|Low battery alert||Signals the receiver when batteries run low|
|Toast mode||Suitable for use in areas with cooking fumes|
|Broadcast mode||Transmits to all receivers within range|
Safety and peace of mind
The Bellman Photoelectric Smoke Detector Transmitter is a smoke detection system that uses a device mounted to your ceiling to detect smoke or heat from fire.
An important component of your home alert system, the BE1287 Bellman Visit Smoke Detector Transmitter sends a signal to whichever Bellman Visit Receiver you are using in your home. For example, if you use a BE1443 Bellman Flash receiver, the light in the receiver would begin its flashing alarm to alert you of this situation. This visual cue immediately tells you that your smoke detector has been set off and you can act quickly to ensure your safety. A functioning smoke detector AND an effective alert system will provide you and your family with the peace of mind that you have the information you need to stay safe in your home.
If you are concerned about missing an alarm from your smoke detector during the night or while you are resting, the BE1287 Visit Smoke Alarm Transmitter is easily connected to the BE1380 Alarm Clock Receiver, as well as the BE1270 Bellman Visit Bed-shaker. These products will alert you with clear wake-up signals and let you know that your smoke alarm transmitter has been activated. Think of the restful sleep you can enjoy knowing you have taken these steps to keep yourself safe.
Personal alert system
The BE1287 Bellman Visit Smoke Alarm transmitter works with these other Bellman Visit products to provide you with trusted and convenient home security: BE1033 Bellman Visit Portable Receiver, BE1230 Bellman Pager Receiver, BE1270 Bellman Visit Bed-shaker, BE1443 Bellman Visit Flash Receiver, and the BE1380 Bellman Visit Alarm Clock Receiver.
Australian Standards Approved:
BE1287 complies with the following smoke alarm standard: AS3786
Claim your rebate
Subsidies are available in many Australian states to assist people who are hearing impaired to install quality smoke alarms.