Aico EI261ENRC Mains Operated Carbon Monoxide Alarm mains powered with interconnect and remote option
- Mains Rechargable
- Lithium Cell Battery Back-up
- Replaceable sensor gives 10 year alarm life
- Can be used in conjunction with Ei159 Locator switch
- 5 Year Guarantee
£58.90 Incl. VAT
The Ei261ENRC is a Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarm powered by
230V AC mains. The rechargeable Lithium cell back-up is
designed to have a ten-year life and outlast the life of the CO
alarm. They will provide at least 30 days of operation without
The Ei261ENRC has a high performance electrochemical sensor
to sense CO presence. The sensor can be replaced after 5 years to
provide a combined 10 year protection against CO.
The Ei261ENRC can be interconnected with any combination of
Ei Electronics mains powered alarms and ancillaries (up to 20
units). See overleaf for further details.
The Ei261ENRC also has Remote Control capability, allowing the
alarm to be controlled remotely from a Remote Control Switch
(Ei1529RC). This allows remote Test, Locate and Silence functions
to be performed on all RC enabled alarms in the system. A
Manual Call Point (MCP401RC) is also available.
The Ei261ENRC is supplied with an Easi-fit base that allows quick
and simple installation of the alarm, combined with simple
removal and replacement. The Easi-fit base automatically
connects both mains power and battery back-up as the alarm
slides on to the base.
The green indicator will illuminate to show mains power is
When in alarm, the Ei261ENRC will send an interconnect signal
to all other smoke, heat or CO alarms it is linked with (only the
triggered alarm will flash a red indicator).
The horn will sound and the red indicator will flash at different
speeds in indicate the presence of various levels of CO gas (see
point 14 overleaf).
The horn will beep every 40 seconds to indicate the battery
back-up is depleted and needs recharging.
The horn will beep and the amber indicator will flash every 40
seconds to indicate a fault on the sensor.
The “Test/Hush” button will either silence false alarms (if
briefly pressed) or perform a unit self test (if pressed and held).
Note that the alarm cannot be silenced when sensing a CO
level of 300ppm or above.
Memory Feature – after the unit has been in alarm, the red
indicator will flash every 40 seconds at a rate indicating the
CO level previously detected. Pressing the “Test/Hush” button
will also cause the red indicator to flash at a rate specific to
the previously sensed CO level.