An ionization smoke alarm is generally more responsive to flaming fires, and a photoelectric smoke alarm is generally more responsive to smoldering fires. Both types of alarms and combination ionization-photoelectric alarms are recommended. Recommend 10-year lithium battery.
Install: One in each bedroom, one on each level of your home, and outside sleeping areas. See diagram on previous page.
For visually impaired, hearing impaired, deaf, blind, and elderly. Bed shaker interconnects with smoke alarms, vibe, doorbell, and other disability accessible devices. Vibe is an accessory pager that works with a bed shaker for the impaired and blind.
Install: Bed shaker is placed in your bedroom, next to your bed.
NOTE: MUST have STANDARD or other disability smoke alarms throughout house and Wi-Fi connected to bed shaker.
Smoke/CO combo that alerts your phone and voice activates, with warning and emergency tones to each alarm and room in the house. We suggest those that are technically savvy will like these. Multiple NEST can interconnect.
Install: One in each bedroom, one on each level of your home, and outside sleeping areas.
NOTE: MUST have STANDARD alarms throughout house if you only have ONE alarm. IF you only have one the best location would be outside sleeping area or in bedroom.