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Stop Appliance Fires Before They Start

Protect your home by installing the 15 amp Safety Interlock Outlet with Smoke and Heat Sensor

Stop Appliance Fires Before They Start

Protect your home by installing the Safety Interlock Outlet with Smoke and Heat Sensor

The Facts: Fire and Smoke in the Home

A Consumer Reports analysis of National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) showed more than half of all house fires (approximately 69,000) throughout a seven-year span had appliances –like dishwashers, refrigerators and microwaves– listed as the primary cause.

How It Works

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Docking Drawer’s 15 amp Safety Interlock Outlet is a single gang electrical outlet featuring one NEMA 5-15 receptacle and one interlock switch connector. Mount the Smoke and Heat Sensor inside any enclosed or semi-enclosed space to de-energize the outlet (and power off any connected devices) when smoke or rapidly rising heat is detected. 

ETL Listed for the US and Canada

Conformance: UL60730, UL498, EN61558, EN60730, EN62386

Applications

Microwaves

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Dishwashers

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Appliance Garages

appliance garage smoke sensor

Gas Dryers

gas dryer outlet fire safety

3D Printers

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Battery Chargers

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AV Closets

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General Closets

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Vacuum Charging Closets

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Attics

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Crawl Spaces

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Shop 15 amp Safety Interlock Outlet with Smoke & Heat Sensor

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15 amp Safety Interlock Outlet with Smoke and Heat Sensor

$119

Quick Specs

“That’s the beauty of your [product]! It activates at the earliest possible moment and kills the power creating the opportunity for either self-extinguishment, or better yet, no fire at all. I teach a monthly fire extinguisher class where I tell the students that “if you can de-energize the equipment, 90% or the majority of time the fire will self-extinguish.”

– RICH D.  RETIRED FIRE CHIEF