Fire alarm sounders, strobe lights recalled over safety concerns

Recalled Honeywell products (CPSC)

Honeywell has recalled nearly 30,000 fire alarms with strobe lights over reports of them putting out no sound or low sound output during installation.

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Honeywell is recalling its System Sensor L-series low frequency Sounders and Strobes for residential apartments and commercial buildings.

This comes after two reports of the sensors and strobe lights malfunctioning, which increases the risk of injury during a fire. No injuries have been reported in connection with this recall.

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The sensors and strobe lights were sold from March 2023 through April 2023 for $107.

A Honeywell office in Atlanta, Georgia, US, on Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023. Honeywell International Inc. released earnings figures on October 26. Photographer: Elijah Nouvelage/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The model number, date codes, and "System Sensor" are printed on the product label and cartel, including: HWL-LF, HWL-FL-BP10, HGWL-LF-BP10, and P2WL-LF.

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The CPSC said customers should replace the sounders immediately and contact the firm to arrange for a free inspection and a free pair.