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Kidde KN-COEG-3 - Electrochemical Sensor Explosive Gas and CO Alarm - Operated by AC Plug-in and 9V Battery Backup

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You need a carbon monoxide alarm if you have a wood or gas fireplace, gas furnace, water heater, range or attached garage. Providing protection from propane, natural gas, and carbon monoxide poisoning.

 

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$56.90

Kidde KN-COEG-3 - Electrochemical Sensor Explosive Gas and CO Alarm - Operated by AC Plug-in and 9V Battery Backup

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Stock Code Kidde_900-0113-05
Brand Kidde
Family Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Part No 900-0113-05
UPC 047871113316
Rating 120V AC, 60Hz, 60mA, 9V Battery Backup
Voltage (V) 120
Amperage 60mA
Width (in) 8
Height (in) 12
Depth (in.) 6.25
Color White
Battery Back Up Yes
Battery Type: 9V Battery included
Start Temp. (Min) 40ºF (4.4ºC)
Start Temp. (Max) 100ºF (37.8ºC)
UL Listed UL, CSA listed
Case Quantity 6
Warranty 5 Years
Notes Sensor: Electrochemical
Cross Refefence Kidde Model# KN-COEG-3

Propane, Natural Gas and Carbon Monoxide Alarm

You need a carbon monoxide alarm if you have a wood or gas fireplace, gas furnace, water heater, range or attached garage.

Providing protection from propane, natural gas, and carbon monoxide poisoning.

Features:

  • AC Plug-in Operated – Easy to install - Just plug into an AC wall outlet. 
  • 9V Battery Backup (included) – Continuous protection in case of power failure. 
  • Test / Reset Button – Tests circuitry and resets alarm.
  • Digital Readout – Continuous display of CO levels. 
  • Peak Level Memory – Recalls the last highest recorded level of CO. 
  • Three Mounting Options - As a direct plug-in, as a table top unit, or as a wall mounted unit.

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