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#29096 - 09/08/03 03:40 PM Anyone used these
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gems here?
hey, they look kinda ........
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Features:

Provides 9 volt DC Output to Trigger Smoke Detector (Conventional or ADA Compliant)
Miniaturized for hard wire applications. Easy to Install
Receives Turn-On Commands over the Existing AC power Wiring
Works with all CEPCO Transmitters
The miniaturized feature




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#29097 - 09/08/03 06:20 PM Re: Anyone used these
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Aren't interconnected detectors suppose to trigger, or be able to be triggered, from any of the detectors that are interconnected? This system allows the detectors that are connected with this module, to sound off from a signal coming from a remote location. If a detector with this module senses smoke and sounds off, will it trigger the other detectors? The web site calls the device a "Receiver Module". Is it is also a transmitter? The module takes up 3.6 cubic inches, watch for box fill.

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#29098 - 09/08/03 06:42 PM Re: Anyone used these
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the nieghbors garage door opener touching off the smokes would eventually gain the local fire chiefs scrutiny.....

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