Smoke Detectors

Which Smoke Detector is Best for You?

Click the colored icons contained in the home diagram below to determine the best product for your needs.

Product

Description

Battery Operated Detector/Alarm
Ionization Smoke Alarm
Ionization Smoke & Carbon
Monoxide Alarm
Photoelectric Smoke Alarm
Hardwire Detector/Alarm
Ionization Smoke Alarm
Photoelectric Smoke Alarm
Ionization Smoke Alarm
Photoelectric Smoke Alarm
Relay Module
Heat Detector
Strobe Light
Relay Module
Ionization Combination Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Dual Sensor Detector/Alarm
Includes Photoelectric & Ionization Sensors
Dual Sensor Battery Operated
Dual Sensor Hardwire

 

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0916E Ionization Smoke Alarm 0916E Ionization Smoke Alarm PE9E Photoelectric Smoke Alarm 0916E Ionization Smoke Alarm 900010202 Carbon Monoxide Alarm HD135F Heat Detector 900010202 Carbon Monoxide Alarm 0916E Ionization Smoke Alarm SL177I Stobe Light HD135F Heat Detector SL177I Stobe Light 0916E Ionization Smoke Alarm 900010202 Carbon Monoxide Alarm CO120X Relay Module PE9E Photoelectric Smoke Alarm


For best protection, Kidde recommends installing both ionization and photoelectric smoke alarms.

  • Ionization smoke detectors respond first to fast flaming fires. A flaming fire devours combustibles extremely fast, spreads rapidly and generates considerable heat with little smoke. Ionization smoke alarms are best suited for rooms which contain highly combustible material.
     
  • Photoelectric smoke detectors respond first to slow smoldering fires. A smoldering fire generates large amounts of thick, black smoke with little heat and may smolder for hours before bursting into flames. Photoelectric smoke alarms are best suited for living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens. This is because these rooms often contain large pieces of furniture, such as sofas, chairs, mattresses, counter tops, etc. which will burn slowly and create more smoldering smoke than flames. Photoelectric smoke alarms are also less prone to nuisance alarms in the kitchen area than ionization smoke alarms.

To interconnect alarms throughout the home, simply hardwire all alarms into a single circuit.

Battery (DC) Powered Smoke Alarms
Kidde battery operated smoke alarms require no wiring and include all batteries necessary for operation, and are suitable for installation on walls or ceilings. Different models are designed with features for specific areas of the home.

Wire-in (120V AC) Powered Smoke Alarms
Kidde offers a full range of 120V AC wire-in life safety products with interconnect capability to provide the most immediate and complete system available. When any one interconnected alarm is triggered by smoke or heat, all interconnected alarms within the home sound an immediate warning.

Dual Sensor Detector/Alarms
Kidde offers smoke alarms that combines both photoelectric and an ionization sensors in a single alarm, providing the best overall protection.

Carbon Monoxide Alarm
A combination smoke alarm and carbon monoxide alarm is available in a battery operated model (900010202) and a hardwire model (9000114E).

Ionization Smoke Alarm / Battery Operated
Code: 0916E
Price: $7.39
 
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Ionization Smoke Alarm / Hardwire
Code: 1275E
Price: $9.99
 
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Ionization Smoke Alarm / Hardwire
Code: 1276E
Price: $10.99
 
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Ionization Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm / Battery Operated
Code: 900010202
Price: $38.93
 
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Relay Module / Hardwire
Code: CO120X
Price: $25.75
 
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Heat Detector / Hardwire
Code: HD135F
Price: $20.13
 
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Photoelectric Smoke Alarm / Battery Operated
Code: PE9E
Price: $19.99
 
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Strobe Light / Hardwire
Code: SL177I
Price: $63.47
 
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Relay Module / Hardwire
Code: SM120X
Price: $29.44
 
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Ionization Combination Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm / Hardwire
Code: 9000114E
Price: $52.43
 
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