Hoping this is a simple request - the local fire department requires a UL Lister Smoke/Heat detector to sign off on my Tesla Powerwall Install. Struggling to get a straight answer?
Yes, Nest Protect complies with UL standards. Details here:https://support.google.com/product-documentation/answer/9243851
@David_K, thanks for the help!
@dicch01, would like to follow up if you were able to read the solution above. Let me know if you have other questions.
Thanks for the help here, davidking and Nikki.
dicch01, it's us again. How's it going? Still need help?
I think so thank you. I need to confirm with the local fire marshal. Last think I want to do is to have to remove al the nests :(.
We understand. Keep us posted once you get replies from them.
It's me again? How's it going? Have you reached out already to your local fire department?
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