built prior to 1993 were not required by law to have an
interconnected smoke alarm system. As
a result, most battery operated smoke
alarms are not linked
together so if one alarm sounds all of the other alarms in the house will wait
their turn until the smoke from the fire reaches them before they
activate. This drastically reduces your time to escape.
small microphone in the transmitter that listens for the
emergency sound emitted from your existing alarm.
When triggered, the transmitter sends a wireless signal
activating all LifePath receivers within a 50-foot range.
When one alarm sounds, all alarms sound.
The signal will pass
through ordinary interior walls, floors and ceilings similar to a
radio or TV station providing a wide-range of
a convenient easy-to-install wireless package.
Fire Emergency, Every Second Counts.