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Smoke Alarm, Ionization, 120VAC, 9V

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Price: $30.85 / each

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  • Item # 5MPK9
  • Mfr. Model # 21007582
  • UNSPSC # 46191501
  • Catalog Page # 2457
  • Shipping Weight 0.71 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemSmoke Alarm
  • Detection MethodIonization
  • Interconnection CapabilityUp to 24 Units
  • Power Source120VAC, 9V
  • Audible Alert85dB @ 10 ft., Horn
  • Visual AlertRed LED
  • Diameter5"
  • Height1-5/8"
  • Digital ReadoutNo
  • Battery BackupYes
  • FeaturesInterconnectable, Green Power LED, Red Alarm Status LED, Quick Connect Power Harness
  • Hush ButtonYes
  • Test ButtonYes
  • Locking PinYes
  • Operating Temp.40 Degrees to 100 Degrees F
  • StandardsUL, NFPA, Federal Housing Authority, Housing and Urban Development and California State Fire Marshal Guidelines
  • IncludesMounting Bracket and Alarm Latch Indicator
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length5 Year Limited
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The green light is on most of the time, then the red light will come on for a few seconds. The battery is new. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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According to the manufacturer, this smoke alarm is equipped with red and green LED indicators. When illuminated, the green LED indicates the presence of AC power. In a standby condition, the red LED will flash every 30 - 40 seconds. This indicates that the smoke alarm is operating properly.

For proper performance, the manufacturer suggests the following 9-volt batteries with an expiration date of 2016 or higher:
Carbon-zinc type - EVEREADY 1222; GOLD PEAK 1604P or 1604S;
Alkaline type - ENERGIZER 522; DURACELL MN1604 OR MX1604; GOLD PEAK 1604A PANASONIC 6AM6, 6AM-6, 6AM-6PI, 6AM6X, AND 6LR61 (GA); or
Lithium type - ULTRALIFE U9VL-J.

Using a different 9-volt battery or one with a an expiration date of prior to 2016 may cause the unit to chirp.

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I could only see the size and warranty differ, anything else? Will this be a suitable replace for Firex 12000 series, Model FADCM?
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Grainger product numbers 5MPK8 and 5MPK9 are both interconnectable ionization smoke alarms with slide load front battery doors. Product number 5MPK8 is a UL Listed product with a 5-year limited warranty. Grainger product number 5MPK9 is a UL Listed product with a 10-year limited warranty.

The referenced Firex 12000 FADCM was an interconnectable combination ionizaton smoke and carbon monoxide alarm. Grainger product number 1XTH3 is suggested as a possible substitute.
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It looks like it is a quick disconnect 3 wire harness holder. The green led is constant. The red led blinks every 30 seconds or so, but, the beep sounds every 30 or 40 seconds also even with a new battery. Could the sensor be bad? I cannot disconnect the wires to replace the alarm unit.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and we have been advised by them of the following: there are a number of reasons which may be causing your alarm to beep. Here are a few things to check: make sure you are not using a rechargeable battery, make sure the battery is not loose or improperly installed, check to see if the smoke alarm cover is dirty, try resetting the alarm, there could be a power surge causing the chirping. It is entirely possible the unit just needs to be replaced, keep in mind smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years.

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