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American Sensor 120 VAC HARDWIRE SA379

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Catégorie : Alarme incendie

WHERE TO LOCATE SMOKE ALARMS WARNING ! This smoke alarm is suitable for residential Alarm-Pause® period, the smoke alarm should “beep” DICON GLOBAL INC. SHALL HAVE NO basement smoke alarm may not detect a fire which started on use. It is not to be connected to a approximately once every 45 seconds to alert the household that LIABILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY As a minimum, smoke alarms should be located between the first or second floor. commercial or industrial fire alarm panel. the

American Sensor 770LBX

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Interconnect units within a single family residence only. Otherwise all households will experience unwanted alarms when you test any unit in the series. Interconnected units will only work if they are wired to compatible units and all requirements are met. The wiring shall be in accordance with the provision of Articles 210 and 3003 (B) of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. The resistance of the interconnecting wiring shall be a maximum of 10 ohms. This unit is designed to be compatible

American Sensor CB100

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CB100 INSTRUCTION MANUAL Page 1 This manual contains instructions for installing your American Sensors™ relay module. The relay module is ULC listed as an accessory for use only with American Sensors™ interconnectable smoke alarms in the 470L, 670L and 770L series, plus models SA360, SA379, ESA5011 and combination CO/Smoke alarm model C0S2010. WARNING: This relay will not operate without continuous AC power. Do not use with battery backup units. CAUTION: Do not interconnect Model No. CB100 t

American Sensor CO900

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Young children and household pets may be the first affected. Exposure during sleep is particularly dangerous because the victim usually does not awaken. The amount of carbon monoxide in the air is measured as ppm (parts per million). The graph below shows the important relationship between carbon monoxide in the air, exposure time and health effects. For most people, mild symptoms generally will be felt after several hours of exposure to 100 ppm of carbon monoxide. Higher levels will lead to mor

American Sensor CO910

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Exposure Times The carbon monoxide concentrations and time standards for the alarms are as follows: The Full Alarm Activates • Within 60–240 minutes at exposures of 70 ppm • Within 10–50 minutes at exposures of 150 ppm • Within 4–15 minutes at exposures of 400 ppm WARNING: O. Warranty Information 5 Year Limited Warranty Dicon Global Inc., which manufactures American Sensors Carbon Monoxide Alarms, warrants its product, to the original consumer purchaser, to be free from defects in material and w

American Sensor CO920

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This will silence the alarm for up to 6 minutes. If the unit re-alarms after reset it confirms the ongoing presence of harmful levels of carbon monoxide. I. How can you replace your back-up battery? How to replace the battery 1. Unplug alarm from outlet; battery is at the bottom on back of unit 2. Push battery to left to remove from plastic spring 3. Remove existing 9 volt battery 4. Insert fresh 9 volt battery into terminals. Push battery and wires back into enclosure. Use only recommended batt

American Sensor COS2010

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Catégorie : Alarme incendie

carbon monoxide in the air, exposure time and health effects. ceiling. A. INTRODUCING THE AMERICAN SENSORS COS2010 • Keep your family in a pre-arranged meeting place after your escape. For most people, mild symptoms generally will be felt after several hours Dirt and Blockage • In high humidity areas such as bathrooms and attics, place at least 10 If you have any questions regarding this unit , call CARBON MONOXIDE & SMOKE ALARM feet (3 m) away from bathrooms. of exposure to 100 ppm of carbon mo

American Sensor ESA5010

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ground fault interrupter. It is highly recommended that smoke 3. Press and hold the test button until the alarm sounds. NOTE: It lightning, children playing with matches, or arson. • In the center of a room or hallway: As it is impossible to predict alarms be wired on a separate circuit (one with no other lights or may be necessary to press the test button for up to 20 seconds for anthe source of a fire. If it is necessary to place the alarm on a wall, appliances) to ensure maximum reliability o

American Sensor ESA5011

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Determine that the initiating alarm triggers other alarms in the violent explosions, escaping gas, improper storage of flammable next alarm. wire. NOTE: The SA360 and ESA5011 are interconnectable system. with up to 11 other units. materials, overloaded electrical circuits, natural causes such as • In the center of a room or hallway: As it is impossible to predict 7. Model ESA5011: Pressing the test button activates the relay. lightning, children playing with matches, or arson. the source of a fi

American Sensor LP401

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The alarm sounds. To reset the alarm, turn the 12 Volt supply off, wait ten seconds, then turn it on again. A. Why should you be concerned about propane gas? Propane gas is a colorless, flammable gas that can be explosive if it escapes and builds up. Propane is stored as a liquid under pressure, so most likely sources of leaks are in the connections to propane tanks for propane-pow-ered heaters, stoves, refrigerators, furnaces, and barbecues. When propane leaks, it becomes a gas and can be i





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