First Alert CO614 Reviews

first alert co614 reviews

First Alert CO614 is a standard carbon monoxide detector. It is a plug-in type detector with battery back up. This feature ensures continuous detection against carbon monoxide even during power black out.

First Alert CO614 has a digital display to show detected carbon monoxide level in ppm unit. The indicated level is easy to read. This feature and double power source should give you enough confidence to choose this product as your best choice.

However, it had better for you to get detail features of this product. So, keep reading this First Alert CO614 reviews.

First Alert CO614 Reviews

With electrochemical sensor, First Alert CO614 offers accurate detection against carbon monoxide. As you may already know, this type of sensor is one of the most accurate detecting technology used in the world.

First Alert CO614 has a slightly different shape from other carbon monoxide detectors from First Alert. I like the appearance. I can say that its shape is like carbon monoxide detector from Kidde.

Here are the complete features of First Alert CO614, a dual power carbon monoxide detector:

  • Easy to install, no complicated wiring
  • Worry-free, with dual power source
  • 9V battery back up
  • 85 dB horn alarm and light for carbon monoxide detection
  • End life audible alarm
  • Test and silence in single button
  • Peak concentration recall button
  • LED power indicator for ensuring it is running
  • Required voltage 120V, 60 Hz
  • Interconnect-able with 18 units of First Alert smoke detector, carbon monoxide detector and heat detector.
  • Meets UL2034 standard


Source: Advice about CO Gas

The original article can be seen here http://www.cogashub.com

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