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Gentex GN-503F Hard Wired Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Backup - Gentex GN-503F Hard Wired Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Backup

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Ships from warehouse. Est. Ship Date May. 30, 2022
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Gentex GN-503F Hard Wired Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Backup


AllegroMedical.com presents The Gentex GN-503F Hard Wired Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Backup. This combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarm is hard wired with battery backup for reliable notification in homes, apartments, hospitals, hotels, motels and other commercial properties. This is a photoelectric single station smoke alarm with electrochemical sensor carbon monoxide alarm. One year warranty. Five year limited warranty on CO sensor.

Features:

  • 85dBA alarm horn at 10 feet
  • 120VAC with 9V battery backup
  • DUALINK differentiating tones: T3 temporal smoke alarm, T4 temporal carbon monoxide alarm
  • Auxiliary Form A/Form C relay contacts
  • Relay contacts operate on battery backup
  • Push button self test feature
  • Push button functional test feature
  • Non-latching (self restoring) alarm
  • Low battery or missing battery indicator
  • Meets state, federal, and ADA requirements
  • Quick-disconnect wiring harness
  • Connect up to a maximum of 12 Gentex GN-503 combination smoke/CO alarms
  • 9V battery backup
  • UL Listed (USA); CSFM listed
  • One and five year warranty
More Information
Brand Name Gentex
Manufacturer Number GEN-GN503F
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