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Kidde i9050 Battery Ionization Smoke Alarm Basic Unit

Kidde i9050 Battery Powered Ionization Sensor Smoke Alarm
Kidde i9050 Battery Powered Ionization Sensor Smoke Alarm

The Kidde i9050 smoke alarm has all the basic features you want in a smoke alarm at a great price. This system includes a 10 year limited warranty and 9V battery.

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The Kidde i9050 is a full size, ionization, battery operated smoke alarm designed to protect you and your family from the dangers of smoke and fire. The i9050 is powered by a 9V battery, providing continuous protection even during power outages. This unit includes a flashing red LED to indicate the alarm is receiving power. The i9050 is UL Listed and includes a 10 year limited warranty.
  • Battery Operated — Protects even during power outages.
  • Red LED — Flashes every 30-40 seconds to indicate that the smoke alarm is receiving power.
  • Test Button — Tests unit's electronic circuitry, horn, and battery function.
  • Low Battery Indicator — Smoke alarm will chirp in the event of a low battery.
  • Tamper Resist — Helps deter from theft or tampering.
  • Not sold in California
  • Ionization Sensor — Detects flaming fire
  • Complies with UL 217, NFPA 72, NFPA 101, FHA
  • 5" Dia. x 1.75" Ext.
  • 9V battery
  • Catalog Page (vol 22): 209
  • UPC025417091519
  • MPNi9050

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