2GIG Wireless CO Detector The 2GIG Wireless CO Detector features included lithium battery; Built-in 85 decible sounder; Tamper protected case; Full monitoring of alarm, low battery, and tamper conditions; End-of-life detector; ETL listed.
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Carbon Monoxide Detector
Colorless, tasteless, odorless but deadly, carbon monoxide (CO) is impossible to detect without a warning device. The 2GIG-CO3-345 - 2GIG Wireless CO Carbon Monoxide Detector works flawlessly with the 2GIG Go! Control alarm control panel for double the protection from this quiet, life-threatening substance.
Loud and Proud
This Carbon Monoxide Detector features a long-lasting lithium battery and a built-in 85 dB sounder. It is wireless and connects to the 2GIG Go! Control alarm control panel to link to the rest of your new smart home. Its modern design keeps it flush with home decor and with other smoke, heat and freezer detectors.
ETL Listed, this Carbon Monoxide alarm is designed with safety and standard, complying with all carbon monoxide detector laws. If your battery runs low, the CO detector features an End-of-life detector. It is housed in a tamper protected case should somebody try to tamper with it.
Where to place Carbon Monoxide Detector:
Although many people choose to place a carbon monoxide detector right next to where they would large amounts of the substance would gather- next to a fireplace for example- it's actually safer practice to keep them about 5 feet high on a wall in your home or on the ceiling. Especially near your bedroom or your sleeping space.
How do you get carbon monoxide poisoning?
Carbon Monoxide is often associated with gasoline powered equipment- or appliances in your home that use some sort of heat. CO (Carbon Monoxide) is produced by the incomplete burning of various fuels. Wood stoves, fire places and water heaters are prime examples of CO habitats. Unbelievably, on average 170 people in the U.S. die per year from CO produced by non-automotive consumer products (CPSC.gov).
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