|Item Weight||11 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 7 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||ZCOMBO|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Holes||1|
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First Alert 2-in-1 Z-Wave Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Alarm
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- Z-wave compatible smoke and carbon monoxide alarm. First Alert Z-Wave Detector - NOT WINK compatible
- Wireless connection to z-wave hub (not included)
- Reliable electrochemical co and photoelectric smoke sensors
- Features single button test/Silence and side-access battery drawer
- Meets UL standards and backed by 7 year limited warranty
- Certified for use with Nexia Home Intelligence or other Z-Wave systems
- Combination Smoke and Carbon Monoxide protection that alerts you whether you are home or away
- Photoelectric smoke sensor helps reduce false alarms such as from cooking or shower steam
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 8 x 2.5 in||6.75 x 8.25 x 2.5 in||5 x 5 x 2 in||7 x 8.25 x 2.5 in||5 x 5 x 2 in||1.5 x 5.3 x 5.3 in|
The First Alert ZCOMBO-G is a z-wave protocol smoke and carbon monoxide combination alarm. This battery operated alarm will operate with 3Rd party, certified z-wave Devices enabled with the First Alert protocol and the basic Command class required by all z-wave Devices. By the requirements of the device class Spec, this Command class does not have to be mapped to any particular functionality for this device. The alarm supports one association group with up to 1 node, and sends its alarms to that group. Note: this alarm is not compatible with onelink.
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(1) Exclude the Smoke Detector
To do this in the SmartThings mobile app:
* Tap the More menu
* Tap the Settings (gear) icon
* Scroll down tot the 'Hubs" seciont, Tap the Hub >
* Tap Z-Wave Utilities >
* Tap General Device Exclusion
When prompted, do the following on the smoke detector:
* Slide out the smoke detector’s battery tray
* Remove and re-insert the batteries (checking the correct orientation)
* Press and hold the detector’s test button while re-inserting the battery tray
* Wait for the smoke detector to beep (about 2 seconds)
* Release the button
(2) Now you can add the smoke detector your SmartThings hub
Start in the SmartThings Mobile App:
* Tap My Home
* Under Things, tap Add a Thing at the bottom of your Things list
* The app will say Looking for devices…
While the Hub searches, press and hold the detector’s test button as you slide the battery tray back into the device
* Wait about 2 seconds for the smoke detector to beep, and then release the button. The smoke detector will then beep again
* When the device is discovered, it will be listed at the top of the screen
* Tap the device to rename it and tap Done
* When finished, tap Save
* Tap Ok to confirm
After getting the device set up, I was able to test the integration with the hub by pressing the test button the smoke detector. The event will register under the device at My Home> "Smoke Alarm" > Recently. You will see the event "Was Tested" followed by "Was Cleared". However, if you've set up any automation under the Smart Home Monitor (Ex. send a text when smoke alarm goes off), this will NOT trigger when you press the test button. This would be a nice feature for the manufacturer to add.
Overall, I think this is a good value at ~$45 so I'm still giving it 4-stars.
Twice more now, I've had the alarm go off, 2-3 sirens then stops. Or goes off and I have to shut it off. I have other CO2 detectors and they detect nothing. No smoke. I have 2 different units doing it now. If I can't trust them to be accurate, they are worthless.
Hunting around the interwebs to see if I can find an answer. And yes, new batteries in both.
So far so good. Hooked it up to my SmartThings setup.
works well with homeseer 3 on a win 10 machine.
reporting the "heartbeat" regularly and when tested always seem to work.
did not have a "real" alarm yet but hopefully it works then also.
we have it installed in the garage above the work bench since thats the place where i charge my lithium batteries.
better safe then sorry.
i will buy another one for the hallway.
- Easy installation
- Easy Integration with Smartthings Hub
- Easy to use
- Easy explanations in the manual
- Easy to place on a wall or ceiling (screws are same place with other brands, so all you need replace with existing one, do not require to open new holes in the wall if you have existing detectors)
- It works very efficient and Fast
- I tested with burning couple different objects (paper, plastic, fabric, foam, carpet piece, wood piece) in the toilet, garage and 2 different size of rooms in the house to test the quickness of detection and notification sending speed ( IT DETECTS AND NOTIFIES VERY FAST )
- Works as described
- Quick detection
- Quick notification
- Low battery usage
- Hush button very responsive
- Working even in the attic with high temperature (wont work over 150F as efficient I am assuming)
If you need Z-Wave enabled Combination Photoelectric Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm, here is the best one on the market you can get.
I am a pretty cautious person, I do pay attention a lot for the safety and as a computer engineer with lots of electronics back ground, I do run some extensive tests to the devices when I buy. This device rocks, around of its purpose.