Batteries for Greater Safety and Long Life

Residential smoke alarms and detectors are devices that detect smoke and give warning of potential fire situations. Most use 9-volt alkaline or carbon-zinc batteries. Lithium batteries can run for several years without replacement and are optimal for high drain devices. Ni-MH and Ni-Cd batteries should not be used in smoke detectors.
• Up to 4X Longer Lasting (Lithium)*
• Low Self Discharge
• Anti leakage crimp design
• Up to 10 Year Shelf Life (Lithium 5 years)
• High And Stable Operating Voltage

Safety Note: Remember to check or replace at least once every 12 months, on easily remembered dates such as one's birthday or daylight savings time clock changes. Follow smoke detector device manufacturer cautions and warnings.