|Part number||KN-COB-LP2 9CO5-LP2|
|Power source type||Battery Powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||21025778 Carbon Monoxide Alarm Battery|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Department||Janitorial / Maintenance & Lunchroom Supplies|
|Item model number||KN-COB-LP2 9CO5-LP2|
|Product Dimensions||7.62 x 17.78 x 27.94 cm; 226.8 Grams|
Kidde Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarm |Battery Operated | Model # KN-COB-B-LP2 White
About this item
- Battery operated with 3 AA batteries included; provides protection during power outages
- Battery lockout system deters closing battery compartment without installation of batteries
- Test/reset button tests the unit for proper operation and resets the carbon monoxide alarm
- Kidde's carbon monoxide alarms meet the requirements of Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
- Model KN-COB-B-LPM is similar to 9CO5-LP
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Battery Operated Carbon Monoxide Alarm
The Kidde KN-COB-B-LPM Battery-Operated Carbon Monoxide Alarm is intended for continuous monitoring of carbon monoxide levels. The alarm features a piezoelectric horn that is rated at 85 dB at 10 ft. The alarm is battery operated for uninterrupted monitoring, even during power outages, and runs on 2 AA batteries, which are included.
Battery-operated carbon monoxide detector; no hardwiring required
Alarm will sound when dangerous levels of CO are detected
Test/reset button tests the unit for proper operation and resets the alarm
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If your unit is going to start failing, have it flash a little bit or behave oddly for a month or two before it starts beeping every 30 seconds. At least there's a chance that the tenant will let you know something is starting to go with the CO detector.
And FWIW, I have no idea if this actually detects. The only time these go off is when the batteries need to be replaced OR we hit the 10 year mark.