Nest Protect has been tested to comply with certification standards in the United States, Canada, European Union, United Kingdom and Australia.
The reliability of your smoke and carbon monoxide alarm is critical to your safety. Certification is a rigorous process—we filed pages and pages of specifications with leading safety certification agencies in several different countries to prove that Nest Protect works the way we say it does.
Nest Protect has been tested to comply with safety standards set out by the following:
- Underwriters Laboratories Inc.
- California State Fire Marshal
- Canadian Standards Association
- UL International (UK) Ltd.
- Standards Australia
Nest Protect complies with all of the following smoke and carbon monoxide alarm standards:
- UL 2034 - “Single and Multi Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms”
- UL 217 - “Single and Multi Station Smoke Alarms”
- CSA 6.19-01 - “Residential carbon monoxide alarming devices”
- CAN-ULC-S531-02 “Standard for Smoke Alarms”
- EN-14604:2005 - “Smoke alarm devices”
- EN-50271:2010 - “Electrical apparatus for the detection and measurement of combustible gases, toxic gases or oxygen”
- EN-50291-1:2010 - “Electrical apparatus for the detection of carbon monoxide in domestic premises”
- EN-50292 - Electrical apparatus for the detection of carbon monoxide in domestic premises — Guide on the selection, installation, use and maintenance”
- AS 3786-2014 - “Smoke alarms using scattered light, transmitted light or ionization”