BRK First Alert PRC700VB Battery Powered Photoelectric Smoke & CO Combo Alarm with Voice

$ 36.99
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Alarm Type Smoke & Carbon Monoxide
Power Source Battery
Sensor 
Photoelectric & Electrochemical
Interconnects Yes
Battery 2 x AA Alkaline

Description

BRK PRC700VB is a state of the art smoke and CO combination alarm designed to provide early warning of a fire or carbon monoxide danger. It features a photoelectric smoke sensing chamber, an electrochemical CO sensor and “Voice Warning with Location”.

This exclusive feature incorporates a voice that will speak one of 11 pre-programmed locations and the danger detected. When the alarm sounds (if
programmed for “basement”, for example) it will speak “Warning, evacuate, smoke in basement”. It features a Sweeping Horn Tone that has a lower and varying frequency that makes it easier for the elderly with normal age-related hearing loss to hear the horn.

This alarm has two silent features.

  • Low Battery Silence: Temporarily silence the low battery chirp for up to eight hours.
  • Alarm Silence: Silence alarm for several minutes. It also features a tamper-resistant locking pin that locks the alarm to the mounting bracket to prevent the removal of batteries or alarm. 

Features:

  • Low Profile Design - Sleek, contemporary design blends into any decor
  • Exclusive Voice warning with location. A voice will tell you the programmed location of the unit and danger detected.
  • Photoelectric smoke sensing technology
  • Electrochemical CO sensing tecnology
  • 10 Year-end of life-10 year CO sensor and 10-year end of life. Provides audible notice when alarm needs to be replaced. (Note: Batteries do not last 10 years and are not tamper-proof. Use PRC710VB for these features.)
  • Silence feature
  • Tamper Resistant-Locks alarm to mounting bracket to prevent removal of battery and/or alarm. Perfect for apartment, dormitory or hotel applications.
  • Designed for wall or ceiling mounting. 
  • 10-Year Limited Warranty

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