New Smoke Detectors Utilize Carbon Monoxide Sensor
Smoke detectors have saved more lives than can be counted, but Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, N.Y., recently released four new models that have the ability to significantly reduce false alarms. This is made possible by processing and analyzing more than just smoke and heat.
The F220 Series of detectors contain a carbon monoxide sensor that provides additional environmental information. According to the company, these detectors mathematically compare all three characteristics in such a manner that the result is a reduction in false alarms.
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