Cove Smoke Detectors are built to catch fires while they are in their infancy. We immediately notify you and the fire department when a fire breaks out to make sure you, your loved ones, and your memories are safe.
This sample floor plan has two fire alarms. One of them is in the hallway near the bedrooms while the other fire alarm is in the family room. Just like regular smoke alarms, the more sensors you have in the home the higher the level of safety. Try not to place fire alarms directly over stoves or cooking areas, which can cause the sensor to create false alarms thereby reducing the safety provided by the sensor.
Each fire alarm is pre-programmed with your Cove Touch panel. You can customize each sensor name to match its location within your home. With a couple of touches of the screen, you can confirm that each fire sensor is setup and ready to start protecting the ones you love.
At Cove, we believe your safety and peace of mind are priceless, and traditional fire alarms of the past have sometimes only served as noisemakers. This means when you’re not home, the traditional fire alarm does nothing for the safety of your home or to protect your priceless keepsakes. With Cove, our fire alarms are monitored 24/7 to make sure you and your local authorities are notified of any potential fires, putting your home and family’s safety first. Like all of our life safety products, we hope you never need to utilize our fire alarm, but if you ever do we will be there for you.
If you are adding new fire alarm equipment to your system after initial setup, make sure you have already added this Smoke/Freeze/Heat Detector to your alarm system before installation.
Ceiling Mount - Place the fire alarm no closer than 4 inches to any wall. (measured from the closest outside edge of the detector). The green area below indicates the proper placement.
Wall Mount - Place the fire alarm no more than 12 inches from the ceiling but no closer than 4 inches. (measured from the closest outside edge of the detector). The green area below indicates the proper placement for optimal performance and safety benefits.
Fire alarms are best located near bedroom areas. For best functionality and safety performance of your fire alarms, only mount them in climate controlled areas.
Smoke/Heat/Freeze Detector Installation
Remove the adhesive backing, press firmly, and hold in place for 30 seconds.
Consult the device manufacturer guide included in your packaging for detailed installation, testing, and maintenance instructions.
Things to avoid
Do not install Smoke/Heat/Freeze Detectors in the following areas:
Within 5 feet of any cooking appliance.
Next to a door or window that would be affected by drafts.
In or below a cupboard.
Outside the home.
Where air flow would be obstructed by curtains, partitions, or furniture.
Where dirt or dust could collect and block the detector, prohibiting its safety features and alarm sensor benefits.
Where it could be knocked, damaged, or inadvertently removed.
Be sure to not place them more than 2” apart and align the two semi-circles from the contact detector and magnet with one another.