Smart smoke detector for a safer house

Be Secure | 8 July 2020
"Smoke detectors save lives and we encourage people to install them as much as possible" Said Bert Brugghemans, the spokesperson for the Fire Service Network, the umbrella organisation of all the Flemish fire brigades.
Starting from 1 January 2020, smoke detectors will be required by law in every house in Flanders, Belgium. The obligation is meant to reduce a large number of house fire deaths in Flanders.


A smoke alarm that tells you there's a fire nearby is a great, but a smart smoke alarm that notifies you there's a fire no matter where you are is even better! They provide additional peace of mind , especially when you have a rental property or travel frequently. Here is everything you need to know about this life-saving device from BeeSecure: BEE-SD Smoke Detector.


Photoelectronic smoke detector

There are two types of smoke detector in general use for home smoke alarms: ionization and photoelectronic. These two types of smoke detectors sense the presence of smoke differently. Ionization smoke alarms are quicker to respond to fast-burning fires. But photoelectric smoke alarms, on the other hand, are quicker to react to smoldering fires. We cannot say that one type is better than another because every fire is different. BeeSecure Smoke Detector is certified according to the European standard EN14604: 2005.

Battery-Powered with typical of 10 Year Service Life

The BeeSecure battery-powered wireless smoke detector allows for easy installation of an interconnected alarming system without the high cost or hassle of rewiring your home. There are two types of batteries operate the BEE-SD, one is built-in the smoke detector with unique 10 year battery time (non- replaceable), which means the product's entire service life. No more hunting down midnight chirps since you do not need to think about replacing the battery for a decade! Also, with built-in battery, you don't have to worry about your tenant modify or uninstall your smoke detector battery and cause potential fire risk to your rental property. The other batteries powers up the ZigBee Wireless base for intercommunication with other connected smart devices. The ZigBee Wireless base uses 2X CR14505 batteries with average 3 year service time, replacable.

Remote Self-Check

It is important to examine your life-saving device at least once a month. Instead of standing on a chair to push the test button from the ceiling- simply click "Self-Check" Button from BeeSecure App anywhere to mitigate all risks that comes with under-performing device, including battery issue, the device malfunction, or connection problem.

Mute False Alarm from the App

You can silence the BeeSecure smoke detector from the app, when it is turned out to be a false alarm or at non-emergency situation. After the "Mute" feature is enabled, the smoke detector will be silent for 9 minutes. If smoke is still detected, the siren will be activated again and notification will be triggered.

Low Battery Reminder

The BeeSecure smoke detector alerts you on your smartphone when its battery level is below 25% and indicate which battery is low and what you need to do. When the detector's battery is approaching the end of its 10-year lifespan , you need to replace the device. When the ZigBee Base battery is low, replace with official CR14505 batteries.

Sharing is Caring

When you are frequent traveller or want to add extra set of eyes to secure the safety of your property from fire risks, you can share the BeeSecure Smoke Detector with your family or neighbours. So they can check it out or call the fire department.

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