24/7 professional monitoring sends the fire department
It sounds silly but some flashy and expensive “smart” smoke detectors can’t do the single most important thing you need after sounding an audible alarm – call the fire department. With Surety professional monitoring the IQ smoke detector sends the fire department whether you’re away from home, unconsious, or overwhelmed.
Life safety devices should not depend on WIFI
Connects through cellular so it’s more reliable and doesn’t depend on WIFI. Add WIFI in addition to cellular for maximum reliability with dual path communication.
Detects different kinds of fire
By combining smoke and heat sensing the IQ smoke detects varying types of fires such as furniture fires and electrical fires.
Smart home, not smart smoke detector
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. It’s time to stop thinking about smart smoke detectors and start thinking about what fire detection looks like in a truly smart home. Smoke detectors should detect fires. With Surety, the intelligence in the system.
Whole home integration
As a part of the larger smart security system, the IQ smoke detector can do things like automatically turn off your HVAC fan when fire is detected, preventing smoke from circulating around the house and giving you more time to get out.
Don’t worry, this device integrates seamlessly
Surety is your connection to the award winning Alarm.com ecosystem, allowing you to use hundreds of best-in-class security and home automation devices from a single app that runs on almost anything. All that and the industry’s best customer service are why Surety is your home’s best friend.
Specs & Guides
- Part number
- Diameter 5″ x 2.5″D
- Wall or ceiling
- 3 x AAA batteries (1.5V 1100mAh)
- Battery Life
- 3 – 5 years
- Audible Signal
- ANSI Temporal 3, 85dBA min. in alarm
- Smoke Sensor
- Heat Sensor
- Rate of rise
- 1.5 – 3.5%/foot
- Supplementary Heat Rating
- Wireless Signal
- Security RF 319.5 MHz
- Operating Temperature
- 40°F – 100°F (4.4°C – 37.8°C)
- Relative Humidity
- 15 – -90% Non-Condensing
- Regulatory Listing
- UL 217
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- How do I automatically turn off my HVAC fan when a fire is detected?
- Log into the Alarm.com website and go to Automation -> Rules. Enable the Fire Safety rule.
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