- Aico Smoke Alarms
Aico Smoke Alarms
There’s a famous song that says fire burns to the ground. Aico fire alarms are here to make sure that doesn’t happen to your home! You can shop plenty of smoke detectors from the market leader in this special OnBuy category. We have heat detectors, optical sensing alarms and a host of connecting options to keep your home safe!
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You might think that one fire alarm is the same as any other, but experts Aico know better. They’ve been leading voices in the fire prevention and carbon monoxide detection industry for thirty years since their incorporation in 1990.
In this edit you’ll find a grand range of Aico fire alarms that will keep your family safe from harm. The most basic kind of Aico fire alarm you can pick up from our virtual shelves is a heat detector. These devices are perfect for detecting quick burning, roaring fires, like the kind found in kitchens.
Heat’s not the only thing a fire produces; there’s plenty of smoke too. That’s why Aico makes a range of smoke detectors that have optical sensors built inside. These devices are sensitive enough to measure the amount of smoke particles in the air, and will start beeping when there’s a problem. They’re best used in landings and other rooms where slow, smoldering fires are a risk. For maximum protection, you can shop Acio fire alarms with both of these sensors included.
Smoke without fire
Many of the Aico fire alarms in this category don’t just measure heat, but they also detect carbon monoxide levels. This poisonous gas is not a regular feature of fires, but can be given off by malfunctioning cookers, heaters and boilers. These dual purpose detectors are a must have for areas where carbon monoxide release is likely, such as kitchens and boiler rooms.
Aico fire alarms work better together
Most of the Aico fire alarms you’ll find in this category have one or more connection options that let you link separate fire alarms together. This is a vital feature for large homes where a fire alarm going off in the loft won’t be immediately heard in the lounge. When you connect your Aico fire alarms together, they’ll all ring together simultaneously, alerting the whole household that there’s a problem.
In years gone by, linking your fire alarms together was an arduous, time consuming process of hardwiring them together in a chain. Everytime you bought a new fire alarm, that was extra money you’d have to spend. Aico fire alarms have moved into the future with their LINK technology.
The most basic LINK options your fire alarms can use is RADIOLINK. This method uses intermeshing fields of radio waves to keep every fire alarm connected. RADIOLINK ensures that all your alarms are talking to each other, but other than that its features are quite limited. More impressive are the AUDIOLINK and SMARTLINK options. They make use of the latest breakthroughs in wireless data transfer and the internet of things to extract data on battery life and ambient carbon monoxide levels.