Another example of UL 2034 approved monitors and cross sensitivity
By the way, had another ‘incident’.
Two nights ago my wife was stripping an old piece of furniture on the porch. Looked like rain so I told her to put it in the basement. Had forgotten that I relinquished my old Nighthawk down there. After about an hour I hear something alarming in the basement. Sure enough the Nighthawk was going off.
Took a CO Experts monitor down…..nothing.
Thank You, …. once again this PROVES that “Building” a Good C O Sensor REQUIRES a Good “Stacking / Filtering Process”, of a Sensor designed “Specifically” for Carbon Monoxide, ….. NOT a “Multi-Gas Sensor”.
Regards, …………………… George
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