BRK FG250B Battery Operated Smoke Alarm; 9 Volt, White

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  • BRK FG250B BRK FG250B Battery Operated Smoke Alarm; 9 Volt, White
Manufacturer: BRK
Catalog#: FG250B
Crescent Part#: 181690
UPC: 029054003003
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Dual Ionization.

Silence Feature for Nuisance Alarms.

Tamper Resistant Locking Pin.

9V Battery Included.

Approved for use in recreational vehicles.

Hinged cover for easy battery replacement.

Lighted Power and Alarm indicator.

Product Details:

The BRK FG250B is a state of the art battery operated smoke alarm designed to provide early warning of a fire. This single station unit is specifically designed for residential and institutional applications. The FG250B has a compact, low profile design that compliments any decor.

Product Specification

Product Details
Manufacturer BRK
Catalog# FG250B
Shipping Information
Ships Ground. Eligible for expedited shipping Yes
Other Information
Loudness 85 DB At 10 FT
Invoice Description English 9V BATTERY POWERED SMOKE ALARM
Mounting Surface
Competitor Part No. FG250B
Country of Origin USA
Diameter 4.38
Depth 1.75
Case Quantity 1, 6
Catalog Description Size: 4.25 Dia X 1.60IN, Temperature Range: 4 to 38 DEG C, Humidity Range: 10 to 95 PCT RH relative humidity, Alarm Reset: Automatic when smoke clear, Smoke Sensor: Dual Ionization, Weight: 4.8 oz
Catalog Number FG250B
Color White
Operating Voltage 9V Battery
Sensor Type Ionization Sensor for Fast Flaming Fires
In Stock Yes
Humidity Range 10% • 90% RH (Relative Humidity)
Gross Weight 3.200
GTIN 00029054003003
Type Smoke Alarm
Standard UL 217
Temp Range 40 degree F • 100 degree F

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