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230V Heat Alarm with Lithium Back-up Battery Ei154

Discontinued Product

This product has been discontinued and is no longer available to buy.

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Product Overview

Mains powered heat alarm from Ei complete with hush button.

  • Ideal for protecting kitchens and garages
  • Fixed temperature fast response thermistor type sensor, range 54° - 62° C
  • Easy to use Test button
  • Separate mains and warning LEDs
  • Low power cell warning in the event of mains or cell failure
  • Interconnects with other Ei Professional mains powered smoke & heat alarms
  • Precision charging circuit ensures peak cell performance
  • Proven 10 year+ rechargeable lithium cell back-up
Technical Data

Technical Data

This is the technical data for the 230V Heat Alarm with Lithium Back-up Battery Ei154.

Product Code EI154TL
Weight 0.24kg
Dimensions (HxWxD) 140x120x58mm
Back-Up Battery Longlife Lithium Battery
Sound Output 85dB (minimum) at 3m
Temperature Range 0° to 40°C
Humidity Range 15% to 95% Relative Humidity

Product Datasheets

The following datasheets are available for this product.

FAQs (3)
Q. Do you have a replacement for an Ei154TL?

We now have the Ei154EK which is an Easichange Kit. These Easichange kits comprise of a new unit head, an Easichange tool, a ten year Lithium battery and detailed instructions on how to safely change the units without the need for an electrician. The tool provided allows you to easily remove the head of the existing unit and replace it with the new head.
As the base is not being disconnected, no electrician is required.

Q. What type of electrical cable is required to carry the mains supply and trigger signal for the wired alarms?

For the mains supply of the first unit a 2-core earth cable would be sufficient. For the connection between the alarms a 3-core earth cable would be required

Q. How can we test the alarm to make sure it is working?

The manufacturer's recommendation is to test the alarm by pressing the test button. This will simulate a heat input at the heat sensor. You can also test it with a hair dryer but make sure that the hairdryer is kept away at a suitable distance from the alarm. Do not attempt to test the alarm by using open fire or excessive heat as this may damage the unit.

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