Interconnectable with up to 12 compatible alarms, the BRK 670MBX is a mains powered ionisation smoke alarm with a 9V alkaline back-up battery. The 670MBX smoke alarm is quick to detect fast flaming fires, sounding an 85dB audible warning and is typically installed in landing areas. The BRK 670MBX is Kitemarked to the latest British Standards and has a 5 year manufacturer's warranty.
The table below shows all the units that can interconnect with the BRK mains powered smoke and heat alarms.
|Model Number||Type of unit||Type of interconnection|
|670MBX||Ionisation Smoke Alarm||Hard wire interconnect|
|660MBX||Optical Smoke Alarm||Hard wire interconnect|
|690MBX||Heat Alarm||Hard wire interconnect|
This is the technical data for the Mains Powered Ionisation Smoke Alarm with Alkaline Battery Back-up - BRK 670MBX.
|Sound Output||85dB at 3m|
|Back-Up Battery||9V alkaline|
|Operating Temperature||+5 °C to +38 °C|
|Relative Humidity||10% to 85%|
The following technical data sheets are available for this product:
|Product Code: BK670MBX||
Lead Time: 3–5 days
£13.99 ex VAT
£16.79 inc VAT
12 customers have rated this product and it has an overall rating of 4.8 out of 5
Reviewed by: JP
Clear instructions easy to fit, working fine so far
Published on: 8th January 2017
Reviewed by: DG
Excellent product Did the job, easy to replace old for new.
Published on: 4th November 2016
Reviewed by: GB
Easy to fit and does the job. Back up battery is an improvement on the earlier model.
Published on: 18th October 2016
Reviewed by: BB
fast and easy to order through to delivery
Published on: 27th August 2016
Reviewed by: DH
Very easy to retro fit. My original one stopped working, I needed a replacement. The new one fitted perfectly into the wall mounting and the existing wiring.
Published on: 19th August 2016
Reviewed by: MA
Easy to fit, work very well, very peasedwith the product. Electrician fitted them.
Published on: 1st August 2016
Reviewed by: DC
Very good Service Immediate Delivery Did not fit the spacer on the ceiling as the one was to shallow so had to make a space in the ceiling to accommodate the plug
Published on: 11th July 2016