Kidde Battery Operated Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Combination Detector with Voice Alarm and Ionization Sensor - KN-COSM-B / KN-COSM-BA
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The best thing about this unit is that combines two safety devices in a single unit: a smoke alarm and a carbon monoxide detector.
It also comes with a voice alarm that will alert you and your family in the event of a fire. With this unit, you can rest assured that your family can respond quickly when hazards are present.
The folks over a Kidde have been developing fire detection tech since 1917. They know what they’re doing.
It’s your job as a responsible homeowner to take the necessary precautions against fire hazards. It’ll be a piece of cake with this smoke alarm.
It’s very easy to install and has a ton of features you can count on. Plus, it’s a small price to pay for safety. After all, that should be at the top of your priorities.
These are the features of this model:
- Ionization sensor
This is how this model detects an increase in carbon monoxide in the air. It’s essentially a very small amount of radioactive material sandwiched between two electrically charged plates. These components will create ionized air around the device. Now, a fire would typically lead to more carbon monoxide in the air. This will disturb the ionized air around the device and trigger the alarm.
- Voice alarm
Instead of a blaring noise that would cause a lot of panic, this model has a voice alarm that announces any type of hazard detected. It will say, “Fire!” when there is a smoke hazard and “Warning, carbon monoxide” when CO is in the air.
- Hush feature
This allows the user to temporarily mute the alarm. Really, all a person needs is the notification to correct the hazard.
- Easy installation
This model is very easy to install in all rooms of the house. You really need more smoke alarms than you’d think.
- Photoelectric sensor
This is how this model detects smoldering fires (fires that burn slowly and creates more smoke). It’s very light-sensitive. So when the presence of smoke scatters the light in the alarm’s chamber, this triggers the alarm.
- Low battery warning
Alerts you if the battery needs replacing.
- Test/Reset button
Lets you test if the unit’s circuitry is still in good condition.
- Battery powered
Keeps you protected even during power outages.
- Battery safeguard
You will not be able to close the battery door if the batteries are not installed correctly.
The unit flashes green if it’s working normally and red if it’s in alarm mode.