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3. This alarm should be installed by
a qualified electrician in accordance
with the current wiring regulations.
Installation/Operating
instructions For Smoke Alarm
Model Ref: ASIM (VST-IS598IH)
Thank you for purchasing a KingShield
Smoke Alarm from GreenBrook
Electrical. This product should be
installed by a competent person and in
accordance with the current IEE Wiring
Regulations. If in doubt, consult a
qualified electrician.
KEEP THESE
INSTRUCTIONS SAFE
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
ALARM FEATURES
Ionization smoke alarms are generally more
effective at detecting flaming fires which
consume combustible materials
rapidly and spread quickly. Sources of these
fires may include paper burning in a waste
paper or rubbish bin or a grease fire in the
kitchen.
• AC/DC operated Ionization type smoke
alarm
• Ionization sensor for fast flaming fires
• Low battery warning indicator
• High and stable sensitivity sensor
• Quick fix mounting bracket and simple
AC connector for simple installation.
• Fitting and battery tamper-resist feature
• Inter-connectable with up to 40 units
• Self test button
• Alarm and AC power-on LED indicators
• Smoke alarm will automatically re-set
when smoke clears.
SAFETY INFORMATION
test the smoke alarm weekly and re
place every 5 years.
4. This alarm is designed to be used
inside a single family building only. In
multi-family buildings, each individual
living unit should have its own alarm.
DO NOT install in non-residential
buildings or places which house many
people like hotels, motels, dormitories,
hospitals, nursing homes or group
homes. This alarm is not a substitute
for a complete alarm system.
Note: For best protection, we recommend
that you install a smoke alarm in every
room.
6. Smoke alarms may not alert every
household member every time. The
alarm sound of the alarm is loud in
order to alert individuals of a potential
danger. However, there may be limiting
circumstances where a household
member may not hear the alarm (i.e.
outdoor or indoor noise, sound sleepers,
the hard of hearing, etc.)
Typical Multi-Story or Split Level Home
Install a smoke alarm on the ceiling or
wall inside each bedroom and in the
hallway outside each separate sleeping
area. If a bedroom area hallway is more
than 30 feet long, install a smoke alarm
at each end. Also, install a smoke alarm
on the top of a first to second floor stairwell.
SMOKE ALARM PLACEMENT
Typical Single-Story Home
Install a smoke alarm on the ceiling or
wall inside each bedroom and in the hallway
outside each separate sleeping area. If a
bedroom area hallway is more than 30
5. Install an alarm in every room and on feet long, install a smoke alarm at each
every level of the home. Smoke may
end. If there is a basement, install a
not reach the smoke alarm for many
reasons. For example, if a fire starts in smoke alarm on the basement ceiling at
a remote part of the home, on another the bottom of the stairwell.
level, in a chimney, wall, roof or on the
Single-Story Residence
other side of a closed door, smoke
may not reach the smoke alarm in
time to alert household members. A
smoke alarm will not promptly detect
a fire except in the area in which it is
installed.
7. Household members must hear the
alarm’s warning sound and quickly
respond to it, to reduce the risk of
damage, injury or death that may
result from a fire. If a household
member is hard of hearing, install
special smoke alarms with lights or
vibrating devices to alert occupants.
8. Smoke alarms can only sound their
alarms when they detect smoke.
Smoke alarms detect combustion
particles in the air. They do not sense
heat, flames or gas. This smoke alarm
is designed to give audible warning of
a developing fire. However many fires
are fast-burning, explosive or intentional.
Others are caused by carelessness or
safety hazards. Smoke may not reach
the smoke alarm QUICKLY ENOUGH
to ensure safe escape.
1. This smoke alarm requires constant
220-240V AC 50Hz mains power
supply to operate properly. Backup 9V
DC battery will offer additional protection
9. Smoke alarms have limitations. This
in the event of a power failure. DO
smoke alarm is not foolproof and is
NOT use any other kind of battery
not warranted to protect lives or
except as specified.
property from fire. Smoke alarms are
2. The push-to-test button accurately
not suitable for insurance. Home
tests all smoke alarm functions. DO
owners and renters should ensure
NOT use any other test method. Test
their lives and property. In addition it
the alarm weekly to ensure proper
is possible for the smoke alarm to fail
operation.
at any time. For this reason, you must
Two-Story
Residence
Minimum required smoke alarm locations
Recommended additional smoke alarm locations
Smoke alarms recommended for additional
protection
IMPORTANT SMOKE ALARM PLACEMENT
AND EXCEPTION INFORMATION
1. Install a smoke alarm as close to the
center of the ceiling as possible. If this
is not practical, mount no closer than
4 inches from a wall or corner. Also, if
local codes allow, install smoke
alarms on the wall between 4 and 12
inches from the ceiling/wall
intersections.
