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Marketed to builders, electrical contractors serving single family, multifamily, hotel/motel, RV and manufactured homes channels. The contractor-friendly product and packaging design sets the professional standard. Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in a home fire by 50% and that's important because a home structure fire was reported every 86-seconds. Whereas carbon monoxide (CO) is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in America, yet many people don't know they are suffering from CO poisoning until itâ€™s too late. Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are like the flu and you might not even know you're in danger. The SC7010BV hardwire alarm comes with 2-in-1 protection to detect CO you can't see, smell or taste in the air, as well as first signs of a potential fire. This alarm works exceptionally well by using photoelectric sensor technology to detect smoldering fires that create a flameless form of combustion. Plus, it comes with a 9-Volt battery backup for power outages and features voice location to help identify where the danger is. This BRK SC7010BV Hardwire Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm is an essential product in protecting those who matter most.
10-year CO sensor/10-year end of life
Voice alarm with programmable location, programmable with up to 11-locations
2 silence features can silence the low-battery chirp for up to 8-hours or temporarily silence an unwanted nuisance alarm
10-year limited warranty
Interconnect with up to 18 alarms, 12 of which can be smoke alarms
Latching alarm indicator remembers which unit initiated an alarm