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Promoted 11-19-2015 by SubZero5 at 12:24 PM View Original Post
Lowes.com has First Alert 2-in-1 Z-Wave Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm for $29.97. Store pickup is free. Thanks edesignway

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Iris compatible smoke and carbon monoxide alarm. Comes with 7-year limited warranty.

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Edited November 19, 2015 at 11:32 AM by mlacey3
Reposting since the original Amazon thread is marked as expired. Lowes states Iris required, it is the Z-wave version and should work with all Z-Wave controllers (Wink may be having issues). I paired this with my VeraEdge last night without issues.

First Alert Z-Wave Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm http://www.lowes.com/pd_505521-34...Id=4780109

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Last Edited by BigDealYo November 20, 2015 at 08:25 AM
Regularly priced at $39.99.

Compatible with SmartThings, Iris, and Vera. Not compatible with Wink.

Also compatible with Staples Connect for all features (including batt level and testing).

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These don't connect to existing hardwired networked detectors! A huge flaw in design since when one detector goes off they all should. They expect you to replace EVERY one you have with these units entirely to have them networked and not use what you may already have. So add about 5-10X the price here + annual batteries.

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nice price.... just not sure i can do much with this unless i replaced all my hard wired units, which i dont want to do. I suppose I could put it in additional spaces, but not sure knowing remotely that my house is on fire will help me much....i guess i could call the fire department if it alerted me....
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I only use MO detectors with a digital display. Can you get a readout of PPM over z-wave on these?
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nice price.... just not sure i can do much with this unless i replaced all my hard wired units, which i dont want to do. I suppose I could put it in additional spaces, but not sure knowing remotely that my house is on fire will help me much....i guess i could call the fire department if it alerted me....
The big advantage to the Z-wave compatibility is the ability for your hub to turn lights on/unlock doors/send notifications to other people if it goes off.
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in for one to see how good it is

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The big advantage to the Z-wave compatibility is the ability for your hub to turn lights on/unlock doors/send notifications to other people if it goes off.
yeah i know... i have zwave network, but was trying to think of an actual trigger to leverage. turning lights on for me might be more "huh?" ... i think id need a text alert trigger for this one.

hopefully if i am home, i would hear it. but if i am remote, i would want to know via txt
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yeah i know... i have zwave network, but was trying to think of an actual trigger to leverage. turning lights on for me might be more "huh?" ... i think id need a text alert trigger for this one.

hopefully if i am home, i would hear it. but if i am remote, i would want to know via txt
You can use IFTTT to trigger SMS txt, make call, etc. assuming your zwave hub supports IFTTT
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Thanks! Cancelled my $60 purchase from Amazon yesterday and got two for $53 and change with tax from Lowes.
AND THANKS OP for the Renovo heads up. Saved me $10.
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Really hope this works with SmartThings. Some community answers say "No! Works with Iris only".
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You can use IFTTT to trigger SMS txt, make call, etc. assuming your zwave hub supports IFTTT
does vera lite support?
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does vera lite support?
Yes, works with my Vera Edge and should also work with Vera Light.
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Really hope this works with SmartThings. Some community answers say "No! Works with Iris only".
This does work with ST. This has been confirmed on other threads, will try and find some links to support that statement.
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Awesome deal (especially with the Renovo coupon). Thanks, OP!
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This does work with ST. This has been confirmed on other threads, will try and find some links to support that statement.

No need. I trust you more than customer comments on Lowes Smilie
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Really hope this works with SmartThings. Some community answers say "No! Works with Iris only".
Oddly, the reviews on Lowe's website seem to suggest that it works better with SmartThings than it does with Iris. laugh out loud

http://reviews.lowes.com/0534/478...D=57109687
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