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accepted What besides smoke might trigger a hardwired smoke detector?
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comment What besides smoke might trigger a hardwired smoke detector?
@ChristosAmarandos it's look like it's a Ionization type detector.
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comment What besides smoke might trigger a hardwired smoke detector?
I don't think that anything was running but I will look this next time it's happen.
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comment What besides smoke might trigger a hardwired smoke detector?
Even if the landlord said me that it was doing CO alarm it is not written on it so I guess it's not detecting CO. I have a bunch of other device for detecting CO and so far it's didn't measure anything.
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comment What besides smoke might trigger a hardwired smoke detector?
I notice also that it's can be trigger by steam, for example when taking a shower.
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comment Where should carbon monoxide detector be located?
About the ceiling, I still wonder where goes the CO. I'm not sure that the CO will move differently than the air. By the way the density of CO (1.145 kg/m^3 at 25 C) is smaller than one of air (1.1839 kg/m^3 at 25 C). Here is a link of CO manufacturer who said that CO is lighter than air firstalert.com/faqs/co-alarm/…