First Alert 7010B Hardwired Photoelectric Smoke Alarm User’s Manual
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This PDF user manual is for the First Alert 7010B AC Powered Photoelectric Smoke Alarm with Battery Back-Up and Silence.
First Alert 7010B AC Powered Photoelectric Smoke Alarm with Battery Back-Up and Silence
SKU: 7010B UPC: 029054112019
Promote greater fire safety with the First Alert 7010B Hardwired Photoelectric Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup. This hardwired smoke detector uses a photoelectric smoke sensor to reliably detect smoke produced by smoldering fires, helping give you and your family a vital early warning of fire. A battery backup helps ensure continued protection in the event of a power outage.
Please read carefully and save. This user’s manual contains important information about your Smoke Alarm’s operation. If you are installing this Smoke Alarm for use by others, you must leave this manual – or a copy of it – with the end user.
(PDF) USER MANUAL in English (EN) language.
– Fire Safety Tips
– Before You Install This Smoke Alarm
– How To Install This Smoke Alarm
– The Parts of This Smoke Alarm
– Follow These Installation Steps. Stand-Alone Alarm. Interconnected Units. Special Requirements For Interconnected Smoke Alarms.
– To determine which Smoke Alarm initiated an alarm, see table:
During an Alarm:
– On Initiating Alarm(s) | Red LED(s) flashes (flash) rapidly
– On All Other Alarms | Red LED is Off
After an Alarm (Latching):
– On Initiating Alarm(s) | Red LED will flash 3 times, spaced one second apart. The pattern repeats approximately every 45 seconds.
– On All Other Alarms | Green LED(s) On, Red LED(s) Off
– Optional Locking Features. To Lock the Battery Compartment. To Unlock the Battery Compartment. To Lock the Mounting Bracket. To Unlock the Mounting Bracket.
– Understanding the Indicator Lights and Alarm Horn Patterns:
Normal Operation | AC power: Constant Green LED Flashing Red LED approx. once/minute No Audible Alarm | DC power: Green LED Off Flashing Red LED approx. once/minute No Audible Alarm
Test Condition | AC power: Constant Green LED Rapidly Flashing Red LED Audible Alarm Escape Light On (Model 7020B only) | DC power: Green LED Off Rapidly Flashing Red LED Audible Alarm Escape Light On (Model 7020B only)
Alarm Condition* (Initiating Unit) | AC power: Constant Green LED Rapidly Flashing Red LED Audible Alarm Escape Light On (Model 7020B only) Green LED Off | DC power: Rapidly Flashing Red LED Audible Alarm Escape Light On (Model 7020B only)
Silence Mode | AC power: Red LED flashes once every 10 seconds | DC power: Red LED flashes once every 10 seconds
Malfunction | AC power: Horn sounds 3 chirps Pattern repeats once/ minute | DC power: Horn sounds 3 chirps Pattern repeats once/minute
Low Battery | AC power: Alarm “chirp” approx. once/minute (Not Applicable to Model 7010) | DC power: Alarm “chirp” approx. once/minute
Alarm Latch | AC power: Red LED will flash 3 times, spaced one second apart. Pattern repeats once/minute | DC power: Not Applicable
NOTE: When power is applied, unit(s) may alarm momentarily.
* When any Smoke Alarm in an interconnected series triggers an alarm, its red LED will flash rapidly. The red LEDs will remain OFF on any remaining alarms in the series. This feature helps responders identify which unit(s) triggered the alarm.
– Weekly Testing
– Regular Maintenance
When the battery back-up becomes weak, the Smoke Alarm will “chirp” about once a minute (the low battery warning). This warning should last 7 days, but you should replace the battery immediately to continue your protection.
– If This Smoke Alarm Sounds Responding To An Alarm: During an alarm, you will hear a loud, repeating horn pattern: 3 beeps, pause, 3 beeps, pause. The Escape Light will turn on (Model 7020B only).
– What to Do in Case of Fire
– Using the Silence Feature
– Latching Feature
– If You Suspect a Problem
– Recommended Locations for Smoke Alarms
– Agency Placement Recommendations
– Locations to Avoid for Smoke Alarms
– Avoiding Dead Air Spaces
– About Smoke Alarms
– Special Compliance Considerations
– Limitations of Smoke Alarms
– Limited Warranty
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