Carbon monoxide detector

System Sensor’s CO1224TR Carbon Monoxide Detector with RealTest is a round version of the award-winning System Sensor CO1224T CO detector.

09/29/2011


System Sensor’s CO1224TR Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector with RealTest is a round version of the award-winning System Sensor CO1224T CO detector. Except for its round housing, the CO1224TR provides the same features as the original CO1224T. Like the CO1224T, the CO1224TR includes RealTest, a field-functional CO test fully compliant with NFPA 720-2009. RealTest enables you to quickly verify that the CO detectors you install are actually protecting your customers. The CO1224T and CO1224TR also provide multiple mounting options and are quick and easy to install, test, and maintain. The CO1224TR uses SEMS-type terminal Phillips head screws for quicker and more positive wiring connections and code-required wiring supervision. As a 12/24 Vdc detector, the CO1224TR will operate on most industry security and fire alarm control panels. With a low current draw; the latest electrochemical sensing cell; and a 6-year, end-of-life timer, the CO1224T and CO1224TR provide reliable protection.

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