Can you hear a smoke alarm when you take out your hearing aids and when you’re asleep? Standard smoke alarms make a loud sound that’s suitable for hearing people. If you’re looking for smoke alarms for people who are deaf, you’ll need additional visual and vibrating alerts (available separately) to protect your home and family.
Browse our range of smoke alarms for people with hearing loss below. Choose from the FireHawk smoke alarm, an optical smoke alarm that offers fast detection of smouldering fires; the FireAngel smoke alarm, for rooms where electrical equipment and upholstered furniture may become a fire hazard; and the Signolux guardion smoke alarm which has the Q-Label quality mark. Bellman smoke detectors include the Visit ionisation smoke alarm for fast-burning or explosive fires; and the Visit optical and heat smoke alarm which is equipped with ‘toast mode’ to avoid false alarms when cooking.
Some smoke alarm systems are part of a home alerting system that notify you of other important household sounds, including the doorbell, phone and baby monitor. For more information, check out our Signolux and Bellman multi-alerting systems.
Other smoke detectors can be interlinked to a network of heat, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. When one alarm sounds, they all go off to provide wide coverage and protection of your home. See our FireHawk and FireAngel home safety alarms for details.
Please note: Our FireHawk, FireAngel, Signolux and Bellman smoke alarms can be used by hearing people, or combined with visual and vibrating alerts (available separately) to create a deaf-friendly system that’s suitable for people with all levels of hearing loss.