34147 User Manual 160610.ai
Long life Electro-Chemical Sensor Self Test • Easy Installation • Test / Reset Button
Low Battery Warning • Supplied With Wall Plugs & Screws • Cannot Be fitted Without Battery
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EN 50291-1 : 2010 + A1 : 2012
LPCB1155a issue : 02
800 ppm: Dizziness, nausea and convulsions within 45 minutes. Unconsciousness within 2
hours. Death within 3 hours.
1600 ppm: Headache, dizziness and nausea within 20 minutes. Death within 1 hour
6400 ppm: Headache, dizziness and nausea within 1-2 minutes
This CO alarm is powered by a battery and requires no additional wiring. It can either be installed
on the wall using the fixings provided or on a tabletop.
Wall mount installation:
- Having established the mounting location ensure that there in no electrical wiring or pipe work
in the area adjacent to the mounting surface.
- Mark the two mounting hole locations (2).
- Drill holes in the positions marked. Insert wall plugs into the drilled holes.
- Screw mounting bracket to mounting surface. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN (3)
- Insert 3xLR6 Alkaline battery firmly Into battery compartment on the rear of the detector (4).
NOTE For the safety of the end user the CO alarm cannot be fitted without its battery.
Assemble the alarm onto the mounting plate (5).
Test whether the CO alarm is functioning properly by holding the test button on the front of the
alarm for 2 sec. and then release it. The unit will sound 4 beep tones and the red LED will flash at
the same time.
This instruction leaflet contains important information on the correct installation and
operation of your co-detector. Read this leaflet: fully before attempting installation and LOCATING THE CO ALARM
retain for future reference.
Carbon Monoxide alarm is designed to detect the toxic CO fumes that result from incomplete
combustion, such as those emitted from appliances, furnaces, fireplace and auto exhaust. If your
dwelling is on a single story, for minimum protection you should fit an alarm in the bedrooms or
Power Source: DC 4,5V - 3x 1,5VDC, LR6, Alkaline
in the hallway of sleeping areas. Place it as near to the sleeping areas as possible and ensure the
Sensor Type: Electrochemical
alarm is audible when the bedrooms are occupied. If your dwelling is multi-story, for minimum
Type of Gas sensed: carbon Monoxide
protection at least one alarm on each floor. NOTE: For maximum protection an alarm should be
Sensor lifetime: 5 Year
fitted in or near every room that contains a fuel-burning appliance such as any gas fires, central
Alarm activation: 50 ppm (Between 60-90 min.) / 100 ppm (Between 10-40 min.) / 300 ppm heating boilers, room heaters, water heaters, cookers, grills, etc.
(Within 3 minutes)
CAUTION: This alarm will only indicate the presence of carbon monoxide gas at the sensor.
Operation Temperature: 0°C - 45°C (storage: -20° - 50°C ± 2°C)
Carbon monoxide gas may be present in other areas.
Ambient Humidity: 0% - 90% RH (storage: 0% - 70% RH)
Horn Level: >85 Decibels at 1 meters
Battery life: 1 year minimum
When no carbon monoxide is present, the green light flashes every 45 sec. and is an indication
that your alarm is powered and functional.
Alarm Condition
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an insidious poison that Is released when fuels are burnt. It is a Carbon Monoxide has a Similar density to warm air and, to ensure that the most effective use is When the unit detects dangerous levels of CO, it will emit an alarm signal of 4 beeps along with
colorless, odorless, tasteless gas and therefore very difficult to detect with the human senses. CO made of the detector, it should be fitted at least 1.5 meters (5 feet) above the floor level and at flashing of Red LED. This will continue as long as there is a dangerous level of CO present. Should
kills hundreds of people each year and injures many more. It binds to the hemoglobin in the least 1.85 meters (6 feet) from the appliance (1).
the CO levels return to normal, the unit will stop beeping and return to standby mode
blood and reduces the amount of oxygen being circulated In the body. In high concentrations, Areas to be avoided include the following:
CO can kill in minutes. CO is produced by the incomplete combustion of fuels such as wood, - Situations where the temperature may fall below -10°C or rise above 40°C
50 ppm: 60-90 min / 100 ppm: 10-40 min / 300 ppm: <3 min
charcoal, coal, heating oil, paraffin, petrol, natural gas, propane, butane etc.
