Honeywell R200S-1 Ultra Thin Smoke Alarm
Thank you for purchasing the Resideo R200S-1 smoke alarm. This product is suitable for indoor installation in domestic premises, including static holiday homes and caravans.
This manual contains important safety information about the installation and operation of the alarm. Please read the manual carefully and keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Where to install the device?
Please ensure that you also follow country-specific regulations and guidelines, such as: British BS5839-6 or German DIN14676. If in doubt, please check, for example by contacting your local Fire Service.
Where not to install the device
- In an environment with a risk of draught (e.g. close to air conditioning, fans, ventilation outlets)
- In areas where steam or fumes are emitted, e.g. kitchens – use R200H (alarm with heat sensor) instead
NOTE: To avoid sensor contamination, the smoke alarm should be removed from the mounting for the duration of any building work involving dust or debris. If this is not possible, the alarm vents must be fully covered with a brightly colored plastic bag or tape. When covered, the alarm will not detect fires or smoke, so remove the covering when the work is completed each day and replace it the following day if necessary.
WARNING: The alarm contains a permanently sealed, non-replaceable battery, and does not contain serviceable parts inside. Any attempt to open or repair it creates a risk of electric shock or malfunction.
Before commissioning the smoke alarm, it is important to activate and test it for correct operation:
- If you need to enable the tamper-proof locking feature, break off or cut off the small cylinder ①.
- Install the alarm in its mounting bracket ② and twist until it clicks ③. The LED indicators will flash once.
- The entire surface of the alarm cover is the test/silence button. Press it firmly for at least 3 seconds ④. The alarm will emit 3 short beeps.
- Release the button. The alarm may beep for a few seconds more, confirming it’s been activated.
Practice fire safety
If the alarm sounds, and you have not pushed the test button, it may be warning of a dangerous situation and your immediate response is necessary. If you are in any doubt regarding the cause of an alarm it should be assumed that the alarm is due to an actual fire and the dwelling should be evacuated. Expose everyone to the sound of a smoke alarm and explain what the sound means. Develop family escape plans, discuss them with all household members, and practice them regularly. Determine the exits from each room and an escape route to the outside from each exit. Teach all household members to touch the door and use an alternate exit when the door is hot. Teach household members to crawl along the floor to stay below smoke and dangerous gases. Establish a safe meeting place outside the building.
Recommended actions when smoke alarm warning has been activated
Raise the alarm by shouting: “Fire! Fire! Fire!”, or by banging metal objects together. Evacuate immediately, using the nearest fire exit. Do not stop to investigate the fire or to collect valuables or pets. Use your escape route to get everyone out and meet at an agreed point. Along the way, close any open doors, and only open the doors you need to go through. Check doors and handles with the back of your hand. If they feel warm, don’t open the door. If there is a lot of smoke, crawl along the floor as the air and visibility will be better.
Once you’ve got everyone out of the building, call the Fire Brigade from any phone. Give the operator your name and address. Don’t go back into the building for anything. If there is still someone inside, tell firefighters when they arrive – they will be able to find the person quicker and more safely than you. Find somewhere safe to wait for the Fire Brigade. When they arrive, try to give them as much information as possible about the fire and building.
Note: These guidelines will assist you in the event of a fire, however, to reduce the chance that fires will start, practice fire safety rules and prevent hazardous situations.
Visual & acoustic signals
|Operating mode||Visual signal (flash)||Acoustic signal (beep)||Description mode|
|Normal||1 x per 40 seconds||None||Device is functioning properly|
|Test||1 x per second (3 x) / pause of 1,5 seconds||1 x per second (3 x) / pause of 1,5 seconds||Press the test/silence button for 3 seconds
Device is tested
|Alarm||1 x per second (3 x) / pause of 1,5 seconds||1 x per second (3 x) / pause of 1,5 seconds||Device is detecting smoke|
|Alarm silence||1 x per 8 seconds||None||Smoke alarm signal is muted|
|Low battery/Sensor fault warning||1 x per 40 seconds||1 x per 40 seconds||Battery is running low
Sensor is not functioning properly
|Low battery warning silence||1 x per 40 seconds||None||Low battery warning is muted|
|HOW TO MUTE THE ALARM SOUND|
|Alarm silence||ONLY AFTER RECOMMENDED ACTIONS HAVE BEEN TAKEN||Press cover test/silence button for 3 seconds|
|Low battery warning||Press cover test/silence button for 3 seconds|
If the alarm fails to operate, the advice of the manufacturer should be sought.
