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FCC ID: CFS8DL5806
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference (2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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N6353V5 7/04 Rev A
The ADEMCO 5806 Photoelectric Smoke
Detector/Transmitter is intended for use with
wireless alarm systems that support 5800
Series devices, and contains a built-in
transmitter that can send alarm, supervisory
and battery condition messages to the
system's receiver/control unit. Refer to the
maximum number of transmitters that can be
Alarms: The smoke detector is powered by
two 9-volt batteries and will sound its built-in
horn when smoke reaches the detector (the
LED indicator will also flash rapidly). A
message will also be sent to the wireless
control and the smoke detector's ID number
will be displayed at the keypad. The alarm
seconds, until the smoke condition has
cleared and the detector has reset. About 1
second after the horn has stopped, a Restore
message will be transmitted to the control
and it will then be possible to clear the ID
number from the display. During normal or
low battery conditions, the LED indicator will
flash about once every 40 seconds.
Low Battery: The detector indicates a low-
battery condition by emitting a "chirp" about
once every 40 seconds. A low-battery
message will be sent to the control unit upon
any transmission following the first battery
EVERY 40 SECS
N6353V5 7/04 Rev A
Smoke Detector With Built-In
chirp (with the detector's ID number displayed
at the keypad). The battery should be replaced
within 30 days following the low-battery
False Alarm Protection: In order to reduce
the possibility of false alarms due to cigarette
smoke, dust, steam, insects, etc., the detector
will not transmit an alarm signal until its horn
seconds. A delay also occurs when the
detector is tested. Therefore, the test button
must be held down for about 20 seconds
before the horn will sound. The first alarm
signal will be transmitted within 6 seconds
after the horn sounds.
Programming: Note that the control system
must "enroll" the smoke detector's ID during
installation of the system. The control should
be programmed to "enroll" the 5806 as an "RF"
type unit (i.e., supervised RF).
PROGRAMMING section in this instruction
Instructions for further details.
provision for a tamper function if desired.
When the tamper function, is enabled, the
detector will cause a CHECK to be displayed if
it is removed from its installed location. See
Battery Installation and
The 5806 is equipped with two 9-volt batteries,
which can double the time between battery
replacement (compared to a single 9-volt
SPECIFICATIONS section for acceptable
batteries. The batteries should be changed
within 30 days following the low battery beeps
(about once every 40 seconds).
also be a low-battery display on the system's
keypad. Be sure to replace BOTH batteries
with fresh ones.
Important: Do not mix battery types.