Gas Detector Wireless


CO Detector

Gas Leak Warning Alarm

Wireless independent Senson 

Smoke, Fire, Gas Sensor Warning Alarm With LCD Display

 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

Carbon monoxide is a silent killer. This product will help protect against CO exposure and also read the amount of CO gas that is emitted in the air.

1000’s of people that are treated in hospitals every year may not realize that it is produced from some of our everyday appliances.

It has no smell, no taste, and no sound, and neither people nor animals can tell when they are breathing it, but you may be exposed, feeling sick often and it can be fatal.

CO Poisoning is called the “Silent Killer” because often lives are lost silently and without any signs due to continuous exposure to CO gases. The symptoms are very similar to flu symptoms or food poisoning. Knowing the symptoms and having a quality CO detector installed are ways to protect your family and offer a safe and protected home.

READ BELOW FOR MORE ON CO SYMPTOMS

Product Specifications:

The Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarm supplied by SoteriaSafe  is battery-operated that includes a backlight digital display showing the ppt of carbon Monixide. This key feature adds an advanced level of protection and makes it a detector, an Alarm and a tool that can be used to measure the amounts of CO gases from various appliances before they cause symptoms.

Features:

  • Motorola IC control, Reliable without false alarming
  • Field audio and visible alarming – Volume: 85 decibel
  • Excellent reliability & high stability
  • CE and EN50291 Standard
  • Durable sensor head
  • Simple installation
  • Self test function
  • High Accuracy
  • Standby Current: <50µA
  • Alarm Current: <50mA
  • Standby Mode: Green Led flashes once every 30 seconds
  • Alarm Mode : Red Led quickly flashes 4 times with unit chirping every 5 seconds, then repeat,
  • Low-bat Indicator: Chirp every 30s as battery lower than 3.3V with green LED flashing and Lb on LCD
  • Mal-function Indicator: Chirp every 30s with green LED out and Err on LCD
  • Power consumption: 0.3mW
  • Powered By: 3 x AA Batteries (Not included)
  • A perfect item for protecting your family from the dangers of carbon monoxide.
  • Advanced level of protection, easy to read with the digital display, even in low light conditions.
  • Displays the level of carbon monoxide the unit is sensing.
  • Green LED: Flashes every 30 seconds to indicate the unit is operating properly. The green LED will also flash before CO reading is taken and when any button is pressed.
  • Red LED : When a dangerous level of carbon monoxide is detected the red LED will pulse and a loud alarm pattern will sound. The carbon monoxide alarm pattern is 4 short beeps, followed by 5 seconds of silence, followed by 4 short beeps with a corresponding red LED flash. This cycle will continue for 4 minutes and then change to 1 cycle every minute until the device is reset or the CO is eliminated.
  • Test/Reset button is designed for weekly testing if it works properly and reset the unit during CO alarm.
  • Alerts users when batteries needs to be replaced.

Price:

Rs.999 Rupees Only.

All Over Pakistan Delivery By TCS

This Price Included:

1 x Carbon Monoxide Alarm

1 x User Manual

2 x Screws

 


More Information Co-Detector

 

CO – Not only from Cars or wood-burners

In simple terms, CO is produced whenever a material burns. Homes with ANY fuel-burning appliances or attached garages are more likely to have CO problems Common sources of CO in our homes include fuel-burning appliances and devices such as:

  • Fireplaces, both gas and wood burning
  • Power tools and lawn equipment
  • Gas stoves and ovens
  • Furnaces or boilers
  • Power generators
  • Tobacco smoke
  • Water heaters
  • Clothes dryers
  • Motor vehicles
  • Wood stoves

 

For most people, the first signs of exposure include mild headache and breathlessness with moderate exercise. Continued exposure can lead to more severe headaches, dizziness, fatigue and nausea. Eventually symptoms may progress to confusion, irritability, impaired judgment and coordination, and loss of consciousness. The beginning symptoms of CO poisoning are sometimes compared to the symptoms of food poisoning. Depending on the level of CO, and length of exposure, you may experience any one or more of the following symptoms:

  • disorientation or confusion seizures
  • quick irregular heartbeat
  • weakness and clumsiness
  • nausea and vomiting
  • hearing loss
  • blurry vision
  • headache
  • chest pain
  • dizziness

Placement of CO detectors:

If your budget allows, the best protection and peace of mind comes from having a detector on every level of your home, near the sleeping quarters and addition detectors near fuel burning appliances. However, if cost is an issue, and you can afford only one detector, you showed install a detector in a hall close to your sleeping quarters.

What is CO ?

(Excerpts from US and Minnesota Department of Health)

Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless gas formed by the incomplete combustion of fuels. When people are exposed to CO gas, the CO molecules will displace the oxygen in their bodies and lead to poisoning.

The Problem with CO

Since CO has no odor, color or taste, it cannot be detected by our senses. This means that dangerous concentrations of the gas can build up indoors and humans have no way to detect the problem until they become ill. Furthermore, when people become sick the symptoms are similar to the flu, which can cause victims to ignore the early signs of CO poisoning. The CDC estimates that approximately 500 people die from unintentional CO exposure in the United States every year. In addition, the CDC also estimates that 8,000 to 15,000 people each year are examined or treated in hospitals for non-fire related CO poisoning. The good news is that carbon monoxide poisoning can be prevented with simple actions such installing a CO alarm and maintaining fuel burning appliances.

Symptoms of CO poisoning compared to the common flu

You can tell the difference between CO poisoning and the flu with these clues:

You feel better when you are away from home

Everyone is the home is sick at the same time (the flu is typically passed from person to person)

The family members most effected spend the most time in the house

Indoor pets appear ill

You don’t have a fever or body aches, and you don’t have swollen lymph nodes that are common with the flu and some other infections

Symptoms appear or seem to get worse when using fuel-burning equipment

 

CO PPM limits (NFPA)

Level of CO Health Effects, and Other Information
0 PPM Normal, fresh air.
9 PPM Maximum recommended indoor CO level (ASHRAE).
10-24 PPM Possible health effects with long-term exposure.
100 PPM Slight headache after 1-2 hours.
200 PPM Dizziness, naseau, fagitue, headache after 2-3 hours of exposure.
400 PPM Headache and nausea after 1-2 hours of exposure. Life threatening in 3 hours.
800 PPM Headache, nausea, and dizziness after 45 minutes; collapse and unconsciousness after 1 hour of exposure. Death within 2-3 hours.
1000 PPM Loss of consciousness after 1 hour of exposure.
1600 PPM Headache, nausea, and dizziness after 20 minutes of exposure. Death within 1-2 hours.
3200 PPM Headache, nausea, and dizziness after 5-10 minutes; collapse and unconsciousness after 30 minutes of exposure. Death within 1 hour.
6400 PPM Death within 30 minutes.
12,800 PPM Immediate physiological effects, unconsciousness. Death within 1-3 minutes of exposure.

 


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