Agrippa Pillow Fire Alarm (3-80-0045)

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    Agrippa Pillow Fire Alarm

    The Agrippa pillow fire alarm is the convenient solution to cater for the safety of the deaf and hard of hearing as required by the Equality Act.

    The Agrippa pillow fire alarm is a battery powered, wire-free unit with a pad attachment that simply goes under a pillow. It uses ‘listen and learn’ digital wire-free technology that listens for the unique sound of a specific fire alarm. If the fire alarm sounds the pillow pad vibrates, high intensity LED lights flash and an LCD screen displays ‘fire’. As it’s compact and portable it can be moved around a building as required.

    The Agrippa pillow fire alarm is part of the Agrippa range of fire door holders and closers that ‘listen and learn’ the sound of the building’s fire alarm.

    Key Features

    • No installation.
    • Portable device.
    • Compliant with elements of the Equality Act 2010.
    • Flashing white LED visual warning.
    • Time display with alarm clock function.
    • Uses standard AA batteries.
    • Visual warning of low battery.

    Technical Specification

    • Battery Type : 4 x AA batteries
    • Default Setting : 70dB - 75dB, 1.2 - 3.0 kHz
    • Preferred Sounder : Continuous tone (Not suitable for voice alarm systems)
    • Dimensions : L-120 x W-120 x D-90
    • Standard Finish : White
    • Part Number : 3-80-0045
    • Weight : 380g

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