|Product Depth (in.)||1.8 in||Product Height (in.)||6.1 in|
|Product Width (in.)||3.8 in|
|Alarm Type||Carbon Monoxide||Alarm/Detector Features||Battery Back-Up, Digital display|
|Alert Type||Siren||Battery Type Required||9-volt|
|Fixed or portable||Fixed||Included||Batteries|
|Pack Size||1||Power Source||Plug-In|
|Certifications and Listings||UL Listed|
A: Hello. Yes, it will. Mounting the CO and Gas alarm should depend on the type of explosive gas you intend to detect: If you are a user of natural gas, mount your CO and Gas alarm high on the wall (no closer than six inches from the ceiling) to ensure the earliest opportunity to detect a natural gas leak. If you are a user of propane, mount your CO and Gas alarm near the floor to ensure the earliest opportunity to detect a propane leak. This alarm will only indicate the presence of carbon monoxide, natural gas or propane at the sensor. Carbon monoxide, natural gas or propane may be present in other areas. The installation of this device should not be used as a substitute for proper installation, use and maintenance of fuel burning appliances, including appropriate ventilation and exhaust systems. It does not prevent CO or gas from occurring, nor can it solve and existing CO or gas problem.
A: Hello. That is the built-in extension cord. The plug comes out of the back of the alarm. There are tabs on either side of the plug. Spread the tabs away from the plug with thumbs and carefully turn the alarm over. This will allow the plug to slide out. With the plug removed, pull the power cord out and remove the twist tie. With the power cord extended, press the last few inches of the of the power cord into the groove under where the power cord was stored until the cord becomes taught and lays flat in the groove. Then you can put the battery door back on and you have a a corded alarm.
A: Hello. You should be able to dispose of it as you would normally dispose of electronics in your local area per your local disposal codes. Check with your local waste and recycling.