Bellman Visit Alarm Clock, Smoke Alarm and Bed-Shaker Bundle
To ensure that you are awoken if there is a fire in the night the Bellman Visit Alarm Clock, Smoke Alarm and Bed-Shaker Bundle comes with a Bellman Bed-Shaker and Alarm Clock Receiver to help deaf and hard-of-hearing people keep their home safe. If you're looking to get your Bellman Visit home system started, or upgrade an existing system, this value bundle is the choice for you.
Bellman products come with everything they need for installation straight out the box. With this bundle, all the necessary components are included so that you can instantly make your home safer.
- Coverage: Up to 200m
- Transmitter Operating Time: 5 years
- Receiver Operating Time: Mains powered
- Radio Frequency: 868.3MHz
- Transmitter Detection: Smoke and Heat
- Receiver Detection: Bellman Transmitter
The Safe Value Bundle
This value pack is the ideal way to keep your home safe from the risk of fire for deaf and hard of hearing people. Including an Optothermal Smoke Alarm and an Alarm Clock for the deaf, these devices ensure that you will be notified in the event of a fire. What's more, the alarm clock works with an additional Bed-Shaker to guarantee that you will be alerted even if deeply asleep thanks to powerful vibrations. If you live in a household of mixed hearing abilities, the smoke alarm also signals a loud alert to make sure everyone in the house is aware of the danger.
Bed Shaker and Deaf Alarm Clock set-up ready to wake
a heavy sleeper in an emergency
Keeps Your Home Safe
Fires present serious risk to your health, your home and your property, but this danger can be reduced if you have the proper prevention and protection measures in place. With this optothermal smoke alarm, you can be sure that you will still be indicated if there is the risk of a fire even if you are deaf or hard of hearing. Being alerted in time means that you can react accordingly to keep your home and yourself safe.
The Deaf Alarm Clock
The Bellman Visit Alarm Clock alarm features a very loud 100dB sound that rings in an ascending multi-tone signal. As the alarm noise sweeps across a number of frequencies, it can be heard by a variety of people who have different forms of hearing loss. It also uses high intensity flashing bright lights and a powerfully vibrating bed-shaker. You are able to use whichever one of these alerts works best for you, or a combination of all three. To help you get back to bed in the night, the alarm clock includes a mild blue built-in night light.
For more information on the Alarm Clock for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, click here.
Optical and Heat Detecting Smoke Alarm
This Bellman Smoke Alarm is constantly monitoring fire by optically watching out for smoke and also measuring the ambient temperature of the room. If the alarm is triggered, it has unique signals depending on smoke or heat activated it. The alarm can be temporarily muted with a silent option to avoid false alarms while cooking. If there is a red light blinking every 50 seconds, this is the low battery indicator.
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Where Is the Optimal Placement of the Smoke Alarm?
Hot smoke naturally rises and disperses, so the best placement of the Bellman Visit Optical Smoke Alarm with Heat Detector is in the centre of the ceiling. It should be no closer than half a metre to any of the room's corners. On sloped ceilings, don't place the alarm close to the apex as dead air is trapped here that may prevent the alarm from activating.
Place the Bed-Shaker in your bed, under your pillow or mattress and, if your Bellman Alarm Clock picks up a signal while you are sleeping, the shaker will vibrate powerfully enough to wake even the heaviest deaf sleepers. The shaker has a 2m long cable to reach your bed from wherever you place your alarm clock and runs on a low voltage making it completely safe.
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Will the Bundle Function in a Power Cut?
While the smoke alarm is battery powered and won't be affected by a power cut, the Bellman Visit Deaf Alarm Clock runs from the mains power. However, the alarm clock includes a battery back-up to ensure that it will keep working in an emergency. Operating on four rechargeable AAA batteries, the alarm clock and smoke alarm will be able to function for more than long enough for you to get the mains power back on.
Maintenance of the Safe Value Bundle
These devices come with everything they need to be installed straight out the box and are designed to require minimal maintenance. The alarm clock may need you to charge the back-up batteries and will signal this on the monitor. The smoke alarm should be vacuumed regularly when you clean your home and can be wiped down with a dry cloth if dusty (do not use household cleaning products).
Key Features of the Bellman Visit Deaf Alarm Clock
- Extra loud alarm signal that ascends to 100dB to ensure even the hard of hearing will be woken up
- Four very high intensity flashing lights that will even be effective in waking you during daylight
- Powerful bed-shaker, Bellman Visit Accessory included with clock to wake you with powerful vibrations
- Runs on mains power but also contains back-up batteries to maintain functioning even during a power cut
- Monitor displays battery power level clearly for hassle-free upkeep and maintenance of your clock
- Night light beacon displays a mild blue light to help guide you back to bed if you wake and walk in the night
- Smart snooze function reduces snooze time intervals from 9 to 2 minutes to help ease you into getting up
- Alarm signal sweeps across multiple frequencies so that it can be heard past a variety of hearing disorders
- Easy to use with a large LCD display and two adjustable push rotate dials for setting the time and alarm
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 108 x 121 x 92mm (4.3 x 4.8 x 3.6")
- Weight: 390g (approx. 0.86lbs) with batteries
Key Features of the Bellman Visit Optical Smoke Alarm with Heat Detector
- Allows deaf and hard of hearing people to be alerted in the event of a fire which could potentially save lives
- Optothermal alarm for both smoke and heat detection to make sure the alarm will catch any potential fires
- Designed with a silent mode that mutes the alarm for a brief period so that you can cook without causing an incident
- This alarm will sound a siren louder than 85dB, as well as notifying your Bellman Receiver for clear alerting
- The adjustable radio key means the alarm is reliable even when used in close proximity to other Visit Transmitters
- Wireless transmission with 200m operating range depending on the characteristics and layout of your home
- Red LED and frequent chirping indicates a low battery alert that also sends a signal to your receiver for simple maintenance
- Broadcast mode sends a signal to all Bellman Receivers around your home to ensure that you will be clearly notified of fire
- Mounts onto the ceiling using the mounting plate and screws that are included in the box for quick and simple installation
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 120 x 120 x 37mm (4.7 x 4.7 x 1.5")
- Weight: 150g (approx. 0.33lbs) including battery
Bellman Visit Deaf Alarm Clock
- Frequency: 868.3MHz
- Operating range: 200m (approx. 656FT)
- Connections: external trigger input 3.5mm stereo jack. Telephone modular RJ-11 jack. Analogue network 26-120V RMS, 12 - 100Hz
Bellman Visit Optical Smoke Alarm with Heat Detection
- Battery Power: 2 x 1.5V AA Energizer Lithium L91
- Operating Time: 5 years on lithium batteries
- Smoke Sensitivity: 0.115 - 0.168 dB/m
- Heat Sensitivity: 54 - 70°C
- Audible Alarm: >85dB at 3m distance
- Active Power Consumption: <75 mA
- Idle Power Consumption: < 15μA
- Radio Frequency: 868.3MHz
- Number of Radio Keys: 64 standard expandable to 256
- Coverage: 200m (with clear line of sight)
- Activation: Test button; built-in smoke detector or built-in temperature sensor
- Colour: White
Bellman Visit Bed-Shaker
- Operating voltage:2.0 - 4.0V DC from a Bellman Visit Receiver
- Power consumption: 250 - 750mA
- Colour: white with red anti-skid protector
- Cable length: 2m