Red LED flashes until reset for quick, clear identification of initiating smoke alarm in interconnected system * Visible low battery indicator helps locate chirping unit * Front loading battery door makes battery changing simple, power link tab makes installation faster * False alarm control quiets unwanted alarms for up to 8 minutes * Interconnects with other compatible Firex smoke alarms and heat alarms
We moved into a house that was built back in 1985. Along with a multitude of other little fixes and updates that needed doing, I noticed that the upstairs smoke detector was looking a little loose on the ceiling. Upon giving it a twist, the bracket broke, and the detector subsequently hung in a jaunty, festive way from just the wires. And I noticed that this was the ORIGINAL smoke detector, dated from 1985. Okay, there's another thing needing replaced.Installation was a breeze - cut the power, pull the ..
If you're looking to replace existing FireX detectors, I'd buy the i4618 detector in the Item 21007582 pack vice the 21007581 pack because it comes with the FireX to Kidde adapter KA-F. This makes your replacement a simple install and you don't have to disconnect any wires.All in all the "hush" button and easy install make this a thumbs up from me.
My home was built in 2001, and it was equipped with Firex 120-1072B units in each room wired for interconnectivity. One of my units began to sound randomly even when there was no fire. I tried changing the battery, but I still had the same results. So after searching online, I found that the Kidde i4618 is the current replacement model.After purchasing the model, I was hoping that I could use an adapter between the wiring in my Firex unit and the Kidde. However, I found that I was mistaken in what I tho..