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CO Alarm with Relay Control
- Item # 39H976
- Mfr. Model # 65-511-R
- UNSPSC # 46171613
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 0.9 lbs.
- Item Carbon Monoxide Alarm
- Detection Method Semiconductor
- Interconnection Capability Relay
- Power Source 120VAC
- Audible Alert 85dB @ 10 ft., Horn
- Visual Alert Red LED
- Height 3"
- Depth 1-3/4"
- Width 5-1/2"
- Digital Readout No
- Battery Backup No
- Features Form a Normally Open SPST Dry Contact Relay Control, Contacts Close During Normal Operation and Open During Alarm and Power-fail Events, Relay Control Can Turn on Exhaust Fan, Remote Horn, Connect to Security System, Long Life Self Cleaning Sensor
- Hush Button Yes
- Test Button Yes
- Locking Pin Yes
- Operating Temp. -40 Degrees to 150 Degrees F (-40 Degrees to 66 Degrees C)
- Standards UL 2034
- Includes Locking Bracket
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 1 Year
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