Discontinued Product - No Compatible Replacement
The manufacturer has withdrawn from the European market and is no longer supplying compatible alternatives. Since it is not possible to interlink alarms from different manufacturers, the recommended replacement for the whole discontinued BRK 700MRL range is the Aico Ei3000 series.
£50.87 inc VAT
£42.39 ex VAT
Fitted with a sealed lifetime self-charging lithium back-up battery, the BRK 700MRL series of mains powered smoke and heat alarms are Kitemarked to the latest British Standards and have a 5 year manufacturer's warranty. Suitable for installations complying with BS 5839-6 Grade D1, up to 12 BRK mains powered alarms can be hard wire interlinked within a single system, providing early warning of danger.
Please note: these products are not a direct upgrade from the 660MBX, 670MBX, or 690MBX alarms. Upgrading from a BRK 600MBX series alarm featuring an alkaline battery and twist-on base may require rewiring by a qualified electrician.
The table below shows all the units that can interlink with the BRK mains powered smoke and heat alarms.
|Model Number||Type of unit||Type of interlink|
|770MRL||Ionisation Smoke Alarm||Hard wire interlink|
|760MRL||Optical Smoke Alarm||Hard wire interlink|
|790MRL||Heat Alarm||Hard wire interlink|
770MRL Ionisation Smoke Alarm: BK770MRL
760MRL Optical Smoke Alarm: BK760MRL
790MRL Heat Alarm: BK790MRL
Self-Charging Lifetime Lithium
BRK 770MRL Ionisation Smoke Alarm: 53x140mm
BRK 760MRL Optical Smoke Alarm: 53x140mm
BRK 790MRL Heat Alarm: 68x140mm
+5 °C to +38 °C
10% to 85%
4 customers have given this product an overall rating of 4.8 out of 5
Rating: 5 / 5 Stars
Great smoke alarm Replaced older versions and the cable entry positions had changed so had to move the position of the smoke alarms by a couple of inches
Published on: 25th May 2018
Rating: 4 / 5 Stars
now installed and working - thanks. All seems well so far.
Published on: 10th April 2018
Rating: 5 / 5 Stars
Just what I needed The staff were extremely helpful as there was some confusion over the model number of the unit I needed to replace a faulty alarm. Without their assistance I wouldn't have got the correct replacement
Published on: 4th January 2017