Power: One 3V DL-2032 lithium battery (supplied)
Operating Frequency: 315 MHz
Compatible Receivers: 936004 936008
The 936073 Supervised Photoelectric Smoke Detector Transmitter
is a photoelectric smoke alarm with a built-in transmitter
designed for use with
Receivers: 936004 936008 When
smoke is detected, the alarm sounds a loud local alarm. Twenty
seconds after the local alarm sounds, the built-in transmitter
sends a digitally coded wireless signal to its companion
receiver. The wireless signal will be repeated every 20 seconds
as long as smoke is still present.
The digital code format features over a million possible codes,
transmitters are precoded at the factory to unique codes, so no
field coding is required. The 936073 can send three different
codes: alarm, test and low battery status.
The unit is powered by a 3-volt lithium battery. The battery is
supplied with the transmitter and can power the unit for up to
five years. During normal operation, the green status indicator
will blink every 10 seconds. Every hour, the 936073 will send a
status transmission to the receiver.
The hourly signal updates the receiver to the transmitter’s
condition. By monitoring status transmissions, the receiver can
determine if a transmitter has a low battery or has been removed
from the system. If the battery voltage drops below a preset
level the alarm will sound low battery beeps, the red indicator
will blink every 45 seconds, and a low battery signal will be
sent to the receiver with status reports (some receivers can
report low battery status, others cannot).
Supervised status receivers 936004 936008