Safe-T-Alert 35 Series Flush Mount Dual LP & Carbon Monoxide Alarm, White

Catalog Item # 70014

Safe-T-Alert alarms protect you from hidden dangers on the road.

Designed for the Rugged RV Environment. Ideal for Class A motorhomes, Class B, Class C, Travel Trailers, Fifth Wheels, Truck & Folding Campers.

  • Meets 5/1/2011 requirements set by RVIA for CO alarms and Propane Detectors.
  • Test/Reset Button - Mute alarm during ventilation. Tests both alarm functions with one touch.
  • Both alarms operate during mute cycle and will re-alarm if hazardous conditions recur.
  • Both sensors continue to work during alarm.
  • 12 Volt hard-wired model prevents accidental disconnection and no batteries to replace.
  • UL listed for RVs and Unconditioned Areas for both Carbon Monoxide and Propane
  • Built for the extreme RV environment.
  • Supply and Current Draw 12 vDC 108 mA @ 12 vDC
  • Fits Safe-T-Alert Model 30-442 Cut Out and CCI LP Gas Alarm Cut Out for Flush Mount Models.

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.
6.375"W x 2.875"H x 1.25"D

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 3 reviews (4 Based on 3 Reviews)

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Cons
  • Low voltage irritant (1)
  • Small (1)

It works

by Anonymous – September 12, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

It works as stated.

It works

by S Dancy – October 27, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

It was easy to install and works like it should.

Doesn't work as designed

by PERE WICKES – March 03, 2017
3 out of 5 stars

I got this to replace my old sensor. I was told it was the same size to fill the hole in the wall, but it isn't, is the prope

It is recommended that you check the cross reference list for selection of a Safe-T-Alert alarm based on the model number from a CCI unit.
by Camping World – June 13, 2016
The installation instructions state to mount the alarm at least 4 inches but not more than 20 inches off the floor.
by Camping World – June 13, 2016
Mine goes off when the battery gets down, after about 3 days of camping. We are very conservative with our battery, and when the meter indicates I have 1/3 left the alarm will sound, it's a good indicator my batteries are low, LOL.
by Anonymous – August 21, 2016
If the 'LP Gas' light is flashing, you probably have a leak at one of the appliances. If the 'Carbon Monoxide' light is steady red, there is a high chance it is being set off by generator exhaust either from your own RV or another RV near by. Model 35-741/35-742: User Manual
by Camping World – May 06, 2016

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