With so many choices for smoke alarms on the market, it can be confusing when trying to choose the right one. The NEW IoPhic® smoke and fire alarm from Universal Security Instruments solves that problem. IoPhic Smart Technology is the only alarm with patented microprocessor technology that helps eliminate dangerous nuisance alarms.
What is IoPhic® Smart Technology?
The new breakthrough IoPhic line of smoke and fire alarms uses Universal Smoke Sensing Technology™. IoPhic alarms are very effective at detecting fast flaming fires and also respond very quickly to slow smoldering fires – up to 87 percent faster* than the maximum allowable alarm limit.
IoPhic smoke and fire alarms have a new smart technology that uses a patented microprocessor to help to distinguish nuisance alarms from a real fire and provide the most accurate detection results to keep families safe.
Why choose IoPhic for my home?
IoPhic is an ionization alarm containing Universal Smoke Sensing Technology. Fires can double in size in as little as 30 seconds, so IoPhic smart microprocessor technology responds quickly to give you the extra time to react and protect your family.
Unlike other smoke alarms, IoPhic smoke and fire alarms are ideal for every room in the home. According to the NFPA, smoke alarms should be installed in every sleeping room, outside each separate sleeping area, and on every level of the home.
A recent study from the University of Maryland’s School of Fire Protection Engineering tested the nuisance alarm resistance of the new IoPhic technology. The study results confirmed the new IoPhic line of smoke and fire alarms using smart technology from Universal Security Instruments are more resistant to nuisance alarms.
Based on the results of this test series, IoPhic based smoke and fire alarms are observed to have nominally equivalent nuisance alarm immunity to photoelectric smoke alarms in kitchen scenarios, and are more resistant to nuisance sources near bathrooms than photoelectric smoke alarms. They are more resistant to nuisance alarms than all other smoke alarms utilizing an ionization sensor.
*UL217 Smoldering Smoke Test on 5/26/10, Underwriters Laboratories, Project #09CA38078