CO-CO1224T

Maretron Carbon Monoxide Detector

Maretron Carbon Monoxide Detector

Description

The Maretron Carbon Monoxide Detector is a 4-wire device that mounts to the wall or ceiling.

Features

  • Attaches to Maretron SIM100 for NMEA 2000 network monitoring
  • Real Test technology allows for functional testing in the field
  • Trouble relay for circuit trouble or detector end of life notification
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