Add another dimension to your Chuango G5W Starter Wireless DIY Home Security Alarm System with this Chuango Wireless Smoke Detector.
Designed to detect smoke (but not flames, temperatures, or fumes), this detector will alert the system to the presence of smoke and trigger the alarm. When connected to the Chuango G5W alarm system, you will be alerted by text when the battery is low and needs replacing.
The Chuango Wireless Smoke Detector can also be used as a stand alone smoke detector.
We recommend you follow NZFS guidelines on best practice for smoke alarm placement, which can be found online at www.fire.org.nz.
• Battery powered, wireless smoke detector
• Seamless integration with the Chuango G5W Alarm System
• 85dB alarm
• 3 Year Warranty
Power supply: DC 9V 18mA
Static current: ≤5uA
Alarm current: ≤15mA
LED frequency in working state: Once every 32 sec
LED frequency in alarming state: Once every 0.62 sec
LED frequency in low battery state: Once every 32 sec (last for 30 days)
Monitoring area: 20㎡
Alarm decibel: ≥85dB/3m
Radio frequency: 315MHz/433.92.92MHz (±75KHz)
Transmitting distance: ≤100m (in open area)
Housing material: ABS plastic
Operation Condition Temperature: -10°C ~ +55°C
Relative humidity: ≤80% (non-condensing)
Dimensions: L 102mm x W 102mm x H 31mm
Warning - Don’t Get Caught Out!
Only purchase CHUANGO© products from a CHUANGO© Authorised Distributor like Trade Tested. Products purchased from overseas re-sellers are normally made for the Chinese market with unofficial English language software overwritten. Any attempt to run a routine firmware update could render the product unusable. Also, many Chinese-market products do not support 3G/4G networks, only older 2G networks.
Details of unauthorised re-sellers to avoid can be found on the CHUANGO© website www.chuango.com.
Enjoy all the benefits of ongoing firmware updates, along with after-sales technical and warranty support by purchasing from a CHUANGO© Authorised Distributor.
Roger, Auckland - May 2017
Colin, Kerikeri - November 2016
Lindsay, Kerikeri - October 2016