Wireless Wall Mount Remote Control for RadioLink Enabled Alarms – EIB411RF


It increases the flexibility and user friendliness of the alarms by allowing the user to remotely “Locate”, “Hush” and “Test” the alarms in the system.

  • Allows control of alarm system
  • Wireless communication
  • Unique House-Coding feature
  • Advanced suppression and test technology
  • Built-in Lithium battery – designed to last 10 years
  • 5 year limited guarantee
  • Description
  • Additional information
  • Technical details
  • Operation


The Wireless Remote Control is designed for use with the RadioLINK range of products. It increases the flexibility and user friendliness of the alarms by allowing the user to remotely “Locate”, “Hush” and “Test” the alarms in the system.

  • Locate the source of alarm
  • Hush any nuisance alarms
  • Test alarm system
  • Alarm Memory identifies units that have previously alarmed (useful for troubleshooting).

The Remote Control is powered by tamper-proof Lithium cells designed to last the life of the product. The
Remote Control uses advanced radio transmitter technology with unique software coding to transmit the radio signals, ensuring robust signal integrity.


Additional information

Weight .212 kg
  • Power Supply: 10 Year Lithium Cells
  • RF Range1: 150 meters in free space
  • RF Visual Indicator: Amber light flashes while transmitting an RF signal
  • RF Frequency: 868MHz band
  • RF Power: +5dBm
  • Dimensions: 88mm x 88mm x 42mm
  • Low Battery Indicator: Amber light dim when a button is pressed and alarms fail to respond to “Test” signal
  • Temperature Range: 00 to 400 C
  • Humidity Range: 15% to 95% Relative Humidity
  • Interconnect: Up to 12 RadioLINK products
  • Guarantee: 5 year limited guarantee
  • Approvals:
    • Complies with AS3100/NZS4268-2003
    • RF performance to EN300220-3
    • EMC performance to EMC 301489-3
  • When any button is pressed the amber indicator lights to indicate transmission of an RF signal
  • In House-Code mode, the amber indicator flashes to indicate the unit is transmitting its House Code Signal
  • When the alarm system is sounding, the “Locate” switch will audibly identify the alarm that has triggered the system by causing all other alarms to stop sounding for approximately 10 minutes
  • Alarm memory – pressing “Locate” will briefly cause the alarms that have previously sensed smoke/heat to sound. This can be a useful diagnostic tool
  • Pressing the “Hush” switch will silence any nuisance alarms in the system for approximately 10 minutes
  • Pressing the “Test” switch will cause all the alarms in the system to sound and is the equivalent of pressing the test buttons on all alarms simultaneously
  • The unit’s end of life will be signaled by either the amber indicator appearing dim or the “Test” switch failing to trigger the alarm system