This Google Nest Protect detects carbon monoxide (CO) and smoke from fast-burning as well as smouldering fires, and tells you where the danger is. You can use your phone to receive alerts and silence alarms, making it easy to keep track of what's happening in your home.* It is also compliant with Australian smoke alarm standards, tests itself automatically and has a long-lasting CO sensor that keeps working for up to 10 years.
- The Split Spectrum Sensor uses two wavelengths of light to detect smoke from both fast-burning and smouldering fires.
- You can hush the alarm using the Nest app on your smartphone or tablet, making it easy to silence false alarms.
- Google Nest Protect Wired comes with 240 V AC connector and three long-life backup batteries.
- This smoke alarm connects to the mains power of your home or business so you don't have to worry about replacing batteries.
- It is certified to Australian standard AS 3786:2014.
- Nest Protect checks its batteries and sensors over 400 times a day. And it’s the first alarm that uses Sound Check to quietly test its speaker and siren once a month.
- The alarm has a simple, modern white design which is sure to blend into the decor in your home or workspace.
- It has a friendly spoken voice to give early warnings in a calm way before sounding an alarm.
- The Nest Protect will light up as you walk underneath it, providing a soft light to help you find your way in the dark.
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*Mobile alerts require working Internet and Wi-Fi.
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