Kidde Firex/Kidde i5000 Hardwire Ionization Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup

MPN: 21007582
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Current Location: Ashburn, VA (20147)
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Shop for Electrical at The Home Depot. Kidde 21007582 model i5000 is an AC/DC powered ionization smoke alarm that operates on a 120 Volt power source with 9 Volt alkaline battery back-up. Front load battery feature is easy access to the battery; you will not need to remove the alarm from the mounting bracket. When you need to replace battery simply slide the door, remove low battery, and replace with new battery and slide door closed. This alarm can be interconnected with other Kidde devices in a multiple station arrangement.
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safety & security type smoke, fire & co detectors
User Reviews
Super easy installation
5 Star Review   Home Depot   

I had to replace my existing hard wired smoke alarm system due to false alarms (system about 11 years old). The kit comes with everything you need, including batteries! It took about 1 hour to replace 5 smoke alarms with most of that time moving the stepladder around. Would highly recommend this product.

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Very loud and great smoke alarm.
5 Star Review   By Chipmaster on Home Depot - May 21, 2013   

I had to replace another in our 14 ft tall and very hot attic that most likely went bad from all the sawing I do up there in my shop. I was disappointed at first because although my old one had the same product number but different wiring plug. Then I looked in the box and there was a new plug with complete wiring instructions. Two minute job. I lit a match below it and it was so sensitive I didn't even have to climb up the ladder to test it. Quite satisfied :)

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Great Product
5 Star Review   By CDTE on Home Depot - May 15, 2013   

This product is a perfect replacement for my old Firex ADC smoke alarms. I had no trouble at all replacing 6 units in my house considering i have no background whatsoever in wiring or electrical jobs. I am quite satisfied.

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Our Electrician says these are the best.
5 Star Review   By Paula on Home Depot - Feb 19, 2013   

We bought 10 or 14, I forget, had them installed by our electrician so that they are all connected so that if one goes off in the basement you can hear the others go off upstairs, and visa versa (our house has 3 floors/levels), plus they have backup batteries in case of electrical outages. He says they are the good ones to get. We haven't had any fires, but the one time when I was cooking/grilling things in my kitchen..it got a bit smokey and one went off on alarm. Had to silence it with the swishing of a towel, but that's probably a good thing. Made me know it was working. Since they were just installed last month, I can't comment on their long term attributes. But they seem quite good.

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They don't seem to set-up/work properly, very difficult.
1 Star Review   By Clay on Home Depot - Apr 27, 2012   

I have five of these 'interconnected' smoke-alarms in my home. One started chirping...I guessed it needed a battery. I installed a battery... the smoke-alarm kept chirping. I bought a new battery and installed it.... the smoke-alarm kept chirping. How long will this go on... it seems like "for eternity"! I find devices that don't work per the advertisemnets and directions very disheartening. I would not again, buy these detectors. PS: its still chirping... even with a new battery!!!! I may have to 'cut' the wires... and then replace the smoke-alarms PPS: I'm a qualified fire protection engineer (which makes this problem into a serious situation for me)... how can I recommend such a device?).

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Works as described
5 Star Review   By Nick on Home Depot - Feb 28, 2012   

Don't mix brands. Installing can be intimidating before you begin. But once started, the process is easy to complete. Once installed, the smoke detectors work as described.

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Different Wiring Harness & Mounting Bracket
4 Star Review   By Islander on Home Depot - Sep 21, 2011   

I bought 8 of these to replace a group of 10-year-old smoke detectors of the same brand and equivalent Kidde/Firex model. Thought I'd be able to simply unplug the old ones and plug in the new ones. Wrong!! The current version has both a new/different wiring harness and a new/different mounting bracket. Still not a difficult task, but not nearly as quick or easy as I expected. Another case of unnecessary "improvements" making life more difficult.

