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Qolsys IQ Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector (QS-5210-840)
Qolsys IQ Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector (QS-5210-840)
Item# QS-5210-840
List Price: $149.56
Your Price: $99.71

Qolsys QS-5210-840 Carbon Monoxide Detector:

The Qolsys IQ Carbon Monoxide QS-5210-840 is designed to protect individuals from the acute effects of carbon monoxide exposure. Carbon monoxide is a dangerous invisible gas which is important to monitor against. The detector consists of an electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor assembly coupled to a wireless transmitter. The QS-5210-840 can send alarm, tamper and battery condition messages to the IQ panel. This carbon monoxide device is operating 24-7, whether your system is armed or not, and can inform you of any danger ensuring you'll know exactly if and when danger is present in your home or business.

Product Features:

  • 3V Battery Powered
  • Alarm, Tamper and Battery Conditions
  • Wall or ceiling mounted
  • Connects using RF Security 319.5MHz
  • 5 year battery life (from the date of manufacture)

Qolsys QS-5210-840 Specifications:

  • Power Source : One 3-volt CR123A Panasonic Lithium Battery (included)
  • Audible Signal (temp 4 tone) : 85 dBA min. in alarm (at 10ft (3m))
  • Operating Current : 10uA
  • Temperature Range : 40°F (4.4°C) to 100°F (37.8°C)
  • Operating Humidity Range : 15&per; to 95&per; Relative Humidity, non-condensing
  • Pending Agency Listings : UL standard 2075, UL 2034 and CSA 6.19-01

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