Model # MP117

Internet #203367030

Universal Security Instruments Hardwired Interconnected Smoke and Fire Alarm with Battery Backup

Universal Security Instruments

Hardwired Interconnected Smoke and Fire Alarm with Battery Backup

  • Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in a home fire in half
  • Responds quickest to slow smoldering fires
  • Can be connected with other alarms throughout the home
$17.93 /each

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Microprocessor intelligence provides improved resistance to nuisance alarms caused by non-hazardous sources such as every day cooking smoke or steamy showers. Nuisance alarms are the leading reason for intentionally disabled smoke alarms. Working smoke alarms are a key factor in surviving a fire. Universal Security Instruments-Always Working To Protect Your Family.

  • 120-Volt AC/DC powered hardwire smoke and fire alarm
  • Superior false alarm resistance
  • Self-diagnostics ensures alarm is functioning properly
  • Temperature and humidity compensation
  • Quick find alarm origination/locator feature
  • Product end-of-service life warning
  • Interconnectable with other universal/USI alarms
  • Full-size plastic dust cover
  • Single test/silence button
  • Ideal for new or replacement installations
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Regarding MP117, is it Photo Electric only - no carbon monoxide or gas? Also how many year warranty does it have. Thank you.

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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Failed after 1 week Device stopped working after 1 week. Also, Home Depot sold us a product manufactured in 2012--we purchased 4 years after manufactured. This is a problem with smoke detectors that are supposed to be replaced every 10 years. February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No More False Alarms from Cooking After doing some research on sensor types, I bought this photoelectric unit with the hopes that swapping out an ionization alarm near my kitchen would put an end to false alarms from cooking. I chose this brand because it is the same as the ionization alarm I took down and was hoping the wiring attachment would be the same. It was, so the install was super simple. So far, it is working great--no more need for earplugs while pan frying a steak or baking a chicken. Now if I can just figure out how to avoid the goggles for chopping onions my kitchen won't seem so much like a shop... September 23, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by A piece of junk FALSE ALARMS It would go off for no reason whatsoever. I just tossed it in the trash and bought two First Alert brand alarms. December 11, 2014
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