Connected CO Detector

A CO detector that is connected to your home security system can perceive this invisible, silent, and odorless killer and give you and your family the time to escape to safety, even those with paws and claws. The best protection available is a CO detector that sends its signal back to a location where it is monitored and watched. A system connected CO detector can track intermittent CO releases that might otherwise go undetected with a standalone detector. You protect your family from the household poisons you can see and smell and touch. With a 24-hour carbon monoxide detection system, you can protect your family from those poisons you can’t


The symptoms of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning are subtle at first and familiar to many of us: headache, fatigue, disorientation, nausea. If you are asleep, it is unlikely that you will realize what is happening to you and your loved ones.

Some CO facts you need to know

  • A small amount of CO can poison you over a long period of time.
  • A large amount of CO can poison you over a short period of time.
  • 89 percent of all reported non-fire CO incidents are residential.

Carbon monoxide, a chemical byproduct of combustion, can enter your home through a faulty gas vent pipe from an appliance such as a furnace, clothes dryer, water heater, or stove. Wood-burning stoves, clogged flues, or car exhaust from an attached garage can also produce this toxic gas.
Using a CO detector is the only way to know this poison is present

*Carbon Monoxide–Related Deaths—United States, 1999-2004 JAMA Vol. 299 No. 9, March 5, 2008 † Jennifer Flynn, “CO Deaths,” NFPA Journal, January/February 2008.


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