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The Kidde Wireless AC Powered Smoke Alarm makes it easy to expand the coverage of a current interconnected system. Simply replace 1 interconnected smoke alarm with the Kidde Wireless AC powered alarm. Kidde Wireless Battery Powered Smoke Alarms can be installed in additional rooms that need extra protection. This AC powered alarm bridges a home's current interconnected system to the newly installed alarms, so that when 1 alarm is triggered, all alarms will sound.
Smoke detector requires hardwire installation
9-Volt battery backup provides protection during power outages
10-year limited warranty
Alarm can also interconnect with RF-SM-DC (sold separately) via radio frequency, providing an interconnected system without the inconvenience of rewiring your home
When one interconnected unit sounds, it will trigger all other interconnected alarms, giving families more time to escape
Only 1 RF-SM-ACDC unit is required per interconnected system, do not install more than 1 RF-SM-ACDC in any 1 system to avoid nuisance alarms
Smart touch button temporarily silences nuisance alarms, low battery chirps and tests the operation of the unit and interconnected units
Unit also includes a low battery warning utilizing a brief alarm chirp every 30-secounds to 40-seconds for a minimum of 7-days
Ionization sensor may detect invisible fire particles (associated with flaming fires) sooner than photoelectric alarms
Interconnect is not required, this alarm also functions as a stand-alone smoke detector
Check with your state and local fire and building/safety codes for specific information regarding smoke and carbon monoxide alarms
Smoke detector utilizes an ionization sensor to detect fire hazards and sounds an 85 db alarm when a hazard is detected
UL/CSFM reference Kidde part RF-SM-ACDC
*Check with your state and local fire and Building/Safety codes for specific information regarding smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarms.