Back in April 2017, Honeywell released the first wireless smoke and carbon monoxide detector ever, called the 5800Combo. Read more to find out all about what this device can do to protect you and your family. Also, don’t forget to check out the extra special...
The first wireless combination smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector is now here. Introducing the ADT Wireless Combination Smoke Carbon Monoxide Detector. It's compatible with TS Panels, Safewatch Pro 3000 panels, and also the Quickconnect Panels.
The DSC NEO Wireless Smoke and Heat Detector is a fully supervised Wireless PowerG photoelectric smoke and heat detector. This heat detector reliably provides early warning of fire by sounding an alarm when it detects smoke and by transmitting a coded alarm signal to the alarm system. In addition, the detector monitors for a high temperature heat condition and provides an alert upon exceeding the fixed temperature of 60°C (140°F).
The Hardwired 4-wire Smoke and Heat Detector with Siren is a great all-in-one detector for your home. Additionally, it installs quickly and easily. Point identification and maintenance alert capabilities also make it easy to identify the detector in alarm and simplify service and maintenance.
The Hardwired 4-wire Smoke and Heat Detector is also available.
The Hardwired 4-wire Smoke and Heat Detector is a great dual detector that helps you protect your home from most fire dangers. Additionally, it's very easy to install, test, and maintain.
But if this isn't what you're looking for, please take a look at our other smoke detectors.
The Hardwired 2-wire Smoke and Heat Detector with Siren is a great all-in-one detector that works to keep your home safe from fire as well as freezing dangers.
The detector also features a restorable, built-in, fixed temperature (135°F) thermal detector and can sense a freeze condition if the temperature is below 41°F.
The Hardwired 2-wire Smoke and Heat Detector represents significant advancement in conventional smoke detection. This detector features installation ease, intelligence, and also instant inspection.
The Hardwired 2-wire Smoke and Heat Detector with Siren is also available. But if this isn't what you're looking for, please take a look at our other smoke detectors.
The 2GIG Smoke Heat and Temp Detector with built-in transmitter is designed for use with the 2GIG alarm system. When it detects smoke, the alarm sounds a loud local alarm. Then, twenty seconds after the local alarm sounds, the built-in transmitter sends a digitally coded wireless signal to the control panel. Additionally, the wireless signal will be repeated every 20 seconds as long as smoke is still present.
In addition to a smoke detector, the unit contains an integrated fixed 135 degree temperature and rate-of-rise heat sensor that will send an alarm signal based on temperature detected. So you can have protection against both smoke and heat.
But if this isn't quite what you're looking for, please take a look at our other smoke detectors.
The Firefighter Smoke Alarm Detector by Encore Controls is the easiest, most cost-effective way to add fire alarm monitoring to your 2GIG, or Interlogix (319) wireless panel. It is also compatible with Honeywell (345) Systems. (Most ADT installs are Honeywell, but some are also GE Concord and Simons. Some are also DSC, and there is currently not a DSC compatible Firefighter.)
The FireFighter’s™ unique technology monitors the existing UL smoke detectors within the home. When it detects an alarm, it sends a wireless signal to the control panel. The panel then contacts the central monitoring station.
The DSC Wireless Smoke and Heat Detector is compatible with the DSC Impassa and most other DSC systems that have wireless ability. It's also ideal for residential or commercial buildings where running a wire would be difficult.
This detector is wireless, which makes the install process easy and it also only requires a screwdriver to install. It also provides a constant level of sensitivity performance for extended operation. Additionally, as dust accumulates in a detector, it adjusts to maintain the original factory-set sensitivity. This minimizes the potential for false alarms. Additionally, if the detector reaches its limit of compensation, it will indicate a trouble condition before the sensitivity increases. This also helps prevent false alarms.