CO/LP Gas Alarm White Flush Mount

$175.76

Features:

  • Double-Duty Alarm – Detects both gas leaks and CO gas simultaneously
  • Reliable – 12 Volt power means no missing or dead batteries to replace
  • Durable – Built for the extreme RV environment
  • Approved – Meets RVIA/NFPA requirements
  • Listed to UL 1484 RV and UL 2034 RV
  • Upgrades single 12 Volt Propane Gas alarms to a dual alarm that detects both Propane Gas and CO
  • Model 35-742 flush mount can replace Safe-T-Alert LP Gas alarm 30-442 models and CCI Controls models 7770 & 7773 without modifications
  • Fully operational during mute cycle and will re-alarm if hazardous conditions recur

1 in stock (can be backordered)

SKU: FR10-4222 Category:

Features:

  • Double-Duty Alarm – Detects both gas leaks and CO gas simultaneously
  • Reliable – 12 Volt power means no missing or dead batteries to replace
  • Durable – Built for the extreme RV environment
  • Approved – Meets RVIA/NFPA requirements
  • Listed to UL 1484 RV and UL 2034 RV
  • Upgrades single 12 Volt Propane Gas alarms to a dual alarm that detects both Propane Gas and CO
  • Model 35-742 flush mount can replace Safe-T-Alert LP Gas alarm 30-442 models and CCI Controls models 7770 & 7773 without modifications
  • Fully operational during mute cycle and will re-alarm if hazardous conditions recur

Dual CO/Propane Gas Alarm Testing Procedures:

  • Check date code on alarm. Replace if date has expired
  • Test electronics of device – The TEST button tests all ELECTRICAL functions of the alarm. It does not check the sensor operation. The alarm may be tested at any time. The TEST button is located on the front of the alarm. Press and hold the test button for 1 second. The alarm is working properly if the GREEN indicator light changes color to RED and the horn beeps 4 times. The Gas LED should also blink RED. IMPORTANT – If this alarm does not test properly return it immediately for repair or replacement
  • Test CO sensor – Use a can of SAFE-T-ALERT CO test gas to test the 400 PPM calibration point using the test chamber included with can. DO NOT TRY TO GENERATE CO TO TEST THE ALARM
  • Test Propane Gas sensor – Use Propane or Butane Gas to test the gas sensor. Note: It may take up to 10 seconds for the alarm to sound
  • Review RV Safety Alarm Testing Procedures with renters and buyers
Weight2 lbs
Dimensions10 × 9 × 3 in