Aico introduces RadioLINK Expert reference guide for contractors
Published on 8 November 2012
As a leading supplier of domestic mains powered Fire and Carbon Monoxide alarms, it is not surprising that Aico was the first fire detection company to launch a range of alarms that can be linked together using Radio Frequency (RF signals), eradicating the need for hard wiring.
Using their long term proven expertise in developing and manufacturing wireless alarm technology under the RadioLINK Professional brand, Aico has now introduced a new information booklet: RadioLINK Expert.
RadioLINK Expert is an easy-to-use reference guide that contractors can use when installing a RadioLINK wirelessly interconnected alarm system for the first time, or if they are upgrading an existing Aico alarm system to incorporate this innovative technology.
The booklet is split into colour-coded, easy-to-read sections and contains everything a contractor will need to know about installing RadioLINK. The introduction section begins by outlining how RadioLINK works, the different types of RF system available, suitable applications and the extensive benefits of wire-free alarm interconnection. An installation section lists all the information you will need to know in order to install and set up this technology, whether in a house, flat or HMO, including siting positions, how to set up or 'House Code' the alarms and testing and commissioning. Further sections contain detailed advice on how to extend a RadioLINK system, how to connect it to other systems such as sprinkler and panel/security systems, Standards and Regulations and wiring diagrams for RadioLINK alarms and accessories.
RadioLINK Expert is part of Aico's expanding 'Expert' series of literature which gives in depth information about a variety of topics.
Copies of RadioLINK Expert can be requested through the Aico website - www.aico.co.uk. Also available through the site is another 'Expert' guide, Application Expert, which provides both wireless and hard-wired alarm solutions for a variety of different applications.
In addition to the 'Expert' series, Aico offers the very popular Electrical Contractors Handybook - outlining all you need to know about choosing, installing, testing and maintaining Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarms.
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