nedis Smoke Detector User Manual
Optical smoke alarm. Equipped with a test button for periodic testing. A smoke alarm has a limited life and should always be replaced after 10 years from the date of purchase. Write the purchase date on this manual for future reference. This smoke alarm complies with the EN14604 standard of the Construction Products Directive.
- We recommend that you read this manual before you install the smoke alarm.
- Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Do not expose the product to water or moisture
Do not paint over the smoke alarm
- Smoke alarm
- 9 V battery
- Mounting material
- Battery: 9 V DC
- Alarm: > 85 dB
- Test button: Yes
- Low battery alert: Yes
- Operating temperature: -10 °C ~ +40 °C
Product and user description
1. Test button / battery indicator
Testing the smoke alarm
Like any other electronic device, smoke alarms are not foolproof. Smoke alarms contain electronic components that can fail or wear out at any time.
We recommended that you test the smoke alarm every week to make sure it is working properly.
Push and hold the test button until the alarm sounds for a few seconds. If it does not sound, check if the battery indicator flashes once every 45 seconds. If this is not the case, replace the battery immediately.
The battery indicator flashes every 45 seconds to show the smoke alarm is working properly. When the battery indicator flashes and gives a short beep sound, it is indicating that the battery has low capacity and should be replaced immediately.
2. Mounting plate
3. Mounting holes
Use the supplied screws and plugs to mount the mounting plate to the ceiling.
4. Remove the mounting plate
Turn the mounting plate of the smoke alarm counter- clockwise to get access to the battery compartment of the smoke alarm.
5. Battery compartment
6. Safety catch
The safety catch prevents the smoke alarm being returned to the mounting plate without inserting the battery first.
7. Battery connector
Take off the plastic seal of the battery and connect the battery with the battery connector. After placing the battery test the alarm with the test button to ensure it is working properly (see testing the smoke alarm).
When the mounting plate is mounted and the smoke alarm tested after inserting the battery, place the smoke alarm on the mounting plate by turning it clockwise.
Read the following chapter to find out which places in your house are the best choices to mount the smoke alarm(s).
Install a smoke alarm in every room or area on every level of the home Smoke may not reach the smoke alarm if it is installed in only one room or area. If a fire starts in another room or area than where the smoke alarm is installed, the smoke alarm will not detect the smoke, or it will detect it too late. A smoke alarm will not promptly detect a fire except in the room or area in which it is installed. Place at least one smoke alarm in every room/area that is on your way from the bedroom to the front door.
It is recommended to make a flight plan and practice it with the household members in case of an emergency.
The requirements for the installation of a smoke alarm may differ per region. Please contact your local authorities for possible additional requirements.
Example for the installation of smoke alarms:
Install smoke alarms as close as possible to the center of the ceiling. If this is not possible, install the smoke alarm at least 30 to 50 cm from the wall or corner (due to dead air space).
Rooms with gabled ceilings
Install the smoke alarm 90 cm from the highest point (due to dead air space). When installing a smoke alarm in a corridor with a length of 7.5 metres or more. It is recommended to install a smoke alarm in the beginning and the end of the corridor.
Do not install a smoke alarm
– In a humid, dusty and smoky environment
– In rooms or areas where temperatures are below 4 °C or above 38 °C
– In the kitchen, bathroom or garage
– In drafty places
– Near a fan or air vent
– Above heating
It’s recommended to clean the smoke alarm once a month. Gently vacuum the outside of the smoke alarm with the soft brush attachment of the vacuum cleaner. Do not use water, cleaning solvents or abrasives.
No guarantee or liability can be accepted for any changes and modifications of the product or damage caused due to
incorrect use of this product.
Designs and specifications are subject to change without prior notice. All logos, brands and product names are trademarks
or registered trademarks of their respective holders and are hereby recognized as such.
- This product is designated for separate collection at an appropriate collection point.
Do not dispose of this product with household waste.
- For more information, contact the retailer or the local authority responsible for waste management.
This product has been manufactured and supplied in compliance with all relevant regulations and directives, valid for all member states of the European Union. It also complies to all applicable specifications and regulations in the country of sales. Formal documentation is available upon request. This includes, but is not limited to: Declaration of Conformity (and product identity), Material Safety Data Sheet, product test report.
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NEDIS B.V., De Tweeling 28, 5215 MC ’s-Hertogenbosch, THE NETHERLANDS
Intended fire safety and installed in buildings
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