|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.8 x 5.6 x 5.6 inches|
|Item model number||21026043|
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Certification||Certification & Standards - UL Listed, Standard 2034|
|Included Components||Kidde Battery-Operated(Not Hardwired) Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice Warning KN-COSM-BA|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Warranty||5-year limited warranty|
Kidde 21026043 Battery-Operated(Not Hardwired) Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice Warning KN-COSM-BA
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- Voice alarm –Announces the hazard type detected thereby helping to speed up the correct reaction to the hazard detected. Alarm announces “Fire” when a smoke or fire hazard is detected and announces “Warning Carbon Monoxide” when a CO hazard is detected
- Combined carbon monoxide and smoke alarm – A single unit can be installed where previously, two were needed. Reduces installation time and helps to keep home décor attractive.
- Audio alarm: 85 dB at 10 feet. Test/Reset Button and LEDs – Tests alarm circuitry and triggers the voice announcement. Flashing green for normal operation and flashing red for alarm condition. Humidity Range: 10 percent to 95 percent relative humidity non-condensing
- Battery - Provides protection even during power outages when many fire and carbon monoxide incidents occur. The unit warns of a low battery condition by announcing “low battery” and by initiating an alarm chirp and activating a flashing red LED. The battery door will not close unless the batteries are properly installed. Note: The date printed on the item is manufacturing date, not the expiration date. Refer to the PDF attached below in technical specification for manual.
- Voice announcements - Hush Feature temporarily silences nuisance alarms with “Hush Mode Activated” and “Hush Mode Cancelled” voice announcement. If the alarm had detected a CO level of 100ppm or higher, the unit will announce “Carbon Monoxide Previously Detected” to warn of the CO incident, when the test/ reset button is pressed. Temperature range: 40˚F (4.4˚C) to 100˚F (37.8˚C). Voltage (volts):4.5
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Easy Access Front-loading Battery Door
Easily replace the 2 AA batteries without disconnecting from mounting bracket. This alarm model also includes a safety feature in the battery safeguard – The battery door will not close unless the batteries are properly installed.
Giving You Peace Of Mind
There’s nothing more important than keeping your family and home safe, and when fires are a very common type of emergency a homeowner can face, you want to be prepared. The Kidde KN-COSM-BA combination Fire Detector and Carbon Monoxide Detector pairs two life saving devices into one unit. It uses an ionization sensor and electrochemical sensor to monitor your home for potential hazards, so you will always feel safe and confident.
Voice alarms along with chirps indicate the hazard that has been detected for fast response. Alarms include:
> Fire: The red LED will flash along with three long beeps, followed by the message “Fire!”
> Carbon Monoxide: Four short beeps followed by the message “Warning! Carbon Monoxide!”
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Kidde 21026043 Battery-Operated (Not Hardwired) Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice Warning KN-COSM-BA. Interconnects - No.
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The alarm is upstairs high on the ceiling near the top of the stairs. I was watching TV downstairs and first I heard the beeping, I turned down the TV volume and clearly heard the voice warning for Carbon Monoxide.
The fire department said I was lucky. They said I should have a detector on all levels. Carbon Monoxide stays low to the ground where as smoke goes up. By the time the Carbon Monoxide got upstairs to trigger the alarm there was already a major build up of the poison gas downstairs.
This morning the plumber is on his way over to figure out where the gas came from. I just order two more Kidde detectors, just like the one that saved me last night.
Still have not heard from them nor been able to get through on their "urgent" line. Incredibly poor customer service in addition to a defective unit.