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First Alert CO600 Carbon Monoxide Detector and Alarm (direct plug)

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Price: $32.40
MFR: First Alert
Part #: CO600
First Alert CO600 / FCD2N Carbon Monoxide Detector and Alarm (direct plug)

First Alert® direct plug carbon monoxide alarm is easy to install. Just plug it in. Installation couldn't be easier. Once installed, it uses 40% less electricity than other brands of plug-in alarms.

The First Alert CO600 (replaces the FCD2N) is a basic plug-in carbon monoxide (CO) detector with an 85-decibel alarm. The CO600 has a test/reset button for testing and temporarily silencing the alarm, a red alarm indicator light, a yellow service indicator light, a green power indicator light, and a 5-year limited warranty. This alarm lacks a battery backup--which in most cases is not necessary because heat sources, such as most furnaces, dryers, water heaters, and electric space heaters, will all shut off when power is lost.

A wood burning fire, furnace, or other combustion heaters are exceptions because they can still generate CO with power off. Therefore, the CO600 would be a better choice for a house heated with wood, coal, or similar fuels. This alarm is recommended for use in hallways and living areas. A manual is included with the unit.

  • Plug & Protect - alarm plugs into any standard 120v ac outlet with no additional mounting
  • Mute button - mutes unnecessary alarms. also tests alarm function with same button
  • Electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor - most accurate technology available for Detecting Carbon Monoxide* *compared to other common sensing technologies
  • End of detector life timer - alarm chirps when it is time to replace it
  • Loud 85db alarm
  • 5-year limited warranty - carbon monoxide alarms should be replaced every 5 years for maximum protection


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