These are detectors with both smoke and heat elements and can be used with a number of different combinations. Either a mixture of smoke and heat is required to trigger the detectors or they may be timed to operate heat in the day and smoke at night. They are mainly used for bespoke applications where a particular fire risk or false alarm needs to be considered and therefore the appropriate setting applied.
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