Xintex SS-775 Smoke Detector & Fire Alarm - 9V Battery Powered

Xintex SS-775 Smoke Detector & Fire Alarm - 9V Battery Powered
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Smoke Detector & Fire Alarm

General Purpose Smoke Detector & Fire Alarm for Boats & RVs

  • Meets the requirement of NFPA 302 stating that "All vessels 26 feet or more in length with accommodation spaces intended for sleeping shall be equipped with a single station smoke alarm that is listed to UL217 RV for recreational vehicles..."
  • Dimensions: 4.25" Diameter, 1.75" height
  • Alarm 85db
  • Listing: UL 217 RV
  • Complies with U.S. Coast Guard Section 28.325(b) and Section 181.450 inclusive
  • Uses the ionization principle of detection for detecting fast-flaming fires which consume combustible materials rapidly and spread quickly
  • 9V battery operated (battery included); no wiring required for easy installation
  • Low battery alarm features audible beeps to indicate a battery replacement is required
  • Incorporates an internationally recognized horn signal for evacuation. During the alarm mode, the horn produces three short beeps followed by a two second pause and then repeats.
  • Features a test button that is easily accessible on the cover of the alarm
  • Recommended installation is to install one unit in each sleeping accommodation, salon, galley, engine/generator room, and electrical control room

Suitable for marine and recreational vehicle use
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