Replace your 10LLDCO with the new and improved K10LLDCO carbon monoxide alarm from Kidde. Powered by a sealed lithium battery that will power the alarm for its full 10 year lifespan without needing to be replaced, and for extra peace of mind the battery is covered by the 10 year manufacturer's warranty. The alarm combines a digital display for current and peak level CO readings with 3 distinct status LEDs to indicate alarm, normal operation, and fault. It has been updated from the previous 10LLDCO model to comply with the latest British Standards to ensure your home is protected. There is also a warning with plenty of notice at the end of its lifespan to indicate when it is due for replacement.
|Alternative Product Codes||K10LLDCO, 10LLDCO|
10 Year Sealed Lithium
72 x 119 x 39mm
Digital Display & LED Indicators
0°C to 40°C
Up to 90% RH (non-condensing)
Display: 11ppm (parts per million) CO gas
Alarm: 50ppm (parts per million) CO gas
85dB (A) at 3 metres
5% to 95% RH (non-condensing)
-20°C to 60°C
Carbon monoxide (chemical symbol: CO) is a colourless, odourless, tasteless and toxic gas created by the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels (gas, oil, coal and wood) used in our everyday appliances such as heaters, engines and boilers.
Protect yourself and your family by purchasing a CO detector and learning about the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning.
The symptoms of CO poisoning can range from mild flu-like symptoms such as headache, drowsiness, confusion, nausea and dizziness to more severe symptoms like breathing difficulties and irregular heartbeat. CO poisoning can ultimately lead to coma and death.
View more symptoms on our carbon monoxide information page.
Make sure rooms and heaters are well ventilated, have your chimneys and flues checked regularly, make sure boilers and heaters are maintained and serviced regularly. Buy a carbon monoxide alarm/detector. A carbon monoxide alarm will measure the concentration of carbon monoxide in a room and sound an alarm if the CO concentration is higher than permitted
CO detectors should be installed near boilers and other potential sources of carbon monoxide.
Place the detector 1 to 3 meters away from the boiler, etc. to avoid small start-up CO discharges to cause false alarms.
It is advisable to install detectors in areas of your home that you spend the most time in such as the living room and bedrooms. Larger homes may require several detectors to cover the property fully.
Please note: we recommend referring to the manufacturer installation guide that came with your detector for full instructions.
From February 2022 all homes in Scotland must be fitted with interlinking smoke and heat alarms. In addition carbon monoxide alarms are required if there is a carbon-fuelled appliance or flue. View our list of alarms suitable for the Scottish regulations.
Every Kidde KEK10LLDCO is supplied with the following components.
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