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2. Install a minimum of two smoke
alarms in every home, no matter how
small the home.
PLEASE NOTE: The alarm will not
mount to the plate if the battery is not
installed. You must install the battery.
3. Install a smoke alarm in each room
that is divided by a partial wall either
coming down from the ceiling at least
8 inches, or coming up from the floor.
14.You can now turn the mains power
supply back on and test your alarm.
See the ‘Testing’ section.
4. Install a smoke alarm in lived-in attics
or attics which house electrical
equipment like fires, air conditioners or
heaters.
2. Remove the mounting plate from the
back of the alarm by turning the plate
counter clockwise.
3. Gently pull the wires through the
centre hole of the plate.
4. Secure the plate to the ceiling or wall
with mounting screws.
5. With a three way connector block,
connect the brown wire from the
connector plug to the brown/red
household wire.
DO NOT INSTALL SMOKE ALARMS 1. Near appliances or areas where
normal combustion regularly occurs
such as kitchens, near fires or hot
water heaters.
2. In areas with high humidity, like
bathrooms or areas near dishwashers
or washing machines. Install at least
10 feet away from these areas.
3. Near air returns or heating and
cooling supply vents. Install at least 3
feet away from these areas. The air
could blow smoke away from the
detector, interrupting its alarm.
6. Connect the blue wire from the
connector plug to the blue/black
household wire.
8. Lift open the battery pocket door.
9. Connect the new 9V battery to the
battery connector inside the battery
pocket. Be sure that the battery is
securely connected. The alarm may
beep briefly when the battery is
installed.
10.Close the battery pocket door,
snapping it into place.
5. In extremely dusty, dirty areas or
insect-infested areas where loose
particles could interfere with the
smoke alarms operation.
11.Attach the connector plug to the pins
on the back of the alarm. The plug will
only fit one way and will snap into
place.
WARNING: This alarm is mains powered
and requires wiring in accordance with
the current IEE Regulations for Electrical
Installations (BS7671).
The circuit used to power the smoke
alarm must be a dedicated permanent
supply that cannot be switched off
accidentally by the normal user. Before
installing ensure the electrical supply is
isolated.
1. Isolate the power supply by switching
off at the mains.
For inter-connecting line, use only
1.0mm2 to 1.5mm2 solid or stranded
wire. When inter-connecting, the maximum wire length can be up to 1500 feet
between any two alarms using 1.0mm2 or
4000 feet for 1.5mm2. (20 Ohms loop
resistance).
This alarm can be inter-connected with
as many as 40 KingShield smoke or heat
alarms. Do not try to connect to any
other type or model of alarm other than
KingShield models.
7. If you want to inter-connect more
alarms, connect the yellow wire from
the connector to the inter-connection
wire between the smoke alarms. See
‘Inter-Connecting Your Smoke Alarms’
section.
If it is a single alarm you are installing,
simply cover the yellow wire with
electrical tape and tuck it into the
junction box.
4. Do not install smoke alarms in rooms
where temperatures may fall below
4°C or rise above 38°C.
HOW TO INSTALL
INTER-CONNECTING
YOUR SMOKE ALARMS
12.Gently tug the connector to be sure it
is attached securely.
13.Position the alarm on the mounting
plate and turn clockwise to lock into
place. To engage the tamper resist
feature, insert the pin into the notch
on the edge of the alarm when the
alarm is properly positioned on the
mounting plate.
OPERATING THE ALARM
Once the alarm has been installed a
small green LED indicator light should
be visible through the alarm grill, indicating
that it is receiving AC supply. A red LED
indicator light should also flash once a
minute to indicate the battery is healthy
and the unit is operating properly.
If smoke is detected, the unit will emit a
loud pulsating alarm and a red indicator
light will flash quickly and will continue
to do so until the air is clear.
The ‘HUSH’ feature can mute the detector
if it has been advertently triggered by
holding down the ‘TEST/HUSH’ button
for a few seconds. The alarm will be
muted for 10 minutes and then will reset
into normal mode.
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TESTING
Test the alarm to be sure it is installed
correctly and operating properly. The
push to test button accurately tests the
functions. Do not use an open flame to
test this smoke alarm. You may ignite
and damage the smoke alarm or your
home.
