|Product Depth (in.)||1.55 in||Product Height (in.)||5.6 in|
|Product Width (in.)||5.6 in|
|Alarm Sensor Type||Ionization||Alarm Type||Smoke|
|Alarm/Detector Features||10-Year Battery, Hush Feature, Tamper Resistant, Value Pack||Battery Type Required||.Built-In|
|Fixed or portable||Fixed||Included||Batteries|
|Pack Size||2||Power Source||Battery|
|Returnable||90-Day||Voltage (V)||120 V|
|Certifications and Listings||UL Listed|
A: Hello. It is not recommended. These alarms do not interconnect and set each other off. You will want our wireless battery-only alarm, P4010DCS-W model 21028753.
A: If you are talking about a new device, then it is likely bad [lemons occur even in brand new products]. If you are talking about a device that is existing or has been in use for a while, it could require cleaning with compressed air and/or a vacuum.
A: Hello. Call us with the alarm in hand at 1-800-880-6788. If it is a chirp every 30 seconds, this could be an issue with the alarm and we can help. If it is giving three long beeps, a pause, 3 long beeps, a pause, then that is the alarm going off for smoke falsely if there is no smoke. False alarms are most commonly caused by something interfering with the sensor. To clean the alarm, hold the unit by its edge and thoroughly blow through the gap on the side of the unit with compressed air (like keyboard cleaner). We recommend cleaning out all of your smoke alarms at least every 6 months to a year and at this point we would recommend cleaning out all of your other alarms as well as a preventative. If you have interconnected alarms, the first step is finding the initiating unit, as that is the key. See the owner's manual. Some of your alarms may be in one the locations to avoid listed in the owner's manuals. This would especially include alarms being installed within 3 ft (.9m) of a forced air supply ducts used for heating or cooling, ceiling or whole house ventilating fans, or other high air flow areas. We recommend that alarms not be installed near vents, flues, chimneys, or fans. We recommend that alarms not be installed near doors or windows near areas directly exposed to the weather. We strongly recommend not to install these alarms in garages, attics, and crawl spaces as you will get temperatures, dust, insects, and chemicals that can cause nuisance alarms. Try cleaning out the alarms. If you have the issue again, find the alarm setting off all of the others and call us with that alarm in hand at 1-800-880-6788 so we can get this resolved for you.
Alarm Sensor Type
10-Year Battery, Hush Feature, Tamper Resistant, Value Pack
Hush Feature, Tamper Resistant
10-Year Battery, Hush Feature, Tamper Resistant
10-Year Battery, Hush Feature, Tamper Resistant, Voice Alert
Battery Type Required