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Model # 21007915

Internet # 203251147

Store SKU # 376524

Hardwired 120-Volt Inter-Connectable Dual Sensor Photoelectric and Ionization Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup

$32.97 /each

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Product Overview

Kidde ACDC Photo/Ion Smoke Alarm functions as a standalone unit or in an interconnected system. Alarm features HUSH, allowing you to quickly silence nuisance alarms and also includes a tamper resist feature that deters tampering and theft. Alarm combines both photoelectric and ionization sensor technology.

  • Battery back-up feature provides protection during power outages and equipped with a low battery warning chirp
  • Test/reset button allows testing of the alarms circuitry and horn
  • Temperature operating range is between 40 Degrees F and 100 Degrees F with humidity operating range up to 85% relative humidity
  • Unit is equipped with a piezoelectric horn that is rated at 85 dB at 10 ft.
  • NFPA recommends dual sensors in the home


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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
1.8 
Product Height (in.) 
5.75 
Product Width (in.) 
5.75 

Details

Alarm Sensor Type 
Dual-Sensor 
Alarm Type 
Smoke 
Alarm/Detector Features 
Battery Back-Up,Hush Feature,Interconnected 
Commercial / Residential 
Commercial / Residential 
Connector/Contact Type 
2-Wire 
Included 
Batteries 
Power Source 
Hardwired 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Voltage (volts) 
120 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 

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I need a battery operated smoke detector that is both ionization and photo electric from home depot stores. need a sku or model#

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March 11, 2016
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See top of this page above heading of product "Hardwired 120-Volt Inter-Connectable Dual Sensor Photoelectric and Ionization Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup"
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Here you go SKU # 198527. This is for a Kiddie model.
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The Kidde 21007915 from Home Depot fits the bill. $33 each is actually good value for battery & AC powered, dual sensor, and interconnects with other detectors. Easy to install, comes with easy-to-replace pigtail.
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Would the FireX be compatible with the Kidde alarms I have in my house??

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would the FireX hardwired 120-volt inter-connected dual sensor photoelectric and ionization smoke alarm with battery backup be compatible with a home hardwired system that used Kidde 120-volt hardwired interconnected smoke & CO2 alarm (Model #KN-COPE-1)??? Thank you!
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March 11, 2016
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call kiddie
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March 11, 2016
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You need to call Kiddie for specific questions about their smoke alarms. Always go to the manufacturer of a product to get the right answer.
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I presently have 6 single sensoe smoke detectors that are hard wired together to form a warning system. They are 13 years old and need to be replaced

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Do I need to have dual sensors for an all electric home such as the PI2010.
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March 11, 2016
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Do some research online and form your own opinion. From what I read one type of smoke alarm detects slow smoldering fires like electrical fires that start in walls and the other kind detects fast burning fires like curtains catching on fire.
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is there a test button?

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January 29, 2016
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This does have a test button.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 59 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 120V W/ 9V Back-up with Easy Install Wire Harness Needed to replace an old unit. This was very easy to install. Simply mount the plate on the electrical box and then hook up the wire harness. Plug the wire harness into the unit and a slight turn attaches it to the mounting plate. Not only is this 120Volt that can be wired in sequence with other units, but it also has a 9 volt battery back-up. The ease of mounting and the wire harness will make it quick and easy to replace the battery as well. It also looks nice on the ceiling. June 14, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk Gave false alarms after only three months. Don't recommend this product unless you want to be alarmed in the middle of the night. February 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice replacement sensor The old sensor was queuing false alarms and this one did the trick. Easy to install. January 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product for replacing contractor/builder 10 yr old plus detectors easy to install and just what I wanted to replace 10yr old plus detectors that were only ionization only. This detector porovides ionization, photoelectric sensors plus battery back up. June 10, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by overly sensitive smoke detector senors Don't put in kitchen... Just using the toaster sets it off (and it was'nt burnt toast)...switched it with the one in the bedroom... Toaster doesn't set that one off January 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Install Cannot speak if it works or not hopefully I never find out. Buying a couple more and I will have all of my detectors replaced. December 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by False Alarms after 18 months Started giving false alarms after 18 months despite cleaning it with compressed air for electronics. Supposed to last 10 years. December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Convenient but getting too expensive This smoke detector is one of a line of products made by KIDDE. It includes dual methods of detecting fire. It is intended to be hardwired to an electrical circuit and connected with other similar devices so that if any alarm triggers, all the connected alarms will sound. The unit I recently purchased was a replacement unit. My observations about the 15 detectors I have in my house follow: 1) Follow your local fire codes for type of unit (Photoelectric Only or Dual) and placement. 2) Don't drop any units. Dropping them damages them in a way that makes them extremely sensitive and they will trigger unexpectedly and for no apparent reason. Don't install it after you drop it - you need to buy a new one. 3) The current models are supposed to be less sensitive to common sources of smoke & steam (cigarettes, candles, toaster, shower, etc.) but smoke from a dirty oven, burning toast or steam from the shower will surely set the alarm off. I shut the door to the kitchen when cooking and the bathroom when showering to prevent nuisance alarms. 4) To find the triggered unit you have to find the one that is flashing red and press then release the hush button on that unit to stop all the alarms from sounding. For me that means quickly traversing 4 floors of rooms to find the triggering unit. I would have to do that anyway if there really was a fire but the piercing alarms really hurt the eardrums. If I knew which unit was triggered I could go directly to that unit. Of course the closer to the unit you get the louder the noise is. I keep earplugs bedside so I can protect my hearing if the alarm triggers. I keep the fire extinguisher close to the stairway I take to inspect the units. 5) Once you find the unit - if it has a good reason for triggering (smoke) then air out the room. You can hush for 10 minutes at a time. If it triggered because of steam or other reason then consider that you might have the wrong type of unit (dual) or have mis-positioned the unit. This will be a problem on a hard-wired circuit as repositioning the wiring will not be inexpensive. If there is no good reason for the unit to be triggering - then hush it and see what happens in 10 minutes. Keep track of the unit into the future and if it triggers again for no good reason then consider replacing it (2 nuisance alarms is my limit). The support service will tell you to blow out the unit with air as dust/insects can accumulate inside. That advice was helpful for 1 of my units. 6) KIDDE has changed the designs of their various units over time and it is very confusing to try to find the compatible unit. They also keep changing their box labels. Read the box carefully! Be careful if you need a DUAL that you get Photoelectric plus Ionization (not smoke plus Carbon Monoxide). 7) Teach everyone in your house what you want them to do if the alarm goes off. Its a terrific idea to have an escape plan and perform regular evacuations when you test your alarms. This sounds easy but if you have renters it is not very simple to arrange this event or to get them to understand the flashing of the triggered alarm. You'll have to establish with them who will hush the alarm if there is no fire/smoke. 8) The Hush and Test buttons are quite confusing. They are labeled however you cannot see the labels in the dark. As the model designs change the button functions have also changed so that a test button on one unit is the hush button on another unit. These buttons also sometime have LED lights to perform other functions for you. Keeping the various models in mind is difficult. 9) In all my 15 units are now performing well (they are quiet) after I replaced the 3 faulty ones that someone had dropped. I sleep better knowing that I am compliant with the fire codes and have a means to be informed about fire anywhere in the house no matter where I am in the house. 10) These units are getting quite expensive ! There are separate codes for Carbon Monoxide detection and in the state of MA I'm required to have an independent detector on each floor within each living unit. KIDDEs new model plugs into a wall outlet but it is $53 per unit. Wish they'd consolidate with the existing alarms but I'm guessing they are supplying various products demanded by the codes and so are not able to do that. December 29, 2015
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