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    Kidde Avertisseur de fumée aud 120V à pile secours avec compartiment avant - paquez de deux

    Modèle nº 21008478|Nº UGS 1000724204

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    Modèle # 21008478 Internet # 1000724204

    Idéal pour contracteur- ensemble de 2 averitsseur à raccordement au 120V avec Pile de Secours porte avant

    1. Raccordement direct de 120V CA
    1. Pile de 9Volt incluse pour installation facile aucun câblage requie
    1. Compartiment à pile situé à l'avant - cahngez la pile sans avoir à retirer l'avertisseur
    1. Bouton Hush (arrêt d'alarme - Rduit rapidement les fausses alarmes au silence - s'avère utile lors de fausses alarmes causées par la cuisson,, la vapeur, etc.
    1. Bouton d'essai - analyse la circuiteries et vérifie le fonctionnement de l'avertisseur
    1. Technologie ionique - sensible aux incendies spontanés et autres feux.

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    Dimensions

    Hauteur assemblé
    5.75
    Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
    10
    Largeur assemblée
    5.75
    Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
    10.5
    Poids assemblé
    0.52
    Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
    1.32
    Profondeur assemblé
    1.75
    Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
    3

    Détails

    Fonction darrêt des fausses alertes
    Oui
    Matériau externe
    Plastique
    Pays d'origine
    CN-China
    Pile de secours
    Oui
    Type dalimentation
    À pile
    Type de produit
    10x25x1

    Garanties et certifications

    5 ans - téléphoner au 1-800-880-6788
    Avertisseur de fumée aud 120V à pile secours avec compartiment avant - paquez de deuxPhoto of productIdéal pour contracteur- ensemble de 2 averitsseur à raccordement au 120V avec Pile de Secours porte avant
    Kidde
    1000724204
    CAD52.97
    The Home Depot Canada
    Avertisseur de fumée aud 120V à pile secours avec compartiment avant - paquez de deux est évalué 2.5 de 5 de 2.
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    Rated 1 de 5 de par Battery feature is dumb and unit failed quickly Despite the main claim that the battery is easy to change because it is on the front of the unit, there is an extra spring catch that make it nearly impossible to remove the battery without having three hands! Certainly it is impossible to remove the battery when at the ceiling. I bought the two-pack and one of the alarms failed within the first few weeks (simply keeps going off).
    Date de publication: 2016-11-20
    Rated 4 de 5 de par Connected alarms are a good choice I'm hard of hearing, as is my mother. We both use hearing aids for conversation. She had a fire at her home recently but it was in an area far away from her bedroom. There was a non connected smoke detector that was triggered but she could not hear it. Luckily one of the home-stay students staying with her knew she could not hear well and went into her bedroom and woke her up. Also lucky that the fire department put that fire out with only smoke damage to the house but even that would have been bad for her if she had been there long enough to wake up coughing from the toxic smoke. In our new house we have extended family living in a basement in-law suit and just having experienced my mothers problem with not hearing a far away alarm I really wanted a connected system. Kidde has a wireless system also available at Home Depot and I would have used that except it is more expensive and the house was already hard wired on the same circuit for AC power to the existing smoke alarms. So no need of an electrician, just a unit upgrade. I think if my hearing was any worse I would use the wireless models so I could have a connected unit right in my bedroom but we have had kitchen smoke set off the connected alarms and I know I can hear the model on my floor loud enough to wake me up. The only reason I am not giving this a 5 star rating is because of a quirk that i was eventually able to resolve. After 1 year they started chirping and no matter what I did it would not shut up! I followed the manual and changed the battery with the exact Duracell MN1604 model recommended in the manual, tested the batteries with my multimeter, cleaned the device with compressed air, all to no avail. I wish Kidde had the reset instructions in the manual for the i12060CA, they don't. I followed the suggestion on a forum of resetting it by unplugging AC and removing the battery and then holding down the TEST button for 1 minute. Someone on another forum had suggested 15 seconds but that was not enough. For good measure the second time around I left it disconnected for 10 minutes before popping the battery back in and then reconnecting to AC and testing with the TEST button. Chirping has stopped! Testing has passed and indicator lights are properly indicating solid GREEN for AC power connection and intermittent short RED flash for active unit, with no chirping. When holding down the TEST button for 1 minute while disconnected it sounds like you are killing a small helpless electronic animal. I assume we are using the test feature and speaker to drain the remaining charge stored in the capacitors on the circuit board. This is why I also left it for a couple of minutes before hooking up, just to be sure. Also note there seems to be some indication in forums that it matters what order the AC and battery power are connected. Not sure if this is just a myth but suggestion was to connect battery first and then AC. Seems odd since the device was designed to change the battery while still connected to AC but I followed that process as well as the reset so I'm mentioning it here. Please note that this was not a process recommended by Kidde support, but rather found in online forum posts made by other non certified humans, so use at your own risk and discretion.
    Date de publication: 2015-10-22
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    Looking for a smoke detector that I can use in my garage (attached to the hous) but can sound in the house so we are warned of a fire in the garage

