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User Manual
CARBON MONOXIDE ALARM
CO-FA-AE-9B
www.angeleye.com
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EN 50291-1: 2010
EN 50291-2: 2010
KM 551504
GN3478R1
CO-FA-AE-9B Carbon Monoxide Alarm
A Sprue Brand
Sprue Safety Products Ltd.
Vanguard Centre, Coventry CV4 7EZ UK
Technical Support: 0800 141 2561 / EIRE dial 1-800 523171
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.sprue.com
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CONTENTS
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Positioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Battery replacement . . . . . . . . 7
Operating features . . . . . . . . . 8
Alarm test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Understanding the product’s
indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
What to do in the event of
an alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Carbon monoxide and how it
can affect you and your family . . 12
Technical information . . . . . . . 14
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
NOTE: This user manual is also available in large
text and other formats. Please call 0800 141 2561
for further information.
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FEATURES
• An advanced electrochemical sensor
designed to accurately measure
low levels of carbon monoxide (CO)
providing an early warning of toxic CO
levels in your home.
• Detects carbon monoxide
continuously.
• Resistant to false alarms caused by
normal household contaminants.
• Sounds a loud 85dB alarm (at
1m/3 feet) to alert you in case of an
emergency.
button - regularly self-check to
•Test/
ensure alarm is operating correctly.
• Simple to mount, portable, ideal for
travelling.
• Certified to the European Standards for
Carbon Monoxide Alarms
EN 50291-1: 2010, EN 50291-2: 2010.
• 7 year warranty.
POSITIONING
This CO alarm is suitable for use in
domestic premises, caravan holiday
homes, caravans and motor caravans.
The following advice is applicable to all
intended applications, there are special
instructions at the end of this section
relating to positioning in caravan holiday
homes, caravans and motor caravans.
WARNING: This alarm will only indicate
the presence of carbon monoxide gas at
the sensor. Carbon monoxide gas may be
present in other areas.
In which room should the alarm be
installed?
Ideally, an alarm should be installed in
every room containing a fuel-burning
appliance and every sleeping room.
Additional alarms may be installed to
ensure that adequate warning is given for
occupants in other rooms, in which they
spend considerable time whilst awake and
from which they may not be able to hear
an alarm in another part of the premises.
CO alarms should also be installed in any
room which a flue passes through, even
if the flue is fully enclosed or concealed.
However, if there is a fuel-burning
appliance in more than one room and the
number of alarms is limited, the following
points should be considered when
deciding where best to put the alarm:
• Locate the alarm in a room containing
a flueless or open-flued appliance.
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• If the domestic premises is a bedsit (a
single room serving as both sitting and
bedroom) then the alarm should be put
as far from the cooking appliances as
possible and near to where the person
sleeps.
• If the appliance is in a room not
normally used (for example a boiler
room), the alarm should be put just
outside the room so that it may be
heard more easily.
Where in the room should I place the
alarm?
For alarms located in the same room as
a fuel-burning appliance (for both wall
and ceiling mounted alarms) the following
applies:
• The alarm should be at a horizontal
distance of between 1 m and 3 m from
the potential source.
• If there is a partition in a room, the
alarm should be located on the same
side of the partition as the potential
source.
• Carbon monoxide alarms in rooms with
sloped ceilings should be located at the
high side of the room.
In addition to the above the following
must be observed if the alarm is located
on a wall:
• It should be located close to the ceiling.
• It should be located at a height greater
than the height of any door or window.
• It should be at least 150 mm from the
ceiling.
• If the alarm is located on the ceiling:
• It should be at least 300 mm from any
wall and any ceiling obstruction e.g.
light fittings.
Alarms located in sleeping rooms
and in rooms remote from a fuelburning appliance should be located
relatively close to the breathing zone of
the occupants.
Caravans
Caravans may have additional risks
of carbon monoxide ingress through
air vents due to the nearby presence
of other vehicles, engines, generators
or barbecues, however this does not
change the basic guidance on location
of the alarm. Caravans should be fitted
with an alarm in the same room as any
combustion appliance(s), located in
accordance with previous advice in this
section. If the caravan has a single living
space which incorporates the sleeping
accommodation, it can be considered to
be equivalent to a bedsit, and a single
alarm is sufficient. However, any sleeping
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accommodation which is in a separate
room from the combustion appliance(s)
should also contain an alarm, located
in accordance with previous advice in
this section.
