Difference between wireless and wired

The wireless components could be used in different ways. For certified installations, we recommend reading guidelines or laws for specific requirements.

Wireless can be applied in the same way as wired components, with the added advantage that it does not require cabling, making it easy to secure hard-to-reach corners such as staircases, window frames, doors, or thin walls. Of course, caution must be paid to battery life. The UNii itself will issue a notification when the battery voltage of components is too low. With standard maintenance, this problem will not occur and the wireless components will work just as well as wired components. It is also possible to use wireless smoke detectors included in the same installation, significantly increasing safety.

Depending on the risk, wireless components can also be applied to commercial properties. Depending on the risk class, wireless can be projected as primary or supplementary detection.

When projecting wireless components, always consider the range. This may differ for each brand and object.