Kidde Carbon Monoxide Alarm

Stock Number: ES1540697

Manufactured by Kidde

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Carbon Monoxide Alarm

This Kidde alarm protects against the dangers of deadly carbon monoxide levels in the home and provides continuous monitoring of CO levels.

Carbon monoxide is a colourless, tasteless and odourless gas and can be produced from poorly maintained or badly fitted domestic heating appliances such as boilers, wall heaters, wood burners, blocked flues or exhaust vents.

The symptoms of CO poinsoning include headaches, sickness, tiredness and muscle pain - all of which can easily be misdiagnosed as flu. It is therefore important to protect your family and home with a carbon monoxide alarm.

Specification:

  • Provide you and your family with a loud warning signal against the dangers of deadly carbon monoxide levels in your home
  • Battery Operated (3x AA included), providing protection during power cut
  • Two LED's: Red - lluminates when in alarm mode, Green - DC power is present, normal operation
  • Test/Reset Button: Tests CO alarm operation and allows you to immediately silence the alarm
  • Continuously monitors CO levels detected
  • Multiple mounting options allowing installation on a wall or as a tabletop unit for added convenience
  • Tests the unit for proper operation. Resets the Carbon Monoxide alarm
  • End of Life Alarm Alerts user to replace the alarm after 7-years protection

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Rated 4.3 out of 5 (3 customers)
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    By - Norfolk

    It was just what I wanted. Very easy to fit. Very happy with it.
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    By - London, UK

    Easy to install batteries. Still too new to review the Article.

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