What do you know about the CO gas detector?

User:JXCTUpload time:Nov 18 2022
Carbon monoxide hazards are not to be taken lightly:

Known as the “silent killer,” carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, tasteless, odorless gas that comes from the incomplete combustion of fuels. Anything burned in or around your home – whether it’s gasoline, wood, coal, propane, natural gas or oil – can produce carbon monoxide under the right conditions. Without adequate ventilation, gas can build up to deadly levels. It doesn’t take much fuel to be dangerous: even a gadget like a chain saw can release enough carbon dioxide to make you sick. Therefore, in order to people’s health, related fields of industry invented CO gas detector.

Carbon monoxide enters the red blood cells and quickly replaces the oxygen the body needs. Your blood will then carry CO to your organs. If you inhale small amounts of CO over a long period of time, this exposure may not be fatal but can cause permanent damage to the brain, lungs and heart. Moderate CO exposure can cause burning eyes, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, severe headache, difficulty breathing, and confusion. These symptoms can easily be mistaken for other common illnesses, such as food poisoning or the flu. If carbon monoxide starts to fill homes while people are sleeping, exposure can be fatal before anyone realizes there is a problem. Infants, the elderly and people with respiratory and circulatory conditions are at increased risk of fatal carbon monoxide poisoning.

How to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning?

Carbon monoxide poisoning is a serious risk, but fortunately it is preventable. Stop CO source and prepare.Here are five safety tips for avoiding exposure to carbon monoxide, including installing carbon monoxide sensors in your home:

·Don’t use a gas stove for heating. Gas stoves produce carbon monoxide, which can fill your home with dangerous gases.

·Don’t drive in the garage. If you want to warm your car in winter, please take it out of the garage first. Carbon monoxide is a common byproduct of vehicle exhaust and can build up quickly in closed (or even open) garages.

·Maintain proper ventilation. It is very dangerous to run pneumatic tools such as generators, space heaters, and pressure washers in enclosed areas without adequate ventilation, such as basements or garages.

·Pay attention to safe cooking while camping. You should enjoy the wilderness safely. Do not use a charcoal grill, broiler, or camping stove in your home, tent, or camper. Also, open fires and fabric tents are usually incompatible.

·Install a carbon monoxide detector. The best carbon monoxide detectors are affordable, easy to install and could save your life. We recommend installing one on every floor of your home, near every bedroom and garage, to test the air quality.

Indoor CO detector alarm

The CO alarm adopts imported first-line major brand chemical sensors, which have the characteristics of rapid and sensitive response

Determination parameter: carbon monoxide
Power supply: Built-in lithium battery
Response time: < 1s
Power consumption: ≤0.15W (25℃)
Operating temperature: -10~50℃
Measuring range: 0-1000ppm
Size: 100*51mm

NDIR Modules Detect CO Gas

The good selectivity of CO gas sensor module makes up for the deficiency of traditional electrochemical sensor in the selection of high range test range.

Measuring range 0-100000ppm (default)
Measurement resolution 1ppm
Response time <30S(25°C)
Measurement accuracy ±5%F.S(25°C)
Preheat time <1min(25°C)
Reach accuracy <3min(25°C)
Average power consumption <60mA
Infrared light source band 2-14um

Explosion-proof 1
Fixed CO gas detector

Explosion-proof carbon monoxide sensor has wide measuring range, high accuracy, good linearity, good versatility, easy to use, easy to install

Determination parameter: carbon monoxide
Power supply: 12-24V power supply
Measuring range: 0-1000ppm
Communication port: 4-20mA
Measurement accuracy: 3%F.s
Response time: (T90, seconds) : less than 15
Power consumption: ≤1W (@12V DC,25℃)