This smoke alarm is equipped with a self-testing mechanism. Additionally, we recommend testing the smoke alarm manually at least once per month by pressing the test/silence button. If the smoke alarm functions correctly, it will generate a loud beep. Due to the loudness of the alarm, make sure that you always stand at arm’s length distance from the unit when testing. If the smoke alarm does not generate the acoustic signal, it must be replaced immediately. Clean the smoke alarm at least once per month to remove dirt, dust or debris. Use a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush and vacuum all sides of the smoke alarm. Do not remove the top cover to clean it inside. The alarm does not contain any serviceable parts inside – do not attempt to open or repair it. If the alarm shows any signs of damage, it must be replaced.
This Smoke alarm is for indoor use only. To prevent injury, this Smoke alarm must be securely attached to a ceiling/wall in accordance with the installation instructions. Do not paint or cover the Smoke alarm. This Smoke alarm should not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire, etc. Do not test with flame this can set fire to the Smoke alarm and damage the house. Do not test with smoke, as the results can be misleading unless special equipment is used. Prolonged exposure to low or high temperatures, or high humidity, may reduce battery life. Prolonged periods of alarm will reduce battery life. The latest design, materials and manufacturing techniques have been used in the construction of this Smoke alarm to minimize the risk of its contamination by dust, insects, etc. However, it is impossible to eliminate such risk, so ensure that the Smoke alarm is clean, and dust does not build up. Any insects or cobwebs in the vicinity of the Smoke alarm should be promptly removed. In certain circumstances, even with regular cleaning, contamination can build up in the sensor, triggering the alarm. If this happens, the Smoke alarm must be replaced.
- Detection method: Optical sensor
- Power supply: Sealed battery 3 V DC (included)
- Battery lifetime: 10 years
- Alarm volume : ≥ 85 dB (A) at 3 meters
- Alarm sensitivity : 0,105 – 0,155 dB/m
- Operating temperature : 0°C – 40°C
- Operating humidity : 25% – 93% RH
- Date of replacement: See product label (“mm yyyy” format)
- Individual alarm indicator: Yes
- Alarm silence feature: Yes | Hush time: 10 minutes
- Low battery warning: Yes
- Low battery silence feature: Yes | Hush time: 10 hours
- Installation in leisure accommodation vehicles: Yes
- Mounting location: Ceiling or wall
- Interconnectable: No
- Product weight: 120 g
- Product dimension : ø 116 x 23.3 mm
Service and contact
For questions about the installation, use or operation of this product please visit www.resideo.com Please note: while every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in this publication, no responsibility can be accepted for errors or omissions. Data may change, as well as legislation, and you are strongly advised to obtain copies of the most recently issued regulations, standards, and guidelines. This publication is not intended to form the basis of a contract.
Disposal and regulatory compliance
- This product complies with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2002/96/EC. When the unit has come to the end of its life, dispose of it in accordance with local regulations. It is classified as electronic waste and contains a battery and therefore should be disposed of separately from household waste.
- This smoke alarm is certified by CNPP to the European standard EN 14604 “Electrical apparatus for the detection of fire in domestic premises”. It conforms to the General Product Safety
- Directive (GPSD), the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC), the Construction Products Regulation (CPR) and the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS).
This smoke alarm is designed to alert you to a potentially dangerous fire. It is not designed to remedy a fire problem nor to locate a specific source of fire. Resideo shall not be liable to pay for any fire investigation or service call carried out or arranged in response to an alarm.