RE615 - Alula Wireless Encrypted Carbon Monoxide Detector (for Connect+ Control Panel)

RE615 - Alula Wireless Encrypted Carbon Monoxide Detector (for Connect+ Control Panel)
RE615 - Alula Wireless Encrypted Carbon Monoxide Detector (for Connect+ Control Panel)
Item# RE615
List Price: $155.90
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Alula RE615 Product Description:

The Alula RE615 is a Connect+ encrypted, wireless carbon monoxide detector that is designed to communicate over the 433.92 MHz frequency to the Alula Connect+ security system panel. The RE615 CO detector detects concentrations over 50 ppm and flashes a red LED light, in accordance with UL2034 specifications. If levels remain over 50 ppm for typically 90 minutes the alarm siren will sound using its built-in 85dB temporal 4 sounder that provides maximum audible notification.

Carbon monoxide, also known as "CO" by the chemical form, is considered to be a highly dangerous poisonous gas, because it is colorless, odorless or tasteless and very toxic. In general, biochemistry phenomena have shown that the presence of CO gas inhibits the blood's capacity to transport oxygen throughout the body, which can eventually lead to brain damage. In any enclosed space (home, office) even a small accumulation of CO gas can be quite dangerous.

To install the RE615 CO detector, please mount the sensor on a ceiling or on the wall. Please take note, since CO gas moves freely in the air, the suggested location is in or as near as possible to sleeping areas of the home. The human body is most vulnerable to the effects of CO gas during sleeping hours. For maximum protection, as CO alarm should be located outside primary sleeping areas or on each level of your home. The electronic sensor detects carbon monoxide, measures the concentration and sounds a loud alarm before a potentially harmful level is reached.

Do not install the CO detector in these scenarios; where the normal ambient temperature may drop below 32°F (0°C) or exceed 120°F (49°C), near paint thinner fumes, within 5 feet (1.5 meter) of open flame appliances such as furnaces, stoves and fireplaces, in exhaust streams from gas engines/vents/flues/chimneys, close proximity to an automobile exhaust pipe, keep the CO alarm away from excessively dirty, dusty or greasy areas such as kitchens and garage.

To enroll the RE615 CO detector, begin by placing your panel in enrollment mode. Then press and hold the TEST button until you hear the sounder beep. To test the CO alarm is enrolled into the panel, simply press and hold the TEST button until you hear the sounder beep.

Product Features:

  • Detects carbon monoxide
  • Sleek design
  • Wall tamper
  • Strong, reliable RF signal
  • Low battery indication
  • 5 year warranty

Alula RE615 Product Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 4.7 x 4.1 x 1.6 inches (12.0 x 10.4 x 4.1 cm)
  • Weight (with Batteries): 6.53 ounces (185 grams)
  • Mounting Fastener: #6 screws and anchors (provided)
  • Operating Temperature: 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
  • Maximum Humidity: 15 - 95% non-condensing relative humidity
  • Replacement Batteries: 2 x Alkaline AAA Batteries (Duracell MN2400BK)
  • Sensor Indications: Low Battery, Supervision, Removal Tamper, Fault, End of Life
  • Audible Alarm: 85 dBA at 10 feet (3m) minimum
  • Frequency: 433.92 MHz
  • System Compatibility: Connect+ RE6100
  • Certification: FCC, IC, UL2034, CSA 6.19-01

Alula RE615 Product Installation:

Where to Install?

  • Every room containing a fuel burning appliance
  • Rooms where occupants spend a considerable amount of time
  • Every Bedroom
  • Any room with an appliance where people sleep
  • Any room containing a flueless or open-flued appliance
  • Any room where the occupant(s) spend most of their time
  • In a single room dwelling, the CO Alarm should be placed as far away from the cooking appliance as possible, but near to where the person sleeps
  • If the appliance is in a room not normally used, such as a boiler room, the CO Alarm should be placed just outside the room so that the alarm will be heard more easily

Where to NOT Install?

  • Within 3 feet of a cooking appliance
  • In an enclosed space (e.g. in or below a cupboard)
  • In a damp or humid area
  • Directly above a sink or kitchen appliance
  • Next to a door, window, air vent or anywhere that it would be affected by drafts
  • Next to an extractor fan
  • Over heat sources such as radiators or hot air vents
  • Where it would be obstructed (e.g. by curtains or furniture)
  • In an area where the temperature could drop below 40°F (4.4°C) or rise above 100°F (37.8°C)
  • Where dirt or dust could block the sensor
  • In areas where the CO Alarm may be exposed to water splashes, dripping or condensation (e.g. in a bathroom, above an electric kettle, etc.)
  • Near paint, thinners, solvent fumes or air fresheners

How to Install in Rooms with Fuel Burning Appliance?

  • If there is a partition in the room, the CO Alarm should be located on the same side of the partition as the potential source.
  • If it is mounted on a wall, it should be located at a height greater than the height of any door or window but still be at least 6 inches from the ceiling.
  • In rooms with sloped ceilings, the CO Alarm should be located at the high side of the room at least 12 inches from the peak.
  • The CO Alarm should be installed 5 to 10 feet horizontally from the potential CO source.
  • If it is mounted on the ceiling it should be at least 12 inches from any wall or light fitting.
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