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Kidde Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Digital Display and 9-Volt Backup


Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Digital Display and 9-Volt Backup

  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Digital read out
  • Battery back up
$43.97 /each

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The Silent Killer: Potential Carbon Monoxide, Sources in Your Home
Potential Causes of CO 2

The digital readout of the Kidde Plug-In Digital Carbon Monoxide Alarm with 9-Volt Backup continuously displays carbon monoxide levels from 30 to 999 parts per million (PPM) and will sound an 85 dB alarm when dangerous levels are reached. The carbon monoxide level sensed is continuously displayed and updated every 15 seconds, and the peak level memory shows the highest level of carbon monoxide present since the last time the unit was reset or unplugged. Protection continues during power outages thanks to a 9-volt battery backup.

  • Plug-in carbon monoxide detector with digital readout
  • 85 dB alarm sounds when carbon monoxide reaches dangerous levels so you can protect your family
  • Test/reset button to check for proper operation and reset the unit
  • 9-volt battery backup provides protection during power outages
  • Displays carbon monoxide levels from 30 to 999 PPM
  • Updates digital reading every 15 seconds
  • Peak level memory displays highest carbon monoxide level recorded since previous reset or unplugging
  • Plugs into AC receptacles
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Name Plug In Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Back-Up Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Digital Display and 9-Volt Backup 10 Year Worry Free Plug-In CO Alarm for Living Area 10 Year Worry Free Plug-In CO Alarm for Hallway
Brand Kidde Kidde Kidde Kidde
Ratings (39) (111) (55) (55)
Commercial / Residential Residential Commercial / Residential Residential Residential
Alarm Type Carbon Monoxide Carbon Monoxide Carbon Monoxide Carbon Monoxide
Power Source Plug-In Plug-In Plug-In Plug-In
Alarm/Detector Features Battery Back-Up Battery Back-Up,Digital display 10-Year Battery,Battery Back-Up,Digital display,Hush Feature,Tamper Resistant 10-Year Battery,Battery Back-Up,Digital display,Escape Light,Hush Feature,Tamper Resistant
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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this ever need to be replaced?

It won't stop beeping like every 30 seconds.
Asked by: Michele
First, check your battery. From Kidde's website: "The unit shall also indicate a low battery warning utilizing each of the following methods: a blinking dot will be displayed and the sounder will chirp every 15 seconds, the display will alternate between “Lb” (low battery) and CO reading while chirping". Next, depending on how old the unit is (typically > 5 years old), the gas sensor gives out, and chirps as well. If neither of these solutions solves the problem, go to Kidde's website and see the support section for more answers.
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2016-11-20

Where is the best place to install the alarm. I have mine in the kitchen. Should it be in the hall way??

Asked by: Bunny
The best place to put a CO alarm is in your bedroom. If it goes off, you want to be sure it wakes you up; even from a deep sleep.
Answered by: FireProof
Date published: 2017-01-04

I have LP propane gas heat in my house. Will this detector sense any a gas leak near the unit?

I have LP gas. Would this sensor pick up if there is any leakage of gas in the area? I don't know if the off put of LP gas is carbon Monoxide.
Asked by: questioner
I think you're asking two different questions. If you have a model that detects combustible gasses as well as CO, then yes it will detect leaking natural gas and LP gas. Carbon monoxide (CO) is the same, no matter what is burning. CO is produced by incomplete combustion of anything flammable.
Answered by: FireProof
Date published: 2017-01-04

What would happen if you did not connect a battery to the alarm detector? Would it automatically sense LOW BATTERY and continously beep?

Asked by: Doctor
Answered by: FireProof
Date published: 2017-01-04
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