|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 5.8 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||DC10-500|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Battery Cell Type||NiMh|
|Average Battery Life||87658 hours|
Onelink Wi-Fi Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm, Battery, Apple HomeKit-enabled
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- Wi-Fi Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm is HomeKit-enabled to send notifications to your Apple device (requires iOS 9.0 or later)
- Combination smoke detector/carbon monoxide alarm detects 2 threats
- 10-year sealed battery ensures consistent protection for the lifetime of the alarm
- Can connect with compatible alarms via Bluetooth (additional alarms sold separately)
- Voice alarm can be programmed to announce where and what the threat is
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From the manufacturer
At a Glance:
- Comprehensive photoelectric smoke and electrochemical CO protection
- Sends alerts to connected Apple iOS devices when there is danger in the home
- Alarm audibly announces where there is danger and which type it is
- 10-year battery ensures continuous operation with no battery replacements for the lifetime of the alarm
- Bluetooth mesh allows multiple alarms to communicate and operate simultaneously (additional alarms sold separately)
First Alert Onelink Wi-Fi Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm with 10-Year Battery
Ensure you are alerted to danger no matter where you are with the First Alert Onelink Wi-Fi Photoelectric Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm. This dual carbon monoxide detector and smoke alarm is Wi-Fi connected to send notifications to your Apple iOS device in the in the event of a smoke or carbon monoxide emergency. This smart alarm features a 10-year sealed battery backup to ensure uninterrupted protection over the lifetime of the alarm, and it can be connected via Bluetooth with other Onelink alarms to create a safety network in your home (additional alarms sold separately).
What's in the Box:
- First Alert Onelink Wi-Fi Photoelectric Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm
- 10-year battery
- Installation hardware
- Instruction manual
Wi-Fi and Apple HomeKit-Enabled for Unparalleled Protection
Compatible with iPhones and iPads using Apple iOS 9.0 or later, the First Alert Onelink Wi-Fi Photoelectric Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm helps ensure you are informed if there is a smoke or carbon monoxide emergency in your home. This CO smoke detector combo will immediately send a notification to your device that lets you know what type of danger is present and where it is in your home. Also, you can silence false alarms or test alarms from your device with the simple press of a button. The alarm is Apple HomeKit-enabled to work with other compatible HomeKit accessories. Privacy is built-in to the alarm and data is always encrypted.
Dual Sensors Guard Against Danger
The First Alert DC10-500 Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm features a photoelectric sensor that detects the smoke most commonly produced by smoldering fires, providing sensitive detection while minimizing false alarms from cooking smoke or shower steam. The advanced electrochemical CO sensor detects carbon monoxide leaks from multiple sources, such as faulty fuel-burning appliances, blocked chimneys, and generators running inside or too close to homes.
Alarm Announces Where Danger Is
This carbon monoxide smoke detector features Voice with Location technology, which audibly announces the programmed location of the unit as well as which type of danger is detected. If multiple Onelink Wi-Fi Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms are used together, they can communicate with each other using a Bluetooth mesh, causing every alarm in the system to sound when one is triggered.
10-Year Sealed Battery for Continuous Protection
The built-in 10-year sealed battery ensures the alarm is always operational, even when the power goes out. This internal battery eliminates the need to replace the battery during the lifetime of the alarm. This CO and smoke detector is designed to last for 10 years, the longest time permitted by the National Fire Code.
About First Alert
For nearly 60 years, First Alert has been a leading innovator in the home safety industry, helping its customers protect what matters most. From smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms to security cameras and safes, the company manufactures reliable, technologically advanced products that offer a sense of preparedness and peace of mind. First Alert also takes pride in community outreach and has maintained a longstanding commitment to fire service support and safety awareness.
The home kit-enabled one link by First Alert Wi-Fi smoke+carbon monoxide alarm and the free one link home app on your iPhone or iPad work for your peace of mind, so you know your home is safer and truly just one link away. This alarm will detect and alert you in the event of a smoke or carbon monoxide emergency. With the one link by First Alert Wi-Fi smoke+carbon monoxide alarm you can forget about battery replacements because this alarm doesn't need them. This alarm was designed to last for 10 years, the longest time permitted by the national fire code. This product is intended for non-professional do it yourself installation. The alarm is included in the Green builder's 2016 hot 50 product list due in part because of its 10-year sealed battery, which increases sustainability by reducing battery waste, and because of its connectivity and collaboration to a smart home. If you would like information about a professionally installed and monitored system, please contact First Alert professional. First Alert professional is not affiliated with bark brands, Inc. One link by First Alert. Always connected. Always protected.
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All-in-all I wasn't seeing any benefit from their HomeKit features but I figured having a modern smoke detector with a carbon monoxide sensor at least my family is safe.
That was until the units started failing. So when one unit fails it triggers all seven other smoke detectors in the house, so over a single week my family was woken up three times (always between the hours of 1am and 4am) to screeching alarms. After evacuating everyone and ensuring there wasn't actually a fire (or CO leak) I would then spend seemingly forever trying to get the units to shut-up. This is when the intermittent wireless connectivity (both wifi and Bluetooth) really became a liability.
My house has vaulted ceilings so with the alarms in the entire house blaring for over a half-hour I brought a ladder out from the garage and proceeded to go to each smoke detector to try and silence it. On the third and final night this happened I was unable to disable the alarms. Finally I was at my wits end (and almost deaf) I unplugged the two First Alert Onelink units and while the rest of the normal smoke detectors in the house when silent the two Onelink units continued to wail on. One of them finally responded to me tapping on it and was sciences but the other continued on despite everything I tried.
Searching google I found there was a way to deplete the battery by flipping a hidden switch on the back of the unit. I figured I needed my hearing and sanity back (and I just wanted to get some sleep) so I flipped that and though "oh well I'll call support in the morning". Then the switch did nothing. 3 minutes when by and nothing had happened, the unit was still wailing on and now I was noticing my neighbors were starting to wake up (probably wondering if we had succumb to smoke inhalation).
That's when the hammer came into play. It was the only method I had to silence the unit. To First Alerts credit, the OneLink device is very durable. It took several very hard blows to actually silence the unit.
I'm now a Nest customer.
Update on 2/15/15 - two of the replacement units went down this weekend. One is doing the malfunction chirp every couple of minutes and one won't communicate or test properly. They are sending two more units, but I have lost faith in these units.
I flipped it over (after removing it from ceiling) - and then removed the label above where it says "deactivate switch"... and then moved the switch to deactivate - and then... it didn't deactivate.
then needed to unscrew the thing (you will be tempted to take a hammer if this happens to you )... and then had to rip the battery cable out.
complete garbage. I also had problems with checking the connectivity via bluetooth (HomeKit) over the last couple of months... so... i guess my unit was just DOA... hope you have better luck.