DuPont Self-Charging Smoke Alarm - PS-131

DuPont Self-Charging Smoke Alarm - PS-131

Home fire safety just became easier with the new DuPont™ Self-Charging Smoke Alarm. No batteries are required because it runs and charges off the electricity of your home. Installation is simple – just screw it into a ceiling light socket.  Re-install the light bulb into the smoke alarm to have a light source and smoke alarm in one!  Protect the highest risk areas in your home such as laundry rooms, basements, furnace rooms and storage areas. To test the alarm, just flip the light switch. Always read the manual before use.

Other Features

  • 10 year limited warranty
  • Unique AngelEye™ technology featuring an internal self-charging power pack
  • The only smoke alarm approved for use in garages where temperatures may fall to 5
  • degrees Fahrenheit.
  • The only smoke alarm approved for use in garages where temperatures may fall to 5 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Audible warning is given when the power pack charge is low. Just turn on the light to re-charge the battery pack-it feeds off your home’s electricity. When fully charged, the DuPont™ Self-Charging Smoke Alarm is designed to operate for 30 days without additional electrical power.
  • Dimensions: 3"H x 5"L x 3"W

Always read the manual before use.

The science of smoke alarm technology
This smoke alarm is designed using ionization technology which allows it to detect fast-flaming fires that spread quickly. There are two basic types of smoke alarms - IONIZATION Type and PHOTOELECTRIC type.
  • IONIZATION smoke alarms are generally more effective at detecting fast, flaming fires - fires which consume combustible materials rapidly and spread quickly. Sources of these fires may include paper burning in a waste basket, or grease fire in the kitchen.
  • PHOTOELECTRIC smoke alarms are generally more effective at detecting slow, smoldering fires - fires which can smoulder for hours before bursting into flames. Sources of these fires may include cigarettes burning in couches or bedding.
For maximum protection, use both types of smoke alarms on each level of your home. The National Fire Protection Association recommends smoke alarms be installed on every level of your home.

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