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Description
Shop for Electrical at The Home Depot. Kidde 21007582 model i5000 is an AC/DC powered ionization smoke alarm that operates on a 120 Volt power source with 9 Volt alkaline battery back-up. Front load battery feature is easy access to the battery; you will not need to remove the alarm from the mounting bracket. When you need to replace battery simply slide the door, remove low battery, and replace with new battery and slide door closed. This alarm can be interconnected with other Kidde devices in a multiple station arrangement.
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safety & security type smoke, fire & co detectors
Summary
Product Title Kidde Firex/Kidde i5000 Hardwire Ionization Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup
Manufacturer Kidde
Lowest Price $14.43 from Zoro
Power Score 4.3 | 7 Reviews
Additional Specifications
Fireplace Accessory Type: Tool Sets
Parent Retsku: B00DTI37S2
Today's Average: $33.08
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User Reviews
Super easy installation
5 Star Review   Home Depot   

I had to replace my existing hard wired smoke alarm system due to false alarms (system about 11 years old). The kit comes with everything you need, including batteries! It took about 1 hour to replace 5 smoke alarms with most of that time moving the stepladder around. Would highly recommend this product.

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Very loud and great smoke alarm.
5 Star Review   By Chipmaster on Home Depot - May 21, 2013   

I had to replace another in our 14 ft tall and very hot attic that most likely went bad from all the sawing I do up there in my shop. I was disappointed at first because although my old one had the same product number but different wiring plug. Then I looked in the box and there was a new plug with complete wiring instructions. Two minute job. I lit a match below it and it was so sensitive I didn't even have to climb up the ladder to test it. Quite satisfied :)

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Great Product
5 Star Review   By CDTE on Home Depot - May 15, 2013   

This product is a perfect replacement for my old Firex ADC smoke alarms. I had no trouble at all replacing 6 units in my house considering i have no background whatsoever in wiring or electrical jobs. I am quite satisfied.

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Our Electrician says these are the best.
5 Star Review   By Paula on Home Depot - Feb 19, 2013   

We bought 10 or 14, I forget, had them installed by our electrician so that they are all connected so that if one goes off in the basement you can hear the others go off upstairs, and visa versa (our house has 3 floors/levels), plus they have backup batteries in case of electrical outages. He says they are the good ones to get. We haven't had any fires, but the one time when I was cooking/grilling things in my kitchen..it got a bit smokey and one went off on alarm. Had to silence it with the swishing of a towel, but that's probably a good thing. Made me know it was working. Since they were just installed last month, I can't comment on their long term attributes. But they seem quite good.

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They don't seem to set-up/work properly, very difficult.
1 Star Review   By Clay on Home Depot - Apr 27, 2012   

I have five of these 'interconnected' smoke-alarms in my home. One started chirping...I guessed it needed a battery. I installed a battery... the smoke-alarm kept chirping. I bought a new battery and installed it.... the smoke-alarm kept chirping. How long will this go on... it seems like "for eternity"! I find devices that don't work per the advertisemnets and directions very disheartening. I would not again, buy these detectors. PS: its still chirping... even with a new battery!!!! I may have to 'cut' the wires... and then replace the smoke-alarms PPS: I'm a qualified fire protection engineer (which makes this problem into a serious situation for me)... how can I recommend such a device?).

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Works as described
5 Star Review   By Nick on Home Depot - Feb 28, 2012   

Don't mix brands. Installing can be intimidating before you begin. But once started, the process is easy to complete. Once installed, the smoke detectors work as described.

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Different Wiring Harness & Mounting Bracket
4 Star Review   By Islander on Home Depot - Sep 21, 2011   

I bought 8 of these to replace a group of 10-year-old smoke detectors of the same brand and equivalent Kidde/Firex model. Thought I'd be able to simply unplug the old ones and plug in the new ones. Wrong!! The current version has both a new/different wiring harness and a new/different mounting bracket. Still not a difficult task, but not nearly as quick or easy as I expected. Another case of unnecessary "improvements" making life more difficult.

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