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Nest Protect Smoke Alarm Returns at Lower Price

The Nest Protect combination smoke and CO detector is back on the market after it was pulled months ago.


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The proposed ordinance requires that CO detectors be installed within 10 feet of any area used for napping or sleeping, and that one detector be installed for every 1,000 feet of sleeping or napping areas. SSI Staff · November 20, 2014

The widely adopted wireless protocol for control and automation products and services can also provide a robust platform for smoke and carbon monoxide detection. By Mark Walters · September 23, 2014

The company recalled the alarms after the devices failed to alert users of a fire or carbon monoxide incident following a power outage. SSI Staff · September 16, 2014

The Nest Protect combination smoke and CO detector is back on the market after it was pulled months ago. By Rachel Cericola · June 19, 2014

Nest will halt sales of its Nest Protect combination smoke/CO detector for two to three months, citing a software flaw that allows the 'Nest Wave' deactivation feature to potentially be unintentionally activated with a wave of the hand. Jason Knott · April 04, 2014

Distributor AVAD has announced the availability of the Nest Protect Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarm at its branches for integrators. January 29, 2014

Aimed to help dealers and installers increase their revenue streams through carbon monoxide (CO) detector replacements, System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., releases the CO-PLATE. SSI Staff · September 15, 2013

While the majority of homes have smoke detectors, most are standalone devices and only 15% have working carbon monoxide detectors. Thus there’s a huge untapped market for greater levels of homeowner protection and greater fire contractor profits. Learn how to make the compelling case for monitored system-connected fire/life-safety solutions. April 30, 2013

System Sensor of St. Charles, Ill., has launched its i4 Series combination carbon monoxide (CO)/smoke detector and integration module. SSI Staff · April 24, 2013

Effective Jan. 1, all Washington residences, including apartments, condos, hotels, dormitories and residential institutions, must have carbon monoxide (CO) detectors. December 09, 2012




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