62 Series Marine Surface Mount - Marine Carbon Monoxide Alarms Features

  • NMMA Listed Component
  • Space Saving design works in harsh marine environment.
  • No False Alarms due to new boat smell, outgassing or non-hazardous levels of hydrocarbon gases encountered while boating.
  • Works in extreme temperatures. Only marine CO alarm listed to operational temperatures of -40°F to 158°F. Alarm has consistently held up in the excessive cold and heat due to high quality sensor.
  • No False Alarms due to new boat smell, outgassing or non-hazardous levels of hydrocarbon gases encountered while boating. Interconnect and generator shut off alarms available.
  • Low Current Draw(37 mA). Innovative micro current circuit saves battery power for the boater.
  • Alarm Mute with Auto Reset. With a press of a button, the mute circuit will temporarily silence the alarm while the boater ventilates the cabin. Alarm will reactivate if it still senses dangerous levels of CO.
  • End of Life Signal alerts boater to replace the alarm after 5 years of service.
  • Memory Scan. Retains the CO level that activated the alarm. After ventilation, it is impossible to know what the CO level was unless the detector has memory.
  • Rapid recovery sensor resets when silenced or reactivates alarm if dangerous levels of CO remain.

62 Series Marine Surface Mount Operating Specifications

  • Certified to CSA Std 6.19-01 (R2006)*
  • Conforms To ANSI / UL STD 2034*
  • * Testing Laboratory: ETL/Intertek
  • Alarm Point: 400 PPM 4-15 Minutes
  • Low voltage power warning at 7 Volts
  • Power Supply and Current Draw: 37 mA @ 13.8 VDC
  • Operational Range: 13.8 Volts +/-15%
  • Low voltage power warning at 7 Volts
  • Operating Temperature: -40°F to +158°F
  • Case Size: 3.5"W x 2.5"H x 1.25"D - Mounting Bracket .25"D
Item #DescriptionPrice 
62-541-Marine-BLBlack Mini Carbon Monoxide Alarm Surface Mount$89.95
62-541-Marine-WTWhite Mini Carbon Monoxide Alarm Surface Mount$89.95
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