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Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
HKTDC Exhibitor
Siterwell Electronics Co., Limited
Zhejiang, Mainland China
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SUPPLIER INFO LAST UPDATED: Aug 21, 2020
ADVERTISE SINCE: Jan 31, 2017
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Model No.:
GS808
Description

The carbon monoxide detector or CO detector is a device that detects the presence of the carbon monoxide (CO) gas in order to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. It is able to measure CO levels over time and sound an alarm before dangerous levels of CO accumulate in an environment, giving people adequate warning to safely ventilate the area or evacuate. It is designed with a LCD display and three LED indicators for ease of use.

  • LCD display (20-999 PPM).
  • With TUV EN50291 certification.
  • Figaro/Nemoto/sixth sense sensor.
  • Power Supply: DC 9V battery operated.
  • Sensitivity Setting: EN50291 standard.
  • Standby Current: <80μA.
  • Alarm Current: <35mA Introduction.
  • CO gas is often referred to as the "silent killer" because it is virtually undetectable without using detection technology.
  • Elevated levels of CO can be dangerous to humans depending on the amount present and length of exposure. Smaller concentrations can be harmful over longer periods of time while increasing concentrations require diminishing exposure times to be harmful.
  • Some system-connected detectors also alert a monitoring service that can dispatch emergency services if necessary.
  • While CO detectors do not serve as smoke detectors and vice versa, dual smoke/CO detectors are also sold. Smoke detectors detect the smoke generated by flaming or smoldering fires, whereas CO detectors detect and warn people about dangerous CO buildup caused, for example, by a malfunctioning fuel-burning device.
  • In the home, some common sources of CO include open flames, space heaters, water heaters, blocked chimneys or running a car inside a garage.
  • Optional sensor.

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