Legrand Care International


The radio transmitter temperature alarm
  • Reliable: Recognises and triggers early alert in the event of sudden, considerable increases in temperature
  • Practical: Automatic functionality self-test
  • Efficient: Only one battery for alarm and radio transmitter
  • Secure: Automatic battery and radio transmitter monitoring
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Radio Transmitters

Features and functions

  • Detects extreme increases in temperature
  • Small housing (80 x 73 mm)
  • Easy assembly (only with battery)
  • Visual and acoustic alarm
  • Bidirectional transmission path
  • Programmable test alarm for regular
    and automatic functionality checks
  • Automatic self-test
  • Reliable radio communication with receipt confirmation
  • Battery monitoring with alert to recipient by radio before acoustic alert on-site
  • Visual display for weak battery
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The TEMP LINKtemperature alarm alerts users to suddenly rising temperatures as would occur in case of fire. It works according to the tried-and-tested semiconductor principle and uses optical and acoustic signals, e.g. the carephone and service system NEO or the mobile receiver TREX.

TEMP LINK may be a good option when SMOKE cannot be used due to steam or dust pollution.

In addition, TEMP LINK can be linked with all TEMP LINKS installed on all floors of a building, so that when one of them is activated in an emergency, the rest receive a signal and are also activated simultaneously.

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