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$38.01 Plug-In Explosive Gas and Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Digital Display

Homedepot offers Plug-In Explosive Gas and Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Digital Display for $38.01 (reg. $49.99) plus shipping.

Product Features:
  • First Alert plug-in combination natural, methane, propane gas and carbon monoxide detector with battery operated backup. Household multi gas detectors and explosive gas leakage detectors from First Alert. Backlit display for easy reading. Plugs into any standard outlet with no additional mounting necessary. Six foot line cord offers multiple placement options. Battery backup ensures alarm works even during power outages. Digital display illuminates hazard level when in alarm or when any button is pressed. Remote mute silences nuisance alarms by pressing any button on a standard household remote control (remote not included). Single button also tests alarm functions. Uses an electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor-the most accurate technology available. 7-year limited warranty. Meets UL standards. Meets code.3-way detection of combustible gas
  • Plug in protection from combustible gas leakage and carbon monoxide
  • Detector has remote controlled mute
  • EZ view backlit digital display
  • Battery powered backup
  • Alarm mute button
  • EZ access battery door
  • Low battery signal mute
  • Electrochemical multi gas sensor
  • End of detector life timer
  • 9-Volt battery included
  • 2 AA batteries (not included) required in addition to the 9-Volt battery
  • 7-year limited warranty
  • America's most trusted brand in home safety
  • 120-Volt AC 6 ft. cord plug-in
  • Info & GuidesSDS
  • Use and Care Manual
  • You will need AdobeĀ® Acrobat Reader to view PDF documents. Downloada free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Thanks Rich123

Category: Tools & Home Improvement

Posted on 08 September 2016, 03:57 PM
Rich123
posted by Rich123
08 September 2016, 03:57 PM
Rich123
Rich123 8 Sep 2016, 4:00 PM
I have one of these in my basement near the gas water heater and gas furnace. I also have one in my bedroom. i also have smoke detectors in all of the bedrooms.

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