- In a damp or humid area
- Any area where high levels of dusty, dirty or greasy emissions could contaminate or clog the Return to Normal Operation
Examples of CO sources:
When the carbon monoxide gas disperses and the unit has been reset, the alarm signal will stop.
Running engine in garage • Oil and Gas fumes • Wood stoves • Barbecues • Wood and gas - Behind drapes or furniture.
The green power lamp will continue to flash approximately twice every minute.
fireplaces • Gas appliances • Portable generators • Gas or kerosene heaters • Clogged chimneys • - In the path of air discharged from a furnace I air conditioning vent or ceiling fan.
Low Battery Signal
Heating boiler
- Outside the building
When your battery needs replacing, the unit will beep and green LED indicator will flash at the
- Directly above a sink or cooker
same time (every 45 seconds) for up to 7 days.
NOTE - with normal use the batteries will last for 1 year minimum. However, battery life will be
The following symptoms may be related to CO poisoning:
CAUTION: This carbon monoxide alarm is designed for indoor use only. Do not expose to rain or reduced if either a fault occurs with the battery or the alarm remains in alarm for long periods of
35 ppm: The maximum allowable concentration for continuous exposure for healthy adults in moisture. It will not protect against the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning when the battery has time.
any 8 hour period.
drained. Do not open or tamper with the alarm as this could cause malfunction.
Unit Malfunction
200 ppm: Slight headaches, fatigue, dizziness, and nausea after 2-3 hours
If the unit has detected an error, the yellow light will flash and the unit will beep twice per 10
400 ppm: Frontal headaches within 1-2 hours, life threatening after 3 hours
seconds at the same time indicating that your alarm has failed.
Note: Pressing the test button too soon (i.e. when the green LED is still flashing quickly) can lead
It is recommended that you test your CO alarm once a month to ensure the alarm is working to a false alarm. In this case, remove the battery again, wait approx. 5 minutes and repeat the
correctly. By holding the test button on the front of the alarm for 2 seconds and then release it. procedure.
The unit will sound 4 beep tones and the red LED will flash at the same time.
- In the event the CO alarm raises an alarm:
Your alarm will alert you to potentially hazardous CO concentrations in your home when - Immediately move to fresh air outdoor or open all doors/windows to ventilate the area and
maintained properly. To maintain your alarm in proper working order, it is recommended that allow the carbon monoxide to disperse.
- Where possible tum off fuel burning appliance.
- Test your alarm at least once a month.
- Evacuate the building.
- Clean your CO alarm regularly to prevent dust build up. This can be done using a vacuum - Do not re-enter the premises or move away from the open door/window until emergency
cleaner with the brush attachment once per month. Clean gently around the front grilled services responders have arrived, the premises have been aired out, and your alarm remains in
section and sides.
its normal condition.
- Never use cleaning solutions on your alarm. Simply wipe with a damp cloth.
- Seek medical help immediately for anyone suffering from the symptoms of headache,
- Do not paint the alarm
drowsiness, nausea, etc.
- Do not use the appliances again until they have been checked by a qualified technician and
the fault located and cleared.
When scouring or stripping a wooden floor, painting, wallpapering or using adhesive or aerosol,
you should remove the carbon monoxide detector and keep it in a safe place to prevent IMPORTANT SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
damaging the sensor. High concentrations of the following substances can damage the sensor, Installing a CO-detector is only the first step towards safer living conditions. Make sure that you
which often results in a false alarm: methane, propane, isopropyl butane, ethylene, ethanol, and other members of your household are familiar with the cause and effect of carbon
alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, benzene, toluene, ethyl acetate, hydrogen, hydrogen sulfate and monoxide poisoning and how to operate a CO-detector:
sulfur dioxide. Also aerosol sprays, alcoholic products, paint, solvents, adhesive, hair spray, - Test your CO-detector once per month.
aftershave, perfume and certain cleaning agents can cause damage.
- Immediately replace low batteries.
- Only purchase approved combustion devices.
