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The Gentex 7109CS is a photoelectric single station smoke detector for use where audible and visual alarms are required. This model features a 90 decibel (db) solid state piezo signal and a strobe light with red "FIRE" lettering. The high intensity strobe is 177 candela rated and flashes 60 times per minute. Model 7109CS is designed for ceiling mounting and model 7109CSW is designed for wall mounting. Model 7109CS can be tandemly connected with up to five other detectors. POWER: Both models are designed to be hardwired to the building electrical system. Batery backup is provided for the audible signal only. OPTIONS: Audible only detector, 7100F, is available (see entry). It must be used with a remote strobe receiver. WARRANTY: One year.
Notes: This product is Underwriters' Laboratories (UL) Inc. listed in the United States and Canada. ** An electrician is required to install this unit. ** The manufacturer states this product meets the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). ** Shipping and handling charges are not included in the purchase price. ** See also Gentex 7109LS under separate entry.
This product record was updated on April 19, 2004.
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Gentex Corporation600 North Centennial Street
Zeeland, Michigan 49464
Telephone: 800-436-8391 or 616-772-1800.
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Harris Communications Inc.15155 Technology Drive
Eden Prairie, Minnesota 55344-2277
Telephone: 800-825-6758 or 952-906-1180.
TT: 800-825-9187 or 952-906-1198.
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Teltex, Inc.1081 West Innovation Drive
Kearney, Missouri 64060
Telephone: 888-515-8120 or 816-628-1949.
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United TTY Sales and Service (UTSS)21004 Brooke Knolls Road
Laytonsville, Maryland 20882
Telephone: 866-889-4872 or 301-926-2365.
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