Would you hear the smoke alarm if it went off day or night? Our range of smoke alarms for people who are deaf or have hearing loss, gives you the best possible chance of being alerted to a fire.
Ordinary smoke alarms make a piercing, high-pitched sound. If you have moderate, severe or profound hearing loss, or if you take out your hearing aids before going to bed, an ordinary smoke alarm may not be loud enough in the event of a fire.
If you have mild to moderate hearing loss, you may be able to hear a smoke alarm when you’re awake, but you may not hear it when you’re asleep.
Our smoke alarms for people with hearing loss are part of the Bellman Visit paging system. With a choice of Bellman receivers – loud audible alarm, bright flashing lights, and/or powerful vibrating pad that goes under your pillow at night – our Bellman smoke alarms help you stay safe around the clock.
Our range of Bellman smoke detectors includes the Visit 868 Ionisation smoke alarm that detects fires that are fast-burning or explosive; and the Visit Smoke detector optical and heat, an optical smoke alarm that identifies smouldering or open fires. Plus, the Visit carbon monoxide detector will keep you safe from this potentially fatal odourless, tasteless, colourless gas.
Please note: You need at least one transmitter and one receiver for the Bellman smoke alarm system to work. Choose the best transmitter (smoke alarm) and receiver (the way you’re alerted) to suit your hearing needs from the products below.