It is not always possible to find an
optimum location for an apparatus,
for example, a small caravan may not
have suitable vertical surfaces available.
Nevertheless, when fitting an apparatus
in such situations, the two most important
considerations
when
selecting
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• Not mounting the apparatus directly
above a source of heat or steam; and
• Mounting the apparatus at a distance
of 1 – 3 m from the nearest edge of
the potential source.
INSTALLATION
NOTE: This apparatus should be installed
by a competent person who feels able to
install it according to the instructions.
Firstly write the installation date on
your alarm in the area provided. We
recommend that your alarm is installed
on the wall.
To mount on a wall or ceiling:
Please ensure that you use the screws
provided, as they were chosen specifically
for use with this product. Use template
below for guidance on marking hole
positions. Drill holes into the wall. Insert
the plastic wall plugs. Screw in the screws.
Ensure screws are protruding from the
wall by 3mm to allow the alarm to slot
onto screws.
To place on a shelf:
The base of the alarm has been designed
to allow it to stand freely on a shelf.
Drill hole spacing
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BATTERY
REPLACEMENT
aIf the alarm is already wall or ceiling
mounted then unhook it from the
mounting screws.
bRemove the battery cover located on
the back of the alarm.
cReplace the batteries with 2 x approved
1.5 volt AA size alkaline batteries (see
page 14 for recommended batteries),
making sure the batteries are the
correct way round. Use of batteries
other than those recommended by
Sprue Safety Products Ltd may have
a detrimental effect on the alarm’s
operation. Replace the battery
cover and return the alarm to its
original position.
Press ridged
area in and
slide door out
to reveal battery
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dYour advanced alarm requires a short
‘warm-up’ period before it is fully
operational.
If you have followed all of the above
steps correctly, your unit will begin
monitoring for CO in around 3 minutes.
When the 3 minute warm-up period
is complete, the Power LED will flash
green once per minute to indicate that
the alarm is receiving power from the
batteries and is fully operational.
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eTest the sounder, batteries and circuitry
by pressing and holding the Test button
for 1 second. The sounder should sound
as soon as the button is pressed, and
the Alarm LED will illuminate red for a
short time indicating that the sounder is
working and the batteries are providing
power to the unit. This test for the
sounder, batteries and circuitry should
be performed weekly.
WARNING: Prolonged exposure to the
sounder in close proximity to your ears
may damage your hearing.
Under normal operating conditions, the
batteries should last for at least 12 months.
The alarm will not protect against the risk
of carbon monoxide poisoning when the
batteries have drained.
WARNING: Prolonged exposure to
extreme high or low temperatures may
reduce the life of the batteries.
OPERATING FEATURES
Test /
button feature
This button will:
• Test the sounder, batteries and circuitry.
• Allow you to test the sensor by
introducing a source of CO into the
alarm (see ‘Testing The Sensor’ below).
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• Silence the loud 85dB sounder during
an alarm (only possible when current
CO level is less than 50ppm).
Testing the sounder, batteries and
circuitry
Test the sounder, batteries and circuitry
by pressing and holding the Test button
for 1 second to confirm that the alarm is
operating properly. The sounder should
sound as soon as the button is pressed,
and the Alarm LED will illuminate red,
indicating that the sounder is working and
the batteries are providing power to the
unit. This test for the sounder, batteries
and circuitry should be performed weekly.
Testing the sensor
NOTE: Aerosol CO test kits or incense
sticks may be used to test the sensor.
Alternative sources of smoke, for example
an extinguished candle or match, will
not contain sufficient levels of carbon
monoxide to obtain a response from the
alarm during this test. Please note your
CO alarm will not detect smoke.
If testing the sensor for the first time after
installation, or replacing the batteries,
make sure that the alarm has completed
the initial 3 minute warm up period and
the power LED is flashing green once
every minute.
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attempting to test your the sensor
Step 1
Step 2
If the alarm is wall or ceiling
mounted unhook the alarm
from the screws.
Cover the sounder vents with
one hand. Press and hold the
Test button down with your
thumb/finger until the Power
LED illuminates green and the
sounder sounds for a second
time (this should happen after
around 5 seconds).
