As temperatures go down,
carbon monoxide incidents go up.
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Often called the silent killer, carbon monoxide (CO) is
an odorless, colorless gas created when fuels such as
gasoline, wood, coal, propane, and many others do not
burn.

CO incidents are more common during the winter months.*


*Source: National Fire Protection Association
PRC710 Combo Smoke and CO Alarm
  • No Low Battery Chirps
    Or Battery Replacements
  • Patented Smoke Entry System
    Reduces False Alarms
  • Slim Profile Design
    Half the Depth of a Standard Alarm
CO400 Carbon Monoxide Alarm
  • 9V Battery
    Included
  • Easy Access Battery Door
  • Test & Silence Button
    For Efficient Testing
CO710 Carbon Monoxide Alarm
  • No Install Needed
    Easy Tabletop Placement
  • Current and Peak CO Levels
    Available on Backlit Digital Display
  • No Low Battery Chirps
    Or Battery Replacements
PRC710V Combo Smoke and CO Alarm
  • Voice Alerts
    Tells You Type and Location of Danger
  • Patented Smoke Entry System
    Reduces False Alarms
  • No Low Battery Chirps
    Or Battery Replacements
The Importance of Whole Home Safety
3 of every 5 home fire deaths resulted from fires in homes with no working smoke alarms.
U.S. Fire Departments responds to a fire every 24 seconds.
Carbon Monoxide is an invisible, odorless and colorless gas – it cannot be seen, smelled or heard.
Source: National Fire Protection Association
Smoke Alarm
One on every level & in every bedroom
Carbon Monoxide
One on every level & in every bedroom
Fire Extinguisher
One on every level, plus kitchen and garage
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