CO Detector Replacement

The CO-PLATE from System Sensor is designed to cover the footprint of the previously installed detector.

09/21/2010


System SensorWith the first round of system-connected carbon monoxide (CO) detectors reaching their end of life, there’s a big opportunity for dealers and installers to increase their revenue streams through CO detector replacements. System Sensor has launched a new CO-PLATE Carbon Monoxide Detector Plate to coincide with this opportunity. The CO-PLATE is an upgrade to the first system-connected CO detectors that is designed to cover the footprint of the previously installed detector and can be mounted in seconds for a clean, low-profile finish ideal for commercial applications. This seamless installation saves time and money.



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