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Thank you for purchasing this Honeywell re alarm.The alarm is suitable for use in domestic premises (including static holiday homes) and leisure accommodation vehicles (LAVs)This manual contains important safety information about the installation and operation of the alarm. Please read the manual carefully and keep it in a safe place for future reference. Please also explain the alarm operation to all other occupants of the building.You are advised to have a Fire evacuation plan, which you should test every month. Everyone in the building should be familiar with the alarm signals, so that they react to them without delay.Honeywell offers three models of its battery powered re alarms:XH100 is a heat alarm approved to BS5446-2:2003.XS100 is an optical smoke alarm approved to EN14604:2005 and uses an optical detection technique only.XS100T is a optical-thermal smoke alarm approved to EN14604:2005, which uses dual detection techniques for quicker response times, wider range of re types and fewer false alarms.All have a sealed-in battery with a 10-year lifetime and warranty. They have clear visible status indications for Power (green), Fault (yellow) and three extra-large Alarm indicators (red).In addition, all versions have an audible alarm and a TEST/HUSH button.

2. Description1. Welcome

Operating and
Installation Instructions
X-Series Battery Powered Fire AlarmsXS100T Optical-thermal smoke alarmXS100 Optical smoke alarmXH100 Heat alarmWarningsTo avoid dust and debris contamination, the smoke alarm should be removed from the mounting for the duration of any building work involving dust or debris. If this is not possible then the alarm vents must be fully covered with a plastic bag or tape whilst the work is in progress.While covered, the alarm will not detect fires or smoke, so it is vital the covering is removed when work is completed each day, and replaced the following day if necessary.The alarm is permanently sealed for safety, so do not attempt to open it.

3. Fire Alarm Operation continued

3. Fire Alarm Operation

*Note: There is an option to disable the ashing power light during
initial setup e.g. for installation in bedrooms. Please see the
installation instructions for further details.
The CE mark afxed to this product conrms its compliance with the European Directives which apply to the product and, in particular, its compliance with the harmonised specications of standard EN 14604 relating to Construction Products Directive 89/106/EEC.The NF – Smoke Alarm Devices mark provides assurance as to safety and consistent quality inspected by experts. Through its rigorous and exhaustive inspections (holder’s quality management system, product inspections, audits and monitoring tests, etc.), the NF mark represents a comprehensive guarantee for consumers that the certied products are compliant. The NF - Smoke Alarm Devices mark conrms the product’s compliance with certication rules NF 292.If there are other alarms connected to it in a network, they will ash and chirp every four hours to show that an alarm somewhere in the network has a fault, and that it needs to be investigated.Once the alarm in the fault state is located, counting the number of chirps and ashes will establish whether it is a wireless module fault or a smoke alarm fault. The chirps can be silenced for 24 hours by pressing the TEST/HUSH button until the yellow LED blinks. Pressing the button again will restore the chirps. The 24 hour period can be restarted by pressing the TEST/HUSH button twice. When a remote fault occurs, press the TEST/HUSH button on the alarm that is in the fault state as that will hush the other alarms in the network.You must investigate and clear all faults without delay. When you nd the faulty alarm:• Check the ‘Replace by...’ date, and replace the alarm if it has expired.• Check the dates on all of the other alarm modules if one module has passed its ‘Replace by...’ date.
Note: The fault signal could be caused by a low battery, or an
electronics failure, or by dust entering the unit and obstructing the
optical sensor.
A replace by date is also printed on the side of the unit to facilitate an advance replacement before the end-of-life signal is given. This date includes a 6 months shelf life, i.e. this is the latest date the unit should be replaced.
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5 6 7 813 14 15 164Status Lights and Sound MeaningAlarm (Red)Power (Green)Fault (Yellow)SoundNORMAL OPERATION*Normal operationNo smoke and/or heat presentFlashes once every minute. *NB light can be switched off (see installation section)ALARMSmoke and/or heat detected3 chirps and ashes continuously for 60 minutes. Pattern is then repeated once every 30 seconds. REMOTE FIRE ALARM or REMOTE CARBON MONOXIDE ALARM**Fire detected by an interconnected re alarm or Carbon monoxide leak detected by an interconnected Carbon Monoxide alarmFire ALARM: 3 chirps continuously / Carbon Monoxide ALARM: 4 chirps continuously. This alarm will be broadcasted on the networkREMOTE FAULT**A wireless connected unit is in faultNetworked units – 4 chirps and 4 ashes every 4 hours. The fault will be broadcasted on the networkWIRELESS MODULE FAULT**
The wireless module is not working correctly. Refer to the wireless module manual for further detailsUnit with the fault – 3 chirps and 3 ashes every minute. This fault will not be broadcasted on the networkFAULT
The unit has reached its end of life and must be replaced1 chirp and 1 ash every Customer Service Centre:Honeywell Environmental Controls ZI de Borly 72, chemin de la Noue 74380 Cranves Sales FranceTel: 08 10 59 60 for and on behalf of Life Safety Distribution AG, Javastrasse 2, 8604 Hegnau, Switzerland by its Authorised Representative Honeywell Inc.Please Note:While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in this publication, no responsibility can be accepted for errors or omissions. Data may change, as well as legislation, and you are strongly advised to obtain copies of the most recently issued regulations, standards, and guidelines. This publication is not intended to form the basis of a contract. Please retain product documentation for the lifetime of the 1_01/15_EN© 2015 Honeywell AnalyticsBig, easy to press buttonFault HushAlarm HushTest with reduced sound levelClean front and user interfaceIndicators are only visible when usedRounded shape gives alarm a low visible proleSeparate, labelled indicators for each power statePowerFault (e.g End of life)Clear and big alarm indicatorsVisible from all sidesAll alarms have three (four, if equipped with wireless module) status indicators and a TEST/HUSH button.The green POWER light indicates that the unit is activated and working normally.The red ALARM light indicates that a re has been detected.The yellow FAULT light indicates that the unit is not working properly.
The TEST/HUSH button is used to test the unit, or to mute an
alarm or fault signal.

