- Memory Scan. Retains the CO level that activated the alarm. Invaluable tool for first responders (Coast Guard, Marina Personnel, etc.). After ventilation it is impossible to know what the CO level was unless your alarm has memory.
- Fully Operational During Mute. Mute does not override detection circuit, giving you full time protection.
- Micro Current Technology.Saves precious battery power.
- Advanced Time Weighted Average sensing technology programmed to 10% COHb curve. Eliminates Out-Gassing alarms.
- Long Life, Self Cleaning Sensor. Maintenance free sensor. No recalibration of the sensor required.
- Loud 85 dB Alarm. Alerts you to CO danger.
- Test/Reset Button. Used to temporarily silence alarm during ventilation. Tests all detector functions and activates Memory Scan.
Marine Operating Specifications
- Conforms to UL 2034-2009 for Marine use, including February 20, 2015 revisions. Meets ABYC A-24 recommended standards.
- Marine environment tested for salt water spray, cooking fumes, shock, humidity, temperature extremes, vibration and corrosion.
- Power 12 vDC, operational range 8-16 volts.
- Micro Current Technology: 60 milliamp (.06 amp.) current draw.
- Widest Operational Temperature Range Available:-40°F to +158°F
(-40°C to +70°C).
- Relative Humidity: 15% to 93%.
- Confirmation Circuit: Yes - Circuit reconfirms CO levels before alarming.
- Audible Alarm: Minimum 85dB @ 10 feet.
- Case Dimensions:
Model 60-541 Surface Case - 5.5"W x 3"H x 1.3"D.
Model 60-542 Flush Case - 6.5"W x 3.5"H x 1.25"D.
- Weight: 60-541 / 542 = 0.43 lb.
Marine Technologies reserves the right
to change specifications without notice.
Sources of CO While Boating
- Engine Exhaust
- Portable Space Heaters
- Defective Generator Exhaust System
- Galley Gas Stoves & Ovens
- Defective Engine Exhaust System
- Portable Grills
- Other Docked / Moored / Rafted Boats
|Early symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning while boating include: dizziness, nausea, fatigue, headaches and flu like symptoms.
High levels of CO poisoning can be permanently disabling or fatal.