Independent living &
Tele: 01922 491555
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David Ward Director Technik2, Ltd Mobile 07970 158768
Glen Wallis Director Technik2, Ltd Mobile 07970 158878
1, Intelligent building management
2, Gas safety excess gas flow and leak detection automatic gas
3, Gas appliance service timer with automatic interrupt.
4, Water mains switched and automatic supply shut-off systems.
5, Remote central door locking & access control.
6, HomeSafe home automation & security
Intelligent Building Management
The Intelligent Building Management system is designed to support people in their
own home by recognising activities and assessing them in terms of risk. If a risk
situation is identified it can then prompt them to take appropriate actions. It has been
shown that the repetition and consistency of automatic prompting optimises learning.
It is intended for situations where there are currently high levels of care and is
designed to inform a carer or support worker of specific activities so that they can
make an informed judgement on whether intervention is required. If necessary the
support worker can intervene remotely using a standard mobile phone or other
remote communication interface. This allows the occupant the maximum
independence consistent with minimising risk.
It reduces the need for "just in case" care and also provides reassurancefor relatives
and care organisations.
The system where required will also collect data on household routines. It can assess
the amount of water I electricity being used, the opening and closing of doors and
windows, room occupancy, individual room and outside temperatures, appliance use
etc. Using this collected data software can be written to monitor the daily activities of
the building, enabling the system to record and report any abnormal activity.
The System consists of a range of modules, each with a range of optional functions.
The modules can be used singly or in combination depending on local needs.
The outside temperature is 5 degrees the room temperature is 20 degrees but
window is opened, a room intercom would announce "you have opened the window,
please can you close the window" after a set time of 10 minutes the announcement
would be "if the window is not closed the warden will be informed after 10 minutes a
text would be sent to the warden saying which window has been left opened.
The time is 2.00am someone leaves a bedroom and goes to the bathroom, but does
not go back to bed within 30 minutes and no water has been used, then a warning
text is sent to the warden.
In each bedroom is a two button intercom, the person in the room can press one
button to call the wardens mobile phone for assistance and have a two way
conversation. The warden can also call any room.
The time is 3.00am and someone leaves a bedroom and opens the front door, the
intercom by the front door announces "please do not leave the building" an alarm text
is sent to the warden, the warden can also talk to the front door intercom.
The gas cooker is turned on but the has not been ignited and gas is building up in the
kitchen, the gas detector would alarm and inform the warden, if the gas was not
turned off, once the gas level reached 20% of the lower explosion limit the system
would automatically turn the gas of at the gas meter.
CPU control PCB.
The System comprises a central logic control with up to 8 loudspeaker/microphone
connections which can be individually addressed. Sensor input and control output
are arranged in blocks of 8 input and outputs, which are fully expandable.
Sensor input can be by wireless or wired sensors or switches. Output can be
wireless or wired.
Most types of logical sensor can be incorporated.
Messages can be sent to carers and support workers by pager, SMS or voice
message to mobile, fixed line or DECT phones.
Prompts can be sent to occupants by loudspeaker or voice messages to
mobile, fixed line or DECT phones.
Prompts can advise on avoiding risk or remind the user to do things at the
Devices within the home can be controlled automatically or by remote control
from the support worker's mobile phone.
The support worker can communicate remotely with the occupant or a visitor,
or listen to doorstep conversations between the occupant and visitors.
intelligent building management layout
Wireless Wireless Wireless Wireless Wireless gas
door window temperature detectors, & water leak
contacts contacts sensors panic buttons sensors
Intelligent building Water flow
Appliance GSM link to PSTN link to Smart Gas & water
management warden's house phone. Concierge shut off
monitor phone LAN Systems valves
RF switch RF switch I Front door I
Gas safety, excess
gas flow and leak
gas shut-off system.
GAS SAFETY EXCESS GAS FLOW AND
LEAK DETECTDON AUTOMATDC GAS
The Technik2 excess gas flow and leak detection system has been
designed to save lives and property, aimed at the disabled, elderly,
social housing and landlords.
This product is unique, due to remote wireless gas sniffing detectors, (which are fitted in each
room that has a gas appliance.) There are systems on the market, that shut the gas
supply off, if a major gas leak occurs. They look for a sudden pressure loss but if a cooker bumer
has gone out or been left on and the gas has not been ignited, the gas leak will build up to a
dangerous level. The Technik2 system smells for gas 24hours a day and at the first sign of gas in
a room, an audible alarm warns the occupant of a gas leak. If the gas leak is not stopped, a
second danger limit is reached at 20% of the lower explosion limit and automatically it shuts the
gas supply off at the meter. A warning text can also be sent to a warden or control centre.
