|Product Depth (in.)||1.7 in||Product Height (in.)||5.75 in|
|Product Width (in.)||5.75 in|
|Alarm Sensor Type||Ionization||Alarm Type||Carbon Monoxide, Smoke|
|Alarm/Detector Features||Battery Back-Up, Hush Feature, Interconnected, Voice Alert||Battery Type Required||AA|
|Fixed or portable||Fixed||Included||Batteries|
|Pack Size||1||Power Source||Hardwired|
|Certifications and Listings||UL Listed|
A: Identify what type of smoke detector you have —some alarms contain radioactive material, which by law must have a warning label somewhere on the device. Typically, ionization smoke detectors rely on a radioactive material called Americium-241, which is considered safe for human exposure when used properly in detectors, unless it is tampered with. Detectors containing Americium-241 should not be thrown in the trash since breakage or incineration may cause environmental harm and can set off radiation detection alarms. Once you’ve identified your alarm type, you can determine whether it can be disposed of in household garbage. If it can, remove your smoke detector from its placement and remove any batteries. The batteries should be disposed of separately if you’re throwing your smoke alarm in the residential trash. Verify with your local municipality regarding disposal ordinances before disposing of an alarm. We do have a program to take back a limited number of ionization smoke alarms from residential customers only under certain conditions. Call us at 1-800-880-6788 for more information about that. After you dispose of the old alarm, install a new smoke detector to replace the old. Having a functional alarm is important to help protect a household during the event of a fire. Note that fire alarms should not be recycled.
A: Hello. No, but there is an adaptor for it that will allow it to use the same wiring harness connector. That would be the 20-9003, Internet # 325826336, Model # 21032239, Store SKU # 1009901067
A: Hello. No and sort of. The bracket will have to replaced but replacing the bracket will just take a screwdriver and a ladder. The wiring harness will not be compatible but we do offer an adaptor so your old wiring harness will work with the new alarm. That would be the 20-9003, Internet # 325826336, Model # 21032239, Store SKU # 1009901067
A: Hello. Smoke alarms need to be replaced every 10 years, per the recommendations of the National Fire Protection Agency and required by most local fire codes. Please contact your local authority requiring smoke alarms, usually your local fire marshal's office or local fire department, to find out how often you are required to replace smoke alarms and what type and kind of smoke alarms you are required to have.
Battery Back-Up, Hush Feature, Interconnected, Voice Alert
Battery Back-Up, Hush Feature, Interconnected
10-Year Battery, Battery Back-Up, Hush Feature, Interconnected, Tamper Resistant, Voice Alert, Wire-free Interconnect
Alarm Sensor Type
Smart Home Enabled