The best way to protect your family and pets is with a CO Monitor which will alert you to a Carbon Monoxide issue before it becomes a problem.
There are a variety of monitors on the market but some offer a higher level of protection than others. If you searching for a CO monitor, the NSI 3000 Low Level monitor is an excellent choice.
The NSI low-level monitor senses CO levels as low as 5 ppm (parts per million). Infants, children, elderly, people with respiratory or heart ailments are provided little or no protection from deadly CO with standard alarms. Long-term exposure to low-level CO above 15 ppm can cause illness and even permanent disabilities.
Most CO monitors found in retail stores don't activate an alert until levels reach 70ppm, or higher for 3-1/2 hours or more. By the time CO levels in your home reach 70ppm, your family or pet may already be experiencing the negative affects of Carbon Monoxide poisoning.
Plug-in models don’t always allow for proper placement and don’t work during power outages. The NSI 3000 is battery powered for 24/7 protection.
The NSI 3000 CO monitor uses the same technology and sensors as in professional-grade CO analyzers used by contractors, fire departments, and utilities. Plus NSI’s unique Continuous Scan mode lets you know the monitor is operational 24/7!
Accurate, low-level CO detection requires better and more expensive components, which can make the monitor more expensive than other models found in retail stores.
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