When testing, stand at arms length away
from the alarm as the horn is very loud
and can be harmful to your hearing.
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family into a safe place, before you start
investigating.
Check the house carefully in case there is
a small fire smoldering somewhere.
Check whether there is some source of
smoke or fumes, for example cooking
fumes being drawn past the smoke
alarm by an extractor.
If there are frequent nuisance/false
alarms it may be necessary to re-locate
the device away from the source of
fumes.
If for some reason the alarm continues
to sound without smoke or heat being
present (due to insect infestation or
contamination build up for example) the
unit can be silenced by disconnecting
the mains power and removing the unit.
If cleaning the alarm does not correct
the problem it can be returned to the
manufacturer for repair or replacement.
1. Firmly press the PUSH-TO-TEST
button for at least 5 seconds. The
HUSH FEATURE
alarm will sound a loud beeping noise.
This will end when the push to test
All KingShield smoke alarms have a
button is released.
combined test/hush button to help you
2. If the alarm does not sound press the control nuisance false alarms.
PUSH-TO-TEST button again. If it still
does not sound, please contact your
1.To cancel a false alarm press the
electrician to come and check the
test/hush button located on the cover
wiring of your alarm.
for a second and then release it. The
alarm
will automatically switch to a
The alarm may also be tested using a
reduced sensitivity condition.
good quality smoke alarm aerosol
(very large levels of smoke from a
smoke test spray. Ensure that the
nearby
fire will override the hush on
manufacturers instructions are
the
smoke
alarm)In approximately 3
followed. Note: If the push to
seconds the buzzer will be silent for
test/hush button has been activated,
10
minutes.
then the alarm will be in reduced
sensitivity mode. Allow 10 minutes to
elapse before carrying out the smoke
spray testing. The reduced sensitivity
mode is indicated by the red LED
indicator flashing once every 10
seconds rather than the normal mode
of once every 40 seconds.
Ensure you test the alarms weekly and
upon return from any vacation or
when no one has been in the house
for several days.
DANGER: If the alarm sounds without the
test button being pressed you must assume
this is indicating a fire and so requires your
immediate attention and action.
NUISANCE ALARMS
If there is a nuisance alarm simply press
the test/hush button on the alarm to
silence it for 10 minutes.
If, when the alarm goes off, there is no
sign of smoke, heat or noise to indicate
that there is a fire, you should get your
a vacuum cleaner.
Vacuum all sides and the cover of the
alarm. Be sure all of the vents are free
from debris. If necessary, use a damp
cloth to clean the alarm cover.
IMPORTANT: Do not
attempt to remove the
cover to clean inside the
alarm. This will invalidate
your warranty.
REPLACING THE BATTERY
Always turn off the power supply to the
alarm before attempting to replace the
battery. The battery must be replaced
every 3 years or immediately when the
‘low battery’ signal sounds.
WARNING: Do not use any other type of
battery. This unit requires one standard
9V battery. Do not use rechargeable
batteries.
1. Turn off the mains power to the alarm.
2. Remove the tamper-resist tab fitted
between the mounting plate and
detector. Turn smoke alarm counter
clockwise to detach it from the
mounting plate and gently pull the
alarm down.
3. Remove the battery.
4. Connect and insert the new 9V battery,
noting the polarity of the connections.
Ensure the metal tab is fully depressed
when the battery has been fitted.
The unit will flash the red light every 10
seconds (instead of the normal 40 seconds)
5. Using the push-to-test button, test the
to indicate the sensitivity is reduced.
smoke alarm to verify 9V DC battery
backup. See ‘TESTING’ for more
On inter-connected alarms, pressing
information.
the test/hush on any other alarm will
not cancel the alarm. Only the unit
6. Re-attach the alarm to the mounting
with the red LED flash will silence the
plate by turning the alarm clockwise
alarm.
until it snaps into place. Once in place,
insert the tamper-resist tab into the
notch on the edge of the alarm.
2. The unit will reset to normal sensitivity
at the end of the silenced period. If
7. Turn the power back on to the alarm
additional silenced time is required,
and test it using the PUSH-TO-TEST
simply push the test/hush button
button, see ‘TESTING’ section. If the
again.
alarm fails to operate, please refer to
the ‘TROUBLESHOOTING’ section of
CLEANING
these instructions. If problem still
In addition to weekly testing, this alarm
persists, please speak to your electrician.
requires yearly battery replacement and
Do not attempt to remove the cover of
periodic cleaning.
the alarm as this will invalidate your
warranty.
