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Clipsal Fire Tek Photoelectric Smoke Alarm Flush Mount, 220-240 V a.c. Mains Power, w. 9 V d.c. Battery Backup

Clipsal Fire Tek Photoelectric Smoke Alarm Flush Mount, 220-240 V a.c. Mains Power, w. 9 V d.c. Battery Backup

Clipsal Fire Tek Photoelectric Smoke Alarm Flush Mount, 220-240 V a.c. Mains Power, w. 9 V d.c. Battery Backup

Item Number: 755PFM4

755PFM4 is a photoelectric flush mount smoke alarm that can be used as a single mains powered battery backed alarm or can be interconnected with other 755 series smoke alarms. The stylish design is extremely low profile and unobtrusive. It caters for fast installs with 90mm cut out & extra large terminals.

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Specifications

Design

Range

Fire Tek

Product brand

Clipsal

Product or component type

smoke detector

Device application

early detection of smouldering fires and open fires

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Quantity per set

set of 1

Type of packing

carton

Supply

mains

[In] rated current

  • 13 µA at 9 V, DC not in operation
  • 40 mA at 9 V, DC operation

Function available

  • local alarm
  • hush function
  • self-test of smoke detection

Local signalling

  • sound: signal
  • visual: LED (red) for warning and low battery
  • visual: LED (green) for ON status

Connections - terminals

  • screw terminal (line) - 2 x 1...3 x 2.5 mm²
  • screw terminal (neutral) - 2 x 1...3 x 2.5 mm²
  • screw terminal (earth loop) - 2 x 1...3 x 2.5 mm²
  • screw terminal (interconnect) - 2 x 1...3 x 2.5 mm²

Type of installation

indoor

Device mounting

flush

Mounting support

ceiling

Fixing mode

by screws

Depth

102.6 mm

Net weight

263 g

IP degree of protection

IP20

Ambient air temperature for operation

0...45 °C

Ambient air temperature for storage

-20...60 °C

Relative humidity

5...95 %

Product certifications

  • RCM
  • SAI
  • Activfire

Standards

  • ISO 8201
  • AS 3786:2014
  • AS/NZS 60950.1
  • AS/NZS 60065

REACh Regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

EU RoHS Directive

Compliant

Mercury free

Yes

RoHS exemption information

Yes

China RoHS Regulation

X

Environmental Disclosure

ENVPEP1907002EN

Circularity Profile

ENVEOLI1907002EN

Material

Device composition

  • 1 mounting base
  • 1 dust protection foil
  • 1 user guide
  • 3 screws
  • 1 sticker sheet

Material

thermoplastic

Others

Package 1 Bare Product Quantity

1

Electronic sensor type

photo-electric sensor

[Us] rated supply voltage

220...240 V AC 50 Hz

Battery type

alkaline 9 V 6LR61

Battery life

1 year(s)

Output voltage limits

interconnection: 6.5...20 V

Type of alarms

low battery at 6.9...7.5 V

Technology type

scattered light (Tyndall effect)

Type of measurement

optic

Number of devices

40 for wired alarm wired over <= 150="">

Noise level

85 dB at 3 m, minimum

Diameter

108 mm

Projecting depth

23 mm

Unit Type of Package 1

PCE

Number of Units in Package 1

1

Package 1 Height

10.6 cm

Package 1 Width

14.5 cm

Package 1 Length

14.5 cm

Package 1 Weight

343 g

Unit Type of Package 2

BB1

Number of Units in Package 2

5

Package 2 Height

574 cm

Package 2 Width

156 cm

Package 2 Length

158 cm

Package 2 Weight

2.256 kg

Package 3 Height

111.4 cm
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the warranty period for the 755 series smoke alarms?

The 755 series smoke alarms have a 5 year warranty period
 

What causes the smoke alarm to continuously beep ?

The dust inside the smoke alarms can cause a continuous beep.
Please follow the regular maintenance check to avoid this.

Vacuum the smoke alarms using a soft brush attachment-
Keeping your smoke alarm free of dust particles, dirt, kitchen grease or cobwebs will help you reduce false alarms and ensure any smoke can easily reach the internal sensing chamber.

Clean and wipe down around unit-
Clean around the smoke alarm unit and remove any insects or other contamination which may have occurred. Spray bug repellent on a cloth and wipe the ceiling around the smoke alarm to act as a future bug deterrent. Clean every 3-6 months to mitigate insect ingress.

ALWAYS TEST THE SMOKE ALARM AFTER CLEANING.

Attached is the Clipsal smoke alarm troubleshooting guide for more info.

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How should smoke alarms be maintained?

Once a Month Every three months

Every year

Every 10 years

Test smoke alarm and backup batteries:

  • Press and hold the Test/Hush button for at least 3 seconds until the unit alarms.

  • Continue to hold for another 10 seconds to confirm all interconnected alarms activate.

  • To check the backup battery, repeat the test while mains power is turned off.

  • The alarm should sound indicating the battery is working. If it does not, replace the battery.

Clean smoke alarms:

  • Vacuum smoke alarms to keep them free of dust particles, insects or cobwebs. This helps reduce false alarms and ensure any smoke can easily reach its internal sensing chamber.
  • Spray insect repellent on a cloth and wipe the ceiling around the smoke alarm to act as a bug deterrent.
  • Test the smoke alarm after cleaning.

 

 

 

 

 

Replace 9V backup batteries:

  • Press the button on the side of the unit (755PSMA4) or pull the alarm unit down (755PFM4) to reveal the 9V battery.

  • For efficiency and to avoid replacing batteries, upgrade to a rechargeable lithium backup alarm such as the 755RLPSMA4.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Replace the smoke alarms:

  • Regardless of manufacturer, all smoke alarms have a limited life of 10 years from date of manufacture.
  • Contact a licensed electrician to replace your unit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

 

How should smoke alarms be maintained?

Once a Month

Test smoke alarm and backup batteries:

  • Press and hold the Test/Hush button for at least 3 seconds until the unit alarms.

  • Continue to hold for another 10 seconds to confirm all interconnected alarms activate.

  • To check the backup battery, repeat the test while mains power is turned off.

  • The alarm should sound indicating the battery is working. If it does not, replace the battery.

Every three months

Clean smoke alarms:

  • Vacuum smoke alarms to keep them free of dust particles, insects or cobwebs. This helps reduce false alarms and ensure any smoke can easily reach its internal sensing chamber.
  • Spray insect repellent on a cloth and wipe the ceiling around the smoke alarm to act as a bug deterrent.
  • Test the smoke alarm after cleaning.

Every year

Replace 9V backup batteries:

  • Press the button on the side of the unit (755PSMA4) or pull the alarm unit down (755PFM4) to reveal the 9V battery.

  • For efficiency and to avoid replacing batteries, upgrade to a rechargeable lithium backup alarm such as the 755RLPSMA4.

Every 10 years

Replace the smoke alarms:

  • Regardless of manufacturer, all smoke alarms have a limited life of 10 years from date of manufacture.
  • Contact a licensed electrician to replace your unit.
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Range

Clipsal's Fire Tek range helps protect the most valuable assets; family, friends and the home.

They are backed by the SAI Global 5 ticks certification of quality, offering robust designs for reliability, ensuring early detection and warning from hazardous smoke and fire.

The Australian Building Code mandates all new homes must have AS3786:2014 compliant smoke alarms installed, interconnected and hard wired to mains power.

By having Fire Tek's smoke alarms installed, you will have the best chance of escaping the devastating effects of a house fire.

Need more information?

See our Smoke Alarms FAQ page

Smoke Alarm FAQs