Wired Smoke Detector for 12v Normally Closed (NC) Alarm Systems - 12 Volt

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Compatibility:  STS-4xx Series (Full List in Description)

  • Normally Closed Connection
  • Connects To Any 12v System
  • Industry Standard Prevents False Alarms
  • Adjustable Sensitivity
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Detector Overview
This wired smoke detector will sound the alarm's siren and beep in the room the smoke detector is install in. It connects to any normally closed (NC) circuit alarm system.

It uses both ionization and photoelectric smoke sensors for higher performance. The photoelectric sensors are set to industry standards to help prevent false alarms like through cooking or using candles. They also respond faster to fires give you and your family more time to leave the house safely.

This smoke detector will sound the alarm's siren and beep in the room the smoke detector is install in. The smoke detector can either be used by itself or connected wirelessly to one of our alarms.

Detects movement within 20-25 ft of the detector in a 90 degree angle.

Wired Connections
This wired smoke detector uses 4 wires in total. 
Two wires are for power (+) and (-). 
Two wires are used for the Normally Closed (NC) circuit.

Test button on smoke detector for easy testing.
Photoelectric detection to reduce false alarms (i.e. cooking in the kitchen)
Sensitivity control inside detector.
Automatic reset when smoke dissipates.

LED Light
1 Flash: Automatic Test Check
Steady Flash or Solid: Alarming
-- Detector Specifications --
Voltage:  12v DC (12 Volts)
Current: 2-5mA (Standby); 20mA (Alarming)
Best Working Temperature: 14°F – 122°F

-- Detector Dimensions --
Sensor: Diameter: 4.06 x 1.63 inches (Diameter: 10.32 x 4.13 cm)

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