Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors
The idea of a fire in your home is enough to give anyone the chills – which is why Midco SmartHOME has combination smoke and carbon monoxide detectors to keep your home safe.1 When smoke or CO is detected, authorities are notified to make sure you have help as soon as possible.
Already have a smoke detector system? Pair it with our firefighter wireless audio detector to seamlessly connect it with your Midco SmartHOME security system and ensure help will be on the way if your smoke detectors go off.
With Midco SmartHOME, you have the ability to create a customized home security system that fits your needs – and your budget. We offer new Midco SmartHOME customers the option to either pay a one-time, full payment for your equipment, or pay over a 12-month payment period.2
Firefighter Wireless Audio Detector
Connect your existing smoke detectors to your home security system, and automatically alert authorities in the event of an alarm.
- Listens for the alarm sounder of any smoke detector and tells the alarm control panel to dispatch the fire department
- Should be placed within six inches of an existing smoke detector
- 3 in. H x 3 in. W x 1 in. D
Convenient Controls at Your Fingertips
Check on your system and control your equipment from virtually anywhere with the Midco SmartHOME app.4
- Get alerts and notifications.
- Arm or disarm your system.
- View your cameras and take photos.
- Turn your lights on or off.
- And so much more!
Download the app for a free tour!
Download the app for free today, and tap Take a Tour to see how Midco SmartHOME can give you peace of mind. Then, contact Midco to get started.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. You can set up your system to automatically notify you via email, text and through the Midco SmartHOME app. This way, you are made aware of a potential fire when you’re away, or are warned about carbon monoxide before entering your home.
Yes. When an alarm is triggered, our central monitoring station will attempt to contact you to ensure it isn’t a false alarm. If you can’t be reached, or if you confirm there is a fire, the fire department will be dispatched immediately.
A Midco technician will help you determine the correct number and placement of detectors in your home (per state building codes and ordinances) to ensure protection for your home and family.