Ei208 Battery Carbon Monoxide Alarm
The Ei208 Carbon Monoxide Alarm is a standalone battery unit, powered by 10 year life sealed in Lithium cell. This means you won’t need to replace the battery at any point in the life of the alarm and also that the battery can not be removed ensuring continued protection.
As with all Aico Carbon Monoxide alarms – the Ei208 has AudioLINK Data Extraction Technology built in. Simply download the free AudioLINK App to your compatible tablet or smartphone to be extract a simple and easy to read ‘Alarm Status’ report from the alarm. This report contains data such as alarm activations, carbon monoxide levels reached, background levels of Carbon Monoxide and battery life.
The Ei208 is not able to interconnect with any other alarms in a system, as it is not compatible with any interconnection methods. If you would like a battery powered Carbon Monoxide unit that can interconnect see our Ei208WRF RadioLINK+ Battery Carbon Monoxide Alarm.
Supply Voltage: Powered-for-life sealed lithium battery.
Alarm Horn: Piezoelectric. 85dB (A) at 3m. Modulated sounds gives 3 rapid pulses followed by a ½ second pause.
-10°C to 40°C.
Storage – 0 to 35°C (in a dry area).
Relative Humidity: 15% to 95% non condensing.
Sensor: Proven Electrochemical, 100% calibrated and tested with CO gas to ensure accuracy. CO level is checked every 4 seconds.
Power up & test – Green.
Alarm – Red.
Fault – Amber.
Test/Diagnostic – Red, Amber & Green.
Mounting: Mounting plate supplied – Twist to power up alarm.
Fixing: Screw Fixing (supplied) & Free standing.
Dimensions: 120mm x 105mm x 45mm.
Guarantee: 5 year (limited) Guarantee.
Approvals: BS EN 50291-1:2010 / BS EN 50291-2:2010 / KM 8659
AudioLINK Data Extraction Technology – Real Time Facts… Real Time ActionAudioLINK Hand and Alarm
Award winning AudioLINK technology makes it easy to get real time data directly from smoke alarms and Carbon Monoxide alarms – saving time, money and lives. All you need is an AudioLINK enabled alarm, a smartphone or tablet and the free AudioLINK app.
AudioLINK data extraction technology is built in to all our Carbon Monoxide alarms such as the Ei208 and Ei262 and is also now available in the Multi-Sensor Fire Alarm Ei2110e.
Extraction can be done on-site without having to remove the alarm – ensuring continued detection
The simple to read report is generated straight away – giving details of any incidents immediately
Data can be extracted for AudioLINK alarms again and again
Information is stored for the life of the alarm enabling historic information to be retained
The Alarm Status Report provides evidence required for maintenance of records – required for Private Landlords renting out properties in England
The Report can be emailed to form part of a properties record
Alarm Status Report
The App generates a simple to read colour coded report giving information on a range of alarm data:
Record of testing
Battery and back up cell status
Carbon Monoxide (CO) levels recorded – in CO alarms only
Background levels of CO – in CO alarms only
Advice on dust contamination levels – Ei2110e only
Report Storage and Sharing
All of this information can be emailed directly from the phone or tablet to one or multiple addresses, being sent as a pdf report for the property or exported as a .csv file for simple integration with housing management and maintenance systems.
Additional information can be added to the report to help link it to a specific alarm and to communicate important and helpful information:
Add the alarm serial number to the report using the built-in barcode scanner
Multiple reports from a property can be grouped together in one report
‘Use Previous Address’ prompt to save time when entering address details
Storage of e-mail contacts within the app
Indicate the current alarm status as either OK, Service or Replace
UPRN numbers, Landlord details and Contractor details can be added to the report, along with detailed longer comments
Extract The Data In 3 Easy Steps
Step 1 – Press the test button on the alarm 3 times
Step 2 – The alarm will emit a number of beeps. The phone/tablet will pick these up (via the microphone)
Step 3 – The AudioLINK App will generate and display the Alarm Status Report