Heat alarm responds when temperature rises to about 58oC and is suitable for kitchen, basement, warehouse, lofts and garages where false alarm may likely occur to smoke alarm due to steam or cooking flame or particles caused nuisance alarm. Tested and comply with BS5446: Part 1, Grade A1 prEN54; Pt5: Clause 5.4 (draft) F1 (21-07-97)E performance. The general ionization and optical smoke alarm will produce nuisance alarm if installed in a kitchen or garage. In some instance at very high temperature and humidity heat alarm is more effective and appropriate. All the Homewatch Heat Alarm are tested & complied with British standard.

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H1201- 9V DC standard
  • Heat sensor with thermal technology
  • Test push button to test function and circuitry
  • Red LED flashes indicating alarm functioning
  • Recommend to install at kitchen, garage and loft
  • Achieve Grade A1 54oC ~62oC, tested by BSI, UK
  • Suitable for BS5893: Part 6: 1995 Fire system Grade F
  • Low battery warning signal
  • Sounder 85dB at 3 meters (10 ft)
  • Optional missing battery indication or missing battery lockout
  • Easy and simple installation
  • Environmental friendly product
H1211- Interconnectable(multi-station)
  • With additional interconnectable up to 12 alarms or to other Homewatch 9V DC interconnectable ionisation and photo alarm. All units sound in the event of one alarm being triggered
WARNING: Heat alarm is not designed to detect smoke. They provide an additional life safety-warning device. This is an early warning signal device.