Nest Protect technical specifications

Here you will find specific details about your Google Nest Protect including dimensions, weight, maximum elevation, and more.

2nd gen Nest Protect

Nest protect 2nd gen plus side

  Nest Protect (Battery) Nest Protect (Wired

External button and connector

Nest button

Nest button
120V AC power connector

Weight

379 g

375 g

Power

Six Energizer Ultimate Lithium L91 AA

240V AC connector
Backup battery: Three Energizer Ultimate Lithium L91 AA

In the box

Nest Protect
Backplate
Mounting screws
User's Guide
Welcome Guide
Six long-life batteries (Energizer Ultimate Lithium L91 AA)

Nest Protect
Backplate
Mounting screws
User's Guide
Welcome Guide
240V AC connector
Three wire connectors
Three long-life backup batteries (Energizer Ultimate Lithium L91 AA)

Color

White

Size

Height: 13.4 cm
Width: 13.4 cm
Depth: 3.85 cm

Languages

Languages on the Nest Protect

Sensors

Split-Spectrum Sensor
Learn more
10 year electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor
Temperature
Humidity
Motion (120° field of view up to 20 feet)
Ambient light
Accelerometer
Microphone
Learn more

Speaker

2 Watt Speaker

Horn

85dB SPL at 10 feet (3 m)

Light ring

6 RGB Color ring

Wireless

802.11b/g/n (2.4GHz) Wi-Fi
802.15.4 (2.4GHz)
Bluetooth Low Energy

Connectivity requirements

Wi-Fi internet connection
Nest app (see requirements)
Phone or tablet running iOS or Android with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)

Certification

Nest Protect has been certified by SAI Global to comply with Australian Standards.

 

Nest Protect complies with AS-3786:2014 - Smoke alarms using scattered light, transmitted light, or ionization.

Warranty

2-year limited warranty

Operating

Ambient:

Temperature
40° to 100°F (4.4° to 38.8°C)

Humidity
Up to 90% RH unpackaged

Pressure
Up to 10,000 ft altitude

Storage

Ambient:

Temperature
-4° to 113°F (-20° to 45°C)

Humidity
Up to 80%RH in packaging

Pressure
Up to 15,000 ft altitude
 

Green

Contains no hazardous substances
RoHS compliant
REACH compliant
Recyclable packaging

Learn more at sustainability at Google

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