CO sensor for G.A.S.-pro and G.A.S.-pro III
The carbon monoxide sensor for your G.A.S.-pro and G.A.S.-pro III
Supplement the protection provided by your gas alarm with a CO sensor – it reliably detects odourless and life-threatening carbon monoxide.
Detects carbon monoxide
Warns reliably of odourless carbon monoxide before it becomes dangerous
Extendable connection cable
Can be extended to up to 7 m – for easy installation under the vehicle ceiling
Your G.A.S.-pro/G.A.S.-pro III already warns you reliably of escaping gases such as propane, butane or narcotic gas. But carbon monoxide can also be life-threatening. The CO sensor detects the odourless gas and warns you in time. Carbon monoxide can escape, for example, if there is a defect in the gas heating. Because it cannot be perceived by the human olfactory organ, no vehicle should be without a CO sensor. The carbon monoxide sensor has a connection cable with a length of 4 m, or 7 m with extension, and is installed just below the ceiling of the vehicle. Thus, it can even detect carbon monoxide produced in a fire.
You need to know about these gases
Scope of delivery
- CO sensor for G.A.S-pro
- Assembly material
- Article number
- Current consumption
- ca. 6 mA
- approx. 80 g
- Detected gases
- Carbon monoxide (CO)
- approx. 71 x 49 x 19 mm
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