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Protect Wi-Fi Hardwired Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm

Article #14965003 Model #S3003LWEF Format 120V
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Protect Wi-Fi Hardwired Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm

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Great technology provides you with even more peace of mind when you add the 2nd generation Nest Protect wi-fi hardwired smoke and carbon monoxide alarm to your home or office. This direct-wired combination smoke and carbon monoxide detector utilizes wi-fi to send low-battery, smoke, carbon monoxide and sensor alarms to your smartphone or tablet. It all runs through the included app which includes voice alarms, safety check-ups, sound checks and tests. It can even detect different levels of smoke and carbon monoxide. You?ll also be able to hush the alarm from your phone.

Product specifications

Style
Hardwired, wi-fi
Type
Smoke and carbon monoxide detector
Model
2nd generation
Collection
Protect
Component
Plastic
Color
White
Diameter
5.31" (13.5 cm)
Thickness
1.52" (3.85 cm)
Warranty
2 years

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Do they expire?

Asked by: AliO
Yes like all other smoke detectors there is an expiry date on them. On the back of the unit there should be a field identifying replace by date just below the serial number.
Answered by: joewhitby
Date published: 2019-05-10

When you use his on an interconnected circuit does every alarm need to be a nest or can you have nests and regular hard wired alarms?

Asked by: Izzie1701
They all have to be nest.  The wire that regular interconnected units use to communicate isn’t used by the nest. Nest uses a frequency to communicate with each other, so the nest won’t be able to communicate with a regular smoke detector and visa versa 
Answered by: Claudz39
Date published: 2019-03-30

If I have 3 detectors hard wired together, if one goes off, do they all go off? Does this unit satisfy the Ontario fire code? (flashing strobe, etc.)

Asked by: lamguy
Not sure about Ontario code, but I have 3 of them, and they will announce an emergency using a loud voice, if you don't act (press the button or use your phone, then an alarm will be triggered, the light will come on so even if there is no power you still see around. better then to put it where the exit are.. so you can see. Also the voice will tell you the room name of where the fire is (where the detector is installed) It is also compatible with google home, IFTTT and many other home automation like MyHarmony (remote control) so in my case it will turn off the tv and the sound system so you can ear the alarm. It does also many other detection... and it will self test every month and send you a report. It's the best!
Answered by: CristianD
Date published: 2019-03-26

i have a 3 story house & finished basement is 2 of them ok? and where do i install for best results?

Asked by: shirlanne
In Ontario, it's a minimum of one per floor in residential, which is sufficient in even large houses, used in areas of congregation. Eleven is ridiculous, they also need to be replaced every 5-10 years. As the sensor fades, it should let you know. Do not install near vents, fans, air return.
Answered by: Cngu
Date published: 2019-03-25

IS IT BLUE TOOTH?

Asked by: DAVE_SCOTT
No. It connects to the internet via wi-fi, and you control the smoke detector through the Nest app on a smartphone or computer.
Answered by: _D23
Date published: 2019-02-26

If my WiFi goes down, will the smoke/CO detection still work?

Asked by: Tnguyen
Yes 
Answered by: Beweet
Date published: 2019-01-19

Can I just use it directly with my Smartthings hub and NOT sign up with a Nest account?

Asked by: aWanderer
Hi there. No it's you need to activate nest account and it's not compatible with smartthings hub
Answered by: Teckie
Date published: 2018-12-12

We already have a new set of 6 Kidde smoke and carbon monoxide detectors hardwired in the house. If I add a Nest detectoe will it recognize when the other alarms goes off?