Direct mains powered hardwired gas detectors and up to 10 wireless gas
sensors can be installed into each wireless receiver 1 gas valve. MAINS POWER
On detecting a gas leak a loud 94 dB 10.3m alarm sounds and it safely and
automatically shuts off the gas supply.
Once gas concentrations are safe and the source of the gas leak has been
found and corrected, the gas safety valve can be reset to the open position
by the manual reset button.
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Mains or 12VDC powered
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Remote receiver unit
Remote receiver unit
GAS V A L E FITTING INSTRUCTIONS INFORMATION SHEET
Manual reset, normally open solenoid valve for gas. M16 1RMO N.A
This solenoid valve is a very simple and extremely safe. The coil, when under tension (manual reset) releases
and closes the solenoid valve when the coil is activated. The solenoid valve has to be manually reset once
activated. During normal conditions no electrical current is used, no heat is produced, no wear and tear and no
buzzes or vibrations occur.
Please read the manufacturers instructions as supplied with each solenoid valve.
This valve MUST BE INSTALLED AND TESTED BY A REGISTERED CORGl ENGINEER and be installed in
accordance with current legislation. Please bear in mind any possible pressure d r o p when installing any
device into an existing system. If this solenoid valve is installed in the system to shut-off the gas supply to a
device or property, a warning label should me attached to or near the gas meter to indicate "gas shut-off
solenoid valve has been installed in the systemn.The solenoid valve should also be labelled "gas shut-off
solenoid valvenThe solenoid valve should be installed on the customer side of the gas meter as close to the
meter as possible, the solenoid valve must be installed in the direction of the flow and markings on the solenoid
valve. If the solenoid valve is to be installed in areas that suffer from sulphuric iron dust (black powder in the
pipe work) please ensure the solenoid valve is fitted on the outlet side of the filter. Please check the coil
operating voltage before applying power to the coiI.
This solenoid valve should be tested annually in accordance with current legislation.
Please read manufacturers instructions.
Ensure the electrical supply has been isolated and disconnected. Ensure there is no gas left in the solenoid
valve or pipe work before doing any internal valve inspection.
5. Automatic gas systems options
This solenoid valve can be automatically operated if connected to gas leak detectors, remote switches, wireless
receivers, 12VDC coils, battery back-up units, etc. Please contact your supplier for a list of system options.
Push to re-set (open valve)
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WIRELESS GAS DETECTOR
The Technik2 60G unit detects all mixtures of
air and combustible gas (Natural Gas, Methane,
Propane, Butane, Acetylene, GPL, Hydrogen,
I GAS ALARM
TURN GAS OFF
CALL GAS ENGINEEF
etc). The detector detects two levels of gas
concentration, responding with two different
The main detector features are: high reliability
and sensitivity, com-pact size, 230V (110V
12VDC optional) power supply and long stability
& lifetime. It has a built-in transmitter to
wirelessly send an alarm signal.
power supply 230V150Hz (optionally 11OVIGOHz), 5W
detection method hot wire type
sensitivity of 1st level 10 % calibrated for methane
sensitivity of 2nd level 20% LEL calibrated for methane
buzzer sound level 94dBl0.3m
relay output st
optional for I or 2nd level, max.230V15A
alarm memory selectable
response time less then 10 sec
warm up time 30 sec
working range max. 50m (open area)
working environment indoor use -10 to +40°C, IP30
complies with EN 60335-1
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The Technik2 Receiver unit 222, is powered
by 230 VAC with output relay contact rated
at 6 Amp 250VAC. (fused)
1 There are four different operating modes
available for each remote control.
Operating voltage: 230 VAC, 50 Hz (1 1OVAC optional)
Power consumption: 1.5 W
Operating frequency: 433.92 MHz
Coding: digital, each remote control has an unique floating code
over switching dry contact
fused 6A at 250 V
with RC-11 or RC-22 up to 30 metres
Range :(open area)
with JA-60 items up to 100 metres
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service timer with
Gas Appliance Service Monitor.
Why install this device into your tenants gas boiler?
The law now states that landlords must service gas appliances every 12 months.
Approximately 5% of tenants do not allow entry into the property for the service.
