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Sjekke

Magnet strips for Fibaro Smoke detectors

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Today my Fibaro smoke sensors are hanging on the ceiling with double velcro tape. This makes removal easy when you need to replace a battery and you don't have to drill holes. Now there are also double-sided magnetic strips specially for (= read non-intelligent) smoke detectors.

 

Question :

  • Can you also use these magnetic strips for Fibaro smoke / CO2 detectors?
  • Do the magnets have an influence on the operation of the intelligent detectors (z-wave, other, ...).

 

 

Greetings,

Sjekke

 

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  • FYI 

     

    Feedback from Fibaro Technical Helpdesk.

     

    Hello,

    There should not be an issue.

    CO sensor is a chemical one and smoke sensor is an optical sensor.

    Magnet should not have any influence on its correct working.

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    Ofcourse you were asking about connection and they answered about detection...

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