Many of the latest releases adopt photoelectric sensors that can pick up slow smoldering flames in every direction. Most send alarm signals at least 85dB. Several products adhere to EN 14604, GB4715 and UL 217.
Stand-alone photoelectric smoke alarm meets EN14604, CE
Aboel Industrial Co. Ltd
The RCS420-2 model from Aboel utilizes a photoelectric sensor for omnidirectional smoke detection. The EN 14604 and CE-certified unit can be mounted on the ceiling or wall and produces an 85dB alarm. It has a static and alarm current of 10μA and 20 to 50mA, respectively. The 110x25mm product runs on a 9VDC alkaline battery and features a low-battery indicator. OEM orders are accepted.
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