Nighthawk Carbon Monoxide Detector

Nighthawk carbon monoxide detector saves life!



Universal Security MICN109

Power Source: 9DC Lithium

Sensor: Electrochemical



Quantum Eye

Sensor: Chemical



BRK Brands HD6135FB

Power Source: 120VAC, 60HZ
9V battery back-up
Sensor:  Electrochemical

Kiddle C310D

Power Source: 9DC Lithium
Battery Factory Preinstalled
Sensor: Electrochemical



First Alert CO600

Power Source: 110VAC

Sensor:  Electrochemical

2 GIG Technologies

Power Source: one 3V CR123A battery

Sensor:  Electrochemical

First Alert CO615

FIRST ALERT CO615
Power Source: 110VAC
2x1.5VAA batteries back-up
Sensor: Electrochemical



PRO-TECH 7035-SL

Pro-tech 7035 SL
Power Source: 9DC Lithium
Battery Factory Preinstalled
Sensor: Water-Based

Universal Security MCND401

Universal Security Instruments MCND401B-M
Power Source: 120VAC, 60HZ, 60mA
9V battery back-up
Sensor: Solid state, metal oxide

Kidde Model KN-COB-DP-LS

Kidde Model KN-COB-DP-LS
Power Source: 120VAC, 60HZ, 60mA
9V battery back-up
Sensor: Electrochemical



Kidde Model KN-COP-DP

Kidde Model KN-COP-DP
Power Source: 120VAC, 60HZ, 60mA
9V battery back-up
Sensor: Electrochemical

Kidde KN-COB-LCB-A

Kidde KN-COB-LCB-A
Power Source: 120VAC, 60HZ, 60mA
9V battery back-up
Sensor: Electrochemical

Longhorn LH838LCD

Longhorn LH838LCD
Power Source:3x1.5VAA batteries
Sensor: Electrochemical




SITERWELL GS 811

SITERWELL GS 811
Power Source:3x1.5VAA batteries
Sensor: Electrochemical


Longsin LS-858-3

Longsin LS-858-3
Power Source:DC9V(6F22 battery)
Sensor: Electrochemical



Today's review is dedicated to one of the best Nighthawk Carbon Monoxide Detectors produced by First Alert Inc. – the CO615.

What distinguishes the CO monitor from the First Alert CO615?
This CO monitor has a display that shows the current value of the concentration of
carbon monoxide. There is an indicator for the battery charge so you can easily decide when you have to replace the batteries. Another important feature is that the concentration of CO is not constantly shown on the display but only when you press the Display button, thus saving electricity. The First Alert CO615 has a built-in buzzer which makes a sound if the concentration of carbon monoxide is high. The sound volume can be adjusted by any TV remote control. Just point the remote control to the Nighthawk Carbon Monoxide Detector and press
the volume, so you can turn the volume up and down. This is a perfect option, especially if you have little children because the loud sound will not stress them. The Nighthawk Carbon
Monoxide Detector also has a test button so the device can be tested before use.

How is the First Alert CO615 powered and how does it function?
The First Alert CO615 is powered by the mains, but it has two 1.5 V AA batteries.
Should the electric breakdown occur and the power is not restored within 8 hours, the detector makes a sound signal. The normal operation of the detector is indicated by constant lighting of the green LED on the front panel if the power is in the normal course. The battery compartment is under the cover of the front panel. The detector has a cable which allows to mount the device within 2 meters from the wall socket.

The electrochemical sensor has a 7-year lifespan. It is recommended that you test the device every week. To protect yourselves from carbon monoxide poisoning, you need to have one CO monitor in the kitchen and one in the bedroom. Please note that the detector is mounted within 3 meters from the source of carbon monoxide.
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Product Details:
Part Number: 029054000712
Model: CO615
Power Source:110VAC and 2x1.5VAA batteries,
Sensor: Electrochemical Sensor 7-year lifespan
Audio Alarm: 85dB at 10ft
Temperature Range:40˚F(4˚C) to 100˚F(38˚C)
Humidity Range:25% -85% relative humidity (RH)
Size: 3.4 "x 1.7"
Weight: .83 lbs with battery
Interconnects: No
Sensitivity:
70 ppm CO concentration from 60 to 240 minutes
150 ppm CO concentration 10 to 50 minutes
400 ppm CO concentration 3-15 minutes
First Alert CO615

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