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Richard Taylor

How much sooner will photoelectric detector sound in slow smoldering fire that an ionization.

Josh Mac

okay so I get that photoelectric alarms are better than ionization, but what if we have a smoke detector like the one listed below. How do these typically work, and should I replace it with just a regular smoke detector?

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