|Item Weight||1.15 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.06 x 3.75 x 1.75 inches|
|Item model number||900-0076-01|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||Pack of 1|
|Luminous Flux||1 lm|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Special Features||STATE-OF-THE-ART SRNSOR TECHNOLOGY, DANGER LEVEL DISPLAY, RECALLS HIGHEST LEVEL, LOUD ALARM, PROTECTION DURING POWER OUTAGE, EXTRA-SENSITIVE PROTECTION, DIGITAL READOUT FROM 30-999 PPM PROVIDES CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF CARBON MONOXIDE, UPDATED DIGITAL READING EVERY 15 SECONDS LETS YOU SEE IF LEVELS CHANGE, LOUD 85 DECIBEL ALARM ALERTS YOU IF CARBON MONOXIDE LEVELS BECOME DANGEROUS,|
|Included Components||9V battery, user manual|
|Description Pile||DURACELL 9V|
|Warranty||10 Year Limited|
Kidde Nighthawk Plug-In AC/DC Carbon Monoxide Alarm Detector with Digital Display KN-COPP-3
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- Peak level button – Displays the peak CO level recorded by the alarm since it was last reset or unplugged
- Test button functions – Tests the unit for proper operation and resets the carbon monoxide alarm
- LED operation – Blinking dot in lower right corner of display denotes normal operation
- Ten years after the initial power up, this alarm will “beep” two times every 30 seconds to indicate that it is time to replace the alarm.
- Note: This CO alarm is not battery operated. However, these alarms are equipped with 9 volt battery backup – the 9 volt battery is to supply short term back-up during a power outage.
- Power source: 120VAC. Temperature range-40˚F (4.4˚C) to 100˚F (37.8˚C). Humidity range-5%-95% relative humidity (RH)
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Easy to Read Display
This plug-in CO alarm is designed with a clear, visible readout that will accurately record the levels of carbon monoxide present so that you can quickly know if an area of your home is at risk. It measures CO levels between 30 and 999PPM, and the display will also indicate if the battery needs to be replaced.
Always protect your family and home by making sure you are prepared for any emergency or hazard with the Kidde plug-in carbon monoxide detector. This CO meter uses an electrochemical sensor and features a clear digital display screen to monitor and record any CO levels in any room of your house. This sensitive and clear detector will leave you confident that you are protected against carbon monoxide.
Peak Level Memory Feature
Displays the peak CO level recorded by the alarm since it was last reset or unplugged
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Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Backup.
Protect your family from the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO) exposure with the Kidde KN-COPP-3 Nighthawk Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Backup and Digital Display. The Nighthawk is an easy-to-install unit that provides reliable protection against the dangers of CO. It features a digital display that shows CO levels in parts per million allowing you to see if, how, and when levels change.
This discreet alarm is designed to fit into any standard A/C outlet in your house.
The easy-read digital display updates every 15 seconds to indicate any abrupt changes or alarming trends in CO levels. View larger.
Designed for home use, the Kidde KN-COPP-3 Nighthawk is a UL-listed, A/C-powered, plug-in CO alarm that utilizes sophisticated electronic components and sensor technology to protect you and your family from the dangers of CO. It plugs directly into a standard A/C outlet and includes a 9-volt battery backup that provides continuous monitoring of CO levels--even during power outages.
About Carbon Monoxide: The Silent Killer
The leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in North America, carbon monoxide (CO) is often referred to as the silent killer because it's odorless, tasteless, and invisible. Carbon monoxide poisoning can come about via a number of sources, including everyday items and appliances in your home or office. And because symptoms of CO poisoning mimic the flu or other common illnesses it can often go undiagnosed.
Audible Alarm Pattern Alerts you to Elevated CO Levels
When placed on every level of your home, alarms like the KN-COPP-3 Nighthawk can help protect everyone in the house from CO exposure by giving you an unmistakable signal when levels have reached an unhealthy point. If unhealthy levels are detected, the alarm will emit four quick audible beats every five seconds until either levels decrease or the reset button is pressed.
Easy-to-Read Digital Display Shows CO Levels
The KN-COPP-3 Nighthawk is unique among traditional CO alarms because of its digital display. This display clearly shows levels of CO that the unit has detected and stored-- from 30 to 999 ppm--and it updates every 15 seconds to indicate any abrupt changes or alarming trends. The display also shows the peak CO level recorded by the alarm since it was last reset or unplugged.
LED Shows Sensor Status
With the KN-COPP-3 Nighthawk, you never have to wonder if the sensor is functioning properly. A blinking dot in the lower right-hand corner of the display denotes normal operation, so you can trust that it's working. In addition, you can test alarm function by pressing the test/reset button at any time to verify that the horn and electric circuitry are operating properly.
Convenient Mounting Options
The KN-COPP-3 Nighthawk has a low-profile design that makes it suitable for any room in your home. The detector can be plugged into any standard A/C outlet; it's plug can be snapped into the back of the unit and can be rotated so the alarm remains vertical, independent of whether the electrical socket is mounted vertically or horizontally. In addition, the alarm comes with a 6-foot extension cord, so the unit can be plugged into the wall outlet and then placed on a table or shelf. For the most thorough protection, place an alarm on every level of your home.
