85%

of children under 16 don't wake up to the sound of conventional smoke alarms

30 secs

of smoke inhalation can lead to loss of consciousness

50%

of home fire deaths occur in homes that have alarms installed

85%

of children under 16 don't wake up to the sound of conventional smoke alarms

30 secs

of smoke inhalation can lead to loss of consciousness

50%

of home fire deaths occur in homes that have alarms installed

Studies have repeatedly shown that a parent’s voice is more effective at waking children than conventional alarms.

1. Secure wireless RF communication

Strong RF connection between transmitter and receiver means other devices in your home will not interrupt the connection. Unlike Bluetooth or WiFi, RF is not be blocked by walls or other household objects.

2. High resolution voice recording

Your own personalized message recorded at 10 bit 22KHz audio quality for clear playback.

3. Multiple device pairing

Each receiver can pair with up to 8 transmitters using the secure RF connection and each transmitter can pair with a limitless number of receivers to ensure complete coverage in your home.

4. Emergency back-up battery

Back-up batteries ensure both transmitter and receiver will function even if your home electrical power is interrupted.

5. Easy installation

Simply fix a transmitter close to your existing alarm, pair with the receiver and record your message. No complicated set-up or need for network settings, downloads or registrations.

WHY CONVENTIONAL ALARMS DON'T WORK EFFECTIVELY FOR CHILDREN

Sleep is an important contributing factor in fire-related deaths.

Standard alarms are required to sound at a level of 85dB and a frequency of 3000 to 4000 Hz, yet this has proven to be ineffective in waking children

Studies show that 85% of children below the age of 16 do not wake to the sound of a traditional alarm.

Some alarms use pre-installed voice messages instead of beeping signal, but an unfamiliar robotic voice located in a kitchen or hallway away from the child’s bedroom has also proven to be ineffective.

Only by having a familiar voice close to the child’s bedside can you be confident that the message will be loud and clear, recognized, understood and effective.

THE INTRICACIES OF CHILDREN'S SLEEPING PATTERNS

Biologically, children sleep differently to adults. They spend far longer in deep sleep and sleep deeper during all stages of sleep.

As children’s brains are still developing, it’s harder for them to make judgments, including while they are asleep, which makes it harder to wake them up when there’s an emergency.

From a safety point of view, it’s not simply a matter of increasing the volume. A sleeping child can continue to sleep through surprisingly loud noise.

In an emergency, you’ll need to wake your child as quickly as possible and also ensure that they are able to respond appropriately.

Only by using a signal that:

  • uses a familiar voice
  • includes their name
  • includes relevant information to communicate the emergency and action plan
  • increases motivation through prior education

can you be sure that your children have the best chance of escape.

WHAT THE MEDIA HAS TO SAY

An exclusive interview from BBC news


Communication Frequency
RF 433 MHz
     
     
Dimensions
 
     
Transmitter
45 h x 70 dia (mm)
     
     
Receiver
45 h x 162 dia (mm)
     
     
     
Power Source
 
     
Transmitter
3 x AAA Batteries
     
     
Receiver
110-240V AC
+ Li-Po back up battery
     
     
     
Operating Temperature
4°C to 38°C
(40°F to 110°F)
     
     
Operating Humidity
up to 85% RH
     
     
LED
Yellow, night light
Orange, warning signal
Red, alarm condition
     
     
Audio Alarm
85dB audio voice
+ 85dB 520Hz T3
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