FIrst Alert Smoke Carbon Monoxide Alarm

This is the best alarm on the market
having all these FEATURES:

Wireless, photoelectric smoke and  electro-
chemical carbon monoxide (CO) alarms, a
horn and voice alarm giving a clear indication
of what the danger is, smoke 
or carbon monoxide and where the danger is, indicating
of 11 programmed locations.


 Wireless Enabled – Battery operated combo smoke & CO alarm

2-AA, 1.5V Batteries – Once unit begins “chirping”, replace batteries
Battery EZ Access Door – Making removal and replacement easy
Interconnected  –  Up to 16 alarms, same brand & #, creates network
Radio Interconnect  –  Reliable/secure communication between units
Voice Alarm – Program with 11 locations, telling where the danger is
Horn Tone – Spread spectrum, solid state rated at 85db at 10 feet
Photoelectric Technology – Tested 100% best over ionization tech
Optipath 360 Technology – Providing 360 access of smoke to sensor
Size & Weight  –  Circular 5″ X 5″ X 2.0″; 8.4 ounces
Compliant With – All US State and local building codes
End of Life  –  Audible alarm notice, at 10 year limit, to be replaced
Warranty – 7-yr limited warranty from date of purchase, keep receipt 

                 With Editor Keith’s OBSERVATIONS

        From Customers’ Reviews Across the Web    –    83% Positive

>  Kids now wake up to a new voice alarm, before they slept on . . .
>  Great multi-location voice indicator plus the danger on hand.
>  These alarms are a “must have” for family security and safety.
>  No chance to sleep thru alarms—all sounding very LOUD.
>  Interconnected alarms, easy set up; “smoke in the basement.”
>  They work with no wires—Awesome!  It’s a DIY dream.
>  Works great in a very large 5,500 square foot home.
>  Wireless connectivity with voice and location are amazing!
>  Correct programming took me less than a minute per unit. 
>  We have an older, large 2 story country home, we love this device!
>  Just what we were looking for—peace of mind is worth the cost.

Echo & Alexa
are not needed with this Voice Alarm, built-in danger and location system. 





1  –  It is a product of incomplete combustion of burning fossil fuels like, coal, charcoal, oil, gasoline, kerosene, natural and propane gas—all producing carbon monoxide (CO);

2  –  It is a fossil fuel-burning furnace, space heater, boiler, water heater, clothes dryer, fireplace, wood stove, grill, generator, motorcycle and automobile—malfunctioning;

3  –  It is all synthetic polymer products used in building your home, inside and outside; furnishing your home; or products you wear or use kept inside your home—burning when your home is on fire;

4  –  It is a colorless, odorless and tasteless, invisible and extremely toxic gas.  It can result in a headache, dizziness, weakness, vomiting, chest pain, confusion, unconsciousness, and ultimately DEATH. 

Here are some Common Synthetic Polymers: 

1  –  More than 20 different types of plastics—here are 8  –  acrylic, nylon, polystyrene, polyurethane, silicone, viscose rayon, polystyrene, polypropylene; 

2  –  More than 32 different commercial names—here are 8  –  Orlon, acrylic, Dacron, Plexiglass, Teflon, Naugahyde, Saran Wrap, Styrofoam;     

3  –  More than 60 different uses around the home—here are 14  –  toys, clothing, carpets, rubber products, drapes, faux wood products (trim, ceilings, flooring, etc.), sofa/chair cushions, acrylic paint, polyurethane varnish, lubricants, foam cups/packaging, video disks, faux glass.

In the 1960’s, before synthetic polymers existed in a home,
it would take about 30 minutes for a home fire (flashover) to take over a room.

In 2019—it can take less than 3 minutes before flashover. 

In this mix—including many other deadly gases and heat up to 1,400 degrees,
carbon monoxide is the most dangerous of the gases.

All of this together is making flashover time, escape time, collapse time and then on to death—much shorter 

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