Status Digital Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarm, White

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Requiring 3 x AA batteries (included), the quality Carbon Monoxide Alarm has an expected lifespan of 10 years from date of install, and has a sticker on it so you can write the date you fitted it in your home. It is recommended that at least one CO alarm is present on each level of your home. Ideally you should install a carbon monoxide alarm in every room which is used as living accommodation that contains a fixed combustion appliance, such as a boiler, fireplace, etc. Since 2022, landlords now have to ensure that a carbon monoxide alarm is fitted in any room used as living accommodation which contains a fixed combustion appliance (excluding gas cookers).

Product Features:

  • Status Digital Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarm - White
  • Provides an early warning of the presence of carbon monoxide in your home
  • Loud 85 dB alarm is loud enough to alert you of dangerous CO levels even whilst sleeping
  • LCD display
  • Low battery warning
  • Test button
  • Easy to install - no wiring required, two wall plugs and screws supplied
  • Requires 3 x AA batteries (supplied)

Product Specifications:

  • Device: Type B
  • Alarming Decibel: 85dB/3M
  • Unit Lifespan: 10 Years (Approx.)
  • CO Display: 25ppm-550ppm(+/−10%)
  • Working Temperature: 0°C - 45°C
  • Detection Method: Electrochemical
  • CO Alarm Level: 50ppm: 60-90mins, 100ppm: 10-40mins, 300ppm: <3mins
  • Dimensions: H 78mm x W 110mm x D 37mm
  • Complies to BS EN50291-1:2018

What is Carbon Monoxide?

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a colourless, tasteless, odourless, non-irritating lethal gas produced as a by-product during incomplete combustion of fuels due to there being insufficient oxygen present. Complete combustion occurs when sufficient oxygen is present and leads to the production of carbon dioxide. Most combustion processes (natural or man-made) produce some carbon monoxide. Toxic CO levels can occur suddenly or accumulate slowly over time. That's why lifesaving Carbon Monoxide Alarms utilise technology that is equally effective under both conditions.

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