USI Universal Security Instruments Battery Operated Ionization Smoke and Fire Alarm Detectors (6-Pack)

Item # 470070 | USI Part # SS-770-6CC | UPC Code 042741770064 | UNSPSC Code 46191501
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Product Overview

Universal Security Instruments SS-770-6CC Battery-Operated Ionization Smoke and Fire Alarms respond quickly to fast-flaming fires to protect your family against deadly threats in the home. These alarms come in a bulk pack of (6) and are operated by 9-volt batteries (included), all suitable for installation in houses, apartments, dormitory rooms and mobile homes. Fast and easy to install with no wiring required, the SS-770-6CC alarms feature audible low battery indicators and alarm/power test buttons to ensure that the devices are functioning properly. All hardware is included to mount the round and flat plates. These plates simplify installation. These smoke and fire alarms are UL Listed and Federal Housing Authority (FHA) approved to exceed industry standards. For maximum protection, install an alarm inside every bedroom, outside every sleeping area and on all levels of the dwelling. Universal Security Instruments SS-770-6CC Battery-Operated Ionization Smoke and Fire Alarms come with a 5-year limited warranty.

  • Ionization smoke and fire alarm
  • Bulk 6-pack
  • 9-Volt battery operated
  • Loud 85 dB alarm
  • Continued use after power outage
  • Test/silence button
  • Low battery indicator
  • Swift installation process
  • No additional wiring required
  • Listed to UL217 standard
  • 5-year limited warranty


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