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Hardwired 120 Volt InterConnectable Photoelectric Combination Smoke and CO Alarm with Voice Battery Backup (3-Pack)

$129.00 /each
  • Hardwired
  • Combination smoke and CO
  • Photo electric sensor

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The Kidde front loading smoke and carbon monoxide alarm offers protection from two hazards - fire and carbon monoxide in one unit. This AC wire -in alarm has battery back up that will provide you and your family with protection during short term power outages. Manufactured with photoelectric sensors for detecting smoke and fire, this alarm also includes the world most accurate carbon monoxide sensing technology; based on claims by major manufacturers.

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  • Emits a loud beeping tone followed by a voice warning that clearly announces the danger, fire or warning carbon monoxide and voice feature also alerts you if hush or cancel is activated
  • Smart touch button - one button performs multiple functions; activates hush, test units electronics, activates peak level memory, resets the unit during a carbon monoxide alarm, silences a low battery chirp for up to 12 hours and silences the end of life chirp for two days
  • Tamper resistant - unit will lock to mounting bracket and battery door will lock to deter theft or tampering
  • Front loading battery door provides access to the battery chamber - allowing you to change the battery without removing the unit from the mounting bracket
  • Unit is inter connectable with up to 24 other devices of which 18 can be initiating including smoke, carbon monoxide and heat alarms
  • Alarm has two methods of warning for danger; a piezoelectric horn that is rated at 85 dB at 10 ft. and a voice warning that identifies the danger


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My alarm did one long loud beep the small ones after trying to change battery but battery door won't close?

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I slide the door open and now it won't shut
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Hello Shelby. Let me get you to go to: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/ff/ff19ec17-4474-46ce-9ac0-e7b84e15d650.pdf : and look at page 18 and figure 6::: { This alarm also has a battery carrier tamper resist feature which helps prevent the battery carrier from being opened. This feature is effective in preventing the removal of the battery from this device (which will render the unit Read More
Hello Shelby. Let me get you to go to: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/ff/ff19ec17-4474-46ce-9ac0-e7b84e15d650.pdf : and look at page 18 and figure 6::: { This alarm also has a battery carrier tamper resist feature which helps prevent the battery carrier from being opened. This feature is effective in preventing the removal of the battery from this device (which will render the unit inoperable during the loss of AC power). To activate the battery carrier tamper resist feature, remove the unit from the trim plate, disconnect the AC quick connector and locate the small cutout in the middle of the product label on the back of the unit. With a small screwdriver, or similar tool, slide the switch towards the top of the label. (see Figure 6) The tamper resist feature is now active and the battery carrier
can not be opened until the tamper resist feature is deactivated NOTE: Before activating the battery carrier tamper resist feature, make sure a fresh battery is installed in the unit and that the battery carrier is properly closed. IF THE BATTERY CARRIER TAMPER RESIST FEATURE IS ACTIVATED WHILE THE BATTERY CARRIER IS OPEN, THE BATTERY CARRIER WILL NOT CLOSE and the unit will be inoperable during the loss of AC power. TO DEACTIVATE THE BATTERY CARRIER TAMPER RESIST, in order to change the smoke alarm battery, REMOVE THE UNIT FROM THE TRIM PLATE, DISCONNECT THE AC QUICK CONNECTOR AND LOCATE THE SMALL CUT-OUT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE PRODUCT LABEL. USING A SCREWDRIVER OR SIMILIAR TOOL, SLIDE THE SWITCH TOWARDS THE BOTTOM OF THE PRODUCT LABEL. The battery carrier can
now be opened and the battery changed.} I have capitalized the parts relevant to your issue. It sounds like the battery carrier tamper resist has been activated, or that the battery is not being put in properly. If this doesn't resolve your problem, take down the alarm and call us at 1-800-880-6788 at Kidde Product Support with the alarm and new battery in hand and we can help you from there over the phone.
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is dedicated circuit for series of alarms needed?

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finishing basement and using these detectors, when wiring these in a series so they all go off when one goes off, can I use an existing lighting circuit (assuming enough capacity) or is it usually advisable to run a dedicated circuit?
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I don't see a reason to do so. Typically, a dedicated circuit is done for devices high-wattage devices such as microwave ovens and the like. These detectors use very little power - they can run on batteries alone for a long period of time.
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It's extremely advisable to use a dedicated circuit if possible. As long as you don't overload the breaker, there is no electrical reason you can't have some other device on the line, but you really don't want anything preventing the alarms from working properly in an emergency.
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I need to replace my Firex smoke detectors model number 120-1072C. Is model #KN-COPE-IC a compatible replacement?

