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  • Help keep your family safe with this battery-powered smoke detector and carbon monoxide alarm; includes 2 AA batteries
  • This device is certified to work with Ring; Enjoy improved compatibility, easier setup and a seamless in-app experience. Receive real-time notifications in the Ring App when smoke or carbon monoxide is detected
  • The Z-Wave Plus with Smart Start feature allows a faster and more intuitive connection of device to hub and on-boarding via QR code scan located on device
  • Certified to work with smart home systems such as Ring Alarm, Samsung SmartThings, and Nexia Home Intelligence when connected to a Z-Wave Plus gateway hub (sold separately; Not compatible with Wink or Onelink)
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Amazon has the First Alert Z-Wave Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, Works with Ring Alarm, 2nd Generation on sale for $31.39

Works with all Z-wave hubs like Amazon Ring and Samsung Smartthings.

Lowest price according to CCC. From the reviews, 2 AA batteries last about a year.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 In Stock Mar 22
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When connected to ring, Is this also possible to set this up to go off as a siren when the ring system goes off (e.g. intruder)
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Bought 3-pack from Costco two Black Fridays ago. "Wireless" printed on face so guess they're 2nd gens. Replaced batteries on 1 unit a month ago, so originals lasted 14 months before it beeped. The other 2 units almost at 80%. I think they start beeping around 79%.

Have these integrated with Hubitat. Can see smoke, CO, battery levels individually. Have rule setup to send phone notification at 80% battery so I could replace them before it beeps in middle of night. Have other rules setup for smoke and CO events, like blasting sirens, repeated phone notifications, loud warnings through Alexa and Google Home mini's, flashing lights...etc
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Kidde has a good series of wired smoke/co alarms with wireless battery backup, 10 year lithium batteries. And they sell pure wireless alarms with 10 year batteries that interconnect with the wired if you want to add a few without running new wire. They have their own proprietary smart home hub though, not z wave.

And they aren't dual mode smoke alarms, photoelectric only. I have some interconnected with kidde wired smoke only ionization alarms that need battery replacement. It's a real headache.
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The thing that also sucks about these, is that the battery goes out once a year, and it's always at 3:00 a.m. and it's always so loud, and you have to go get a stool or something and unplug it or change the batteries. 4 years going now.

essentially if you use these your committing to waking the whole house up one night a year
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I have 2 of these. I was never successful at getting them integrated to my OpenHAB system. Nor was anyone else on the forum (last time I checked).
I have successfully integrated 3 z-wave door locks and a z-wave thermostat so the system works.
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Quote from GrillMouster :
I wish this were hard-wired with battery backup instead of exclusively battery powered.
Right! Smoke alarms are scattered about the house making them a perfect zwave repeater
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We have two of them we use with our Ring alarm. Battery health shows in the app making it a minimal concern. From the usage ive seen they'd last 3-4 years. We change them once a year for piece of mind.
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How often are they on sale at Costco?
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Looks a bit cheaper with free shipping on eBay - https://www.ebay.com/itm/First-Al...890.l49292
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Quote from bansh77 :
Is it better to get the Carbon
monoxide and smoke alam separate for placement issues? (smoke alarm on or near the ceiling and carbon monoxide lower, on the wall)?

Or do these compensate for that somehow?
CO detectors can be installed anywhere, as long as they get air circulation. They can be near (or on) the ceiling, they can be close to the floor, it does not matter. CO mixes with the air.
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#86
1 hardwired req for code
2 batt backup
3 thread for HomeKit
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Smart Things Hub? What is the usual price of one?
I think you can get one of those hubs for around $79 or so.
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I would buy some but I am waiting for everything to go to the new home automation protocol that's coming soon, project CHIP.
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Quote from orion75 :
- if integrated with Ring, these will send automatic notification to the Fire Department and request help. Good if it is a real issue, but if you drum up some smoke due to some cooking, then you are stuck explaining it to the fire fighter who shows up.
And some cities are now charging for false alarms.
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When connected to ring, Is this also possible to set this up to go off as a siren when the ring system goes off (e.g. intruder)
Don't think so. The devices seem to be triggered through Smoke/CO only and don't have an event based trigger from other events like the one you mention above.
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