Advanced photoelectric sensor is especially effective in detecting smoldering fires.
Battery backup 9V battery included (best with Polaroid 9 Volt batteries).
Battery pull tab eliminates battery installation time and keeps battery fresh.
Quick connect power harness makes installation fast and easy.
Kidde’s smoke alarms meet the requirements of Underwriters Laboratories (UL), an independent facility that tests products for compliance with widely-accepted safety standards.
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Imported from USA.
Photoelectric sensor battery operated smoke alarm, designed to
alert you & your family to the dangers of smoke & fire, includes
a 9V, protecting you even during a power failure, UL listed &
offers a 5 year limited warranty. This product adds a great
value. Product is highly durable and very easy to use. This
product is manufactured in china.
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Kidde P9050 Battery-Operated Photoelectric Sensor Smoke Alarm
The Kidde P9050 is a battery operated smoke alarm, equipped
with a photoelectric sensor, and designed to alert you and your
family to the dangers of smoke and fire. The P9050 includes a 9V
battery, providing you with protection even during a power
failure. This unit is UL Listed and offers a 10-year limited
warranty. This alarm uses photoelectric sensing technology.
Photoelectric sensing alarms may detect visible particles
(associated with smoldering fires) sooner than ionization alarms.
Ionization sensing alarms may detect invisible fire particles
(associated with flaming fires) sooner that photoelectric alarms.
Kidde strongly recommends that both ionization and photoelectric
smoke alarms be installed to help insure maximum detection of the
various types of fire that can occur within the home. The Kidde
P9050 photoelectric smoke alarm is battery operated protecting
you and your family even during power outages. This unit does not
require any wiring and can be installed in minutes. The P9050 is
equipped with a test button that allows you to test the alarm’s
electronic circuitry, horn and battery function.
Smoke Alarms Prevent Home Fire Deaths
Every year, 70 percent of all home fire deaths occur in homes
with no alarms or no working alarms, while nearly one quarter of
smoke alarms in reported fires are not working. Installing smoke
alarms like the P9050 in your home can provide reliable
protection in case of fire. And because the P9050 offers several
user-friendly features, you'll always know when it's working
properly, and when the batteries need to be replaced.
What's in the box
One Kidde P9050 smoke alarm. 10-year limited warranty.
* Photoelectric Sensor – Advanced photoelectric sensor may
detect visible particles (associated with smoldering fires)
sooner than ionization alarms
* Test Button – Tests unit’s electronic circuitry, horn and
* Battery Operated (9V Battery Included) – Protects even during a
* Low Battery Indicator – Smoke alarm will chirp in the event of
a low battery
* Tamper Resist Locking Pin – Helps deters alarm tampering or
From the Manufacturer
70% of all home fire deaths occur in homes with no alarms or no
working alarms, and nearly one quarter of smoke alarms in
reported fires are not working. Kidde battery operated
photoelectric smoke alarms are designed to help protect you and
your family from the dangers of fire. Photoelectric sensing
alarms may detect visible fire particles (associated with slow
smoldering fires) sooner than Ionization alarms. Studies show
both types will effectively detect either type of fire. For
optimal protection, install both smoke alarm technologies in your
home. Install UL listed smoke alarms on every floor of your home,
in hallways, inside bedrooms and outside of sleeping areas.
Replace smoke alarms every 10 years.