Model # 21006373

Internet #100179554

Kidde Hardwire 120-Volt Inter-Connectable Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup (6-Pack)
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Kidde

Hardwire 120-Volt Inter-Connectable Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup (6-Pack)

  • Smoke detectors require hardwire installation
  • All interconnected alarms will sound when one alarm goes off
  • UL # i12040
$5400 /each
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  • Smoke detectors require hardwire installation
  • All interconnected alarms will sound when one alarm goes off
  • UL # i12040
The Kidde i12040 contractor 6 pack is sold as one master pack that contains 6 individual units. These alarms are 120-Volt hardwired ionization smoke alarm with 9-Volt battery backup and Hush feature. Smoke alarms have the ability to function as single units or in an interconnected system.
  • Test button, tests unit's electronic circuitry, horn, and battery function
  • Hush feature - temporarily silences nuisance alarms
  • Quick connector - makes installation fast and easy
  • Tamper resist locking pin - helps deter alarm tampering and theft
  • 9-Volt battery backup provides protection during power outages
  • Compatible with Kidde, FireX, Code One, and Sentinel products
  • Kidde offers a full range of 120V AC wire-in life safety products with interconnect capability to provide the most immediate and complete system available. When any one interconnected alarm is triggered, all interconnected alarms within the home sound an immediate warning.
  • UL/CSFM Ref. Kidde Part i12040



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Product Overview

  • Smoke detectors require hardwire installation
  • All interconnected alarms will sound when one alarm goes off
  • UL # i12040
Model #: 21006373
Internet #: 100179554

The Kidde i12040 contractor 6 pack is sold as one master pack that contains 6 individual units. These alarms are 120-Volt hardwired ionization smoke alarm with 9-Volt battery backup and Hush feature. Smoke alarms have the ability to function as single units or in an interconnected system.

  • Test button, tests unit's electronic circuitry, horn, and battery function
  • Hush feature - temporarily silences nuisance alarms
  • Quick connector - makes installation fast and easy
  • Tamper resist locking pin - helps deter alarm tampering and theft
  • 9-Volt battery backup provides protection during power outages
  • Compatible with Kidde, FireX, Code One, and Sentinel products
  • Kidde offers a full range of 120V AC wire-in life safety products with interconnect capability to provide the most immediate and complete system available. When any one interconnected alarm is triggered, all interconnected alarms within the home sound an immediate warning.
  • UL/CSFM Ref. Kidde Part i12040



  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

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Brand Kidde Kidde BRK Kidde
Ratings (505) (272) (83) (141)
Power Source Hardwired Hardwired Hardwired Hardwired
Alarm Sensor Type Ionization Ionization Ionization Ionization
Alarm/Detector Features Battery Back-Up,Hush Feature,Interconnected,Value Pack Battery Back-Up,Hush Feature,Interconnected,Value Pack Battery Back-Up Battery Back-Up,Hush Feature,Interconnected,Value Pack
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
10.7
Product Height (in.)
6.5
Product Width (in.)
6.6

Details

Alarm Sensor Type
Ionization
Alarm Type
Smoke
Alarm/Detector Features
Battery Back-Up,Hush Feature,Interconnected,Value Pack
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Connector/Contact Type
3-Wire
Included
Batteries
Pack Size
6
Power Source
Hardwired
Returnable
90-Day
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
10.7
Product Height (in.)
6.5
Product Width (in.)
6.6

Details

Alarm Sensor Type
Ionization
Alarm Type
Smoke
Alarm/Detector Features
Battery Back-Up,Hush Feature,Interconnected,Value Pack
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
Connector/Contact Type
3-Wire
Included
Batteries
Pack Size
6
Power Source
Hardwired
Returnable
90-Day
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed

Questions & Answers

I am replacing 6 outdated Kidde units, model PE120. These look to be the newer version of those, ...

I am replacing 6 outdated Kidde units, model PE120. These look to be the newer version of those, can anyone confirm? And it would be great if they fit into the existing brackets.....
Asked by: alggt
Kidde Expert: I don't think these are the direct replacement to PE120. This product states that it's a 6-pack of the i12040 (i for "ionic," I'm assuming). I am replacing PE120s, which are photoelectric units. To do a direct switch, I believe I actually need Model # 21006371, the P12040, sold singly.
Answered by: alggt
Date published: 2017-12-31

in changing=== the alarms wires do you have to turn off the power

in changing=== the alarms wires do you have to turn off the power
Asked by: marvin
A friend who is knowledgeable about this told me it was not necessary to turn off the power as long as I just worked on one wire at a time and did not allow the different colored wires to touch each other with the caps off. He told me to unscrew existing cap, remove old wire, put end of new wire next to wire end of same color in ceiling, then screw cap back on tightly. Then move to the next color and repeat. It worked fine for me.
Answered by: PizzaGurl
Date published: 2017-12-22

