|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 5.8 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||AC10-500|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Average Battery Life||87658 hours|
Onelink Wi-Fi Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm, Hardwired, Apple HomeKit-enabled
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- Combination smoke detector/carbon monoxide alarm detects two threats
- HomeKit-enabled to send notifications to your Apple device (requires iOS 9.0 or later)
- Hardwired design can replace most 120-volt AC hardwired alarms with no rewiring
- 10-year sealed battery helps ensure consistent protection with no need to replace battery
- Multiple alarms can communicate via Bluetooth and announce audibly where and what the threat is
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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 a threat and which type it is
- Can easily replace current 120-volt hardwired alarms without rewiring
- 10-year battery helps ensure continuous operation with no battery replacements required
- Bluetooth mesh allows multiple alarms to communicate and operate simultaneously
First Alert Onelink Wi-Fi Smoke and CO Alarm with 10-Year Battery
Help ensure your home and family are protected 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 you notifications to your Apple iOS device in the in the event of a smoke or carbon monoxide emergency. This smart alarm can easily replace most 120-volt AC hardwired alarms without rewiring, and it includes a 10-year sealed battery to help ensure uninterrupted protection with no need to change the battery over the life of the alarm.
What's in the Box:
- First Alert Onelink Wi-Fi Photoelectric Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm
- 10-Year battery
- Installation hardware with 120-volt easy adapter plugs
- 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. You can also 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 in your home. Privacy is built in to the alarm and data is always encrypted.
Dual Sensors Guard Against Danger
The First Alert 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 Throughout the Home
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, allowing every alarm in the house to sound together even if only one alarm is triggered.
Hardwired Design with 10-Year Battery
Intended for non-professional do-it-yourself installation, this smart alarm can replace most 120-volt AC hardwired alarms without having to rewire by simply using the included adapter plugs. An included 10-year sealed battery helps ensures the alarm is always operational, even during power outages. This CO and smoke detector is designed to last 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.
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The Onelink by First Alert Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (AC Power with 10-Year Battery Backup) makes your home a safer place by keeping you connected via an app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Easy to set up and install, this alarm will alert you with notifications in the event of a smoke or carbon monoxide emergency. Apple HomeKit-enabled, the sealed battery back-up gives you 10 years of protection with no battery replacements. Easily replace existing alarms or install new hardwired alarms into your home's electrical system. This smart alarm can replace most 120-volt AC hardwired alarms without having to rewire. Simply use the included adapter plugs. The alarm notifies you instantly when something is not right. When one Wi-Fi Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarm goes off, all compatible hardwired, interconnected alarms will sound as one. It will also talk to you, letting you know what the danger is and where it is located. Plus, this alarm is HomeKit enabled so it can work with other accessories on the same platform. Apple HomeKit makes it easy to discover, group and control HomeKit-enabled accessories in your home. Test and silence your Wi-Fi Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarm by using your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 9 or later. This product is intended for nonprofessional, do-it-yourself installation.
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Warning DO NOT BUY - trust me I'm the guy like you.
THIS PRODUCT IS SUCH A JOKE THAT YOU CAN PROB CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT the misrepresentation of the "push notifications."
Per first alert email response to my complaint, the device will not send out a push notification until eight cycles an alarm which equivalent to two minutes.
Nests takes about 10 seconds.
There your answer. Don't waste your time or energy. You will unbelivaby disappointed you will think it's a joke.
P.s. The unit still did not send out a push notification after eight cycles. It doesn't get any worse this. UPDATE: still sucks!
1. Testing: As with all smoke detectors, this unit can be tested by pressing the test button on the detector. But…. Regardless of how the test is conducted, there is no way to see if it will produce an alert on your phone. The response of First Alert telephone customer service is “trust us, it will send an alert if there is a fire”. Customer service said if I really insist on seeing whether it will work I would have to go somewhere outside of my WiFi network, connect to another network, and then have someone in the house spray a can of test smoke at the unit for 8 cycles (more than 5 minutes). This is just totally unacceptable. It could easily be fixed with a software patch. In addition, the iPhone app has no way of connecting with the detector once the phone is out of Bluetooth range. Again, just bizarre that a safety company like First Alert doesn’t allow a way to view the detector status remotely over the internet and doesn’t provide a test to make sure an alert would be received in an emergency.
2. Integration: The manufacturer has taken great care to include adapters for all the possible variations of integration into a modern code-compliant system, and the detector will sound an audible alarm if another detector is triggered in the home. But then for reasons that can’t easily be explained, the manufacturer failed to program the unit so that it will send an internet alert if triggered by another detector in the home. Telephone customer service confirmed to me that even when properly integrated, the HomeKit-enabled First Alert OneLink Wi-Fi Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm will not send an alert if triggered by other detectors in the home. I specified First Alert detectors when I built the home, yet this loyalty isn’t rewarded by the manufacturer – they have disabled what would be true integration. This is again should be a fixable problem using a software patch. Fire codes in my town require a large number of detectors in new construction and also requires the CO detectors be placed near the floor and the smoke detectors near the ceiling. So to make this work as it should I’d have to buy 11 more new detectors.
Until or unless First Alert wakes up and fixes these two flaws, I wouldn’t recommend investing in this detector for home monitoring.
In case First Alert is paying attention to reviews, update the app so users have the ability to automatically schedule to the night light's to go to full dim during daytime hours and automatically go back to full brightness at sundown. Nightlights are a very nice feature, but they are not needed in daytime and it would be great to have them automatically go to full dim (or better yet a custom dim setting) when the sun comes up. Also, despite the fact that the directions say you can simply use SIRI to dim nightlights SIRI won't do it even though Homekit and SIRI both recognize the fact that they are installed.
They are extremely unreliable in staying connected to my network. Every time I have had a false alarm and went to silence them with the app I have found them disconnected, and had to go through the entire setup process for each of my 5 detectors again.
When I have called First Alert they tell me that they expect an update to the app at some point, but they don't know when. It's been nearly a year. So they offered me a refund, and I took it. I don't really want Google back in my house, but I will take the Nest over this buggy POS.
I am not even certain that it is a reliable smoke detector since we had a smokey cooking event and the first floor of the house filled with smoke and it still didn't even go off!