The smoke/carbon monoxide alarm detects dangerous levels of smoke and colorless, odorless CO — which could go unnoticed by you and your family
First responders are automatically alerted – unlike non-monitored detectors that could let fire or CO spread if you’re in the yard, at work, or just don’t notice early warnings.
Loud notifications wake you day or night for
Don’t forget about pets. Ensure the safety of your beloved canines and felines with a swift response from the fire department.
A decade-long lifespan on smoke and CO sensors provides lasting protection. Low battery and end-of-life notifications help ensure detection is always in working order.
The safety and security of the people and assets in your properties are a top priority. Our smoke alarm provides true multi-threat detection and reacts fast to real danger—while helping to reduce false alarms.
A photo-electric chamber senses airborne smoke particulates while an electro-chemical sensor monitors the CO bi-product produced by slow smoldering fires.
Infrared (IR) flame sensors that measure ambient light levels and flame signatures, while thermal detection monitors temperature. Sophisticated algorithms interpret and respond to multiple inputs, preventing false alarms.
Automatic drift compensation of smoke and carbon monoxide sensors accommodates for dust build-up over time. Additionally, the reliable electro-chemical sensor has a 10-year lifespan.
Audible annunciation is provided by a built-in 85 dB sounder with a one-inch voice speaker. A prominent, 360° viewable LED shows visual alerts.
A smoke alarm condition illuminates red, a CO alarm condition illuminates blue, and a tri-color status LED intuitively indicates the operating mode.
|Voltage||3 volts DC||Power Source||4 CR-123 lithium batteries|
|Dimensions||Diameter: 5.95 in (15.1 cm)
Height: 2.03 in (5.16 cm)
|Weight||13.92 oz (383 g)|
|Sensitivity||UL limits .9 to 3.5%/ft
ULC limits .9 to 3.08%/ft
|Thermal Sensor||135°F fixed heat|
|Audible Signal||85 dB||Operating Temperature Range||0 - 38°C (32 - 100°F)|
The smoke detector is connected to your alarm system so that when it goes off, the central monitoring station receives an alert. Professional operators respond immediately to confirm that there is an actual emergency at your home by going down your call list.
If you answer the phone within 6 rings and say that it was a false alarm, the fire department is not dispatched.
If you do not answer the phone after 6 rings, the operator will dispatch the fire department and then continue contacting the people on your call list.
This helps prevent unnecessary dispatches, which can lead to costly fines.
We recommend placing the device high up on a wall or on a ceiling. The most important place to have smoke detectors is in your bedrooms and in common areas that you'd have to pass through to exit the home.
Avoid placing them near any vents or ducts that could interfere with the device's detection ability.
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