Test Button
Step 3
Step 4
Release the Test button. Upon
releasing the Test button the
Power LED will flash green
once every second. This
indicates that the sampling
rate of the alarm has increased
and can be tested using a
known source of CO.
Light an incense stick using
a match or lighter. Be sure to
blow out the flame so that the
incense stick is smouldering.
Extinguish the lighter, or put
out the match and place it into
a dish of water.
Turn the alarm on its side so
that the vents on the right
hand side of the alarm are
pointing downwards (see
diagram opposite). Hold the
burning incense stick around
15cm (6 inches) below the
alarm, so that the smoke
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the alarm.
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mode (It may take up to two
minutes of exposure to the
smoke for the localised level
of carbon monoxide within the
sensor to reach over 50ppm).
Now move the source of CO
away from the alarm as the
test is finished.
Step 5 After step 4, put out the
incense stick by placing it
into a dish of water. Ensure
that all flames have been
extinguished.
NOTE: If the localised carbon monoxide
level within the sensor does not reach
50ppm during the test, the sensor test will
stop automatically after 3 minutes.
ALARM TEST
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An increase in the localised
carbon monoxide level within
the sensor to more than
50ppm will cause the sounder
to sound for one cycle of four
loud beeps and the Power LED
to illuminate green for a short
time. This is the end of the test.
The Power LED will no longer
flash green every second but
will revert to flashing once
every minute as the alarm will
go back to normal operating
Test the sounder, power pack and
circuitry by pressing and releasing the
Test /
button to confirm that the alarm
is operating properly. The alarm should
sound as soon as the Test button is
pressed, and the Alarm LED will illuminate
red indicating that the sounder is working
and the power pack is providing power to
the unit. This test should be performed on
a weekly basis.
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UNDERSTANDING
THE PRODUCT’S
INDICATORS
The higher the concentration of carbon
monoxide detected by the alarm, the
quicker it will respond. When sufficient
carbon monoxide is detected a loud
audible signal (85 dB at 1m/3 feet) will be
emitted and the Alarm LED will flash red
once every second.
The Alarm will sound:
• Between 60 and 90 minutes when
exposed to 50ppm of CO.
• Between 10 and 40 minutes when
exposed to 100ppm of CO.
• Within 3 minutes when exposed to
300ppm or more.
Fault:
The unit continuously checks the settings
of its sensor and circuitry. If any of these
settings are found to be incorrect or if
the batteries become low then the alarm
will emit a single audible chirp once per
minute for up to 30 days. IMPORTANT:
This does NOT mean that the alarm has
detected carbon monoxide.
Replace batteries immediately. If the
product continues to chirp despite having
new batteries and the product is still
within warranty then contact technical
support for advice. If the product is no
longer in warranty replace it immediately!
WHAT TO DO IN THE
EVENT OF AN ALARM
WARNING: A loud alarm is a warning
that unusually high and potentially lethal
levels of carbon monoxide are present.
Never ignore this alarm, further exposure
can be fatal. Immediately check residents
for symptoms of carbon monoxide
poisoning, and contact the proper
authorities to resolve all CO problems.
NEVER IGNORE ANY ALARM.
Please carefully review this owner’s
manual to ensure that you know what
actions to take in the event of an alarm.
What to do during an alarm:
• Keep calm and open the doors and
windows to ventilate the property.
• Stop using all fuel burning appliances
and ensure, if possible, that they are
turned off.
• Evacuate the property leaving the
doors and windows open.
• Ring your gas or other fuel supplier
on their emergency number; keep the
number in a prominent place.
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Write your fuel supplier’s emergency
number here:
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• Do not re-enter the property until the
alarm has stopped. When exposed to
fresh air it can take up to 10 minutes
for the sensor to clear and the alarm to
stop depending on the level of carbon
monoxide detected.
• Get medical help immediately for
anyone suffering the effects of carbon
monoxide poisoning (headache,
nausea), and advise that carbon
monoxide poisoning is suspected.
• Do not use the appliances again until
they have been checked by an expert. In
the case of gas appliances the engineer
must be registered.
