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Wisualarm Smart Carbon Monoxide Alarm With 7-year Replaceable battery

· High-performance Figaro electrochemical CO sensor to deliver accurate detection of carbon monoxide leakage and respond quickly.
· Long standby time, low power consumption, 10-year battery life.
· Support low battery warning, one-click silence, and self-test.
· Informative and easy-to-read CO concentration display in screen.
· Three indicator lights for displaying device status clearly.
· Excellent production, novel appearance, delicate and compact, simple and convenient installation.
· SKU number: DHI-HY-GC20B-R8
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How a Caron Monoxide detector works?

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What is the source of Carbon Monoxide?

The common sources of Carbon Monoxide (CO) are cookers, fires, boilers, oil and gas boilers, portable generators, oil or solid fuel cookers, gas or paraffin heaters, barbecues (BBQs), clogged chimneys, wood or gas fireplaces, cigarette smoke or any fossil fuel‑burning appliances.

What should I do if my Carbon Monoxide alarm goes off?

 If your CO alarm is in alarm mode, you should follow the following steps:1. Ventilate your home by opening doors and windows;2. Turn off the fuel-burning appliances;Evacuate your home immediately and call the local emergency number;

Why should I install a Carbon Monoxide alarm at home?

The only method to hear an audible warning when carbon monoxide (CO) is present in your home or while you're away on vacation is with a carbon monoxide alarm.CO is a gas that cannot be seen, tasted, or smelt but can cause disease, death, and CO poisoning. It develops in our houses when the fuel in appliances like boilers, stoves, and ovens is not entirely burned. The possibility of CO being present can be decreased but not entirely eliminated by routine maintenance on certain goods.

What is the power supply of this Carbon Monoxide alarm?

This carbon monoxide alarm is powered by the CR123A lithium battery with 10-year battery life

How do I know whether there is the CO leakage in my room?

Once carbon monoxide leaks in your room, the CO alarm will beeps every second with red LED flashes and the LCD screen will show the concentration directly.

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