The wall mounted switch unit can locate the initial source of an alarm, silence any false alarms and test all the alarms in the system.
- 230V mains powered unit
For use with the Ei140RC
series of mains powered smoke and heat alarms
- Compatible with Ei261ENRC Carbon Monoxide alarms
Complies with BS 415: 1990
Easy installation with 3 core cable: live, neutral and interconnect/control
The locate option silences all the alarms except the initial activating alarm allowing easy identification of the source of the fire
The test option will activate all the alarms
The hush option will silence any false alarm
Auto-reset within 10 minutes for locate and hush
The table below shows all the units that can interconnect with the EI1529RC. Compatible Alarms
Type of unit
Type of interconnection
|Ei141RC ||Ionisation Alarm ||Hard wire interconnection|
|Ei144RC ||Heat Alarm ||Hard wire interconnection |
|Ei146RC ||Optical Alarm ||Hard wire interconnection |
|Ei161RC ||Ionisation Alarm ||Hard wire interconnection|
|Ei164RC ||Heat Alarm ||Hard wire interconnection|
|Ei166RC ||Optical Alarm ||Hard wire interconnection|
|Ei2110 ||Optical Alarm ||Hard wire interconnection|
This is the technical data for the 230V Remote Locate, Silence and Test Control Switch - Ei1529RC.
||0° to 40°C
||0% to 90% Relative Humidity
Q. I want to interlink 4 x Ei166 smoke alarms with the Ei1529RC. Do I need a spacial base (Ei128R) or is it possible to do this with the standard base the alarms come with? Also, what would we need to add the SAB300C beacon to the system?
A. The Ei160 series of detectors can hard wire interconnect with the Ei1529RC switch without the need for the Ei128R relay base. You would however require the Ei128R relay base to connect the detectors to the SAB300C beacon.
Q. What is the difference between the Ei411H and the Ei1529RC test, silence and location switches?
A. The Ei1529RC is mains powered and wired into a network of mains powered smoke alarms, whilst the Ei411H has a long life 10 year battery and no wires. It is radio-interlinked with other Rf smoke alarms of the Ei family.
Q. Can I add a CO detector to a smoke alarm system with Ei160 alarms
A. Yes, the Ei262 is compatible and we recommend that you install a Ei1529RC locator switch as well which will allow you to find out whether an alarm is caused by CO gas or a fire