Get the dual protection of a combined photoelectric and ionization smoke detector.
Detects smoke from both smoldering fires and fast-burning fires.
This is the type of smoke alarm that fire safety experts recommend that every home should have.
Dual Photoelectric and Ionized Alarm
There are two types of smoke detectors.
There are photoelectric smoke detectors. These are best for detecting some form smoldering fires.
There are ionization smoke detectors. These are best for detecting smoke from fast-burning fires.
The US Fire Administration recommends that you have both types of smoke alarms installed in your home.
With the First Alert Photoelectric and Ionization Smoke Detector, you don’t need to have two smoke detectors in every room.
This is a dual sensor smoke alarm. It has both types of smoke detectors in one smoke alarm.
First Alert Photoelectric and Ionization Smoke Detector is an interconnectable smoke alarm. If one alarm detects smoke, all the alarms will sound.
Interconnected smoke alarms are ideal for homes on more than one level. They provide a much higher degree of safety for everyone in the home.
Hard Wired with Battery Backup
First Alert Photoelectric and Ionization Smoke Alarm is hard wired smoke alarm. It has battery backup in case of a power outage.
First Alert Smoke Photoelectric and Ionization Detector
First Alert Photoelectric and Ionization Smoke Alarm ticks all the fire safety boxes. It has all the features that the experts recommend for a smoke detector.
The dual sensors will alert you the presence of smoldering and fast-burning fires.
Interconnecting the alarms ensures that everyone in the home hears the alarm if it goes off.
The First Alert Smoke Photoelectric and Ionization Alarm provides comprehensive fire safety throughout the home.
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First Alert Dual Photoelectric and Ionization Alarm – Summary:
- Hardwired alarm includes battery backup for power outages
- Photoelectric and ionization sensors provide comprehensive fire detection
- A single button makes alarm easy to test monthly or silence during a false alarm. Temperature Range:40°F (4°C) to 100°F (38°C)
- Two latching features help indicate a low battery or the originating alarm in a system
Last update on 2020-07-03 Source: Amazon Product Advertising API