Seperate Visual Warning Device

Seperate Visual Warning Device
Separate Visual Warning
Device for Deaf and Hard
of Hearing Alarms
230V ~ Mains Powered with Rechargeable Battery Back-up
Alarm for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Model EIB171RF
• Stand-alone unit designed for use with RadioLINK bases,
alarms & accessories
• Integral high intensity strobe
• Wireless interconnection to RadioLINK units
• Visual RF transmission and power indicators
• Unique “House Coding” feature
• Rechargeable battery back-up
• Low battery power warning
• Auxiliary sockets for connection of additional devices
• 5 year guarantee
Please note smoke alarms sold seperately
Product Description
Operation
The EIB171RF is a RadioLINK alarm designed to give
warning to the deaf and hard of hearing. It consists of a
strobe unit, and runs on 230V AC Mains power with a built in
long-life sealed Lead-acid rechargeable battery
It is designed for daytime rooms as a visual indicator. If a
bedroom is to be covered then the use of an EIB170RF
alarm should be used which includes a vibrating pillow pad
(see separate datasheet)
The unit has a built-in high intensity Xenon strobe with a
specially designed lens that provides wide-angle light output
An integral ‘Test’ button is also present on the front of the
unit, allowing an easy means of testing the strobe, vibration
pad and the RadioLINK enabled alarms in the system
The unit has a “House Code” feature that allows a system of
RadioLINK units to be coded together to prevent interference
with neighboring systems
The unit uses advanced transceiver and signal coding
technology to ensure robust and reliable RF signalling.
The green ‘Power’ indicator light on the front of the strobe
unit will illuminate to show mains power is present
• If the mains power fails the green indicator will extinguish
and change to an amber flash every 4 seconds to indicate
that the unit is running on battery back-up. If the battery
back-up becomes depleted, the amber ‘Fault’ indicator will
flash once every 4 seconds
• In normal standby mode, the blue indicator will flash every
40 seconds if the battery in one of the RadioLINK alarms it
is House Coded with becomes depleted
• In “House Code”, the blue indicator will flash to indicate the
number of RF units that have been House Coded together
as a system
• On receipt of a RadioLINK alarm or test signal, the strobe
will flash. The red ‘Alarm’ indicator light will also flash
• Pressing the Test button will check and activate the strobe.
The unit will also send out a RadioLINK alarm signal that will
activate all RadioLINK units in the system. The blue
indicator will illuminate for 3.5 seconds as the RF signal is
being sent.
Australia Head Office: 4 Pike Street Rydalmere NSW 2116
Ph+61 2 9684 1466 Fx+61 2 9684 4146 Toll Free 1300 78 FIRE
New Zealand Unit 106, The Zone, 23 Edwin Street Mount Eden 1024
Ph+64 9 638 4644 Fx+64 9 6384645 Toll Free 0800 220 007
Web: AUS - www.brooks.com.au
NZ - www.brooks.co.nz
E & OE As our policy is one of continuous product development, we reserve the right to alter product details without prior notice.
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Technical Specification
1. A strobe unit designed to give warning of fire to deaf and hard of
hearing occupants. For use with BROOKS Professional EIB2110,
EIB140 Series Smoke and Heat alarms (when mounted on an
EIB168RF RadioLINK base) and RadioLINK Carbon Monoxide
(CO) alarms. It can also be used with all other RadioLINK
devices/ancillaries, including the 600 Series RadioLINK Smoke &
Heat alarms.
2. Eliminates the need for any cabling between the EIB170RF and
the Smoke/Heat/CO alarms used in the system.
3. Requires 230V AC, 50Hz Mains Power Supply.
4. The unit has a built in high-intensity Xenon strobe (flash rate
0.8Hz) with a wide light output angle.
5. Built-in long life sealed lead acid rechargeable battery to provide
back-up power in the event of mains failure. Standby capacity 7
days (followed by 15 minutes alarm), lifespan 5 years in normal
use. The battery is connected by plugging it into the socket in the
bottom of the battery box.
