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FireX Hardwired 120-Volt Inter-Connectable Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup
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Hardwired 120-Volt Inter-Connectable Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup

$13.40 /each

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Kidde i5000 is an AC/DC powered ionization smoke alarm that operates on a 120-Volt power source with 9-Volt alkaline battery back-up. Front load battery feature is easy access to the battery; you will not need to remove the alarm from the mounting bracket. When you need to replace battery simply slide the door, remove low battery, and replace with new battery and slide door closed. This alarm can be interconnected with other Kidde devices in a multiple station arrangement.

  • Ionization sensing alarms may detect invisible fire particles
  • 85 decibels Warning Alarm
  • Hush button feature allows you to immediately silence the alarm
  • 9-Volt alkaline battery included (21025730)
  • Large mounting base makes mounting easier
  • Red LED will flash every 30-40 seconds
  • Hush Feature to silence nuisance alarms
  • Batteries Included
  • Kidde model i5000 is equipped with an alarm memory that provides a visual indication when an alarm has been activated


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Why is it necessary to replace entire unit every 10 years, or is it really necessary?

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September 30, 2016
Recently there have been several articles in the newspaper that stress the need to replace the complete units every 10 years. After checking my Firex Model FADC owners manual, I found a small note that confirmed the same thing. But no explanation as to why! Does the ionization chamber (or whatever detects smoke smell) quit working or is this just a way to sell more equipment?
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The National Fire Protection Association recommends replacing smoke alarms after 10 years from the manufacture date. Dust and dirt accumulates in the detector and causes the sensors to desensitize over time. Some detectors will not even make the 10 year mark. They will begin to have false activations or chirp even after the battery has been replaced to alert you the unit is bad.
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I need a replacement for a FireX Smoke Alarm.

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July 15, 2016
The only number that I can find on it is 120-1182B
Model FADC Date was August 2005.
Does anyone have a replacement model or where I can obtain one?
Thanks, Ron
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August 19, 2016
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Hi Ron!
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. For further assistance, please contact your local store or call our Customer Support team at 800-430-3376. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Please tell me how to stop chirping after I dismantled all the smoke alarm and cut off the wires. I am desperate.

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The chirping was from another device in the area.
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Is this enterchangeable with the 5388

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No, this is not interchangeable with the 5388.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by very easy to install. October 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works ok but missing part Not a direct replacement for the older model as claimed. AC power connector different. This unit was supposed to include a jumper cable with the new connector but that was missing. I had to jury rig to make it work. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product I had on of the smoke alarms go bad in my home. I decided to replace all of them. This was the best value. February 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Solved the problem, but not without a minor glitch Ordered this specific model to replace identical model# in my system. However, it was not exactly plug and play. The manufacturer has changed the pigtail connector, so I had to remove the existing connector and replace with the new one. While not a difficult task, it only required removing the three wire nuts and installing the new connector, This is not a difficult task for some, but most purchasers may need to call a qualified electrician. August 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by FireX smoke alarm The FireX smoke alarm was easy and straight forward to install. July 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Our Electrician says these are the best. We bought 10 or 14, I forget, had them installed by our electrician so that they are all connected so that if one goes off in the basement you can hear the others go off upstairs, and visa versa (our house has 3 floors/levels), plus they have backup batteries in case of electrical outages. He says they are the good ones to get. We haven't had any fires, but the one time when I was cooking/grilling things in my kitchen..it got a bit smokey and one went off on alarm. Had to silence it with the swishing of a towel, but that's probably a good thing. Made me know it was working. Since they were just installed last month, I can't comment on their long term attributes. But they seem quite good. February 19, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by They don't seem to set-up/work properly, very difficult. I have five of these 'interconnected' smoke-alarms in my home. One started chirping...I guessed it needed a battery. I installed a battery... the smoke-alarm kept chirping. I bought a new battery and installed it.... the smoke-alarm kept chirping. How long will this go on... it seems like "for eternity"! I find devices that don't work per the advertisemnets and directions very disheartening. I would not again, buy these detectors. PS: its still chirping... even with a new battery!!!! I may have to 'cut' the wires... and then replace the smoke-alarms PPS: I'm a qualified fire protection engineer (which makes this problem into a serious situation for me)... how can I recommend such a device?). April 27, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by disappointed This is the third replacement of the same item, in which the second was also purchased at Home Depot. The quality of the item is poor, as the latch breaks too easily, which needs to be opened and closed at every six month battery change. Unfortunately due to fire codes, it is placed high up on the ceiling, so it's not a matter of just changing out the batteries, because it means you have to hire someone everytime with a very tall ladder, if you have tall ceilings. I would recommend a smoke alarm of better quality, if it exists, and one that is compatible with the system. March 4, 2014
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