Pyronix announce the launch of their new HEAT-WEAugust 22, 2020
- Two-way wireless heat sensor
- Thermistor based
- Fixed heat detection 57°C
- Loud and obvious alarms
- Low-battery supervision
- Signal Strength Indicator
- Pyronix High Security Wireless Encryption Protocol
- No wires, no mess
Part of the ever-expanding life safety range
Adding another dimension to systems, the HEAT-WE raises the alarm if the room temperature reaches 57°C and above.
Perfect for areas such as kitchens, the HEAT-WE provides accurate and dependable fire detection, with prompt notification of any alarms via the always-connected app.
Pyronix High Security Wireless Encryption Protocol
The two-way wireless protocol has been developed by Pyronix to ensure that the communication between all wireless system components are encrypted.
Fixed heat detection
With a fixed detection heat of 57°C, the two-way wireless heat detector provides continuous and reliable safety sensing which can be easily and efficiently added to any Pyronix system.
Stay safe with tamper protection
If the housing of the HEAT-WE is dislodged, the rear tamper will trigger to alert that it is not fitted correctly.
The Enforcer two-way wireless protocol allows easy learning of all its peripherals – with the push of a button you can add any of the detectors or sensors to Enforcer wireless compatible control panels.
Loud and obvious alarms
The HEAT-WE has a built-in 85dB local sounder and flashing LED lights; providing a clear and obvious alarm when the environmental temperature reaches 57°C.
Be in control with full low-battery supervision
When the battery is running low on the radio module of the HEAT-WE, the detector will send a signal to the control panel to report the issue. If the user has the smart device app connected to the system, they’ll also receive a push notification to draw their attention to the fault.
Signal Strength Indicator (SSI) on the Device
SSI in all Enforcer wireless devices allow them to be optimally positioned during installation, without the need to refer back to the panel.
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