Kidde Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Smart Features for Enhanced Detection

June 8, 2023

Take control of a safer home.

The advanced capabilities you need to manage your home safety with confidence. This Kidde smart alarm provides double the detection of smoke and carbon monoxide (CO), combining additional sensing capability with the convenience of a device that handles two important jobs instead of just one. It’s also equipped with the reliability of a 10-year,* sealed-in lithium backup battery, so you can count on smoke and carbon monoxide detection – even if the power goes out.

Double the detection

  • Helps keep your family safer by sensing both smoke and carbon monoxide in just one device.

Remote notification and status with Kidde HomeSafe

  • Use the Kidde app for mobile alerts, device replacement reminders, and to test or Smart Hush™ false alarms.***

One battery for 10 years

  • Powered by 120V AC with a lithium backup battery that lasts 10 years* – for reliable detection even during power outages.

How it Works

Setup is Simple

Easily add alarms by scanning the QR code on the back of the product.

Remote Notifications

Get mobile alerts if smoke or carbon monoxide is detected in your home.

Get Status Updates

Easily test your alarm to check that it’s on and working when you are home.***

Supporting Features

Simplify setup

  • Just scan the QR code on the back of the product. No additional hub is needed to set up your Kidde smart devices.

Compatible with Google Home and Amazon Alexa

  • Use voice commands to check alarm status and connection.†

cUL and CSA Listed

  • Comprehensively tested and designed to the exacting standards set by cUL and CSA – global safety science leaders – for the latest in safety and reliability.

Voice alerts

  • Bilingual voice warnings alert of “Fire!” when a smoke or fire hazard is present, “Warning: Carbon Monoxide!” when CO is detected, or “Replace Alarm” at the end of life of the device.

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