1. Turn the mains power off to the alarm.
2. Clean the alarm at least once a month
to remove dust, dirt and debris using
the soft brush or wand attachment to
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PRACTICE FIRE SAFETY
If the alarm sounds and you have not
pushed the test button, it is a warning of
a dangerous situation. Your immediate
response is necessary.
To prepare for such an occurrence,
develop family escape plans, discuss
them with all household members, and
practice them regularly.
1. Expose everyone to the sound of the
smoke alarm and explain what the
sound means.
2. Determine two exits from each room
and an escape route to the outside
from each exit.
3. Teach all household members to
touch the door and if it’s hot, they
must use an alternative exit. Instruct
them not to open the door if it is hot.
4. Teach household members to crawl
along the floor to stay below dangerous
smoke, fumes and gases.
5. Determine a safe meeting point for all
members outside the building.
WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF FIRE
1. Do not panic, stay clam.
2. Leave the building as quickly as possible.
Touch the doors to feel if they are hot
before opening them. Use an alternative
exit if the door is hot. Crawl along the
floor, do not stop to collect anything.
3. Meet at the pre-arranged meeting
point outside the building.
4. Call the fire brigade.
5. Do not go back inside a burning building.
Wait for the fire brigade to arrive.
These guidelines will assist you in the event
of a fire. However, to reduce the chance that
fires will start, practice fire safety rules and
prevent hazardous situations.
WARNING: DO NOT disconnect the
battery to stop an unwanted alarm. This
will stop your fire protection.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
Alarm does not
sound when
tested
SOLUTION
1. Clean the alarm
2. Check green LED is
lit, if LED is not lit
this indicates AC
NOTE: Push the
power failure. Get a
test button for at
competent person to
least 5 seconds
check AC power is
while testing!
present and rectify
any faults.
3. Replace battery and
test as per ‘battery
replacement’ section.
4. Replace alarm on
mounting plate if
green LED is not lit
and or alarm does
not function replace
alarm.
The alarm beeps Replace the battery, See
about once a
‘Replacing The Battery’
minute
section
Alarm is making 1. Clean the alarm. See
unwanted or
the ‘Cleaning’ section
nuisance alarms
2. Have the alarm moved
to a new location by an
electrician. Also, see
‘Alarm Placement’
section
The alarm horn
sounds different
to the one I’m
use to for heat
or smoke
alarms
The alarm is operating
correctly.
This alarm features the
international horn sound
for evacuation. The horn
pattern is 3 short beeps
followed by 2 second
pauses and then repeats.
ALARMS RANGE
Our range of Alarms Mains Ionisation Smoke
Alarm Model: ASIM
Mains Photoelectric
Smoke Alarm
Model: ASPM
Mains Heat Alarm
Model: AHPM
GUARANTEE
Your KingShield Smoke Alarm is
guaranteed for 5 years from the date
of purchase. This does not affect
your statutory rights.
WARNING - Contains small amounts of
Radioactive material Am241, <29.6KBq (0.8uCi)
TECHNICAL DATA
4°C to 38°C
220-240V AC 50Hz & 9V
Alkaline Battery Backup
Battery Backup: In event of a power loss the
battery will give operation for 3yrs under normal
operating conditions.
Stand by Current:
15µA Max
Alarm Current:
20mA Max
Alarm Sound Level: 85Db at 3M
Humidity Rating:
10% - 90%
Interconnect Qty’s: Up to 40 GreenBrook
Smoke/Heat alarms can inter-connect
Reactive Threshold: 0.61~1.92 %FT.OBS.
Please note: This alarm can only be interconnected with other GreenBrook alarms.
Conforms to:
BS EN 14604:2005
BS EN 61000-6-3:2007
BS EN 50130-4:1995
+A1 1998 +A2 2003
Recommended replacement batteries Alkaline Type 9V battery
Detector type:
Ionization chamber
Compact size:
110mm diameter
Operating Temp:
Electrical Rating:
CLASS II Apparatus
PLEASE KEEP THESE
INSTRUCTIONS SAFE
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
BS EN 14604:2005
Licence No. KM 539000
EN 14604
0086-CPD-539001
sales@greenbrook.co.uk
WWW.GREENBROOK.CO.UK
Issue no: 703304
WEST ROAD . HARLOW
ESSEX . CM20 2BG . UK
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