STAR AGE Wireless Photoelectric Interconnect Smoke Alarm with APP
STAR AGE Wireless Photoelectric Interconnect Smoke Alarm
4 x interconnected RF smoke alarms
1 x Wi-Fi & RF interconnected smoke alarm with APP
- Wireless Interconnect up to 24 wireless devices
- Test & Hush button
- Photoelectric sensor
- 10 year Sealed-In lithium battery
Interconnected alarm detects fire somewhere in the home and triggers other interconnected alarms in the network.
Note that you do not need an internet Wi Fi connection to use these alarms.
WIFI only needed to connect to the app
From 1 January 2022, landlords must have interconnected
smoke alarms installed in residential rental properties
when any new or renewed lease is started.
All other existing dwellings (including private homes,
townhouses, and units) must be fully compliant by
2027. Home-owners should start transitioning to meet
the new requirements.
For example, you must immediately replace alarms that
are faulty or more than 10 years past the manufacture
date, which is stamped on the body of the alarm, with
new photoelectric alarms.
FULLY COMPLIANT SMOKE ALARMS MUST:
• be photoelectric
• comply with Australian Standard 3786-2014
(the body of the alarm must be marked with
• be interconnected so when one goes off, they all go off
• be less than 10 years old
• operate when tested.
HARDWIRED VS BATTERY-OPERATED
New alarm systems can be hardwired by a licenced
electrician to the home’s power supply.
Alternatively, your alarms can be powered by
10-year non-removable batteries. You can install
battery-operated alarms yourself.
Alarms can be interconnected wirelessly or
Be aware, existing dwellings may have a combination
of both types of alarms to overcome connectivity issues.
If you need to replace an alarm hardwired to your
power supply, the new alarm must also be hardwired.
WHERE TO INSTALL
The new law requires smoke alarms to be installed:
• on each storey
• in each bedroom
• in hallways that connect bedrooms and the rest
of the dwelling
• if there is no hallway, between the bedroom and
other parts of the storey
• if there are no bedrooms on a storey, at least one
smoke alarm must be installed in the most likely
path of exit.
Where practicable alarms must be placed on the ceiling.
Alarms must not be placed within:
• 300mm of a corner of a ceiling and a wall
• 300mm of a light fitting
• 400mm of an air-conditioning vent
• 400mm of the blades of a ceiling fan.
There are special requirements for stairways, sloping
ceilings and ceilings with exposed beams.
Avoid installing alarms in dead air space where smoke
may not reach them. This is generally in the corner
junction of walls and ceiling, and between exposed
Do not place alarms in or near kitchens where cooking
smoke can set them off, or in or near bathrooms where
steam can reach them.
Avoid insect-infested areas, as insects can trigger