Pyronix CO-WE (2nd Generation)
Date: 20th April 2021
Categories: CCTV, Fire products, Carbon Monoxide detection
Pyronix are pleased to announce the release of their second generation CO-WE Detector
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colourless, odourless, tasteless and highly toxic gas that can be deadly if it accumulates in enclosed spaces.
The CO-WE (2nd Generation) is an essential lifesaving device, which protects homes and families against this danger; raising the alarm locally via its 85dB sounder and remotely via connected Pyronix smart device apps, if CO is present.
Laurence Kenny, Marketing Director, said: “We’re delighted to announce the second generation CO-WE to our expanding Life Safety range. It provides great new features such as the easy learn button and a superior 10 year battery life in the detector, providing peace of mind and excellent protection against carbon monoxide.”
Key features of the CO-WE (2nd Generation)
- Two-way wireless CO sensor
- Loud and obvious alarm
- Pyronix High Security Wireless Encryption Protocol
- Low-battery supervision
- Tamper protection
- No wires, no fuss
- Signal Strength Indicators (SSI)
Outstanding battery life
The main detection element of the detector features a fixed L91 lithium battery, continuously detecting within a property and providing peace of mind for 10 years. The radio module itself has a CR123A battery, providing our usual lifespan of up-to 2 years.
The CO-WE (2nd Generation) now also features self-diagnostics, meaning if there’s anything wrong in the detector itself, fault messaging within the main element will send the fault over to the panel and flashing LEDs on the detector will denote what the issue is.
Evolving basket of goods
An easy upsell, along with the CO-WE (2nd Generation), that increases the longevity and value of Pyronix systems, with voice push notification capabilities via the app to alert the user of danger.
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