Asked by: Chris234
This smoke detector will go off if it detects CO or smoke, but it won't set off an alarm if other detectors are chiming when it's not detecting smoke / CO at the same time. It will alarm in unison with other Nest detectors connected in the same house.
Answered by: _D23
Date published: 2019-04-04
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Protect Wi-Fi Hardwired Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 30.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy Install Very nice looking on ceiling, much more modern looking than old detectors. Setting up pretty easy, although had an issue changing its language from French to English (once app is installed on your phone and detector added, had to delete it from app and then go through process again to see area in app to change language - weird). I also have access to its settings via my laptop, but you must initially set it up from your phone. As I bought the battery version, I keep the round 'light' on dim for battery life. While its more expensive than the old smoke detectors, I think its worth the difference. Like the fact I could be alerted via my phone of any smoke/fire etc.
Date published: 2018-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A MUST HAVE !! I Love this Unit. I bought this unit to replace a "traditional" CO/Smoke detector as it was going off for no reason. I was unable to get any resolution from the company despite the recall status on ALOT of their units. I have not have any issues and love that I can get alerts and check my status on my phone. I have 2 small dogs and this has been a great weight lifted from my shoulders. The old alarm would go off while I was at work and when I get home the poor little things had been listening to the noise for who knows how long!. I will be replacing my 2nd floor unit in the very near future with another one of these. I think it's fantastic that they can communicate with each other.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Buy ! dont go without this and the therm We had a carbon monoxide leak in my furnace 4 years after new install, current unit in basement went off (didnt have one on upper level) was hard to hear but the unit was also tied into my house alarm so it went off and then i awoke. Fireman knocked on the door about 10 minutes after as i never replied to the phone call. Short story long if I had this in place before this fiasco the unit detects a carbon monoxide leak and shuts down the furnace...Genius ! Very well built I know its more money but in my opinion its worth every cent !....piece of mind
Date published: 2018-02-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Neat product but expensive! I recently replaced all the smoke/CO detectors in my house with 4 Nest Protects. Considering the competition, the Nest is the superior product by far. It has all the features of the 'best' units out there plus improved slow/fast burning fire detection and IOT features. The app is neat but after the initial first few uses, you'll never open it again. The best feature is the Pathway illumination which is a steep price to pay for a motion sensing night light! Overall, I'm happy with it as they do also look much nicer than the regular run of the mill detectors out there! If you can get it on sale, it makes it easier to justify :)
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Might create a dangerous situation? How is this not dangerous if for example you have more than 1 kitchen in your home, or a bedroom on more than 1 floor? In an emergency situation where seconds count, you hear all detectors say something like "Smoke in the kitchen". Which kitchen? The 2nd floor kitchen where a senior with disabilities live... or the kitchen you'd have to pass through to get to that senior's kitchen? All nest/Google has to do is add a few labels to its vocabulary such as "1st Floor" or "Basement" then concatenate/join them together. Been asking them about this for a couple of years now, they don't seem to think it's important.
Date published: 2017-11-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well, easy to install I bought this for one reason mostly, which is the ability to easily mute the alarm as my previous one was generating too many false alarms and was located too high to be reached and silenced (it is also very near kitchen and can't be relocated). After research, I found not only I could do this from a phone, but before an alarm sounds, it will give a warning of elevated levels of smoke before blasting away. I was sold on it based on these features alone. Turns out that I've yet to even need to use these, as I haven't had a single false alarm. Very satisfied with product.
Date published: 2019-02-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent but be aware It was time to replace 1 of the 4 wired smoke detectors in my house because it was about to expire. I thought this was a good opportunity to buy my first Nest product. Installation was very easy and only took about 15 mins. I discovered a few weeks later that if you have multiple smoke detectors and an old detector goes off that the Nest product doesn't automatically go off as well, and vice versa. Other brands do not communicate with the Nest detector. I could not find this info on the web site or on the installation video either. I think this is an important piece of information that consumers should be aware of. I guess you will find out after a fire and someone does not get out because not all the detectors went off.
Date published: 2016-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nest Protect simplified This is without a doubt the best smoke\carbon sensor I've ever owned. The night light feature is really handy. I get alerts on my phone and it does a self diagnostic monthly. And they all talk to each other I have 1 in the garage and 2 in the house. to clarify some of these lower reviews this product is made and designed by the same person the designed the iPad. they last 10 years from when you first use it , does not matter when it was manufactured. battery's need to be changed at 5 years and that is when you clean them ( its in the instructions ) The voice alert starts when there is just a hint of smoke or carbon . when it gets more smoky you get an alarm. why would anyone complain about where the fire is or how to get out ? nest didn't start the fire. You can't rate a product because you couldn't get through you kitchen or didn't know which kitchen, name it something else. I like to read reviews but cant stand it when people complain about things they don't understand if you want to be truly safe hire a security guard, or get the next best thing Nest Protect
Date published: 2017-12-16
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