed from its base).
Unit chirps once per minute
Refer to product indicators for LED flash pattern. If in doubt contact
Technical Support on 0800 141 2561.
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DISPOSAL
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with
regular household waste. Your Strobe and Vibrating Pad should
be disposed of in line with the waste electronic and electrical
equipment (WEEE) regulations. Please recycle where facilities
exist. Check with your local authority, retailer or contact our
technical support team for recycling/disposal advice as regional
variations apply. Please “unlearn” the strobe from its wireless
network and disconnect the battery within the stobe before
disposal. Failure to do so could result in a system fault.
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN. DO NOT BURN.
WARRANTY
Sprue Safety Products Ltd warrants to the original purchaser
that its enclosed Wi-Safe 2 Strobe and Vibrating Pad alert
(W2-SVP-630) be free from defects in materials and workmanship
under normal residential use and service for a period of 5 (five)
years from the date of purchase. Provided it is returned with
postage prepaid and proof of purchase date, Sprue Safety
Products Ltd hereby warrants that during the 5 (five) year period
commencing from the date of purchase Sprue Safety Products
Ltd, at its discretion, agrees to replace the unit free of charge.
The warranty on any replacement W2-SVP-630 will last for the
remainder of the period of the original warranty in respect of the
product originally purchased – that is from the date of original
purchase and not from the date of receipt of the replacement
product. Sprue Safety Products Ltd reserves the right to offer
an alternative product similar to that being replaced if the
original model is no longer available or in stock. This warranty
applies to the original retail purchaser from the date of original
retail purchase and is not transferable. Proof of purchase is
required. This warranty does not cover damage resulting from
accident, misuse, disassembly, abuse or lack of reasonable care
of the product, or applications not in accordance with the user
manual. It does not cover events and conditions outside of Sprue
Safety Products Ltd’s control, such as Acts of God (fire, severe
weather etc.). It does not apply to retail stores, service centres
or any distributors or agents. Sprue Safety Products Ltd will not
recognise any changes to this warranty by third parties. Sprue
Safety Products Ltd shall not be liable for any incidental or
consequential damages caused by the breach of any expressed
or implied warranty. Except to the extent prohibited by applicable
law, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose is limited in duration for 5 (five) years. This
warranty does not affect your statutory rights. Except for death or
personal injury, Sprue Safety Products Ltd shall not be liable for
any loss of use, damage, cost or expense relating to this product
or for any indirect or consequential loss, damages or costs
incurred by you or any other user of this product.
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