The options at present open to landlords required to service gas appliances are;
1. To take all reasonable steps i.e. letters, solicitor's letters, notices, visits and as a last resort
break into the property to carry out the service or,
2. Install an electrical device to turn the power off to the gas appliance after 365 days but not
achieve the service.
Option 1 is costly in both time and money and option 2 is not the preferred route, due to the
landlords duty of care to the tenants and the risk that this action could open up the chances of
being sued under the human rights act.
The Gas Appliance Service Monitor has been designed to assist landlords in gaining access to
properties and as it is fully programmable it can form part of your specific gas access proce-
The device operates on 3 levels; visually using an optical flashing LED, audible by alarm and
physically by interrupting the power supply to the appliance or boiler. The timing and
sequences of the three modes can be programmed to fit in with your own requirement.
The device is labelled to each landlord's requirements with contact number, safety
information, logo and any other text as may be required.
Gas appliance monitor
fitted to a boiler
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Operation Example: Service Monitor fitted to a Gas Boiler.
After installation when the service is not due, the LED will be green and the device will time for
44 weeks. At 44 weeks the LED will change to yellow, indicating that a service is due.
At 50 weeks the LED will change to red and the unit will beep once per minute to indicate that
the service is overdue.
At 52 weeks the red LED will change to a slow flash and the unit will beep twice per minute. The
device will now be in fault mode 1 and for 120 hrs the boiler operation will be blocked for 1 hour
OFF and 1 hour ON. A further 2 fault modes can be programmed in to make the boiler fault get
progressively worse as the overdue service time is passed.
After all fault mode times have elapsed the boiler operation is either un-blocked or remains in
fault mode with the red LED continuing to flash and beeping twice until reset.
To reset the device (after the boiler has been serviced and the power turned back on) the engi-
neer swipes a special proximity tag across the bottom side of the device.
A low temperature thermostat is mounted inside the device and set to approx 15C. If the room
temperature around the device is below 15C, then all fault modes are bypassed (boiler opera-
tion is not blocked)
The device has an internal, battery timer back-up. This will keep the timers running if the power
is turned off for long periods of time, 5 to 10 years (depending on, off time)
If the device cables are cut the boiler will NOT operate.
All of the operation example times and sequences can be changed to fit in with your own gas
access procedures and requirements with a minimum order of 100 units.
The installation of the unit is very simple with only 4 wires to connect, 2 to the 230Vac mains
and 2 to the boilers switched supply.
The service monitor installation can be carried out when fitting a new boiler or during the annual
service within 15 minutes.
An engineer re-set proximity tag is supplied with 50 off service monitors.
Gas monitor resetting key.
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REMOTE WATER CUT-OFF SWITCH WITH MOTORISED
VALVE AND UP TO 20 REMOTE WATER LEAK DETECTORS
OR REMOTE WATER ONIOFF WALL SWITCHES
The Technik2 remote water mains cut-off switch with remote water
leak detectors, has been designed, to allow the mains water into a
property to be easily turned off and on, at the simple touch of a
button. Remote leak detectors can also be placed in areas that may
flood, automatically cutting off the mains water, protecting
property and preventing flood damage. Aimed at the disabled,
elderly, social housing, landlords and domestic use.
Many system combinations are possible, below is a basic system comprising of :
Motorised valve plus controller with one water onloff wall switch and one leak detector.
interlinked with each other.
A relay contact can give a alarm
output to other systems example
to close other valves, SMS a
phone number or connect to a
Wired or radio water
ON /OFF switch \ t / Wired or radio water leak
detector. Any number of
wired leak detectors can be
installed or up to 20 remote
radio leak detectors.
12VDC power supply 100mA max
Plug-in power supply
Powered from 12V alarm system
Mains battery backed up unit
Motorised water valve Motorised water valve control box.
314" BSP with manual Radio systems require a receiver
override unit to be installed next to this control box
The valve control box, receiver and wired water leak detector are all 12VDC powered (can use
24VDC if a resistor is used in the supply line).
WaterSafe installed into a
15mm cold water system
next to the mains stop cock
WaterSafe leak detector
installed in a kitchen
& access control.
CREATE A WELCOMING AND
SECURE LIVING ENVIRONMENT
Central locking can be designed and developed for individual doors through to multi door systems
that will work with automatic garage doors, gates and windows.
The central locking equipment provides "Secure by Design" multi-point locking, remote and central
control operation and the facility to integrate with smart home building management systems.
