Asked by: Ghiorghita Gene
asked in category: General Last Updated: 26th March, 2021

What does a blinking green light mean on smoke detector?

Most smoke detectors, the green LED is used for indicating power status. With my smoke detector (Kidde brand), flashing green means low battery or no batteries installed. With constant green, it means AC power connected. It will blink green every 60 seconds if AC disconnected, powered by batteries.

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Thereof, what does a blinking green light mean on a First Alert smoke detector?

A flashing green light is a normal part of the power up cycle. Any time there is a power outage, brownout, surge or other problem with the power, the alarm goes through a power up cycle. The flashing on your plug-in carbon monoxide alarm should stop after 5 minutes, then the light will stay a steady green.

what does red blinking light on smoke detector mean? The flashing red light gives a visual indication that the smoke alarm is functioning properly. It also indicates a working battery is connected to the smoke alarm.

Similarly, what does green light mean on smoke detector?

Green and red LED lights that indicate normal operation and alarm status – Green Light: The green LED light flashes every 30 seconds to indicate the unit is operating properly and once every 2 seconds to indicate the unit is in HUSH® mode.

What does a blinking blue light on a smoke detector mean?

It says a blue blink every 5 seconds is a previous alarm condition at an unidentified source.

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