Precision detection technology

Meets Latest Smoke Alarm Standards

Complies with the latest industry smoke alarm standards

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Precision Detection Technology

Precision Detection advanced sensing technology will be used in all smoke and combination alarms that comply with latest industry standards.

BRK’s Precision Detection Alarms provide advanced and reliable fire protection to help protect homes and families.

What Does This Mean For You?

Alarms produced after June 30, 2024* must be compliant to the performance requirements as specified in the UL 217 standard for single and multiple station smoke alarms and combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. To learn more about BRK’s compliant Precision Detection Alarms, connect with a rep in your area.

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Explore Precision Detection Alarms & Features

Variety of models and features will be available to suit your professional maintenance, repair, remodeling, commercial or new construction needs.

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SMICO100-AC Interconnect Hardwire 2-In-1 Smoke & CO Alarm With Battery Backup

Combination smoke and carbon monoxide detection in one, convenient alarm.
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SMI105-AC Interconnect Hardwire Smoke Alarm with 10-Year Battery Backup

Ten-year battery backup eliminates the need for battery replacements.
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SM100V-AC Interconnect Hardwire Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup & Voice Alerts

Voice alerts tell occupants location of danger to help them escape safely.
10 year battery
10-Year battery alarms eliminate battery replacements helping to reduce callbacks. 
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Photoelectric and ionization sensor models available, as well as dual sensor models.
Current and new Precision Detection models use the same wiring harness making replacement and installation easy.

Watch for More on Precision Detection

*The implementation date applies to the date of manufacture and does not prohibit the continued sell through of any inventory on hand at our BRK distribution center or in stock at electrical distributor locations at the time of the transition. Alarms manufactured prior to the transition date can continue to be installed in compliance with local building code requirements and job site specifications.