Home Fire Alarm Device (10 Years)
Also known as Home Fire Alarm Device (HFAD) or Smoke Detector
- 10 Years Non-Replaceable Battery
- No additional wiring required
- LED Indicator blinks every 32 seconds to indicate that the device is in operating condition
- Simple push button to test smoke detector
- Runs on Photoelectric technology that greatly reduces the amount of false alarms
- Easy Installation at home, either via Drilling or Magnet
- End of device life warning when it “chirps” with red LED flash once every 40 seconds
We are listed in SCDF's supplier list of HFAD.
Power: Built In DC3V (Non-replaceable)
Size: 100mm x 36mm
Current: <8uA (standby) <50mA (alarm)
Volume: >85dB(A) at 3 meters
Features of HFAD
- Our battery operated smoke alarm utilises a photoelectric sensor that allows it to be more sensitive to detecting slow smouldering fires which generates thick black smoke and little heat.
- It contains a non-replaceable battery that can last for 10 years.
- When low on battery, the smoke detector produces a chirping sound as a reminder for replacement.
- Installation can be done in 2 convenient methods. Either fasten the base of the smoke detector to the ceiling with a screws drilled into the wall, or use the optional magnet with self-adhesive on a clean smooth surface (purchase separately from your neighbourhood hardware store).
The updated Fire Code in Singapore requires newly built homes from HDBs to Condos & Landed residences as well as existing residences who are undergoing fire safety works to have Smoke Detectors, also known as Home Fire Alarm Device, installed from June 2018.
A minimum of 1 smoke alarm must be installed under the Fire Code. However, it is recommended that an alarm is installed in each room as well as the living room.
This smoke smoke will serve as an early warning when it rings in the case of a fire to alert occupants in your home.
The device contains a sensor that detects smoke. It will let out a continuous and loud sound when triggered, to give you the precious time to get out of harm's way.
Fire Safety Tips
- Install Smoke Alarm near bedrooms - high on a wall or ceiling
- Do not install Smoke Alarm near air vents
- Do not install on the ceiling directly above frying pans in the kitchen
- Test Smoke Alarm at least once a month to ensure they work