Kidde Smoke Detector, 120V Hardwired Ionization Spring Load Battery Door w/Hush Button & Battery Backup (21006376)
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About the Kidde i12060 120V Hardwired Ionization Smoke Alarm
The Kidde i12060 hardwired smoke alarm uses a 120V power source and includes a 9V backup battery. It has user-friendly features, such as a front-loading battery door. With simple installation, alarm memory and Smart Hush included, the Kidde i12060 smoke alarm is safety for your home at its best.
As an inter-connectable system, the Kidde i12060 can be used with a series of other devices, including bells, whistles and alternate alarms or detectors. The adequate audio alarm rings in at 85 dB, and it can withstand temperatures as high as 100 degrees Fahrenheit and up to 85% relative humidity.
The Kidde i12060 also features a quick connect plug with 8” pigtails and 120 VAC electrical wiring. At a reasonable price, this smoke alarm with ionization sensor is one of the most popular on the market.
The Kidde i12060 is UL Listed and is backed by a five-year limited manufacturer's warranty.
This smoke alarm unit comes in standard bulk packaging, and is not enclosed in retail box packaging.
Features:• AC Wired with Battery Backup
• Smart Hush
• Interconnectable System
• Easy Installation
• User-Friendly Features
• Battery Included
• Alarm Memory
• 5 Year Manufacturer Limited Warranty
Specifications:• Part Number: 21006376
• Replaces Kidde Model: 1275
• Electrical Wiring: 120 VAC
• Audio Alarm: 85dB
• Temp. Range: 40-100 Degrees Fahrenheit
• Humidity Range: up to 85 Percent Relative Humidity
• Sensor: Ionization
• Wiring: Quick Connect Plug with 8" Pigtails
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I have a Kidde i12060. All four of my alarms went off at the same time. There was no smoke. It just went off this morning. I took the batteries out and it still went off. We replaced with new batteries and is still going off. I would press the hush button but it would still go off. I removed and unplugged all 4 alarms. What is the problem?
You will need to contact the manufacture and have them trouble shoot the product to determine the problem.Kidde 800-880-6788
What is the difference between the Kidde i12060 and the Kidde i12040? Apparently they will both replace the 1275. I have 5 of the 1275 models which are over 10 years old. I don't want to mess with changing the ac pigtails, but do want to have units that allow changing batteries from the face instead of from the back.
The difference between the Kidde i12040 and the Kidde i12060 is in the features. They both use similar ionization smoke detection, however, the i12060 model has a front loading battery compartment which adds convenience if you have many alarms. The i12060 also uses Smart Hush technology which prevents more nuissance alarms. If your preference is to have front-loading battery, the i12060 is the model with this option.
The Kidde i12040 has back loading battery and has a silence button for manual silencing of the alarm.
Both units are compatible replacements for the 1275 model, however, you will need to remove the existing mounting bracket and replace with the new bracket supplied with the new models.
Are the i12060 and i12040 models direct replacements for the 1275 model Kidde smoke detector? Must I replace the mounting bracket also if I use either of these?
Yes, this item is a replacement for the 1275, you will need to remove the existing mounting bracket and replace with the mounting bracket that accompanies this unit.
I understand the Kidde i12060 is a replacement smoke detector for a Firex model 4518. Is that the case? Is the connector plug the same for each? I will need 6 if this is the proper replacement. Thank you.
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