- Install combustion devices in the correct way and strictly follow the instructions of the
If the CO Alarm emits a short 'beep' at the same time the green led flashes, the battery is at the manufacturer.
end of its life and should be replaced immediately. This low voltage warning will be given for at - Have your installation performed by a professional.
least 7 days. A fresh battery should last for approximately one year. If the green indicator light - Have your installation checked by a qualified installer on a regular basis.
(LED) does not flash every minute then replace the battery.
- Clean your chimney and drainage once every year.
- Remove the battery from the compartment.
- Regularly check all combustion devices.
- Press the Test button to remove the last bit of voltage from the detector.
- Verity if your equipment is free of corrosion and peelings.
- Insert new batteries (3x LR6 1,5V Alkaline) NOTE POLARITY OF CONNECTIONS.
- Never use your barbecue indoors or in garages.
- Let the alarm warm up first for 2 minutes (green LED should not continue to flash quickly every - Ensure sufficient ventilation when using a fireplace or multi·burner.
5 seconds when you press the test button)
- Always pay attention to symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning.
- Use the Test button to test the CO Alarm. See «TESTING YOUR CO»
- Reattach the CO alarm to the mounting plate.
- Replace the battery each year
- Never bum charcoal indoors or in a caravan, camper, tent or cabin.
- Never repair, check or install combustion devices yourself without having the proper
knowledge and required skills to do so.
- Never use a gas range, oven or hair or clothes drier as a heater.
- Never use stoves (combustion devices) without outlet in sealed off spaces.
- Never let diesel or petrol engines operate indoors or in sealed off spaces.
- Never ignore a security system when it shuts down a device.
- Never ignore a warning from your CO-detector.
This CO alarm is designed to only sense carbon Monoxide from any source of combustion. It is
NOT designed to detect smoke, fire and other gases.
Always throw empty batteries to recycling bin.
If the battery is built-in inside the product open the product and remove the battery.
The devices are maintenance-free, so never open them The guarantee becomes void when
you open the appliance. Only clean the outside of the devices with a soft, dry doth or a brush.
Prior to cleaning, remove the devices from all voltage sources. Do not use any carboxylic
cleaning agents or petrol, alcohol or similar. These attack the surfaces of the devices. Besides, the
vapors are hazardous to your health and explosive. Do not use any sharp edged tools,
THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE REPAIRED IF THE UNIT IS TAMPERED WITH IT WILL screwdrivers, metal brushes or similar for cleaning. Warning: Protect the battery against fire, too
This product is not designed for use in a recreational vehicle or mobile home. The alarm should GENERAL SAFETY
be installed by a competent person. This apparatus is designed to protect individual from the Clean with a clean, dry cloth or brush, use no solvents or abrasives. Avoid dampness on all
acute effects of carbon monoxide exposure. It will not fully safeguard individuals with specific electrical components. Keep all parts out of the reach of children.
Avoid a wet, very cold or warm environment; this may damage electronic circuit boards. Avoid
medical conditions. If in doubt consult a medical practitioner.
dropping or shocks, this may damage the electronic circuits.
For indoor use only.
Read the manual before use, and keep it in a safe place for future use and for product Repairs or opening of this item may only be done by an authorized repairer.
Wireless systems can be interference from cordless phones, microwave ovens and other
wireless devices operating in the 2.4GHz range. Keep the system AT LEAST 3m away from the
devices during installation and operation.
This product has factory warranty according to EU regulations. Guarantee lasts for the number Keep batteries out of the reach of children. Do not swallow Batteries . When a cell or battery is
of years shown on the packaging, starting from the date of purchase. Keep the receipt - proof of swallowed, call a doctor immediately.
purchase is required in order to rely on guarantee. In the case of problems, please contact with
the store where you purchased the product. For further product information call to our Hotline
or visit our website: www.chacon.be
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) (Applicable in the
European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be
disposed with other household wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent
possible harm to the environment or human health from- uncontrolled waste
disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to
promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. Household users should contact either the
retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where
and how they can take this item for environmentally safe recycling. Business users should
contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This
product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
Imported by Chacon S.A. • Avenue Mercator 2 • 1300 Wavre • Belgium • [email protected] • www.chacon.be
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