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  • mrcqx56
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    Got it. Thanks a million, but what do you do for gas/propane that is if your house operates off this?

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  • Ltek
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    Here's what I do...
    I have Zwave AND Alarm System alerts, in addition to the built-in wired smoke alarms (which I replaced with dual-mode sensing: Photo & Ion)

    -- One Zwave Smoke Detector per floor (or more): bedroom in-between bedrooms, locations where smoke can travel up to the next floor (stairways, open look-overs, etc), Kitchen, and Basement. Even if you have it as a 2nd unit in the same room(s) its FAR more reliable, and pretty much the same cost (even a few $ is better vs burning down your items or risking lives)

    -- Wired in a dry contact** using a Honeywell door/window wireless sensor (only some have dry contacts) into to my Honeywell/Ademco alarm system.
    **you can do this same thing using Zwave with a purchasable kit (https://www.support.getzooz.com/kb/a...oke-alarm-kit/) or make your own kit, super simple.

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  • mrcqx56
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    What type of smoke detectors do you have? Are they zwave wired or wireless, and are any of them interconnected?

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  • wpiman
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    I have one. Works fine. It is about 6 inches from my smoke detector near my Z-net.

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  • Zwave Plus Wireless Audio Detector for existing Smoke/CO sensors

    Greetings, has anyone tried this device and if so did it function as described? I am wanting to bring my existing first alert voice, smoke, carbon monoxide wireless interconnect system over to homeseer hs4. This seems like a good solution. Any thoughts or ideas to better receive alerts, text messages and notifications?
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