AJ-FS08 Wireless Interconnected Siren

$1.00

RF433mhz Wireless Interconnected
90db loud Buzzer
LED Flash and Sound
Pairing and Test



    Description

    Wireless Interconnected Siren

    Introduction:

    The AJ-FS08 is a wireless interconnected siren for interconnected smoke detectors systems.
    It is ideal for interconnected smoke detectors systems in homes where cannot hear the alarm sound or can not see the alarm led light, for example, warehouses, Idle loft, etc. It is also a great addition to an already existing interlinked smoke detectors systems as you can provide extra-alarm sirens without having to run new wires throughout the home or business. The wireless siren has an audible output of 90 dB at a distance of ten feet (95 dB at three feet). The wireless siren has a radio frequency (RF) module inside to communicate with wireless smoke detectors. Therefore, when the detectors are triggered, the siren will receive the alert signal from the detector and take action to sound and flash. The Red LED circle in front of the siren shows the status of the alarm.

    Specification:
    Power supply: AC220V 50/60Hz
    Can connect 20 pcs (operation)
    Alarm indicator: Red LED flash
    Wireless frequency: 433Mhz
    Wireless transmitting distance:indoor20-30m, outdoor 200m
    Buzzer: >90db
    Installation mode: Wall-mounted
    Environmental humidity: 95% RH (No congelation)
    Dimension:80*32mm

    Operation
    Power on: The siren flashes Three times.
    Alarming: The interlinked Siren flashes quickly and the buzzer alarm. Press the button and the siren will be silenced. You can also silence the siren by remote controller.

    The silence period is 10 minutes.
    Testing: Press the test button, the LED will flash in red and sound “DI DI DI DI”, and the smoke detector that is already interlinked with the siren will sound at the same time. Press the button again will make the siren silent.
    Pairing: Same pairing process with interconnected smoke detectors. Firstly, press and hold the Pairing button, after the red light flashes twice, release it. the led will flash three times, which means waiting for paring. The LED will continually flash for 2 minutes. Press again the button during this time will stop the pairing process.
    Secondly, Press and hold for another device that waiting to be paired, after it flashes three times, release it. The LED will continually flash for 1 minute. Press again the button during this time will stop the pairing process.
    Attention: If the device has been paired with another network before, It will exit after the led flashes three times.
    Clear Match: hold down the button and wait for the led light to flash four times, release the button, waiting for the light to flash 3 times, and clear successfully.

    Click below to know more about the detectors that can be interlinked by the siren

    Wireless interconnected smoke alarm

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    Wireless interconnected Carbon monoxide detector 

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    As a smoke detector manufacturer that has focused on smoke alarm manufacture since 2007. Stand alone 10 years smoke detector, Wifi/Zigbee smoke detector, Lora smoke detectors, NB-IoT smoke detectors. Carbon monoxide detectors are all available.

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    Additional information

    Model

    AJ-FS08

    technical parameter

    Interconnected Siren

    Power supply: AC220V 50/60Hz
    Can connect 20 pcs (operation)
    Alarm indicator: Red LED flash
    Wireless frequency: 433Mhz
    Wireless transmitting distance:indoor20-30m, outdoor 200m
    Buzzer: >90db
    Installation mode: Wall-mounted
    Environmental humidity: 95% RH (No congelation)
    Dimension:80*32mm

    User Manual

    Interconnected Siren User  manual

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