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Kidde Hardwired Inter-Connectable 120-Volt Auxiliary Heat Alarm 135 Degree with Battery Backup
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Kidde

Hardwired Inter-Connectable 120-Volt Auxiliary Heat Alarm 135 Degree with Battery Backup

$28.97 /each

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The Kidde Heat Alarm with 9-Volt Backup provides your home with an early warning detection device of temperatures exceeding 135˚F. This heat alarm offers a test button that checks the functionality of the unit's horn, battery and circuitry for peace of mind. Interconnect this alarm with up to 24 other detection devices to create a fire alarm system that senses for heat, smoke and carbon monoxide.

  • Receive an instant alert when temperatures exceed 135°F
  • Test button assures proper operation of the sensor's electronic circuitry, horn and battery function
  • Interconnects with up to 24 Kidde devices (of which 18 can be initiating), including smoke and carbon monoxide alarms
  • 9-Volt battery backup provides continuous protection even during power outages
  • Red LED flashes every 30 - 40 seconds to indicate proper operation
  • Quick-connect power harness for fast and easy installation
  • Tamper-proof pin helps deter tampering and theft
  • Replacement 9V battery Kidde model 21025830



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So I understand that this device has a different tone than the standard smoke or CO tones. If I i...

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So I understand that this device has a different tone than the standard smoke or CO tones. If I interconnect this to a Smoke/CO alarm, what tone will sound on the interconnected device should this unit activate? Does it just sound the smoke/fire tone on the smoke/co device? I am asking because I am hoping to have the smoke/co alarm will activate a RemoteLync if initiated by an distant interconnected heat alarm. Thank you.
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October 26, 2016
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Hello Jweber. This alarm gives the same tone and pattern as a smoke alarm, the standard T-3 pattern of three long beeps, a pause, and 3 long beeps. We are Kidde product support at 1-800-880-6788. Thank you for your interest.
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I have a raise home on the gulf coast , is there a heat detector I can put under it

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October 13, 2015
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Hello. This heat detector alarm HD135F can be used in a garage or a basement. It is not meant for outdoor conditions outside the house, or in an attic that can get above 100 degrees. The battery in the alarm does have to be changed every 6 months to a year. It would not be necessarily be appropriate in an open garage port or just under a house. For that you would want a spot-type heat detector or a Read More
Hello. This heat detector alarm HD135F can be used in a garage or a basement. It is not meant for outdoor conditions outside the house, or in an attic that can get above 100 degrees. The battery in the alarm does have to be changed every 6 months to a year. It would not be necessarily be appropriate in an open garage port or just under a house. For that you would want a spot-type heat detector or a combination spot-type heat and rate-of-rise detector which you can get from an electrical supply house. We do not make one. You can interconnect spot-type heat detectors with our alarms using an SM120x relay module, which you can special order at a Pro Desk at any Home Depot. For more information, you can call us at Kidde Product Support at 1-800-880-6788 Read Less
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Changed batteries multiple times,checked and shut breaker on and off, still beeps??

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May 22, 2015
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Hello Sull37. In reference to your issue, let me get you to take down the alarm and unplug it. To take down the alarm, rotate the alarm so that it is hanging from the wires. Where the wires go into the back of the alarm, they are going into a plug. Squeeze either side of the plug and pull and that plug will come off the back of the alarm. Come down from the ceiling and work with the alarm on battery Read More
Hello Sull37. In reference to your issue, let me get you to take down the alarm and unplug it. To take down the alarm, rotate the alarm so that it is hanging from the wires. Where the wires go into the back of the alarm, they are going into a plug. Squeeze either side of the plug and pull and that plug will come off the back of the alarm. Come down from the ceiling and work with the alarm on battery alone. Can you get the alarm to power up on battery alone? Is the battery you are using have a good use-by date of at LEAST 3 or 4 years out, like 2019 or beyond? To resolve this, first get a small screwdriver or a small knife. There are two metal contacts in the battery compartment. Very gently pull on each of the contacts so that they bend out slightly further into the battery compartment. Make sure the new battery has a good use-by date of at least 3 or 4 years out, of at least 2019 or beyond. Make sure the battery is being put in properly with the positive and the negative in the right place as shown on the back of the battery door. Does the alarm test just on battery alone? If it does, let it sit for an hour or so just running on battery on a table. Does it chirp? If the alarm is testing properly and powering up on battery alone and does not chirp after an hour, try plugging it in. If the issue is still not resolved, please call us at 1-800-880-6788 between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Eastern standard time, Monday through Friday, with the alarm and good battery in hand and we will be happy to troubleshoot with you and help you with this alarm. Thank you for your interest. Read Less
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Can I get this particular product in the store?

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Kiddie Hardwire Interconnectable Heat Alarm Model #HD135F

It says 135 degree, what extactly does that mean? Right now I turn my oven on 350degress and the fire alarm(did not see it in the store). that I replaced it with goes off everytime,
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. To determine pricing and availability you will need to localize the item online by using a zip code. Unfortunately, if you are unable to see the store inventory, then it’s most likely not a stocked item in your area. However, you can still order it online to ship to your home or business. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. To determine pricing and availability you will need to localize the item online by using a zip code. Unfortunately, if you are unable to see the store inventory, then it’s most likely not a stocked item in your area. However, you can still order it online to ship to your home or business. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Very easy to install. Luckily i haven't tested it ! October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best detector for the kitchen This heat detector ends the false alarm from a fire/smoke detector in your kitchen and keeps you safe. September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hard to find item in Colorado A must have item for a home with an attached garage. Its the law in Massachusetts. I couldn't believe they were hard to find here in Colorado. With the help of Home Depot, they quickly located one in another one their other stores abet a little dusty but it works fine. The Massachusetts fire inspector explain how it had to be hooked into the other alarms ie smoke, carbon monoxide. When heat in garage hits 135 all alarms go off while declaring FIRE! I found it very easy to hook up and am sleeping better these days. Thank you Home Depot! Art May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No more false alarms. Fumes from my Street Rod would set off my house alarm,usually at 2 or 3 AM. My son in law (ex Firefighter) told me the make heat detectors. I bought one online and it was plug and play. Took just a couple minutes to install. No false alarms since then. August 19, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Service at Meridian by Judy Great Service at Meridian ID store by Judy who works at Service desk. Thanks October 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Upgraded house fire detection system After researching fire detection systems, I knew what I wanted & only HD had everything in stock at my local store. I had a bit of a time trying to find them in the shelf display, but a sales person was quickly able to point them out to me. September 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice to have. Easy to install. A good opportunity to have some alarming in probably the most important place in the house (for fires) that interconnects with the rest. That is in the garage. May 11, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Careful Placement Necessary I put the unit in the attic, near the gas furnace. After enduring the heat of summer, no alarms, then on the first really cold day in the fall, I turned the heat on for the first time, after it had already gotten really cold outside . The 15 degrees change in one minute got it. A False alarm that set the other smoke alarms off. Scared me. When the temp increases suddenly, it will go off with out reaching 135 . Placement is very important to reduce false alarms. I took it out of service. October 21, 2013
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