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Nest Protect “steam check”

Rick_F
Community Member

Is there a downside to enabling “Steam Check”, especially if the device is not near a bathroom shower?

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davidking
Gold Product Expert
Gold Product Expert

There's a whitepaper on it here but essentially, no. If an event appears similar to real smoke or fire, even if it's caused by pure steam, the alarm will still sound.

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davidking
Gold Product Expert
Gold Product Expert

There's a whitepaper on it here but essentially, no. If an event appears similar to real smoke or fire, even if it's caused by pure steam, the alarm will still sound.