BRK Model CO910 is a battery-operated, 3V lithium power cell single station CO alarm specifically designed for residential and institutional applications including sleeping rooms of hospitals, hotels, motels, dormitories, and other multifamily dwellings as defined in standard NFPA 101. Model CO910 has been fully tested and complies with, UL2034 CSFM, NFPA 720, NFPA 101 and other agencies that model their codes after the above agencies. It meets building codes where tamperproof 10-year sealed lithium battery operated CO alarms are required and with model building codes published by the ICC.
BRK Model CO910 is a state of the art CO alarm designed to provide early warning of a carbon monoxide danger. It features an electrochemical CO sensor, an 85dB horn, a sealed 10-year lithium power cell power supply that is permanently installed, a full function test switch, a silence feature to silence unwanted nuisance alarms, a red LED light that indicates DC power or alarm. The tamperproof design will not allow the powercell to be removed. The low power warning indicator will cause the alarm to “chirp” when it reaches the end of its service life and needs to be replaced. Upon end of life, the unit meets UL requirements for disabling the alarm and non-reinstallation of unit to mounting bracket. It also features a tamper resistant locking pin that locks alarm to the mounting bracket. Perfect for apartment, dormitory or hotel applications. The compact, low profile design complements any décor. Designed for wall or ceiling mounting. Includes mounting
anchors and screws.
- 10-Year Lithium Power - 10 years of continuous protection. No battery change required.
- Tamperproof Sealed Alarm - Powercell cannot be removed.
- Electrochemical CO Sensor - The most accurate technology available for detecting carbon monoxide as compared to other sensing technologies.
- Silence feature
- Tamper-resistant mounting bracket - Locks alarm to the mounting bracket. Perfect for apartment and dormitory applications
- 10-Year Limited Warranty
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