Inovonics introduces new wireless carbon monoxide detector

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The EN 1245.
The EN 1245.

Louisville, CO-based Inovonics has released its new EN1245 Wireless CO Detector.

The new device meets the UL 2075 (Gas and Vapor Detectors and Sensors) and California State Fire Marshall (CSFM) regulatory approvals.

It features an onboard sounder, an LED indicator, tamper and local test. It's also monitored by the EchoStream network, alerting the user when sensor maintenance is needed or the battery is low. The carbon monoxide sensing element has a 10-year sensor life, according to the company.

“This product allows Inovonics to provide a solution to the state-by-state legislation aimed at preventing carbon monoxide poisoning,” Senior Product Manager Michael Um said.

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