IONIZATION SMOKE ALARM Battery Operated Sensor Home Fire Safety Detector 6 PACK
Code One Battery-Operated Ionization Smoke Alarm (6-Pack) whether you are a homeowner or contractor. Installation of these wireless alarms is simple and will help protect occupants of a multi-room dwelling or even 4 small apartments.
- Part #i9040 ionization sensor detects invisible fire particles
- Horn rated at 85 dB at 10 ft. sounds to alert occupants in the event of a fire hazard
- Test button for verifying that detection electronics are working as intended
- Low-battery indicator chirps when battery power is low
- Powered by a 9-Volt battery for continuous protection, even during power outages
- UL listed
- For commercial or residential use
- Code One is easily installed and includes a test button to verify the detection electronics are working as intended and a low battery indicator that chirps to alert you to change the battery
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