Standard for single and multiple station carbon monoxide detectors.

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Underwriters Laboratories , [s.l.]
SeriesUL 2034
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Open LibraryOL15490977M
ISBN 101559892749

1 Scope. These requirements cover electrically operated single and multiple station carbon monoxide (CO) alarms intended for protection in ordinary indoor locations of dwelling units, including recreational vehicles, mobile homes, and recreational boats with.

SCOPE 1 Scope These requirements cover electrically operated single and multiple station carbon monoxide (CO) alarms intended for protection in ordinary indoor locations of dwelling units, including recreational vehicles, mobile homes, and recreational boats with enclosed accommodation spaces and cockpit areas.

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UL Standard for Safety for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms, UL Each single and multiple station carbon monoxide alarm shall Standard for single and multiple station carbon monoxide detectors.

book provided with installation instructions which shall include the following information: n) The word ²WARNING² and the following or equivalent text: ² This product is intended for.

buy ul 4 single and multiple station carbon monoxide alarms from sai global. These requirements, where applicable, also cover all remote accessories that may be connected to or are intended to be employed with a single or multiple station carbon monoxide alarm.

a) Single and multiple station smoke alarms that are covered by the Standard for Smoke Alarms, ULor the Standard for Smoke Alarms. a) Single and multiple station smoke alarms that are covered by the Standard for Smoke Alarms, ULor the Standard for Smoke Alarms, ULC-S b) Smoke alarms of the nonself-contained type that are intended for connection to a household or industrial system control unit.

According to Underwriters Laboratories (UL)Standard for Safety for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Detectors, home CO detectors must sound a warning before CO levels reach parts per million over 90 minutes, parts per million over 35 minutes or parts per million over 15 minutes.

The standard requires the alarm must.

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"Approved carbon monoxide alarm." The term includes: (1) A single or multiple station carbon monoxide alarm listed as complying with the Approved American National Standard for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms (ANSI/UL) or a carbon monoxide detector listed as complying with the Approved American National Standard for Gas.

ANSI/ULStandard for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms, as listed in Chapter 35 of the New York City Building Code. ANSI/ULStandard for Gas and Vapor Detectors and Sensors, as listed in Chapter 35 of the New York City Building Code.

Section provides a reference to NFPAStandard for the Installation of Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detection and Warning Equipment, where such equipment is mandated by another section of the Code. It is noted that not all occupancies are required to be provided with CO detection and warning : Gharrington.

Single station and double station smoke detectors serve the same purpose: To alert you when there is smoke in your home. However, depending on the property, you will use single station or double station detectors. the Standard for Safety for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms.

Listings are available for a variety of CO Carbon monoxide (CO) alarms play an important role in protecting the public against carbon monoxide poisoning. Having a basic understanding of CO poisoning, CO alarms.

Carbon Monoxide Detectors. There is nothing in the NEC that deals with carbon monoxide. To learn about carbon monoxide detectors and alarms in homes, we refer to NFPAthe Standard for the Installation of Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detection and Warning e carbon monoxide is said to be the number one killer, many communities have passed legislation adopting all or parts of.

(1) A single or multiple station carbon monoxide alarm listed as complying with the Approved American National Standard for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms (ANSI/UL) or a carbon monoxide detector listed as complying with the Approved American National Standard for Gas and Vapor Detectors and Sensors (ANSI/UL This is the most widely applicable testing standard for carbon monoxide detectors, and is intended to set a base performance level for devices sold 'for continuous operation in domestic premises'.

You should ensure that a CO detector purchased for the home conforms to. CO alarms are Listed in the Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms category. These units are investigated in accordance with ULthe Standard for Safety for Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms.

Kidde Code One battery operated carbon monoxide alarm Kidde Code One battery operated carbon monoxide alarm utilizes sophisticated electronic components to protect you and your family from the dangers of carbon monoxide.

This alarm includes a slide-out-battery door that gives immediate access to the batteries and a safety feature that makes it difficult to close the door without the batteries. Standards: ANSI/UL Single and Multiple Station Smoke Alarms. NFPA 72 (National Fire Code) Chapter For your information, the National Fire Protection Association's Stand reads as follows: One- and Two-Family Dwelling Units.

Smoke Detection. Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms. Standard Edition and Issue Date: 3rd Edition Dated Febru To maintain consistency among the UL smoke and detector standards, UL is proposing to include surge immunity and surge current test requirements for UL Each single and multiple station carbon monoxide alarm.

NOTE: The UL Standard for Residential Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms does not permit UL listed CO alarms to automatically display or activate an alarm signal at CO levels below 30 PPM. In the late s Underwriters Laboratories changed the definition of a single station CO detector with a sound device to carbon monoxide (CO) alarm.

This applies to all CO safety alarms that meet UL standard [1] ; however for passive indicators and system devices that meet ULUL refers to these as carbon monoxide detectors. UL Standard for Safety Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide Alarms These requirements cover electrically operated single and multiple station carbon monoxide (CO) alarms intended for protection in ordinary indoor locations of dwelling units, including recreational.

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Features sensor options for carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, and oxygen coupled with LED/audible/vibrating alarms. The UL White book includes a category listing for smoke alarms on page and is entitled “Single- and Multiple-station Smoke Alarms.” The category code (UTGT) indicates that these are for indoor locations.

requirements for carbon monoxide alarms can be found at Section R Both are similar pieces of equipment and have. Single Station Alarm Device. An assembly that incorporates the detector, the control equipment, and an alarm-sounding device in one unit operated from a power supply either located in the unit or obtained at the point of installation.

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Smoke Alarm. A single or multiple station alarm device responsive to. • Complies with UL Sensitivity Limits: The UL Standard for Residential Single and Multiple Station Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms requires an alarm signal at or below 70 PPM within minutes TWA, and does not permit an alarm signal below 30 ppm for 30 days.

CHAPTER FIRE SAFETY IN RESIDENTIAL DWELLINGS. SUBCHAPTER A. SMOKE DETECTORS AND FIRE SAFETY INFORMATION. Sec.

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DEFINITIONS. In this chapter: (1) "Carbon monoxide alarm" means a device that detects and sounds an alarm to indicate the presence of a harmful level of carbon monoxide gas.

(2) "Department" means the Texas Department of. Often called the invisible killer, carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas created when fuels (such as gasoline, wood, coal, natural gas, propane, oil, and methane) burn incompletely.

In the home, heating and cooking equipment that burn fuel are potential sources of carbon monoxide. Vehicles or generators running in an attached garage can also produce dangerous levels of carbon monoxide. SPS Note Note: Pursuant to this subdivision, carbon monoxide alarms need to be acceptable under the edition of the UL standard, Single and Multiple State Carbon Monoxide Alarms.

SPS (2)(d)2. Standards: Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Single and Multiple Station carbon monoxide alarms UL According to Underwriters Laboratories Inc. UL, Section Nest Protect is designed to detect smoke and carbon monoxide in a residential environment. It has multiple sensors to help it understand what’s happening in your home and a photoelectric sensor to detect slow, smoldering fires.

Nest Protect can be used as a single station or multiple station alarm.Covers carbon monoxide (CO)–detection devices, including single- and multiple-station CO alarms and system-connected CO detectors and sensors connected to a control unit.

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