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Sometimes you would need more than an extinguisher for your home or office. Our extensive suite of Fire Protection Solutions will have what you need to keep your home or commercial space fire protected. We at Falcon know that fire protection encompasses a wide range of services and products. Over the decades, we have consistently added more products and services to meet the growing demands for fire safety. Our products meet the highest international norms and standards and our team of experts is always eager to help with your every need or query. Browse our website for more information about all our services and solutions.

Commercial and Domestic Smoke Detectors and Heat Detectors

Prevention is the best form of protection against fires. Fire detectors act as a warning to give you enough time to take precautionary measures and protect life and property. You can choose from two types of detectors:

Heat Detectors: When temperatures reach exceptionally high levels, these detectors sound off an alarm.

Smoke Detectors: As soon as there is the smallest sign of smoke, these detectors will warn you of a possible fire. 

We have an extensive range of best in class smoke alarms, heat alarms, and detectors that will cater to every need. Powered by smart technology, our fire alarm systems are designed to prevent fires originating from almost every possible source within a home or office. 

You can choose from smoke detectors like photoelectric smoke detectors, projected beam smoke detectors, and ionisation smoke detectors, to heat detectors such as rate of rising and fixed temperature heat detectors.

Ei Electronics Smoke Detector For Home Fire Protection

Made in Ireland, Ei Electronics has been the renowned specialist for fire protection products in the UK since 1963.

The Ei650 is an optical smoke detector, and is fitted with a proprietary photoelectric sensor to quickly sense low energy smoke particles. This optical Alarm is sensitive to all domestic fire types but is especially sensitive to smouldering fires, thus protecting you and your family.

The Ei603TYC is a heat detector, and is fitted with a Class A1 sensor that will trigger an alarm when the temperature reaches 58°C ± 4°C.  To ensure better effectiveness at detecting fires, it is recommended to use the Heat Alarm with a Smoke Alarm to ensure early warning.

If you need help choosing a detector which best suits your needs, you can get in touch with our support team at Falcon and we will be happy to help you. Additionally, we can provide recommendations on the appropriate fire suppression system and fire extinguisher for home and office use.




Frequently Asked Questions About Smoke Detectors


Smoke detectors work by detecting the presence of smoke particles in the air using one of two main types of sensors: ionisation or photoelectric. Ionisation-type smoke alarms use a small amount of radioactive material to ionise the air between two electrically charged plates. When smoke enters the chamber, it disrupts the flow of ions, reducing the flow of current and activating the alarm. Photoelectric-type smoke detectors use a beam of light directed into a chamber. When smoke particles enter the chamber, they scatter the light, triggering an alarm.
For an optimal fire protection solution, it is advised to use a dual-sensor alarm. This type of alarm uses both photoelectric and ionisation sensors to detect different types of fires. However, more advanced solutions such as multi-criteria or intelligent alarms are becoming increasingly available. These alarms use a variety of sensors, including photoelectric, ionisation, and heat, along with sophisticated algorithms to accurately detect fires and minimise false alarms.
Under the regulations, HFADs are mandatory for new residential premises and existing residential premises undergoing fire safety works. It is recommended, but not compulsory, to instal them in existing residential premises. SCDF suggests the use of HFADs with built-in batteries having a lifespan of ten years, which cost around S$50 to S$80 each, excluding installation charges.
When it comes to detecting and alerting others of potential fire hazards, smoke detectors and fire alarms serve distinct purposes. While smoke detectors are equipped to detect smoke and trigger alarms in specific zones, fire alarms act as a broader warning system that can alert occupants across an entire building or location based on the activation of smoke detectors.
Smoke detectors and heat sensors serve distinct purposes in fire detection. While smoke detectors are effective at sensing smoke, they may give false alarms when exposed to excessive dust or steam in certain areas. Heat sensors, on the other hand, are useful in such locations as they can detect changes in temperature caused by a fire, without being affected by dust or steam. Therefore, heat sensors are not intended to replace smoke detectors, but rather complement them in areas where they cannot be used.
To avoid false alarms, heat detectors are frequently installed in rooms where smoke detectors may not be ideal due to excessive dust or fumes, such as garages or cellars. This is because smoke detectors can mistake these particles for smoke or combustible elements in the atmosphere. Additionally, heat detectors are utilised in areas where highly flammable chemicals are stored, as they can detect changes in temperature caused by a fire.