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First Alert SA303B Smoke Alarm, Battery Powered & Ionization w/ Silence Button
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About the First Alert SA303B Battery Powered Ionization Smoke Alarm with Silence Feature
With its incorporated, single-push silencing button, the First Alert SA303B Battery Powered Ionization Smoke Alarm w/ Silence Feature is the best solution on the market, especially when it comes to quickly silencing non-dangerous alerts. This unit comes complete with a nine-volt battery and an ionization sensor, and it is approved for us in recreational vehicles. The First Alert SA303B also has two locking mechanisms, giving you the ability to lock the battery drawer and alarm to the base.
Another great feature of the Battery Powered First Alert SA303B Ionization Smoke Alarm w/ Silence Feature is that it can be used with BRK, and it has a temperature range of 40 to 100 degrees F. Plus, the unit’s humidity range is 10 percent to 95 percent relative humidity, which makes it highly functional no matter the level of humidity in your spaces.
The First Alert SA303B Smoke Alarm meets UL217 standards. It also comes with a 10-year limited warranty via First Alert, the manufacturer.
- Includes a 9-Volt Battery
- Single Button Test/Silence
- Ionization Sensor
- Approved for RV use
- Two Locking Features
- Locks Battery Drawer and Alarm to Base
- Can be used with BRK
- Detector Type: Smoke
- Sensor Type: Ionization
- Power Source: Battery Powered
- Temperature Range: 40°F to 100°F
- Humidity Range: 10% to 95% Relative Humidity
- Certifications: Meets UL217, Approved for use in RVs
- Limited 10 year warranty through the manufacturer
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- Questions & Answers
Is the First Alert SA303B hardwired as well?by Mary O. from Massachusetts on 10-30-2014
No, this is unit operates with a 9 volt battery only. No hardwired is required.on 11-06-2014
How is the battery placed in this First Alert smoke detector?by Sherry D. on 02-09-2014
There is a battery latch located on the back of the unit.on 03-11-2014Please login or register before adding a question.