Normal operation

The green POWER light will ash once per minute, to indicate that your alarm is working*.Power Fault Alarm

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*unless the light is switched off during installation**only applicable when a wireless connection plug-in module is installed***unless muted by pressing the TEST/HUSH button
XH100 XS100 XS100T


If a re is detected, the red ALARM indicators will ash and the loud audible alarm will sound continuously. You should immediately evacuate the premises and then contact the emergency services. (Do not pause to collect property or to ring for help.)However, if you are certain that it is a false alarm caused by steam, cooking fumes or burnt toast; you can press the TEST/HUSH button to silence the alarm for 5 minutes while the air clears.Caution: If you cannot reach the alarm from oor level, use a broom handle (or similar) to press the test button. Please do not climb on anything to help you reach. Each re alarm has a dot on its side indicating which type of alarm it is.Optical-thermal smoke alarmHeat alarm Optical smoke alarm • • • • • All Honeywell X-Series alarms (including optional X-Series Carbon Monoxide alarms) can be wirelessly interconnected using an optional plug-in module. This means that if one X-Series Alarm triggers an alarm, all interconnected units will give a loud audible alarm (85dB) as well. This is especially useful, when living in a large or multi-story dwelling. Some wireless module information is included in this manual for completeness. If equipped, the module will use the indicator for Wireless (blue) on the Fire Alarms.

5. Testing your alarm

Test/Measuring mode overview:

Press the button for
1 s 2 s 3 s 4 s 5 s 6s 7s 8s 9s 10s 11s 12s 13s 14s 15s 16s 17s 18+s
Unit mode Green Flash + chirpYellow Flash + chirpRed Flash + chirpReduced volume alarm pattern
Pause High volume alarm pattern Pause Remote Test* (see
‘Monthly Test with Wireless Function note below)
Done even if button released Will go back to Normal mode as soon as button released Button may be

Automatic self-test

Your re alarm has a self-test function, which is performed automatically every 10 seconds.

Monthly Test

The re alarm should be tested monthly to check that all visual and audible signals are working. Press the TEST/HUSH button for 1 second to activate a full test cycle showing all lights/messages (green, yellow, red) and sound with the audible output at a reduced levelHold the TEST/HUSH button for 10 seconds or more if you want to test the full 85dB sound level.Caution: If you cannot reach the alarm from oor level, use a broom handle (or similar) to press the test button. Please do not climb on anything to help you reach.

Monthly Test with Wireless Function

To test your wireless alarm communication, press the test/hush button on one alarm and keep it pressed. Once the alarm has completed its full volume alarm test, it enters a Remote Test state comprising one red LED ash with a chirp every 6 seconds. This is repeated by all interconnected alarms, enabling each connected alarm to be checked at the same time. Pressing the test/hush button again returns the alarms back to the Normal Condition. Alternatively, the alarms will return to a normal condition after 10 minutes if the test/hush button isn’t pressed.For more information, refer to the Wireless Module manual.
Essential certied features covered by the NF markNF EN 14604: 2005 Dispositif d’alarme de fume / Smoke Alarm DevicesType of mountingWall
Ceiling only
Wall or ceiling
Battery duration of the main power supply 1 year
5 years
10 yearsInterconnectable device
radioSuitable for installation in a mobile home
Connection to external ancillary devices
Radio link
Central alarm system
OtherIndividual alarm indicator
Alarm silence facility
Accessibility Option
Certication Body AFNOR Certication, 11, rue Francis de Pressensé, F-93571 La Plaine Saint-Denis Cedex Telephone: +33(0)1 41 62 80 00 Fax: +33 (0)1 49 17 90 00 E-mail: certication@afnor.orgWebsites: and
Note: The Alarm
function will silence the alarm for 5 minutes
after which the alarm will return to full sensitivity. The Alarm
function can be operated repeatedly if required.


If the unit is in FAULT the YELLOW light will ash every minute
with one short chirp. (The only exception is a wireless module fault, which is signalled with 3 chirps. In this case, refer to the wireless module manual for further details). The re alarms do not require any maintenance other than to clean the outside case occasionally with a damp cloth and mild detergent. For the smoke alarms (XS100T, XS100) ensure that the openings on the side of the unit are not blocked with dust or dirt.Dust and insect contamination can inhibit the operation of the smoke alarm. Use a vacuum cleaner to ensure that it is kept clean and free of dust and other contamination.Warning: Do not paint the detector

4. Precautions during use

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This package contains:

Either an optical smoke alarm (XS100), an optical-thermo alarm (XS100T) device or a heat alarm (XH100), which uses the light scattering or transmitting principle. Absence of radioactive substances. Delivered with a battery Installation recommendations with screws and wall plugs
Ergonomics validated to limit the risks of incorrect use
(battery “forgotten”, battery inserted incorrectly, etc.) Product’s marking and documentation in French
Product delivered with clear and explicit installation and
maintenance instructions Environmental protection: manufacturer’s membership of a waste management association with its logo Related service: consumer helpline


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Date: 20-01-15



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