Updating hard wired smoke alarms

This product arrived quickly and was quite easy to replace.One small suggestion -- instructions for the battery correct placement are necessary.If any unit in the series senses smoke, all units will alarm.

Interconnected units will only work if they are wired to compatible units and all requirements are met.

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This alarm is also capable of interconnecting with up to 12 other First Alert or BRK hardwired alarms.

If you need to remove the power connector, insert a flat screwdriver blade between the power connector and the security tab inside the power input block. The alarm you have may not match exactly the image shown. 1 Mounting Bracket 2 Mounting Slots 3 Locking Pins (break out of bracket) 4 Hot (Black) AC Wire 5 Neutral (White) AC Wire 6 Interconnect (Orange) Wire 7 Latch to Open Battery Compartment 8 Swing-Out Battery Compartment 9 Quick-Connect Power Connector FOLLOW THESE INSTALLATION STEPS The basic installation of this Smoke Alarm is similar whether you want to install one Smoke Alarm, or interconnect more than one Smoke Alarm. Turn off power to the area where you will install this unit at the circuit breaker or fuse box before beginning installation.

Gently pry back the tab and pull the connector free. If you are interconnecting more than one Smoke Alarm, you MUST read “Special Requirements For Interconnected Smoke Alarms” below before you begin installation. Failure to turn off the power before installation may result in serious electrical shock, injury or death. Using wire nuts, connect the power connector to the household wiring. Improper wiring of the power connector or the wiring leading to the power connector will cause damage to the Alarm and may lead to a non-functioning Alarm. Remove the mounting bracket from the base, and attach it to the junction box. Plug the power connector into the back of the Smoke Alarm. Position the base of the Smoke Alarm over the mounting bracket and turn.