CMD5-MBI-R

Xintex Carbon Monoxide Alarm - Battery Operated w/Interconnect - White

Xintex Carbon Monoxide Alarm - Battery Operated w/Interconnect - White
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Carbon Monoxide Alarm - Battery Operated w/Interconnect - White

The Xintex CMD5-M CO alarm uses a sensor operating with a microprocessor to measure Carbon Monoxide (CO) levels. Using a "Time Weighted Average" (TWA) process, it monitors CO concentration, temperature and time to calculate levels of Carboxyhemoglobin (COHb). COHb is the degree to which the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood is impeded by the union of carbon monoxide to the hemoglobin and is expressed as a percentage. The human body absorbs CO easier than oxygen and COHb is the ratio of absorbed carbon monoxide to oxygen in the bloodstream. The CMD5-M alarm calculates this COHb as a function of time and determines the appropriate alarm response.

Features:
  • Electrochemical sensor - immediate and stable sensing reduces false alarms
  • Ultra-low current draw - 1 mA
  • Long sensor life - Approx. 7 year End of Life (EOL)
  • Multiple location warning - All connected CMD5-MI Alarms sound together
  • Compact design for inconspicuous protection - Modern design blends in with interior decor
  • Battery operated version requires no power wiring - Reduced labor and material costs to install
  • Sealed lithium-ion battery - guaranteed 7 year life
  • Relay module available for generator shutdown - One relay module for multiple CO Alarms


    • Xintex Quality and Reliability On Board
      • Microprocessor controlled
      • Conformal coated circuit board for added protection
      • Time-weighted average CO measurement process constantly monitors all CO levels
      • Highly resistant to most chemicals, solvents and cleaners
      • 12 or 24 VDC operation
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Xintex Carbon Monoxide Alarm - Battery Operated w/Interconnect - White CMD5-MBI-R XINTEX CMD5-MBI CO ALARM, BATTERY, INTERCONNECT, WHITE
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