6. Comprehensive indicating lights on front of the unit:
Power – constant green to indicate mains is present, flashes
amber every 4 seconds with mains absent.
Alarm (red) – flashes every second when unit has been triggered.
Fault (amber) – flashes every 4 seconds if fault is detected with
panel/vibration pad.
– flashes every 4 seconds if rechargeable back-up battery is
depleted or faulty.
RF status (blue) – illuminates when RF signal is being sent,
flashes in House Code mode to indicate the number of
units ‘learned’ (see point 16), flashes every 40 seconds if
RadioLINK smoke alarms have a low
battery
7. Mains transformer is mounted in separate box and hard-wired to
the strobe unit with 4m of low Voltage cable. Supplied with 2m of
mains cable and pre-wired 13 Amp plug (with a 3 Amp fuse).
8. Integrated Test button on the front of the unit. Pressing this
checks strobe and control circuitry and also sends out a
RadioLINK alarm signal to other units in the system.
9. Connecting sockets on rear of unit as follows:
Auxiliary sockets – Two auxiliary sockets are available on the rear
of the unit to allow connection of additional
Strobes etc. Locking socket (JST type VHR-2N). Each provides
12V/200mA when unit is in alarm. Can be
used for any of the following: auxiliary strobe EI178, or for
triggering a radio pager.
10. Radio frequency is 926MHZ
11. RF Range: the type of building will be the major limiting
factor e.g. the number and type of walls/ceilings that the radio
signal has to pass through. As a guide, 30m should be the
maximum distance between any of the RadioLINK units in the
system.
12. Up to 12 RadioLINK units can be used in one system. For
larger systems contact our Customer Services Department for
guidance.
13. Units are in factory code when received (they will all
communicate with each other). They must be ‘House Coded’ to
eliminate the risk of adjacent properties communicating with
each other. After House Coding they will only communicate with
other RadioLINK units coded at the same time.
14. House Code: operate the House Code switch by inserting a
small screwdriver through the hole on the cover. Also place all
other RadioLINK units into House Code mode – see instructions
supplied with the units being used. The blue light on the cover of
the EIB170RF will flash slowly: this indicates it is receiving the
unique serial numbers being sent by all other RadioLINK units in
House Code mode. The number of flashes of the blue light
indicates the number of units in the system. The EIB170RF will
return to normal standby mode automatically after 30 minutes.
Pressing the House Code switch again will return it to normal
standby immediately.
15. An optional additional strobe (EI178) is available for
providing warning in additional rooms. The EI178 is supplied with
10m of pre-wired cable and plug for connection to one of the
Auxiliary sockets.
16. Complies with AS/NZ 4268:2003
17. Designed for wall or surface mounting.
18. Dimensions: Control Box - 195mm x 125mm x 75mm Mains
Adapter - 60mm x 50mm x 90mm
19. Weight: Control Box - 770g Mains Adapter - 600g
20. Ambient Temperature Range: 4°C to 40°C. Humidity Range:
0 to 90% relative humidity.
21. 5 year guarantee.
22. Manufactured in Ireland.
Australia Head Office: 4 Pike Street Rydalmere NSW 2116
Ph+61 2 9684 1466 Fx+61 2 9684 4146 Toll Free 1300 78 FIRE
New Zealand Unit 106, The Zone, 23 Edwin Street Mount Eden 1024
Ph+64 9 638 4644 Fx+64 9 6384645 Toll Free 0800 220 007
Web: AUS - www.brooks.com.au
NZ - www.brooks.co.nz
E & OE As our policy is one of continuous product development, we reserve the right to alter product details without prior notice.
Sydney
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Melbourne
-
Adelaide
-
Brisbane
-
Perth
-
Hobart
-
Darwin
DSEIB171RF 20/04/2015
New Zealand
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