Fibaro CO Sensor – Protects From Invisible Danger
The Fibaro CO Sensor is an ultra-light, compact, battery-powered, Z-Wave carbon monoxide detector, designed to be placed on a wall. Its high sensitivity allows to detect the presence of the carbon monoxide (CO) gas at the early stage in order to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Alarm is signalled with a built-in siren, blinking LED indicator and by sending commands to Z-Wave network devices. Additionally, the device is equipped with a temperature sensor.
One device with many features
A certified carbon monoxide sensor with exceptional measurement precision. It is able to detect even slightly increased amounts of carbon monoxide, which are enough to affect your wellbeing over time. With higher concentrations, the Fibaro CO Sensor will immediately inform you about a threat. The sensor even works without being connected to the system, so it can continuously monitor the home.
The in-built temperature sensor allows you to adjust the heating and air conditioning with greater precision. It’s as easy as connecting the Fibaro CO Sensor to the system and making use of the measurements it provides. By detecting sudden temperature increases it may also help reveal locations where a fire might start.
An audible alarm will alert you when the concentration of carbon monoxide becomes dangerous. It will signal the sensor’s status and low battery level. Beacuse it is a stand-alone device, working independently of the system – it will save your life even if there is a power cut at your home.
Simplicity saves lives
Simple and comprehensible indicators will allow anyone to immediately assess the threat.
Monitor the key appliances
Receive an instant notifications
The system lets you know instantly about increased carbon monoxide levels by sending important information straight to your smartphone.
Know more whenever you like
The Fibaro carbon monoxide sensor is an unique solution in one device that ensures exceptional measurement precision and offers clear CO concentration graphs when connected to the system. The information related to CO levels is saved, so you can go back through the archived data whenever you like.