Fire Safety, Maintenance
Alarms that are interlinked are constantly communicating with each other which is why when one alarm detects danger, all the alarms will sound. Unfortunately, it also means that if you take away an alarm without following the ‘un-learning process’ the other alarms will continue to try and communicate with the now ‘missing’ alarm. Over time this results in reduced battery power in the remaining alarms, reducing the lifespan of the alarms.
Following the below steps and easy how-to video will ensure the alarm is removed effectively from the network.