The UL-listed Kidde KN-COPP-3 Nighthawk has a seven-year life and is backed by a five-year limited warranty.
About Kidde: A UTC Fire and Security Brand
Renowned for global leadership in fire detection and suppression, Kidde provides solutions ranging from portable fire extinguishers to advanced industrial controls such as flame detection and explosion suppression systems. Kidde is a UTC Fire and Security brand, with a history that's rich with innovations, from the patent of the Chubb Detector Lock in 1818 to the development of the world's first wireless networked smoke detectors in 2004.
What's in the Box
Kidde KN-COPP-3 Nighthawk CO Alarm, 9-volt battery, mounting hardware, and installation guide.
Keep your family safe by placing alarms and extinguishers in each area of the house, and by having a fire escape plan. Click here for a detailed image.
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We had a fire in our fireplace on a cold day. It warmed our house so much that the furnace actually turned off for most of the day. When we went to bed and the fire went out, the furnace kicked back on. We hadn't realized that the exhaust for the furnace was not to code (not high enough on the roof pitch). We suspect now that the cold air had settled down into the furnace's exhaust. When the furnace kicked back on, the cold air prevented the CO2 from venting, pushing it back into our furnace room.
This alarm sounded in the middle of the night and woke me up. My husband's thought was that it was just the battery - and he suggested that I just pull the battery and deal with it in the morning. Luckily, I read the digital number readout on the alarm and knew that it was NOT a battery issue. Foolishly, I took the alarm with me down to the basement furnace room (I could have been killed by the CO2), and watched the numbers climb. I knew immediately that we needed to open windows/doors and get out. I now have one on each floor of my home. Never, NEVER disregard when you hear this alarm sound. The digital read out definitely confirmed that there was an issue - and I loved the fact that I could unplug it from the wall and walk around the home watching for a change in the readings.
And, yes, we promptly made sure that everything was code - but I will never be without the peace of mind that this detector gives me.
I checked the manufacture date right away when I opened it, which I suggest you do too. I purchased this in October 2016. My manufacture date was July 2016. Can't expect much better than that. Make sure you check that when you get yours but it looks like Amazon has fixed the issue of sending out old items.
Another big issue I read was people saying the alarm was not going off when they had readings. They clearly did not read the manual. ALL home CO alarms will have a delay before alarming. It says this clearly in the manual. It breaks it down into different groups in how fast it will alarm based on how much of a reading it will get. This prevents a small reading from something like a cigarette or from the oven door opening shortly from setting off the alarm and being an annoyance.
The battery issue I will have to update on. I'm using the wall plug but people have complained about it draining battery still then.
Now onto my review. I like the fact that it can be mounted several different ways. If you want to plug it straight into the wall you can and that's how it comes set up. The plug can be removed and there is a cord so you can hang it on a wall away from a wall socket (hardware included). The plug can be rotated so if you have a horizontal plug you can hang it vertical still.
It is kind of large but it only covers one socket when plugged into the bottom socket. I like that it has a screen and stores peak CO readings so you'll know if there is any CO getting into areas where it shouldn't.
I haven't had any issues with it yet and I assume it's working because I'm not dead yet. I'll update after a few weeks when I figure out if there is an issue with the battery drainage.
Comes with a battery and hardware to hang it.
The plug and cord are neatly house at the back of the unit, so if you have a close electrical outlet you can just plug it in. If not, the cord unravels and you can plug it in further away from the appliances. (just don't have it too far away or it may not be as effective in the case of a CO leak).
We have had the unit for a few weeks now and it has constantly measured "0" (parts per million - ppm). Because the unit doesn't alarm for readings below 35 ppm, there is a button you can press to check if there have been any lower-level readings detected. Again, for us, when we checked through this function it also always read "0". We finally asked ourselves......does this unit even work?!!
Well we found a way to check it out, and indeed, the unit does work very well.
My husband took the unit to the garage, and then drove our car into the garage, turned off the engine and shut the door down. He waited a minute or less and the unit indeed detected a small amount of CO (15ppm - see picture). Because it was under 35 ppm, the unit did not alarm, but at least we now know it really does work.
I would never suggest you try to check your unit by running your car in a closed garage. We were just measuring the fumes from an engine that was switched off, just as if you came home, parked and turned off your car, got out and shut the garage door.
We are very happy with how the Kiddie Nighthawk CO detector works and are very glad to have it in our home - great peace of mind from a great product that we wouldn't hesitate to recommend to others.
Device should take a reading every 15 seconds & 30 ppm should be lowest it can detect per manual.
Called support, was told I was wrong, device works.
Informed device needs following exposures to record any peak measurements or alarm:
36ppm for 50 consecutive hours!
400ppm for 8 minutes.
Reading is based on a scale, higher the ppm, sooner before it registers a reading.
Hours must be consecutive, so a device turning on and off will no register a low reading.
Customer service hung up on me while I was talking. I was dissatisfied, but not being rude or disrespectful.
This device seems fine for those who are ok being slowly poisoned.
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Thanks to this detector and it's visible readout, we are probably alive to attest to the reliability of this detector.
We bought 3 more for every level in our house - so easy to install. Just plug it in to an outlet. You never know. The boiler was only 7 years old.