Wireless Manual Call Point for use with all Ei radio-interlinked alarms.When the call point is activated by a user all interlinked alarms are contacted and begin to sound.
- Battery operated unit
Fitted with sealed 10 year+ lithium battery
Allows manual alarm to warn other residents
Allows manual testing of the system
Same size as a standard manual call point
No wiring required
LED Indicator Lights to indicate product status
Uniquely coded to work with one system only
Low power cell warning in the event of a cell failure
Wireless interconnect with up to 12 other units
The table below shows all the units that can interconnect with the Ei407 Wireless Manual Call Point.
This is the technical data for the Ei407 Wireless Manual Call Point.
||Longlife Lithium Battery
Q. What is the difference between the Ei407 and the Ei401RC manual call points?
The Ei407 is powered by an internal 10 year life lithium battery without any wiring needed and is linked to other wireless smoke alarms of the Ei family, whilst the Ei401RC requires a mains power supply and uses a wired interconnection with mains powered alarms.
Q. Is it possible to buy replacement reset keys for a Ei407 manual call point.
Replacement reset keys are available from us (Part No EI407TK)
Q. What type of wireless Manual call point should be used with the Ei3100RF?
The wireless manual call point that can be used with the Ei3100RF is the Ei407.
Q. Where a call point is installed on every floor of a 4 storey house along with multiple smoke alarms, will all alarms go off regardless of which call point is used to raise the alarm?
Yes, once the alarms and call points have been house-coded they will all go off if one is triggered either by the use of a call point or if one alarm detects fire.
Q. Do the following items work together Ei407 callpoint, Ei3100 smoke and heat alarms, Ei410TRF wireless remote control switch?
Yes, all the products listed are compatible. After purchase they do need to be house coded together to ensure they work correctly.