• How to install the alarm and test the alarm?

    How to install the alarm and test the alarm?

    How to install the alarm and test the alarm? How to install the alarm? First, select the installation location of the alarm. Next, fasten the base to the wall or ceiling with the screws from the accessories provided with the alarm, then install the battery, and then screw the alarm to the base (Note... read more

    Apr 23,2022 News
  • Do you know the technical parameters of carbon monoxide alarms?

    Do you know the technical parameters of carbon monoxide alarms?

    Do you know the technical parameters of carbon monoxide alarms? Working voltage: main power: 220VAC, (50-60) HZ backup power: 24VAC (optional) Working temperature: 0-40℃ Working humidity: (10-95)% RH Power consumption: ≤5W per channel Detector input: four-wire combustible/toxic detector Alarm mode: ... read more

    Apr 15,2022 News
  • Do you know where the alarm can't be installed?

    Do you know where the alarm can't be installed?

    Do you know where the alarm can't be installed? In order not to damage the alarm, to provide an ideal protection, and to prevent unwanted alarms, please follow the instructions below where carbon monoxide alarms cannot be installed: It is not recommended to install alarms in garages, kitchens, or fu... read more

    Apr 08,2022 News
  • What precautions should be taken during installation?

    What precautions should be taken during installation?

    What precautions should be taken during installation? (1) The alarm probe is mainly the detection element that contacts the combustion gas sensor. It is composed of a platinum wire coil covered with alumina and a binder to form a spherical shape, and its outer surface is attached with rare metals su... read more

    Apr 02,2022 News
  • Where does carbon monoxide come from?

    Where does carbon monoxide come from?

    At home, appliances that help heat or cook food are the most likely sources of carbon monoxide, and cars running in garages can also produce dangerous carbon monoxide. As a by-product of combustion, carbon monoxide comes from automobiles, stoves, water heaters, fireplaces, wood stoves, carbon grills... read more

    Mar 24,2022 News