Nest Protect has been redesigned from the inside out. It has a Split-Spectrum Sensor, tests itself automatically and lasts up to a decade. It’s also the first home alarm you can hush from your phone without any extra hardware required. And it tells you what’s wrong and can even alert your phone.
Meet Nest Protect. The smoke alarm other alarms look up to.
Nest Protect has a friendly human voice that gives you an early warning. That way you can handle burning toast before it becomes a burning toaster.
And when one speaks, they all speak. So the alarm in your bedroom can tell you there’s smoke downstairs.
The foam and particle board in much of today’s furniture make fires burn faster. Technology should keep up. The Split-Spectrum Sensor uses two wavelengths of light to detect smoke from both fast-burning and smoldering fires.
Carbon monoxide is poisonous but you can’t see it or smell it. That’s why Nest Protect has the most accurate type of carbon monoxide sensor available. We also improved our carbon monoxide sensing algorithm. And we’ll keep working to make it better and better because people depend on it.
No one should be woken up by a low-battery chirp at 2 a.m. When you turn off the lights, look for a quick green glow. That’s our Nightly Promise. It means all your Nest Protects have tested themselves, the batteries are good, and there won’t be any chirps. Sweet dreams.
You can set up your Nest Protect in just minutes using your iPhone, iPad, or Android device.
And Nest Protect is now even easier to install. But if you need help, we have customer support with real humans to answer your questions.
Ionization alarms use radiation to detect fast-flaming fires. Photoelectric alarms are better at seeing smoldering fires. The Split-Spectrum Sensor looks for both. Instead of radiation, it uses a 450nm wavelength of light to detect the tiny particles created by fast fires. It also uses a second, 880nm infrared wavelength to look for the larger particles created by smoldering fires. It's the first sensor in a home alarm to use two sources of light to get a more accurate picture of the fire.
To reduce false alarms, the Split-Spectrum Sensor is shielded against outside light, etched to protect it against dust, and encased in a stainless steel screen. The screen’s hexagonal pattern is designed to let smoke in and keep bugs and fibers out.
Nest Protect uses its microphone to quietly test the speaker and horn once a month. That way you know there will be an alarm and a voice alert if something goes wrong. To protect your privacy, the microphone only listens while the test runs and the audio is deleted. You can turn Sound Check on or off in the Nest app and schedule when it happens.
The motion and light sensor work together to turn on Pathlight to light your way at night. The light sensor also triggers Nightly Promise, which lets you know if everything’s working when you turn out the lights.
Nest Protect is the first alarm to use both a humidity sensor and an advanced algorithm to cut false alarms from steam by 50%.
If the Nest Protect in your kitchen senses danger, every Nest Protect in your home will speak up to make sure you know where the danger is – even if Wi-Fi goes down. And once you've checked that everything's OK, you can hush them from your phone over Bluetooth LE.
In addition to its voice, Nest Protect uses colors to communicate. And we gave the new Nest Protect a brighter light ring so it’s easier to see in an emergency and better at helping you see things in the dark.
|Color Finish Name||White|
|Product Weight (lbs.)||0.84|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 Year|