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Smoke Alarm, Ionization, 120VAC, 9V

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  • Item # 1XTG6
  • Mfr. Model # i12040
  • UNSPSC # 46191501
  • Catalog Page # 2457
  • Shipping Weight 0.8 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
  • Diameter5-1/2"
  • Height1-1/2"
  • Digital ReadoutNo
  • Battery BackupYes
  • FeaturesAlarm Memory
  • Hush ButtonYes
  • Test ButtonYes
  • Locking PinYes
  • Operating Temp.40 Degrees to 100 Degrees F
  • StandardsUL
  • Manufacturers Warranty Length5 Year Limited

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Smoke and Combination Smoke/CO Alarms
Test/Reset button tests alarm circuitry, alarm activation, and battery function. Several models include a hush button to silence nuisance alarms. 85dB horn. Easy installation. Operating temp.: 40° to 100°F. 120VAC, 60 Hz.
• Meet UL, NFPA, FHA, HUD, CSFM standards
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Rated 3 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by If your buying this to replace an older model 1275. The quick disconnect "does not fit" as advertized. You will have to rewire in the new quick disconnect. Not a problem, just, be advised January 25, 2013
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Two of the six alarms installed in our home went off early in the morning (NEVER in the daytime) without any apparant reason.
The model #i12040 ionization smoke alarm were installed in august 2010. New 9V batteries were put in every year. There was no smoke or humidity in the house at the time. Very dis-tressing when one is fast asleep.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following:

If any amount of dust or insects get into the monitor, which happens quite often, it can set the sensor in the monitor off. It is suggested to vacuum and clean the detector once a month around the outer edge to collect any dust or insects.

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BATTERY INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
To replace or install the batteries, you must first remove the alarm from the trim ring by following the ALARM REMOVAL instructions at the beginning of this section. After alarm has been removed, you can open the battery door and install or replace the battery. Battery installation instructions are provided on the inside of the battery door. When installing the battery, press the battery reminder finger down into the battery compartment and install the battery.This smoke alarm uses a 9V carbon backup battery (alkaline and lithium batteries may also be used). A fresh battery should last for one year under normal operating conditions. This alarm has a low/missing battery monitor circuit which will cause the alarm to “chirp” approximately every 30-40 seconds for a minimum of seven (7) days when the battery gets low. Replace the battery when this condition occurs. If the alarm is located outside the bedroom or on a different floor, it may not wake up a sound sleeper. The use of alcohol or drugs may also impair one’s ability to hear the smoke alarm. For maximum protection,
a smoke alarm should be installed in each sleeping area on every level of a home. Although smoke alarms can help save lives by providing an early warning of a fire, they are not a substitute for an insurance policy. Home owners and renters should have adequate insurance to protect their lives and property. Install and maintain Fire extinguishers on every level of the home and in the kitchen, basement and garage. Know how to use a fire extinguisher prior to an emergency.
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