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Re: Smoke and CO2 detectors

They should really be on a 24 hour 12 volt circuit and they kind of fall under UL 2034


I fell it is a small investment and have a SAFE-T-ALERT unit

Marine Operating Specifications

UL Listed to UL 2034-2005 for Marine use, including March 8, 2007 revisions. Meets ABYC A-24 recommended standards.
Marine environment tested for salt water spray, cooking fumes, shock, humidity, temperature extremes, vibration and corrosion.
Power 12 vDC, operational range 8-16 volts.
Micro Current Technology: 60 milliamp (.06 amp.) current draw.
Widest Operational Temperature Range Available:-40°F to +158°F
(-40°C to +70°C).
Relative Humidity: 15% to 93%.
Confirmation Circuit: Yes - Circuit reconfirms CO levels before alarming.
Audible Alarm: Minimum 85dB @ 10 feet.
Case Dimensions:
Model 60-541 Surface Case - 5.5"W x 3"H x 1.3"D.
Model 60-542 Flush Case - 6.5"W x 3.5"H x 1.25"D.
Weight: 60-541 / 542 = 0.43 lb.
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