    Posée par: jimrie
    Smoke and / or CO alarms should never be installed in garages and attics. Those areas will cause damage to alarms as well as hinder their ability to function. Aside from the temperature extremes of those areas, chemicals, dusts and insects will also cause issues to your alarms rendering them useless. Those areas only need a heat detector that will interconnect to your alarms in the house. For Kidde alarms, the heat detector HD135F will connect directly and it has a battery back up. It is a special order item or you can try electrical wholesalers.
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2017-10-30

    how and where do i get access to change the battery model i120105ca

    Posée par: Anonyme
    This alarm has a 10 year sealed lithium battery that cannot be accessed or changed. If the unit is chirping, make sure the battery is activated (by putting the unit onto the mounting bracket). If you have further questions, Call Kidde Help line at 1-800-880-6788
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2015-04-25

    I have a chirping alarm and it is driving me crazy???????????

    Why is my Front Load Smoke Alarm chirping approximately every 10 hours or so? It will continue to chirp until I push the Hush button with a broom? I replaced the battery a few days ago and it is still going off?? It is about 4 years old, and only the one upstairs is going off???? It is exasperating to say the least and I want to know how to stop it!!!!
    Posée par: Anonyme
    After making sure the back-up battery is new (use Energizer brand &ndash; current Duracell and other brands may not be powerful enough - view the &quot;resetting the alarm section), verify how your alarm is chirping or sounding by referring to the following: &bull; Consistently at regular time intervals: Multiple things will cause your alarm to sound in a consistent intermittent manner. - Sudden releases of Heat (i.e. burnt toast, cooking, shower) &bull; Randomly without a regular pattern (continue with article) If your alarm is chirping or sounding randomly, change the battery to see if it fixes the problem. If the random chirping continues, refer to the following paragraphs for possible causes and solutions to the problem: Smoke Alarm Sensing Chamber May be Dirty Environmental Conditions Resetting the Alarm Electrical Condition Alarm Needs to be Replaced ________________________________________ Smoke Alarm Sensing Chamber May be Dirty NOTE: Dust and insects can collect in the sensing chamber of the alarm. An accumulation of dust in the sensing chamber can cause the unit to chirp. It is good practice to clean the smoke alarm when you change the battery. Static electricity from the ac quick connector attracts dust and can cause false alarms. To clean your smoke alarm, perform the following steps: 1. a) On ceiling mounted units, remove your alarm from the mounting bracket. b) For plug-in units, simply remove it from the wall receptacle. 2. Clean the interior of your alarm (sensing chamber) by using compressed air or a vacuum cleaner hose and blowing or vacuuming through the openings around the perimeter of the alarm. 3. Clean the outside of the alarm by wiping it down with a damp cloth. 4. After cleaning, reinstall your alarm, verify the green LED is on and test your alarm by using the Test button. (NEVER test an alarm using actual smoke or CO) ________________________________________ Environmental Conditions Refer to the following environmental conditions for possible solutions to an alarm&rsquo;s random chirping: &bull; Humidity, steam and condensation Causes of condensation are: o Extreme or rapid temperatures changes. (as little as 3 degrees Celsius in a few minutes) o High ambient humidity. o Unit being installed in an un-insulated electrical box mounted on a ceiling beneath an attic. If this condition exists you will want to move the alarm or prevent rapid changes using the thermostat/air conditioner. View the correct alarm placement in your user's manual. &bull; Excess airflow o Check to see if there is a cooling/heating register, a ceiling fan or an open window within 3 feet of the alarm. If there is, move the alarm away from the source of the increased airflow. &bull; Temperature o Check the temperature of the room. Smoke alarms operate at 4.4 degrees to 35 degrees Celsius. Carbon monoxide alarms operate at 4.4 degrees to 37.8 degrees Celsius. If you have more than one alarm, you can also rotate the alarm to a different location. This will help identify If it is the location of the unit itself. ________________________________________ Resetting the Alarm NOTE: Some current model smoke alarms have a processor that retains certain error conditions, such as a weak battery. The error condition should reset when the battery is replaced but sometimes it does not and must be manually reset to clear the error. To reset and alarm, refer to the following links: Resetting an AC unit with a battery backup Resetting a DC only unit Resetting an AC unit with a battery backup To reset an AC unit with a battery backup, perform the following steps: 1. Turn off the power to the smoke alarm at the circuit breaker. For a plug-in unit, simply disconnect it from the wall and go to step 3. 2. Remove the smoke (and/or CO) alarm from the mounting bracket and disconnect the power. 3. Remove the battery. 4. Press and hold the test button for at least 15 seconds. -The unit may chirp or alarm for a few seconds before going silent. 5. Reconnect the power and reinstall the battery. -The unit will chirp once when the power is restored and should not chirp afterwards. Resetting a DC only unit To reset a DC only unit, perform the following steps: 1. Remove the battery. 2. Press and hold the test button for at least 15 seconds. NOTE: The unit may chirp or alarm for a few seconds before going silent. 3. Reinstall the battery. NOTE: The unit will chirp when the battery is first connected but should not chirp afterwards. ________________________________________ Electrical Condition NOTE: If the AC power to the unit is interrupted, the unit will chirp when the power is restored. This could be caused by power surges. Refer to the following for specific causes related to an electrical condition: &bull; If the chirping seems to occur at about the same time in the evening or morning, it could be due to a surge created when the power company switches electrical grids to meet demand. &bull; Check to see if the chirp (or chirping) occurs when something else in the house is turned on such as an exhaust or attic fan, a heater, etc. If the smoke alarm is connected to a circuit with such a device, the alarm may chirp when the other device is switched on. o If this is the case and the device is plugged into a wall outlet, move it to another outlet on a different circuit. If it is a hardwired device, have an electrician investigate it. NOTE: These conditions can be minimized by installing your alarms on a dedicated circuit in compliance with NFPA requirements. ________________________________________ Alarm Needs to be Replaced If none of these conditions exist and the suggestions don't alleviate the symptom, the alarm should be replaced. Contact Kidde Tech support at 1-800-880-6788.
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2015-10-23

