CO Dangers, Dr. D. Penney
The "CO Experts" CO Alarm:
I have received this information from Mr. George E. Kerr regarding a new CO Alarm he will be marketing soon. It is claimed to have many advantages over present consumer models.
Carbon monoxide concentration is displayed from 5 ppm (1 ppm recall)
It provides an audible & visual warning at 10 ppm
A more intense warning is given at 25 ppm
Full alarm occurs at 50 ppm
An "instant" high warning is provided at 70 ppm
It updates readings every 10 seconds
Many "recall" modes are available (how high the CO was, when, for how long, and what blood COHb would have been).
It runs on a single 9 volt battery
He refers to it as a "professional grade" of CO monitor
...... last changed 05/08/03
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