You can have extra peace of mind with Selwood Lifeline, we have a range of safety sensors to cater to your everyday requirements. Our range of safety sensors are add on items, we link these items to your Selwood Lifeline unit which is monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In case of an emergency, people can come to your aid without you having to call. You can choose which sensors are appropriate for you to help you live independently in your own home.
Fire is one of the most serious threats to people at home and its effects are devastating. Homes with smoke detectors continue to discover fires more rapidly than those without, and are associated with lower casualty rates and less damage.
Smoke detectors should not be used in humid areas or in kitchens where smoke from everyday cooking may cause multiple false alarms. A heat detector can be installed in these areas to provide additional protection against the risk of fire.
Temperature extremes sensor
If your home gets too cold in the winter there is a risk that you could become ill. This sensor sends alarm signals to warn of high, low and rapidly rising temperatures. It will let you know if your home is above or below a healthy temperature.
Natural gas detector
A natural gas detector will notify the call centre of a gas leak. When a leak is detected the device automatically shuts off the gas valve from the appliance, or cuts the gas off to the entire house. The call centre will contact the you or your carer to manage the situation safely.
A blocked sink or toilet or leaving your taps on can quickly lead to a flood. This can cause extensive damage to your home and could be dangerous if the water comes into contact with your electrical items.
Carbon monoxide detector
Carbon monoxide is a potentially lethal gas emitted by faulty gas and solid fuel appliances such as boilers or fires. It is odourless, colourless and tasteless which makes it very difficult to detect.
This acts as an interface for multiple wired Selwood Lifeline devices. When an alarm is triggered the universal sensor can detect which sensor has triggered the alarm and send that information to the call centre to aid with fast and effective assistance.