CARBON MONOXIDE
AND HOW IT CAN
AFFECT YOU AND
YOUR FAMILY
Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas
that kills and injures hundreds of people
each year. It is often referred to as the
silent killer, it has no odour or taste and
cannot be seen. Like oxygen, CO enters
the body through the lungs during the
normal breathing process. It competes
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with oxygen by replacing it in the red
blood cells, thereby reducing the flow of
oxygen to the heart, brain and other vital
organs. In high concentrations, CO can kill
in minutes.
Many cases of reported carbon monoxide
poisoning indicate that while victims
are aware they are not feeling well, they
become disorientated and unable to save
themselves by either exiting the building
or calling for assistance. Exposure during
sleep is particularly dangerous because
the victim usually does not wake up.
35ppm
Symptoms of CO poisoning
The following symptoms may be related
to CO poisoning which all household
members should be made aware of:
800ppm
• Mild Exposure: Slight headache,
nausea, vomiting, fatigue (often
described as ‘flu-like’ symptoms).
• Medium Exposure: Severe throbbing
headache, drowsiness, confusion, fast
heart rate.
• Extreme Exposure:
Unconsciousness, convulsions,
cardiorespiratory failure, death.
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concentration for continuous
exposure for healthy adults
in any 8 hour period, as
recommended by the
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA).
200ppm Slight headache, fatigue,
dizziness, nausea after 2 - 3
hours.
400ppm Frontal headaches within 1 - 2
hours, life threatening after 3
hours.
800ppm Dizziness, nausea and
convulsions within 45 minutes.
Unconsciousness within 2
hours. Death within 2 - 3 hours.
Should you suspect CO may be affecting
you or your family, open the doors and
windows of your property to ventilate,
turn off your appliances and evacuate
the premises. At this time the authorities
should be contacted to locate the source
of the carbon monoxide before re-entering
the building. Medical attention should be
sought for anyone suffering the effects of
CO poisoning.
Common sources of CO:
• Oil and gas boilers
• Portable generators
• Oil or solid fuel cookers
• Gas or paraffin heaters
•Barbecues
• Clogged chimneys
• Gas, wood or coal fireplaces
• Cigarette smoke
• Gas appliances
• Any fossil fuel burning appliance
WARNING: This carbon monoxide alarm
is not a combustible gas detector, nor a
smoke detector. Please install the proper
detectors to detect combustible gases, or
smoke.
This CO alarm should not be seen as
a substitute for the proper installation,
use, and maintenance of fuel-burning
appliances
(including
appropriate
ventilation and exhaust systems), nor the
sweeping of chimneys.
WARNING: Do not use this carbon
monoxide alarm on an intermittent basis,
or as a portable alarm for trying to trace
one source of the spillage of combustion
products from fuel-burning appliances or
from chimneys.
DO NOT:
• IGNORE ANY WARNING FROM YOUR
CO ALARM!
• Burn charcoal inside your home,
caravan, tent or cabin.
• Install, convert or service fuel-burning
appliances without proper knowledge,
skill and expertise.
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• Use a gas cooker for heating a room
• Do not barbecue indoors, or in an
attached garage.
• Operate unvented gas burning
appliances using paraffin or natural gas
in closed rooms.
• Operate petrol-powered engines
indoors or in confined areas.
• Ignore a safety device when it shuts an
appliance off.
ALWAYS:
• Buy appliances accepted by a
recognised testing laboratory.
• Install appliances according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
• Have appliance installations carried out
by professionals (for gas appliances
engineers should be registered).
• Have your appliances checked regularly
by a qualified service engineer.
• Have your chimneys and flues cleaned
professionally every year.
• Make regular visual inspections of all
fuel-burning appliances.
• Open windows when a fireplace or oil/
solid fuel cooker is in use.
• Only install CO alarms that meet the
requirements of EN 50291-1: 2010 and
EN 50291-2: 2010 in your home.
• Be aware of CO poisoning symptoms.
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Educate yourself and your family on the
sources and symptoms of co poisoning
and how to use your carbon monoxide
alarm.
TECHNICAL
INFORMATION
Detector Specifications: Model
CO-FA-AE-9B.
Sensor Type: Electrochemical.
Sensor Life: 7 Years.
Alarm Sound Level: 85dB at 1m/3 feet
Recommended Batteries: Size AA Alkaline
- Duracell LR6, Energizer LR6, Gold Peak
15A.