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What does it mean that it's "Inter Connectable?"

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Can I install it as a standalone?
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It can be interconnected with other alarms.
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Hello GadiK. Yes, you can install it as a stand alone device. When you wire it in, and it has to be hardwired, hook up the black wire to the 120 volt hot wire in the ceiling or wall and hook up the white wire to the neutral of the 120 volt circuit. Leave the red wire disconnected if you don't want the alarm to be able to set off other Kidde Hardwired Alarms. If you want to interconnect your alarms so Read More
Hello GadiK. Yes, you can install it as a stand alone device. When you wire it in, and it has to be hardwired, hook up the black wire to the 120 volt hot wire in the ceiling or wall and hook up the white wire to the neutral of the 120 volt circuit. Leave the red wire disconnected if you don't want the alarm to be able to set off other Kidde Hardwired Alarms. If you want to interconnect your alarms so that if one alarm gives an alert for smoke or for carbon monoxide then it will set off all of the others, then all of the alarms need to be on the same 3 wire circuit as it shows in the owners manual. The safest way to wire in this alarm either way is to get a licensed electrician. We are Kidde Product Support at 1-800-880-6788. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 181 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by who would've thought I would get excited about smoke alarms!! purchase the 3 pack combo smoke detector and co2 detector. I bought this because I didn't want to buy a separate smoke detector and a CO2 detector. Too much clutter on the walls. The combo did the job. Very easy to install and operate. Plug and play installation. 3 wires and you're done. I installed all 3 in my house in less than 30 mins. Looks great! Love the voice feature. It was a bit pricey but you get what you pay for. Overall good purchase for a combo smoke/CO2 detector. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Firex Combo Smoke/CO Detector Replaced existing Firex Smoke (only) Detector with Firex Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Combination Detector to bring home up to existing Arizona fire code. Replacement was easy as it fit the existing mounting bracket and the plug in connector for the 120 Volt supply and communication to the other 10 detectors was an exact match. August 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for my need. straight forward installation Three interconnected units installed in my log cabin. Installation was easy using 14-2 wire to connect to the circuit breaker. 14-3 wire between each alarm. Very easy installation. You need to purchase screws to attach the alarm to the ceiling box. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what I needed I had to add a carbon monoxide alarm to our upstairs area so i decided to go with this alarm. Since I was replacing this to an existing alarm area the instillation took all of 5 minutes. The big revelation was that our smoke alarms were all over 10 years old which is beyond the recommended life of smoke alarms. I decided to place a second order and replaced all the alarms in the house with the smoke detectors needed. I believe you'll only need one CO unit per floor in your house, All the other units can be the basic smoke detectors. The installation was simple and the products seem to be very good quality. It's also nice to get rid of those dingy yellow ones and replace them with these new white units. Replacing older alarms was not something I realized was necessary. Check the age of your alarms and if they're older than 10 years I'd recommend replacing with this product. April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Easy install replaced 6 combo units get deal having battery included May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Installation and As-Advertised Operation Don't take chances: If any one of a group of interconnected alarm units complains of not working properly, replace all of them. The three pack saves a little money and automatically ensures that the alarm units are designed to work with one another. Very likely you'll have to replace mounting rings and wiring harnesses to accommodate the new alarm units, so be sure to check that the harnesses and rings included with the kit meet your home's requirements. Save yourself hassle by taking one of your old alarm units, its harness and ring to the store for comparison before you buy. Once you have everything connected, test exhaustively by pushing an alarm unit's test button and then running around to verify that all the others properly scream about it. Repeat this by triggering each unit. Also test operation with mains power disconnected, thus depending upon each unit's 9V battery. Yes, testing is tedious, but it could save a life. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by All good All good so far. Seems to be a quality product. Would reccomend. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product was the solution I needed! I added on to my house and had to bring all the smoke detectors up to current code. That meant installing wire, boxes, and new detectors. Where I live I needed interconnected detectors. I was replacing dual (ion/photo) battery operated alarms which I had installed several years ago and was happy to find these that included photoelectric, carbon monoxide, voice alert, and battery backup. Single units with all those features can be expensive when installing several at once - so finding a 3-pack that saved me about 1/3 on cost helped a lot (I didn't have to settle for a lesser product). Installation of the detectors was a breaze and they've been working great. Thanks Home Depot! March 1, 2013
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