Access and door operation is possible by: key fob, key pad, proximity sensor, biometric fingerprint
readers and SMS activation. It can even be monitored and controlled through the web.
The Central Control Display can show the status of the doors and windows, making exit and alarm
setting convenient and secure.
The ability to link doors, windows, gates and garage doors together using the same control, access
and security system ensures a level of protection and convenience required for today's busy lifestyle.
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Ezekiel House, Ezekiel Lane Swift Point, Rugby
Willenhall, Wolverhampton, WV12 5QU Warwickshire, CV21 1QH
Telephone: 01922 491555, Facsimilie: 01922 479988 Telephone: 01788 558600, Facsimilie: 01788 558605
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Radio control panel ;jn.dio thermostat
a Extt,,, siren
with flashing light
fJ Intemal siren
) I: I 1-l.a Radio controlled contact carbon monoxide detector
Radio controlled Gas valve
glass breakage detector
a Radio controlled
0 cp Central control panel Radio controlled
Gas service timer
Radio controlled Electronic lock
Water irrigation receiver module
an-80F Wireless keypad. Operates UC-82 & AC-82 Receivers. Each have JA-UUH uurdoor card reader and
and can program the control panel. 2 relays that can be operated via keypad. Can be used to open the
Can program up to 50 wireless transmitting units or the control panel. ekctmnic I& and for operating the
devices and 50 codes or access tags. alarm .
JA-80G Gas leak detector 230VAC JA-80P Motion detector. PIR device JA-80s Fire detector. Combines a 1
Activated by combustive gases. Can f
covering up to 112 n? o floor. Can optical smoke and temperature
also control UC I receivers.
AC also control UC I receivers &
AC sensor. It has a built in siren and
indoor siren. indicator.
JA-80M Transmitter device. H ,
a JA-82M Window and door detectors. JA-L Indoor siren. Mains powered.
built-in magnetic senscx which Easily installed into WC-U windows It indicates alarms, exit l entry delays
activates when a window or door is & doors. Can also turn heating of if a
f & door bell.
opened. Can be triggered by any window is opened.
RC88 Wall button. Can conbd UC & JA-80A Outdoor siren. Completely RC80 Key fob. It can control alarm
AC receiver units and can trigger a wire-free with tamper detectionand a system, open a door or can operate
panic alarm. battery l i e of 3 to 5 years. the UC & AC receiver units.
TP-80 & TP-82 Room thermostats. PC41 Access cards & tags. RFlD sr-02 Voice intercom. Allows
Can control boiler and zones via UC reader 125kHz. Up to 50 cards can be pre-authorised phones to call
& AC recdvers. Warns of freezing used in the system. For higher premises and listen in or talk
and fire when enrolled into the control security, each card can k combined r
Requires GSM o LAN unit.
panel. with a digital PIN code.
JA-80V LAN I Telephone line JA4OY GSM IGPRS Communicator. AN40 & AN-81 External antennas.
communicator. Module that combines This module uses the mobile phone Can be used with UC-82 receiver.
LAN and PSTN to allow remote network to allow remote access to the AN41 . Can be installed outdoors.
access to the system. system via SMS or the Internet.
The HomeSafe system offers a modular radio solution to home security, access, heating
ventilation and lighting.
The battery-powered wireless devices (868MHz) are capable of communicating over a
distance of up to Ikilometre. The average lifetime of the lithium batteries are 3 years.
Input and output terminals allow you to connect wired devices if required.
Oasis can be operated using up to 50 digital codes, plus 50 access cards and key fobs. The
system can also be operated remotely by mobile phone or via the Internet.
Events can be reported to mobile phones (by voice and SMS) and to Automatic Receiving
Centres (central monitoring).
Having no need for cables, makes installation very friendly to interior decoration. An engineer
can check and program the system remotely (maintenance requests are reported
automatically - e.g. discharged battery, mains failure etc.).
Besides installing an entire system, the configuration of simple applications is also possible, for
example: remote control of garage doors, door electronic locks, elderly tele-care, automatic
lighting / ventilation control, wireless heating or air-conditioning thermostats etc.
The HomeSafe system can be designed and developed for individual homes through to
communal tele-care monitoring, promoting independent living.
Ezekiel House, Ezekiel Lane,
Willenhall, West Midlands. WV12 5QU
Telephone: 01922 491555, Facsimile: 01922 479988
E-Mail: email@example.com. Internet: www.technik2.com