120-volt AC hardwired smoke and carbon monoxide alarm can be set up and managed from your smartphone to help you remotely monitor smoke, fire and poisonous gas through the Halo app
6 Different sensors use Halo Smartlogic to detect carbon monoxide, fast-moving fires and slow, smoldering fires while reducing false alarms
Battery backup provides added safety during power outages, and a 10-year battery life means you will never have to get out of bed to take down a smoke alarm again
Remote hush feature allows you to silence the alarm from your smartphone
With Halo you can manage multiple properties and in the event of an emergency, when every second counts, you can summons the fire department to the emergency, all with a touch through the Halo app
The Halo lighting ring can be used as a remote-controlled accent light to customize brightness levels and colors and set a timer via the Halo app or with your voice through Alexa
Works with Iris, SmartThings, Alexa, and others for whole home safety and security
Peak Level Alert
N/A (no battery)
Works with Iris
UL Safety Listing
CSA Safety Listing
ETL Safety Listing
Best smoke-carbon monoxide detector on the market
5 out of 5 stars
DavidReviewed on 02/16/2018
I'm the kind of guy that researches just about any purchase to death before I buy. Hands down, this is the best smoke/CO detector out there. Most smoke detectors are equipped with either a ionization sensor or with a photoelectric sensor. The first type of sensor is very sensitive to smaller particles, so, they’re very good at detecting fast burning flames, but are also prone at giving false positives (for example, while cooking). The second type of sensors relies on detecting larger particles (specific to slow burning, smoldering fires – such as a cigarette left on the sofa) by using a light source inside a chamber which points away from the sensor, but will deviate its course towards it at the moment smoke enters this chamber. The Halo uses both of these types of sensors, so, it can detect slow, smoldering fires and fast burning fires at the same time.
Doesn't work with all Zigbee hubs
3 out of 5 stars
ShanksReviewed on 01/04/2018
I bought the Halo from Lowes and installed it in one of the rooms in my house. It interconnected with my other hardwired wired Kiddie smoke+CO detectors in my house and triggered them during startup test.
Setting it up in Vera was an issue. I tried connecting it twice as a generic Zigbee device, but it showed up as a temperature sensor. Got on a call with Vera support and they were able to change the device from the back end to a smoke detector, but couldn't add the other sensors to show up (temperature, humidity, motion, etc) that Halo has.
I was told that Halo isn't on their compatibility list and those sensors will not show up.
For now, the Halo is going back to Lowes, as it is only supported with Smartthings, Iris and Echo.
Halo Hardwired Smoke Detector
5 out of 5 stars
PennReviewed on 03/31/2017
I had a nasty house fire years ago with a newborn baby in the house. As a result, I take smoke detectors VERY seriously. I did a lot of research comparing hard-wired smoke detectors, and found that the Halo product is a superior product. Specifically, it is designed to detect smoldering fires as well as blazing fires. (My understanding is that Nest doesn't do this. Most fires start as smoldering fires, as did my house fire---as a result, I bought the Halo. I'm very impressed with it. It's well-built, made in the USA, and was a breeze to install. I'm planning on replacing all my smoke detectors with this model.