- Plug-in (120V, 60 Hz)
- Two "AA" battery backup
- Remote testing
- Digital readout
- Memory chip stores highest levels permanently
- Samples air once every second
- Silencer button alarms if levels persist
- Self testing systems alerts if malfunctions
- 3 indicator light
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- 5 year warranty
*Orders shipped to stores in Alaska and Hawaii will receive a 70% shipping discount.
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Comments about First Alert® CO Detector (CO615):
It was brought up that a fire department responded to a CO alarm recently and discovered that the First Alert CO detector model CO615 can be activated by a TV remote that is pointed at the unit and the channel up/down or volume up/down button held for five seconds. This is apparently a feature to test or silence the unit. This is the first any of us were aware of this, however it is noted in the 615 owners manual.