According to the National Fire Protection Association, one in 13 hotels or motels reports a structural fire each year. While working smoke alarms won’t eliminate this statistic, it will certainly lower it significantly.
Ultralife understood the need for batteries that meet these requirements and developed the CR123A and UB123A. These batteries are designed with safety in mind and are manufactured in the same way as Ultralife’s range of military-approved batteries, giving it the stamp of military approval.
Using lithium manganese chemistry, both batteries have an average lifespan of ten years, offering a more sustainable safety plan for hotel managers. Built in the same way as the Ultralife Lithium 9V battery, they are known for being robust, reliable and rigorously tested.
By using the latest battery technology, hotel smoke alarms and robots can be powered more reliably and for longer, ticking both entertainment and safety off the checklist. And who knows, maybe one day service robots will be the ones checking and replacing hotel smoke alarm batteries?
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