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  1. #1
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    Default a terrific new product?????

    looks like a great new product. just wondering how code compliant it is in each state. i know massachusetts is tough on exactly what kind of smoke/CO you use and where.

    http://www.insanee.com/update/intere...ur-smoke-alarm

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    That looks like a really cool product. If they are sensibly priced I'd do it

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    People cant remember to change the battery in a smoke detector each year, what makes you think they'll check there AP regularly? And considering their smart thermostat is over $250 how much will this be.

    Jack
    Be sure you live your life, because you are a long time dead.-Scottish Proverb

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    In Calif, bedrooms must have battery detectors or wired. The problem is that many people don't replace the batteries.
    This products is good.

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    Default Re: a terrific new product?????

    If your families safety is important to you, this is probably a good product. I don't care for all the wireless interfaces and particularly internet access to everything in my house.

    I don't see what good including the CO detector is in a ceiling mounted smoke detector. CO is heavier than air, by the time a ceiling mounted detector detects it, everyone is dead.

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    Default Re: a terrific new product?????

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith
    I don't see what good including the CO detector is in a ceiling mounted smoke detector. CO is heavier than air, by the time a ceiling mounted detector detects it, everyone is dead.
    You're taking all the fun out of this with your correct information.

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