    Firex FXW-R smoke alarm

    Need to replace smoke alarms in house. We were told this model is not available in Canada, what model is compatible? Or do we have to install completely new alarms.,
    Posée par: Anonyme
    Model FXW-R has never been compatible with other models, including from the same manufacturer (FireX) as they operate with different voltages. You need to not only install all new alarms (from a single manufacturer) but an electrician has to do it for you. Unfortunately as well, you cannot replace the alarms with battery only models since your house was built with hardwired alarms and the building code requires they be replaced with other hardwired alarms. Have a look at the new alarms that have been coming out in the past year or so as some have gotten smarter (dual sensors that double check the readings of one sensor with the other, 10 CO /combo alarms - no one else has that approval from CSA, etc...). Use photoelectric alarms near the kitchen and inthe bedrooms. ionization smoke alarms (Like the FXW-R) in the corridors and put in combo units so you have full CO detection in your house. If you have further questions, call Kidde at 1-800-565-1976.
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2014-03-14

    can I replace this with an american sensor model.

    Posée par: Anonyme
    You should avoid mixing different brands of alarms. Although some alarms from different manufacturers have managed to work together, they are not designed to work together. Others also operate at different voltages or have a different interconnect message method that could cause irreparable damage to one or all of your alarms. If you need to replace one unit from a specific brand and it does not have a current replacement, you will be safer to change every unit to a single brand. Remember that all this work may require the services of an electician to make sure proper wiring but also that building code requirements are followed. (i.e. if you have a hardwired alarm that came with the house, you MUST replace it with another hardwired alarm. A battery unit, regardless of how good it is, will not be considered up to code which could lead to fines and/or insurance issues)_
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2014-03-25

    if one smoke alarm goes off when hooked up through 120 volts will the other 2 in the house go off

    I have a kidde p1276ca model with direct wire and front loading battery back up Thank you
    Posée par: Anonyme
    Yes, All hardwired Kidde alarms can be interconnected using the red wire (make sure it only connects between alams and nothing else - do not ground it) and if one goes off, all alarms on the network will react. The limit is 18 initiating devices (i.e. that cause an alarm to sound - includes pull stations, etc...). CO alarm will also react to smoke alarms on the network and sound as if they were a smoke alarm. (the reverse is not true, a smoke alarm will not react to a CO alarm sounding).
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2014-03-23

    Is this alarm compatible with the Kidde 1235CA? Can I simply unplug one and plug the other one in?

    Kidde Front Load Smoke Alarm with Hush hardwire with battery backup - TWIN Model: 21008478 | Store SKU: 1000724204
    Posée par: Anonyme
    Yes this alarm will use the same wiring harness. All of Kidde's hardwired alarms use the same harness so there is no need to change the wires. All you need to do in some cases is change the mounting bracket which is but 2 screws to undo and redo with the new bracket.
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2014-03-25

    do you have to wire smoke detectors into house wiring?

    Posée par: Anonyme
    Unfortunately this questions can only be answered with research and inquiries within your province and municipality. Houses built after certain dates must have wired alarms (again, check with your municipal and provincial governmetns) and in some cases, additional ones that were not required when the hosue was originally built. Ultimately, we recommend having at the least one alarm per floor that is hardwired with battery back-up with additional alarms in areas that are usually enclosed seperately like bedrooms (if a fire starts inside a room, it may take too long for the smoek and ehat to reach the alarm through a closed door). Installing a carbon monoxide alarm (CO) within easy hearshot of the bedrooms should also be a personal priority if you don't already have one.
    Répondue par: Kidde Technical Support
    Date de publication: 2016-10-22
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