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The Gentex 710LS is a portable photoelectric smoke alarm with a nine foot linecord, a strobe light with red "FIRE" lettering and a 90db audible signal. Each detector has a nominal sensitivity of 2.5%; a three position test knob that tests the least sensitive and most sensitive smoke settings; and a solid state LED condition indicator. It utilizes a pulsing LED light source and a photodiode sensor in a fully screened sensing chamber to detect smoke. The high intensity strobe is 120 candela and flashes 60-90 times per minute. The operating voltage is 120 VAC, 60 Hz and the operating current is 0.300 amps. Hardware is included for mounting on a wall. POWER: Plugs into standard wall outlet. WARRANTY: 2 years from date of installation.
Notes: This product is Underwriters' Laboratories (UL) Inc. listed ** The manufacturer states this product meets the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). ** Shipping and handling charges are not reflected in the price. ** See also Gentex 710CS under separate entry.
This product record was updated on January 19, 2012.
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Gentex Corporation600 North Centennial Street
Zeeland, Michigan 49464
Telephone: 800-436-8391 or 616-772-1800.
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Silent Call Communications Corporation5095 Williams Lake Road
Waterford, Michigan 48329
Telephone: 800-572-5227 or 248-673-7353.
TT: 800-572-5227 or 248-673-7353.
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HITEC Group International8160 S. Madison Street
Burr Ridge, Illinois 60527
Telephone: 800-288-8303 or 888-758-6056 (Espanol) or 630-654-9200.
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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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