Carbon Monoxide Alarm



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Smartsense Carbon Monoxide Alarm

It is estimated that on average two people die in Ireland every year as a result of unintentional Carbon Monoxide poisoning related to domestic heating or other fossil fuel installations in the home.

Many other suffer serious injury.

As Carbon Monoxide is a colourless and odourless poisonous gas it can be difficult to detect and all homes really should have a detection device in place.

The Smartsense is an Irish made domestic carbon monoxide alarm which is designed to be installed on walls or ceilings in your home.

In the event of a Carbon Monoxide presence it will provide you with an loud and effective warning.

Features of the Smartsense Carbon Monoxide Alarm smartsense-carbon-monoxide-alarm

- With an alarm sound measuring 85 decibels it is loud enough to wake you up when you are sleeping.

- LCD displays accurately the concentration of Carbon Monoxide in the range of 30 – 999 Parts per Million (PPM)

- This is an easy to install battery operated product. No mains connection is required. Batteries are include in the pack.

- Audible warning to indicate end of battery life.

- Three in-built LED lights. (Green means it is operating normal. Red means the alarm is on and Yellow means the device has a fault)

- Complies with European Standard for Domestic CO Alarms (EN 50291 2001)

- The Smartsense Carbon Monoxide Alarm comes with a 5 year warranty.

See Smartsense Carbon Monoxide Alarm Demonstration Video



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  1. Hi Colm, where & how many of these detectors should be installed in a standard 4 bedroomed house with gas fired central heating & an open fire place? I looked up the website but they give no information in relation to this question. Appreciate the assistance. Thanks. Aileen

    1. Hi Aileen,
      Great question that! The best answer I could give you is at least one dector should be installed and in the room that you have the gas central heating system. After that prioritise installing dectors close to the bedrooms. In summary at least one but the more you install the more secure your home will be against this threat.

  2. We have a slot in fuel burner in one former open fireplace in the dining area and an open fire in the sitting room. The rooms are separated by the foyer. We burn a combination of timber, turf and briquettes (e.g. CosyGlo) in each. Do we need one in each room?

  3. We have a slot in, glass fronted burner in one former open fireplace, and another open fireplace in another room. They are separated by the foyer and stairway. We burn a combination of timber, turf and briquettes (e.g. Cozy Glo). Do we need a detector in each room? Should the device be placed in the foyer? Or in the room with the fire source? Thanks.