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TX-6010-01-1 - GE Interlogix Wireless Smoke Detector

TX-6010-01-1 - GE Interlogix Wireless Smoke Detector
Manufacturer:  GE Interlogix  SKU:  TX-6010-01-1
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Better than your average smoke detector. I'd recommend it to anyone, especially if you're a DYI person.
Price:  $82.95

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GE Interlogix Wireless photoelectric smoke alarm with CleanMe remote maintenance alert, Learn mode, test/silence. This detector offers the best life safety protection you can get because it detects the most dangerous type of fire - the slow, smoldering fire that creates a lot of deadly smoke. The advanced sensor sounds the alarm at the first sign of smoke, giving occupants time to escape.
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1. Anonymous User on 12/28/2010, said:

Review date of the GE Wireless Smoke Detector: Dec 2010. I have three of the GE Wireless Smoke and Heat detectors but it might be the previous model. The ones I have (NX491-NT), look the same as in the picture for the current product. After three and a half years, two out of three generated a "low battery" announcement within weeks of each other on the GE Simon 3 Wireless Home Security control panel. Although, I replaced the two CR123 lithium batteries with fresh ones, the low battery signal would not quit. I checked the instructions and it recommended cleaning the unit every so often. I used compressed air (cans normally sold for cleaning computer equipment), to blow off the dust. I put the old batteries back in and that did the trick. Apparently, a "low battery" announcement could also mean that the unit accumulated too much dust on the sensors. If I hadn't cleaned the units with compressed air after trying out new batteries, I would have thought my detectors had failed and bought new ones.

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2. Anonymous User on 12/27/2010, said:

Review date of the GE Wireless Smoke Detector: Dec 2010. I have three of the GE Wireless Smoke and Heat detectors but it might be the previous model. The ones I have (NX491-NT), look the same as in the picture for the current product. After three and a half years, two out of three generated a "low battery" announcement within weeks of each other on the GE Simon 3 Wireless Home Security control panel. Although, I replaced the two CR123 lithium batteries with fresh ones, the low battery signal would not quit. I checked the instructions and it recommended cleaning the unit every so often. I used compressed air (cans normally sold for cleaning computer equipment), to blow off the dust. I put the old batteries back in and that did the trick. Apparently, a "low battery" announcement could also mean that the unit accumulated too much dust on the sensors. If I hadn't cleaned the units with compressed air after trying out new batteries, I would have thought my detectors had failed and bought new ones.

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