Kidde KN-COB-DP2 Carbon Monoxide Detector, AC Plug-In w/Battery Back-Up

by Kidde
$ 27.90
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Kidde Carbon Monoxide Detector, AC Plug-In comes with battery back-up. This kidde carbon monoxide detector is tamper resistant. The 2AA batteries helps to make sure that there is continued protection in case of a power outage. This carbon detector has memory. If you see a green led light this indicates that the alarm is receiving power and is working correctly. The red light indicates that the alarm is in alarm mode. The loud 85 decibel alarm alerts of deadly CO gas. You can easily test and reset the alarm at any time by pushing the test and reset button. The test button tests the unit. The reset button will reset the carbon monoxide alarm. This Kidde carbon monoxide alarm comes with a 10 year warranty. With such features like these it is no wonder why kidde is one of the leading provider of carbon and smoke detectors out there in the market.

  • Tamper Resist Feature – Can be activated to cause unit to go into alarm if it has been unplugged or has come loose from the outlet.

  • 2 AA Battery Backup – Provides continuous protection even during power outages.

  • Low Battery Hush - Silences low battery chirp warning for up to 12 hours in order to maintain protection without having to replace the batteries at an inconvenient time.

  • Event Memory - If the unit has detected CO concentrations of 100ppm or greater, the green LED will flash every 10 seconds.

  • Battery Pull tab - Eliminates battery installation time.

  • Loud 85 Decibel Alarm - Alerts of deadly CO gas.

  • Green LED - Indicates alarm is receiving power and operating properly.

  • Red LED - Illuminates when in alarm mode.

  • Test/Reset Button – Tests the unit for proper operation. Resets the Carbon Monoxide alarm.

  • 10-Year End of Life Warning – Alerts user to replace CO alarm after 10-years of operation. (40% longer than other CO alarms)

  • UL Listed – Listed by UL as a Single Station Carbon Monoxide Alarm.


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