Hello,I was hoping you can give me some assistance wiring smoke / carbon monoxide / heat detectors in my home. I have read up on the smoke and it seems easy enough: hot, neutral, and interconnect. My understanding is if one smoke is triggered it sends a signal through the interconnect to the other sensors in different areas of the house. My question: can I hook up carbon monoxide sensors in series with the smoke detectors. Same question for the heat detectors. Will the interconnect work with different sensors?Thanks for your help.
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We live in a condo and the fire department comes around spring and fall to change the batteries. We have always done it but they don't want to take any chances. Just outside our door is the fire extinguishers and the fire alarms. Each floor has 2. It gives a real feeling of peace.