Heat alarms are designed to go off when they sense a certain temperature, and they're less sensitive to temperatures, humidity and insects.

They will not react to smoke and should not be used to replace alarms, but rather to supplement your system in certain locations where they are preferred, such as in a garage or attic.

Heat Detector from Kidde

We offer a heat detector called the HD135F, which sounds at a temperature of 135 degrees Fahrenheit.