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Kidde carbon monoxide detector

  • Digital display shows the carbon monoxide level and updates the reading every 15 seconds

  • Peak level button displays the peak carbon monoxide level recorded by the alarm since it was last reset or unplugged

  • 9 volt battery backup provides protection even during power outages

  • Tamper resist feature - unit goes into constant alarm mode if it has been unplugged or comes loose from the power supply

  • 7 year end of life warning alerts user to replace CO detector after 7 years of operation (40 percent longer than other detectors)

More about the Kidde carbon monoxide detector

Kidde carbon monoxide alarmWhen placed on each level of your home, the Nighthawk carbon monoxide detector helps protect everyone in the house from CO exposure by giving an unmistakable audible signal when CO levels have reached an unhealthy point.

Easy-to-Read Digital Display Shows CO Levels

Featuring a small, sleek, discreet design that's suitable for all living areas, the Kidde carbon monoxide detector is preferred among CO alarms because of its digital display. This display clearly shows current levels of CO: from 30 to 999 ppm. It updates every 15 seconds, giving you an indication of any abrupt changes or alarming trends. The display also shows the peak CO level recorded by the alarm since it was last reset or unplugged.

Loud Alerts Signal Elevated CO Levels and Low Battery Life

The Kidde carbon monoxide detector immediately sounds a loud warning signal if CO has reached an elevated, unsafe level in your home, giving you plenty of time to leave the premises. You'll also hear a clearly audible alert when the product is nearing the end of its seven-year life, or the battery needs changing.

Battery Operated for Continuous Monitoring

For added convenience, the Kidde carbon monoxide detector also has a battery backup, which means you won't have to worry about power outages. Unlike many A/C units, the unit will monitor continuously without interruptions. And because it has a seven-year product life, it's able to provide protection up to 40 percent longer than other units.

User-Friendly, Protective Features

For added peace of mind, the Kidde carbon monoxide detector has a test/reset button that allows you to verify that the detector functioning properly, and a tamper-resistant feature that works by putting the unit into constant alarm mode if it has been unplugged or has come loose from the power outlet.

Compliancy and Warranty Information

The Kidde carbon monoxide detector is UL listed and is backed by a seven year limited warranty.

About Kidde: A UTC Fire and Security Brand

Renowned for global leadership in fire detection and suppression, Kidde provides solutions ranging from portable fire extinguishers to advanced industrial controls such as flame detection and explosion suppression systems. Kidde is a UTC Fire and Security brand, with a history that's rich with innovation, from the patent of the Chubb Detector Lock in 1818 to the development of the world's first wireless networked smoke detectors in 2004.

What's in the Box

Kidde carbon monoxide detector model 900-0234, 9-volt battery, mounting hardware, and installation guide.

Quick summary for the Kidde carbon monoxide detector

The Kidde carbon monoxide detector is an AC powered plug-in detector with battery back up and digital display, easy to install, reliable protection against the dangers of carbon monoxide, digital display feature adds an advanced level of protection showing carbon monoxide levels in parts per million (PPM), allows you to see if levels change, easy to understand written information and instructions, small sleek design, suitable for all living areas, 7 year limited warranty.

Protect your family with the Kidde Carbon Monoxide Detector, Long Life AC Powered with Battery Backup and Digital Display

 

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