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When powered up the Cavius Travel Alarm will automatically perform a self-test.
A successful test will be indicated by all three LED´s flashing in turn (red, green, yellow). This will be also be accompanied by a short audible beep.
If an error is encountered, the red LED will indicate the type of error by flashing the appropriate number of times (see below).
(If more than one error is present – only the first error encountered is indicated).
• 1 x flash – Panic button failure
• 2 x flash – Low voltage (battery) failure
• 3 x flash – LED failure (red, green, yellow LED)
• 4 x flash – Light sensor in smoke chamber failure
• 5 x flash – System voltage failure
• 6 x flash – Motion sensor failure

Category: Known errors
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    Some customers who have linked alarms together and later attempted to run them on the app, find that their alarms can’t connect to the app.

    If you have this issue, please see the solution below (not applicable to sealed-battery alarms):

    Set an alarm to Learn mode and let it connect to itself, flashing for 15 seconds. Then switch it back to Normal mode and remove the battery. This will reset the connection to any other alarms, meaning it should be able to connect to the app. Repeat this procedure with any other alarms that you want to connect to the app.

    Category: Known errors

    Please be aware that issues like this can happen when combining new and old detectors on the same app.

    If a detector is not showing a unique ID and indicates a battery low message (likely to be the old type), then detector must be removed from the app and from the group.

    Something similar can happen if a detector is not enrolled anymore (deleted from the app, but still part of the same Cavius group) – you can check for this by performing a test because an unknown/unrecognised alarm will start beeping.

    Category: Known errors

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    Replace the battery in the unit and hold down the test button for at least 7 seconds to reset and test the alarm.

    Category: Known errors

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    A Huawei P20 kills the Cavius app and prevents push alerts from appearing. This is due to a system battery saver that is built into Huawei phones. However, push messages can be retrieved – for more details see your Huawei instruction manual.

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    Detectors can pick up interference during testing. After releasing the test button, the detector you have used to start testing should give a beep every 8 seconds. If it does not, there is radio interference and it is not able to output the test radio signal to other alarms. Please try again later.

    Category: Known errors

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    Detectors produced before 21.12.2017 will not display the detector’s name (ID), but all other information will be displayed in an alarm event.

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    Known errors

    When powered up the Cavius Travel Alarm will automatically perform a self-test.
    A successful test will be indicated by all three LED´s flashing in turn (red, green, yellow). This will be also be accompanied by a short audible beep.
    If an error is encountered, the red LED will indicate the type of error by flashing the appropriate number of times (see below).
    (If more than one error is present – only the first error encountered is indicated).
    • 1 x flash – Panic button failure
    • 2 x flash – Low voltage (battery) failure
    • 3 x flash – LED failure (red, green, yellow LED)
    • 4 x flash – Light sensor in smoke chamber failure
    • 5 x flash – System voltage failure
    • 6 x flash – Motion sensor failure

    Category: Known errors
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    Some customers who have linked alarms together and later attempted to run them on the app, find that their alarms can’t connect to the app.

    If you have this issue, please see the solution below (not applicable to sealed-battery alarms):

    Set an alarm to Learn mode and let it connect to itself, flashing for 15 seconds. Then switch it back to Normal mode and remove the battery. This will reset the connection to any other alarms, meaning it should be able to connect to the app. Repeat this procedure with any other alarms that you want to connect to the app.

    Category: Known errors

    Please be aware that issues like this can happen when combining new and old detectors on the same app.

    If a detector is not showing a unique ID and indicates a battery low message (likely to be the old type), then detector must be removed from the app and from the group.

    Something similar can happen if a detector is not enrolled anymore (deleted from the app, but still part of the same Cavius group) – you can check for this by performing a test because an unknown/unrecognised alarm will start beeping.

    Category: Known errors

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    Replace the battery in the unit and hold down the test button for at least 7 seconds to reset and test the alarm.

    Category: Known errors

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    A Huawei P20 kills the Cavius app and prevents push alerts from appearing. This is due to a system battery saver that is built into Huawei phones. However, push messages can be retrieved – for more details see your Huawei instruction manual.

    Category: Known errors

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    Detectors can pick up interference during testing. After releasing the test button, the detector you have used to start testing should give a beep every 8 seconds. If it does not, there is radio interference and it is not able to output the test radio signal to other alarms. Please try again later.

    Category: Known errors

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    Detectors produced before 21.12.2017 will not display the detector’s name (ID), but all other information will be displayed in an alarm event.

    Category: Known errors

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    Smoke alarms

    When powered up the Cavius Travel Alarm will automatically perform a self-test.
    A successful test will be indicated by all three LED´s flashing in turn (red, green, yellow). This will be also be accompanied by a short audible beep.
    If an error is encountered, the red LED will indicate the type of error by flashing the appropriate number of times (see below).
    (If more than one error is present – only the first error encountered is indicated).
    • 1 x flash – Panic button failure
    • 2 x flash – Low voltage (battery) failure
    • 3 x flash – LED failure (red, green, yellow LED)
    • 4 x flash – Light sensor in smoke chamber failure
    • 5 x flash – System voltage failure
    • 6 x flash – Motion sensor failure

    Category: Known errors
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    Hi, i read your blog occasionally and i own a similar one
    and i was just curious if you get a lot of spam feedback?
    If so how do you protect against it, any plugin or anything you can recommend?
    I get so much lately it’s driving me crazy so any assistance
    is very much appreciated.

  • Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    I believe what you posted made a great deal of sense.
    However, consider this, what if you wrote a catchier title?

    I mean, I don’t wish to tell you how to run your blog, but suppose you added something to possibly get
    people’s attention? I mean FAQ's | Cavius Smoke Alarms is kinda
    boring. You should look at Yahoo’s home page and note how they create article headlines to get people to click.

    You might try adding a video or a pic or two to get people interested about
    what you’ve got to say. In my opinion, it would bring your posts a little bit more interesting.

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    Some customers who have linked alarms together and later attempted to run them on the app, find that their alarms can’t connect to the app.

    If you have this issue, please see the solution below (not applicable to sealed-battery alarms):

    Set an alarm to Learn mode and let it connect to itself, flashing for 15 seconds. Then switch it back to Normal mode and remove the battery. This will reset the connection to any other alarms, meaning it should be able to connect to the app. Repeat this procedure with any other alarms that you want to connect to the app.

    Category: Known errors

    Please be aware that issues like this can happen when combining new and old detectors on the same app.

    If a detector is not showing a unique ID and indicates a battery low message (likely to be the old type), then detector must be removed from the app and from the group.

    Something similar can happen if a detector is not enrolled anymore (deleted from the app, but still part of the same Cavius group) – you can check for this by performing a test because an unknown/unrecognised alarm will start beeping.

    Category: Known errors

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    Replace the battery in the unit and hold down the test button for at least 7 seconds to reset and test the alarm.

    Category: Known errors

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    A Huawei P20 kills the Cavius app and prevents push alerts from appearing. This is due to a system battery saver that is built into Huawei phones. However, push messages can be retrieved – for more details see your Huawei instruction manual.

    Category: Known errors

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    Detectors can pick up interference during testing. After releasing the test button, the detector you have used to start testing should give a beep every 8 seconds. If it does not, there is radio interference and it is not able to output the test radio signal to other alarms. Please try again later.

    Category: Known errors

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    Detectors produced before 21.12.2017 will not display the detector’s name (ID), but all other information will be displayed in an alarm event.

    Category: Known errors

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    Troubleshooting

    When powered up the Cavius Travel Alarm will automatically perform a self-test.
    A successful test will be indicated by all three LED´s flashing in turn (red, green, yellow). This will be also be accompanied by a short audible beep.
    If an error is encountered, the red LED will indicate the type of error by flashing the appropriate number of times (see below).
    (If more than one error is present – only the first error encountered is indicated).
    • 1 x flash – Panic button failure
    • 2 x flash – Low voltage (battery) failure
    • 3 x flash – LED failure (red, green, yellow LED)
    • 4 x flash – Light sensor in smoke chamber failure
    • 5 x flash – System voltage failure
    • 6 x flash – Motion sensor failure

    Category: Known errors
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    Hi, i read your blog occasionally and i own a similar one
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    I get so much lately it’s driving me crazy so any assistance
    is very much appreciated.

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    I believe what you posted made a great deal of sense.
    However, consider this, what if you wrote a catchier title?

    I mean, I don’t wish to tell you how to run your blog, but suppose you added something to possibly get
    people’s attention? I mean FAQ's | Cavius Smoke Alarms is kinda
    boring. You should look at Yahoo’s home page and note how they create article headlines to get people to click.

    You might try adding a video or a pic or two to get people interested about
    what you’ve got to say. In my opinion, it would bring your posts a little bit more interesting.

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    Some customers who have linked alarms together and later attempted to run them on the app, find that their alarms can’t connect to the app.

    If you have this issue, please see the solution below (not applicable to sealed-battery alarms):

    Set an alarm to Learn mode and let it connect to itself, flashing for 15 seconds. Then switch it back to Normal mode and remove the battery. This will reset the connection to any other alarms, meaning it should be able to connect to the app. Repeat this procedure with any other alarms that you want to connect to the app.

    Category: Known errors

    Please be aware that issues like this can happen when combining new and old detectors on the same app.

    If a detector is not showing a unique ID and indicates a battery low message (likely to be the old type), then detector must be removed from the app and from the group.

    Something similar can happen if a detector is not enrolled anymore (deleted from the app, but still part of the same Cavius group) – you can check for this by performing a test because an unknown/unrecognised alarm will start beeping.

    Category: Known errors

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    Replace the battery in the unit and hold down the test button for at least 7 seconds to reset and test the alarm.

    Category: Known errors

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    A Huawei P20 kills the Cavius app and prevents push alerts from appearing. This is due to a system battery saver that is built into Huawei phones. However, push messages can be retrieved – for more details see your Huawei instruction manual.

    Category: Known errors

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    Detectors can pick up interference during testing. After releasing the test button, the detector you have used to start testing should give a beep every 8 seconds. If it does not, there is radio interference and it is not able to output the test radio signal to other alarms. Please try again later.

    Category: Known errors

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    Detectors produced before 21.12.2017 will not display the detector’s name (ID), but all other information will be displayed in an alarm event.

    Category: Known errors

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