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Safe-T-Alert 70-742-BR Brown Dual CO/LP Gas Alarm

Safe-T-Alert CO/LP Gas Alarm


 
: $108.74
MFG P/N: 70-742-BR
MFG: Safe-T-Alert
UPC #: 715456707433
Weight (lbs): 1
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Description
 
Safe-T-Alert offers your family double the protection with their Dual Carbon Monoxide and LP Gas Detector. This single unit will alert you to both unsafe levels of both CO and LP gases. Now you can defend against two threats instead of just one.
  • Meets 1/1/05 requirements set by RVIA for new RV's requiring both Propane detectors and CO alarms
  • Detects carbon monoxide, propane, and methane gases
  • Rest and mute alarm while safety and corrective actions are taken
  • One touch tests all detector functions
  • Alarm is fully operational during mute cycle and will re-alarm if hazardous conditions reoccur
  • RV 12 volt hard wired model prevents accidental disconnection during alarm
  • UL listed for RV's and unconditioned areas
  • 12 V operational range 7-16 V
  • Includes manual and mounting screws
  • Flush mount 6.5"W x 3.5"H x 1.4"D
  • One year limited warranty

Safe-T-Alert Brown Dual CO/LP Gas Alarm

Additional Product Information
To protect your family, you should test your CO/LP gas detector every week. Alarms that do not work will not alert you to hazardous levels of CO or explosive gas. Check all fuel burning equipment in your RV, boat or home including gas water-heaters, kitchen gas stoves, space heaters, gas dryers and all pilot lights. Check the color of the pilot flame. The color should be blue. Make regular visual inspections of your motorhomes engine and generator exhaust system. Cracked exhaust systems can allow CO to enter the living area. Although gas engines and generators produce CO, a poorly tuned engine and generator will produce greater amounts CO. If you smell unusual odors you may have a gas leak, immediately call a local propane gas supplier or fire department to check for possible leaks.