Battery Life: Exceeds 1 year under normal
operating conditions, replaceable.
Temperature Range: -10ºC (14ºF) to 40ºC
(104ºF).
Operating Humidity Range:30 - 90% RH
Weight (inc. batteries): 125 grams (4.4oz)
Certified to: EN 50291-1: 2010, EN 50291-2:
2010.
This carbon monoxide alarm is designed
to continuously monitor for CO. Its
response times meet the requirements of
the European standard EN 50291-1: 2010,
EN 50291-2: 2010.
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• Between 60 and 90 minutes when
exposed to 50ppm of CO.
• Between 10 and 40 minutes when
exposed to 100ppm of CO.
• Within 3 minutes when exposed to CO
levels of 300ppm or more.
WARNING: apparatus conforming to this
standard may not protect people who
are at special risk from carbon monoxide
exposure by reason of age, pregnancy
or medical condition. If in doubt, consult
your doctor.
The CO-FA-AE-9B has an operational
lifetime of 7 years from the date it is
installed and activated. Record the date
of installation in the area provided on the
alarm and replace unit after 7 years of
operation.
• Never use cleaning solutions on your
alarm. Simply wipe with a slightly
damp cloth.
• Do not paint the alarm.
• Do not spray aerosols on or near the
alarm.
• Do not use any solvent based products
near the alarm.
• Do not attempt to repair your CO alarm.
• Do not remove any screws or open
the main casing of your CO alarm. Any
attempt to do so may cause malfunction
and will invalidate the warranty.
MAINTENANCE
Your CO alarm will alert you to potentially
hazardous CO concentrations in your
home when maintained properly. Keep the
alarm free from dust by gently vacuuming
the case with a soft brush attachment
every 3 months.
To prevent the possibility of contaminating
the sensor in your alarm and thus affecting
its reliability:
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DISPOSAL
Waste electrical products should not be disposed
of with your other household waste. The alarm
is ideally suited for disposal within the waste
electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE)
recycling scheme. Please recycle where facilities
exist. Check with your local authority, retailer or
contact our Technical Support team for recycling/
disposal advice, as regional variations apply.
WARNING: Do not burn or dispose of in fire.
WARNING: If your alarm is dropped or damaged,
as a precaution, it should be removed from the
building.
WARRANTY
Sprue Safety Products Ltd warrants to the
original purchaser that its enclosed CO alarm be
free from defects in materials and workmanship
under normal residential use and service for
a period of 7 years from the date of purchase.
Provided product is sent back to Sprue Safety
products with proof and date of purchase,
Sprue Safety Products Ltd hereby warrants that
during the 7 year period commencing from the
date of purchase Sprue Safety Products Ltd, at
its discretion, agrees to replace the unit free of
charge.
The
warranty
on
any
replacement
CO-FA-AE-9B alarm, will last for the remainder
of the period of the original warranty in respect
of the alarm originally purchased – that is from
the date of original purchase and not from the
date of receipt of the replacement product.
Sprue Safety Products Ltd reserves the right
to offer an alternative product similar to that
being replaced if the original model is no longer
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available or in stock. This warranty applies to the
original retail purchaser from the date of original
retail purchase and is not transferable. Proof
of purchase is required. This warranty does not
cover damage resulting from accident, misuse,
disassembly, abuse or lack of reasonable care of
the product, or applications not in accordance
with the user guide. It does not cover events
and conditions outside of Sprue Safety Products
Ltd’s control, such as Acts of God (fire, severe
weather etc.). It does not apply to retail stores,
service centres or any distributors or agents.
Sprue Safety Products Ltd will not recognise any
changes to this warranty by third parties.
Sprue Safety Products Ltd shall not be liable
for any incidental or consequential damages
caused by the breach of any expressed or
implied warranty. Except to the extent prohibited
by applicable law, any implied warranty of
merchantability or fitness for a particular
purpose is limited in duration for 7 years. This
warranty does not affect your statutory rights.
Except for death or personal injury, Sprue Safety
Products Ltd shall not be liable for any loss of
use, damage, cost or expense relating to this
product or for any indirect or consequential loss,
damages or costs incurred by you or any other
user of this product.
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