Convient aux feux de classe B (liquides et gaz) et de classe C (appareils électriques sous tension). L'extincteur blanc pour la maison 468031 est muni d'un manomètre qui permet de voir en un coup d'il la pression réelle. Il est fait d'aluminium léger et d'un robinet en nylon robuste. Les extincteurs cotés BC utilisent des agents qui ne réagissent pas avec les surfaces métalliques évitant ainsi de les endommager et rendant le nettoyage plus facile et moins coûteux.
Avertisseur de monoxyde de carbone à usage générale, Idéale pour protection secondaire, Alimenté à pile est ideal pour installés au mur, hors de la portée des enfants et animaux. Vérifiez le fontinnement en appuyant sur le bouton d'essai pour un test diagnostique
Détecteur de fumée et monoxyde de carbone sans risque avec batterie de secours scellée, 120 VAvertisseur de fumée et monoxyde de carbone à voix sans risque à raccordement direct au 120V avec pile de secours de 10 ans scellé, plus besoin de remplacer la pile pour la vie de l'avertisseur
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Détecteur de fumée et monoxyde de carbone sans risque avec batterie de secours scellée, 120 V est évalué
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MPowRU Electrical par
The best non-wifi unit on the market IMOThese units are easy to install(please read and follow the instructions) and have been performing very well in my home and the many homes that I have installed them in. Kidde does stand behind there product. If it starts chirping for reasons other than a fault diagnosed via the instructions that you can remedy, call up Kidde and they will replace it. Unfortunately the folks that are having problems with the install are just not following the directions properly. As a Master Electrician having installed many of these units, I find them to be the best non-wifi unit on the market. PLEASE NOTE - You should not mix brands of devices or even models of the same brand unless you call the manufacturer and confirm they are compatible. Please connect this to 120v. The battery is only for back-up. Read and keep the instructions. You should do things like clean and test them as per manufacturer instructions. If you are having problems with them call the manufacturer or a professional Electrician!;')
Date de publication: 2019-03-09
Rated 5 de
SUPER EASY TO SWITCH OUT THE OLD ONEThankfully manufacturers keep their core line based on a common chassis - my previous KIDDE alarm time expired; it was basically unplug the old one, plug in the new one, twist lock it in place, test it and leave it to work.
Date de publication: 2018-12-13
Rated 2 de
Cannot turn off the false alarmI bought the unit 4 years ago. The unit was supposed to work for 10 years. It starts a false alarm after a power outage at my home. I cannot stop the loud noise, and had to take it down and check the whole unit. Only one place at back can turn off the alarm, and the turning off is permanent. 10-years worry free? don't believe it.
Date de publication: 2018-12-05
Rated 5 de
Cool Cruiser par
Works great! Easy to installInstalled this quickly and didn’t have any difficulties. This product linked with my existing hard-wired Kiddie alarms.
Date de publication: 2018-01-30
Rated 4 de
Great CombinationThis is perfect, especially if you already have a hard wired smoke detector, simply replace it with this two in one CO2 and Smoke Alarm Combined.
Date de publication: 2018-01-25
Rated 1 de
lived 1y of 10y life. No way to reset malfunctionThis expensive device is meant to last 10years, however after a routine test (pushing the button on the front) it started to chirp every 30s. There's no power reset feature, thus the only way to stop the chirp is to use the permanent turn off switch.
Date de publication: 2018-01-10
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Just purchasedI have just purchased two of these and installed one of them; I will return the other one. I decided to keep one to see how it works. However, I already have a few complaints:
a) The label does not say anything about the bracket type, or options to hook the unit up to the 120 V household electricity. If I had known that it runs on battery only then I probably would not have chosen it. Besides, the Homedepot associate who assisted me with the purchase was positive that the battery is just for backup power.
b) After unpacking the item I found out that it's single-use. Seriously, for $60? Or maybe not. There is a "Turn off" switch in the back with a warning that reads "permanently". I expected to be able to turn it off, if it starts beeping, then turn it back on later. The Hush button, which seems to be the same as the Test button, supposedly allows the user to "silence" the unit for about 9 minutes. Can't test that, though, because I am afraid that I might have to disable the unit permanently if it really goes off.
c) I ran the startup test, as per instructions. Apparently, all went well and the unit should now be acrtive. But there is a LED on the front that stays off. I expected it to light up green. I mean, all other smoke/CO detectors in my house have a front LED that goes green when in standby; this one doesn't. The information on the front reads "GREEN - STANDBY", so it should be green. Is the device activated and in standby mode? It's very confusing.
d) A comment from the manufacturer posted for a similar product, also sold at Homedepot, indicates not to install such a detector in the furnace room or in the basement, unless it's a large room. Doesn't this defeat the purpose of a smoke/CO detector? I think that most furnaces are located in house basements. In my case, although there is a physical separator placed around the furnace, it's not airtight. Ocassionaly, people sleep in my basement; this is the reason why I want to install a CO detector there. Should I or should I not?
Date de publication: 2018-01-06
Rated 4 de
Two in OneIt is great to have both CO2 and Smoke Alarm in one unit, easy to install. Works great.