Siemens Recalls 9K Smoke Detectors

The company recalled the alarms after discovering that the audible fire alarms that are used in nine Siemens, Desigo, Cerberus and Faraday alarm systems may not sound during a fire.
Published: September 26, 2014

Siemens has recalled as many as 9,000 audible fire alarms that may possibly fail to sound during a fire.

The recall involves the firm’s SBGA-34 audible fire alarm base. The company decided to pull the alarms after discovering that the audible alarm base “can fail to sound an alarm and poses a risk of personal injury and property damage,” NBCDFW.com reports.

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The alarms were sold from February 2013 to June 2014, Reuters reports.

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No injuries have been reported.

The recall involves the SBGA-34 audible base that is affixed to ceiling-mounted smoke detectors. The SBGA-34 has part number S54370-F13. It also features date codes 0113 through 2314 in a WWYY format printed on a white label on the back of the unit part affixed to the wall.

Recalled fire detectors include:

  • Cerberus PRO models (HI921, OOHC941, OOH941, OH921, OP921)
  • Desigo Fire Safety models (FDOOTC441, FDOOT441, FDO421, FDOT421, FDT421)
  • H-Series (HFP-11, HFPT-11, HFPO-11)
  • Faraday 87XX-Series, models (8713, 8712, 8710)

The detectors are used in a total of nine Siemens, Desigo, Cerberus and Faraday alarm systems.

For more information, visit usa.siemens.com.

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