|Product Depth (in.)||1.5 in||Product Height (in.)||2.75 in|
|Product Width (in.)||4.5 in|
|Alarm/Detector Features||Hush Button, Tamper Resistant||Alert Type||Siren|
|Battery Type Required||AA||Commercial/Residential||Home|
|Connector/Contact Type||None||Fixed or portable||Fixed|
|Certifications and Listings||UL Listed|
A: Hello. No. For that, you would want the KN-COEG-3 Model # 21029623
A: Hello. Our residential alarms meets the national fire codes of NFPA 72. Our smoke alarms are UL 217 listed and the our carbon monoxide alarms are UL 2034 listed. The National Fire Protection Agency code 72 is the code used as the template for most state and local fire codes and the United Laboratory standards are the standards that our alarms are made to and our alarms are certified and listed with UL for these standards. Alarms that meet these UL standards are usually required in most state and local codes. We are not sure what NFPA 501C or UL 2035 is. Please feel free to reach out to the NFPA and UL for more information about these fire codes and standards. Contact your local authority requiring smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms as to what your local and state codes require.
A: Hello. This alarm comes with the initial courtesy batteries, yes. The batteries have to be changed every 6 months to a year.