Kidde Fire Systems C3010 Sealed Lithium Battery Power Carbon Monoxide Alarm

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  • Make: Kidde Fire Systems
  • Model code: C3010
  • Type: Gas
Additional info:

Sealed-in Lithium Battery – Sealed-in lithium power supply; no battery replacement required over the 10 year life of the alarm. Eliminates worry about battery removal or unauthorized deactivation of alarm. Self Activation – Alarm automatically activates when attached to the mounting bracket. Test/Reset Button – Tests the unit for proper operation. Resets the Carbon Monoxide Alarm. Green LED – Flashes every 30 seconds to indicate the unit is operating properly. Red LED – When a dangerous level of carbon monoxide is detected the red LED will pulse and a loud alarm pattern will sound. The carbon monoxide alarm pattern is 4 short beeps, followed by 5 seconds of silence, followed by 4 short beeps with a corresponding red LED flash. This cycle will continue for 4 minutes and then change to 2 patterns once a minute there after. Amber LED – Flashes every second to indicate the unit is in fault mode. One quick beep every 30 seconds alerts the unit is in error condition. One quick beep every 60 seconds is an indication of low battery power. Event Memory – Red LED flashes every 60 seconds to alert that a high level of carbon monoxide has been detected within the last 14 days.

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Make Kidde Fire Systems
Manufacturer Kidde Fire Systems
Model code C3010
Type Gas
Additional info
  • Sealed-in Lithium Battery – Sealed-in lithium power supply; no battery replacement required over the 10 year life of the alarm. Eliminates worry about battery removal or unauthorized deactivation of alarm.
  • Self Activation – Alarm automatically activates when attached to the mounting bracket.
  • Test/Reset Button – Tests the unit for proper operation. Resets the Carbon Monoxide Alarm.
  • Green LED – Flashes every 30 seconds to indicate the unit is operating properly.
  • Red LED – When a dangerous level of carbon monoxide is detected the red LED will pulse and a loud alarm pattern will sound. The carbon monoxide alarm pattern is 4 short beeps, followed by 5 seconds of silence, followed by 4 short beeps with a corresponding red LED flash. This cycle will continue for 4 minutes and then change to 2 patterns once a minute there after.
  • Amber LED – Flashes every second to indicate the unit is in fault mode. One quick beep every 30 seconds alerts the unit is in error condition. One quick beep every 60 seconds is an indication of low battery power.
  • Event Memory – Red LED flashes every 60 seconds to alert that a high level of carbon monoxide has been detected within the last 14 days.
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