This intelligent technology enables wireless communication with any other Wi-Safe 2 product. When one alarm sounds they all sound and up to 50 devices can be interlinked together. Each alarm communicates with others by continuously sending and receiving wireless signals, to constantly monitor and communicate with the network. When any alarm detects smoke, heat, or carbon monoxide (CO), the wireless module inside sends a signal to all the connected alarms ensuring a fast reaction across the network.
The Wi-Safe 2 range of products are designed to provide an enhanced level of fire and carbon monoxide safety for high risk individuals such as the deaf, those with mild to moderate hearing loss, children and people under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Wi-Safe 2 products can be linked together in a matter of seconds with a simple two button connection process. Wi-Safe 2 simplifi es installation with no need for extra wiring, mess or fuss.
The intelligent locate feature means on activation, pressing the Test / Silence button on any alarm in the network will silence all but the initiating alarm which has sensed smoke, heat or carbon monoxide.
Install Alarm 1 as described in the product manual (see 'Hardwire Installation'). Install the base plate for Alarm 2 in one of the recommended locations.
1. Using a ballpoint pen briefly push and release the 'learn button' on the back of Alarm 2. The red LED next to the learn button will flash briefly then light up for approximately 5 seconds.
2. During these 5 seconds you need to briefly press the test button on Alarm 1 to wirelessly interlink the two alarms. Alarm 1 will give an audible sound consisting of two cycles of three loud beeps.
3. The red LED on the wireless module of Alarm 2 will flash to indicate that it has been ‘learned-in’ successfully. If the test button is not pressed quickly enough, the ‘learn-in’ process will fail. If this happens, repeat the process.
To complete the installation, fit Alarm 2 onto its base plate. Additional alarms should be ‘learned-in’ in the same way. When ‘learning-in’ additional alarms, any alarm already in the network, can be used as ‘Alarm 1’. You do not have to ‘learn-in’ to every alarm in the network.