Mains powered RadioLINK alarm systems enhance resident safety

  • 14 Oct 2014

Each flat has its own stand alone 160RC series mains powered, rechargeable lithium battery back-up smoke alarms, designed and manufactured in Europe to meet UK standards and regulations.

RadioLINK allows Aico alarms to be interconnected with accessories using Radio Frequency signals rather than cabling, enabling greater flexibility in alarm installation whilst enhancing safety.

Additional alarms have been installed in the communal hallways and interlinked using Aico’s RadioLINK technology to those in individual flats, allowing for maximum safety but also avoiding issues of alarms causing disruption to other residents.

Aico’s mains powered 160RC series smoke and heat alarms contain tamper proof rechargeable lithium back up cells that last the life of the alarm and can provide over six months back up in the event of a power failure.

Sanctuary Housing provides general rented, sheltered and home ownership accommodation across England and Scotland.

Cumbernauld is undergoing a £70 million regeneration programme to remove the town’s 12 high rises and rehouse the tenants.

Newlands Place will help in re-homing residents and features four blocks of 24 two-bedroom flats which can accommodate 96 families.

Aico,
Mile End Business Park,
Maesbury Road,
Oswestry,
Shropshire,
United Kingdom,
SY10 8NN

Phone: 01691 664 100
Fax: 01691 664 111

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