Fully autonomous smoke detectors
The fire protection feature of the AJAX alarm system consists of wireless smoke detectors that immediately warn of smoke detection and rapid temperature increase. The Plus version also warns of the detection of carbon monoxide.
Users of the AJAX alarm system will be alerted by the fire detectors via connected sirens, the mobile app, text messages or a call. Multiple detectors connected to a hub can trigger an alarm synchronously if at least one is activated. The interconnected alarm significantly increases the chance that everyone in a building will be notified of the fire in time.
Wireless smoke detector with carbon monoxide sensor
Photoelectric sensor for smoke detection
Temperature sensor for fire detection
CO sensor detects a concentration of 0.005% carbon monoxide
Built-in siren for 85 dB warnings
Can work without a hub
Battery life of up to 4 years
Communicates with the hub at a distance of up to 1,300 m
- FireProtect Plus €109,00 incl. VAT
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Features of the AJAX smoke detectors
Connecting multiple smoke detectors
By connecting multiple AJAX FireProtects in one building, the chance of victims and large fire damage is reduced.
Of course this is also possible in a house when there are several smoke detectors.
2 in 1
Managing your own operability
Meeting European Standards
AJAX FireProtect and AJAX FireProtect Plus combine different sensors and protect against false alarms according to strict fire prevention requirements. The detectors carry the EN 14604 certification, which confirms their effectiveness in different circumstances. Even in a changing environment, the fire detectors will not bother users with false alarms. HazeFlow’s digital algorithm checks the smoke twice before triggering an alarm.
Using reliable communication technology
AJAX Smoke Detectors and Ajax Hubs communicate through the Jeweller radio protocol. This is a TDMA technology with strong encryption. When radio interference or jamming attempts occur, Ajax switches the radio frequency and notifies the users and the security company of the situation.