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Amazon has First Alert Hardwired Photoelectric Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detector with Battery Backup (SC7010B) on sale for $27.41. Shipping is free.

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  • Product Dimensions (LxWxH): 5 x 2 x 5 in.
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Amazon has First Alert BRK SC7010B Hardwired Smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector with Battery Backup on sale for $27.41

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ERSD asked this question on 05-19-2021 at 11:48 AM
05-19-2021 at 11:48 AM
BRK makes a dual Photoelectric and Ionization but it doesn't have CO. Model 3120B.
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Same here. It is suppose to be released this month. Who knows.

Here is a response on a forum:

"Hello ####,

I do apologize for taking so long to get back with you. Thank you for contacting First Alert support. I will be happy to assist you with your detector question. First Alert is aware of the need for hardwired Zcombo alarms, and I know we are working on that technology. We were due to come out with new technology in May 2020, but that has been postponed until June 21st 2021. If we do come out with this technology, it will be highlighted on our website at that time. We do listen to our customers, and we are always improving.

If you have any further questions or concerns, please respond to this email, or call the number below.

Have a Good Day!

Regards,
Mary

First Alert Customer Service"
Hardwired detectors are supposed to be on their own circuit, at least where I am. That way another load can't trip the breaker, rendering the detector(s) inoperable.
The 9120B is not a newer model, it's a different type of smoke detector. Ionization vs Photoelectric.

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Good price OP!
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Good price, but I'm still holding out for the Z-wave, hardwire, version. Wasn't there a thread saying they were working on it?
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Good price, but I'm still holding out for the Z-wave, hardwire, version. Wasn't there a thread saying they were working on it?
Same here. It is suppose to be released this month. Who knows.

Here is a response on a forum:

"Hello ####,

I do apologize for taking so long to get back with you. Thank you for contacting First Alert support. I will be happy to assist you with your detector question. First Alert is aware of the need for hardwired Zcombo alarms, and I know we are working on that technology. We were due to come out with new technology in May 2020, but that has been postponed until June 21st 2021. If we do come out with this technology, it will be highlighted on our website at that time. We do listen to our customers, and we are always improving.

If you have any further questions or concerns, please respond to this email, or call the number below.

Have a Good Day!

Regards,
Mary

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FYI, I bought a First Alert/BRK SC9120B (https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00O8MVW12) from Amazon for $27.80 back in early March. It is a slightly newer model than this one.

I installed it in the hall near the only possible source of CO in our house: the furnace. I installed compatible smoke only detectors (BRK9120 - https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B000KKHWLU) in all of the bedrooms. The connectors are identical to the BRK model detectors that were first installed in our home, so installation was easy!

Because they're hardwired, if one goes off, they all go off, no matter what the reason is.
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FYI, I bought a First Alert/BRK SC9120B (https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00O8MVW12) from Amazon for $27.80 back in early March. It is a slightly newer model than this one.

I installed it in the hall near the only possible source of CO in our house: the furnace. I installed compatible smoke only detectors (BRK9120 - https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B000KKHWLU) in all of the bedrooms. The connectors are identical to the BRK model detectors that were first installed in our home, so installation was easy!

Because they're hardwired, if one goes off, they all go off, no matter what the reason is.
The 9120B is not a newer model, it's a different type of smoke detector. Ionization vs Photoelectric.
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The 9120B is not a newer model, it's a different type of smoke detector. Ionization vs Photoelectric.
It is also newer, 2014 vs 2010.

That said, you've got me thinking maybe I should have this one in the hall if the detectors in the bedrooms are ionizing.
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Good price, but I'm still holding out for the Z-wave, hardwire, version. Wasn't there a thread saying they were working on it?
Any code against wiring a co2 monitor directly from a light source ?
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Any code against wiring a co2 monitor directly from a light source ?
Hardwired detectors are supposed to be on their own circuit, at least where I am. That way another load can't trip the breaker, rendering the detector(s) inoperable.
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Are there dual photoelectric and ionization fire alarms other then nest protect?if so, can CO be included is these dual alarms?
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Are there dual photoelectric and ionization fire alarms other then nest protect?if so, can CO be included is these dual alarms?
I couldn't find one that was hardwired when I was looking a few months ago so I settled on ionization. But now I'm having second thoughts.
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I couldn't find one that was hardwired when I was looking a few months ago so I settled on ionization. But now I'm having second thoughts.
Ionization is supposed to be good except for kitchen I believe. Reccomendtion I read said both should be installed in a house.
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You don't want hard wired unless you have easy access to every detector. When one goes off they all go off and there is no telling how long they will go off. I am speaking of false alarms. People talk about safety being paramount. So is peace of mind. I have hardwired connections that I no longer use because I have 7 smoke alarms.

I have the talking version of these with wireless connected between 3 alarms. I have one of the OP models as well, not connected to the talking units. These come with duracell batteries and they do not seem to false alarm. The AA batteries make these much more economical when replacing batteries regularly.
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