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Safe-T-Alert alarm system combines two safety devices into one
Using a carbon monoxide alarm that plugs into the wall outlet and is intended for home use isn't adequate for RV use as they will not be functional all the time, especially when you are on the road.
According to RVLifeMag.com, units used in RVs are normally powered by batteries. If you neglect to change the batteries at the start of the camping season, the alarm will do you no good. In addition, experts suggest users test the unit regularly for proper operation by pushing the test button.
The Safe-T-Alert alarm system can be wired into your RV's 12-volt electrical system to ensure it constantly works.
This item is a compact, flush mount detector that uses the latest microprocessor technology to sense potentially dangerous levels of not only carbon monoxide, but propane and methane gases as well.
It sounds a loud 85 dB alarm to keep your family safe in your RV if unsafe levels of gas are detected.
The Safe-T-Alert alarm system is available in either white or brown.