Disconnect one alarm unit

I currently have six interconnected smoke alarms installed. One of them repeatedly gives the low battery indication (chirping) even with new batteries. Can I remove or disconnect this one unit without compromising the performance of the other alarms?
Asked by: Luke
I would not recommend calling Kidde. I made that mistake and was told that what I was describing was not there. Then I was told that some fire departments will come out and help with smoke detector issues. If that fails, I was advised to pay for a handyman to come out. Meanwhile, I have two chirping smoke detectors.
Answered by: jawjahpeach
Date published: 2017-04-26

Is the date on the back of these devices the date of manufacture or the date of expiration

I moved into this home on April 2014. The home was built in 2007-2008. I had a false alarm triggered by 1 of the 6 detectors featured here - yesterday. A friend of mine who is also a FF suggested that I simply replace the device instead of cleaning/vacuuming it. However, the date on the back of the detector reads, "2013 Nov 05". I would be surprised if the previous owner changed all the detectors last fall but if it is this new I am hesitant to have to replace this hardwired device as false alarms to happen for a number of reasons. Any feedback is appreciated.
Asked by: kpo123
those dates on the back are the manufacture date.
Answered by: Rafael
Date published: 2017-02-12
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Customer Reviews

Hardwire 120-Volt Inter-Connectable Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup (6-Pack) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 501.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect value for interconnected smoke alarms. Battery backup and interconnect features are exce... Perfect value for interconnected smoke alarms. Battery backup and interconnect features are excellent. BE CAREFUL TO MAKE SURE THAT THESE DETECTORS ARE COMPATIBLE WITH ANY PREVIOUS/EXISTING UNITS. Interconnecting non-compatible units can cause damage. For some reason, 2-pack of same unit is not available for sale in my state, so I had to purchase single units for the other sites in my home. Anyhow, easy to install.....replace every 10 years!
Date published: 2017-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very easy to install. Next step would be to make a lower profile model. Little more incognito. Very easy to install. Next step would be to make a lower profile model. Little more incognito.
Date published: 2017-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A little upset that my Firex smoke detectors were discontinued however this along with the Kidde ... A little upset that my Firex smoke detectors were discontinued however this along with the Kidde adaptor made converting very simple. The adapt or converted the wiring to support the upgrade. I am not particularly handy but updating my house- 10 smoke detectors -took less than an hour. Couple of tips: The Kidde plate needs to be used but will line up with the existing screws so just back them off enough to remove the plate The adaptor needs to be squeezed for it to go on the smoke detector -as it can be stiff I suggest putting it on the smoke detector before you climb the ladder
Date published: 2017-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Delivered on time and as expected. I had old Kidde 1275 (circa 2000) and these were an exact repl... Delivered on time and as expected. I had old Kidde 1275 (circa 2000) and these were an exact replacement. The manufactured date was April 2017 (2 months old). Perfect! These, in my case, can replace the old 1275 model using existing wiring and already mounted brackets. See attached photo. Everything matches exactly. Replaced all 6 of mine in under 10 minutes. If you need to replace older 1275s, you have found your perfect solution with this model.
Date published: 2017-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I had this kind of detectors already in my home that were getting pretty old. I chose to change o... I had this kind of detectors already in my home that were getting pretty old. I chose to change out the base and smoke detectors as mine were yellowing. The plug in was the same so it only took me about an hour to do six. The price was great and received product fast in good order.
Date published: 2017-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Installs in about 10 mins each, looks nice, replaced old firex easily. No issues, great price, d... Installs in about 10 mins each, looks nice, replaced old firex easily. No issues, great price, definitely a great buy.
Date published: 2017-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect replacement for my 17 year old units. Fast shipping and decent price. Perfect replacement for my 17 year old units. Fast shipping and decent price.
Date published: 2017-12-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from If you need 6 smoke alarms this is a good cost/item deal. easy to install, they didn't exactly fi... If you need 6 smoke alarms this is a good cost/item deal. easy to install, they didn't exactly fit the same wiring or connector as my old units but were easy enough to change out. The only real downside to these units is that the battery cover is on the back side of the unit. You have to twist out the unit from the ceiling and remove the wires when replacing the battery. If that's not a problem for you then I would recommend them. My picture shows the backside of the alarm so that you can see the battery compartment.
Date published: 2016-12-21
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