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					          CO-9X User Manual




      7 YEAR LIFE
   CARBON MONOXIDE
   POISONOUS GAS ALARM




Please read me – as I could save your life.
                          CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION                2     WHAT TO DO IN THE EVENT
                                  OF AN ALARM                14
FEATURES                    2
                                  USEFUL NUMBERS             15
CARBON MONOXIDE AND
HOW IT CAN AFFECT YOU             TECHNICAL INFORMATION      16
AND YOUR FAMILY             3
                                  DISPOSAL                   17
WHERE TO INSTALL YOUR
DETECTOR                    5     7 YEAR WARRANTY            18

HOW TO INSTALL YOUR               RETURNS                    19
DETECTOR                    7
                                  PRODUCT RANGE              19
POWER PACK ACTIVATION       8
                                  NOTES / DISABLING TAB      20
POWER PACK DEACTIVATION     9     STORAGE PAGE

OPERATING FEATURES          9

UNDERSTANDING THE
PRODUCT’S INDICATORS       12

MAINTAINING / TESTING
YOUR DETECTOR              13



Note: This User Manual is also available in large text and other
formats. Please call 0800 141 2561 for further information
        INTRODUCTION                                         FEATURES
Congratulations! You’ve made a wise             •	 An	advanced	electrochemical	sensor	
investment in an innovative product and your       designed to accurately measure low levels
personal safety. The FireAngel CO-9X 7             of carbon monoxide (CO) providing an
Year Life Carbon Monoxide Poisonous Gas            early warning of toxic CO levels in your
Alarm is one of a new generation of domestic       home
life safety products from Sprue Safety          •	 Detects	carbon	monoxide	continuously
Products Limited, which combines the latest     •	 Resistant	to	false	alarms	caused	by	normal	
technology and innovative design to provide        household contaminants
an aesthetically pleasing and effective
                                                •	 Sounds	a	loud	85dB	alarm	(at	1metre	(3	
contribution to your home safety.
                                                   feet)) to alert you in case of an emergency
The FireAngel range of products is constantly   •	 Test/reset	button
being improved and expanded. Please visit       •	 Regular	self-check	to	ensure	detector	is	
www.fireangel.co.uk to find out about the          operating correctly
latest additions to our product range.          •	 Simple	to	mount,	portable,	ideal	for	
                                                   travelling
Sprue Safety Products manufactures some of      •	 Certified	to	the	European	Carbon	
the most technologically advanced carbon           Monoxide alarm Standard
monoxide detectors in the world.                   BS	EN	50291	:	2001
                                                •	 7	year	warranty




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   CARBON MONOXIDE                                •	 Medium Exposure: Severe throbbing
                                                     headache, drowsiness, confusion, fast
    AND HOW IT CAN                                   heart rate.
    AFFECT YOU AND                                •	 Extreme Exposure: Unconsciousness,
     YOUR FAMILY                                     convulsions, cardiorespiratory failure,
                                                     death.
Carbon monoxide is a dangerous, poisonous
gas that kills hundreds of people each year       Your FireAngel CO detector monitors the
and injures many more. It is often referred to    level of CO as parts per million (ppm) in the
as the silent killer because it has no odour or   atmosphere surrounding the detector.
taste and cannot be seen. Like oxygen, CO
enters the body through the lungs during the
                                                  35ppm   The maximum allowable
normal breathing process. It competes with
                                                          concentration for continuous
oxygen by replacing it in the red blood cells,
                                                          exposure for healthy adults in any
thereby reducing the flow of oxygen to the
                                                          8	hour	period,	as	recommended	
heart, brain and other vital organs. In high
                                                          by the Occupational Safety and
concentrations, CO can kill in minutes.
                                                          Health Administration (OSHA).
Many cases of reported carbon monoxide
poisoning indicate that while victims are         200ppm Slight headache, fatigue,
aware they are not feeling well, they                     dizziness,	nausea	after	2	-	3	
become disorientated and unable to save                   hours.
themselves by either exiting the building or      400ppm	 Frontal	headaches	within	1	-	2	
calling for assistance. Exposure during sleep             hours,	life	threatening	after	3	
is particularly dangerous because the victim              hours.
usually does not wake up.                         800ppm Dizziness, nausea and
                                                          convulsions	within	45	minutes.	
Symptoms of CO poisoning                                  Unconsciousness within 2 hours.
The following symptoms may be related to                  Death	within	2	-	3	hours.
CO poisoning which all household members
should	be	made	aware	of:                          Should you suspect CO may be affecting you
                                                  or your family, open the doors and windows
•	 Mild Exposure: Slight headache, nausea,        of your property to ventilate, turn off your
   vomiting, fatigue (often described as ‘flu-    appliances and evacuate the premises. At
   like’ symptoms).                               this time the authorities should be contacted
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to locate the source of the carbon monoxide       trace one source of the spillage of combustion
before re-entering the building. Medical          products from fuel-burning appliances or
attention should be sought for anyone suffering   from chimneys.
the effects of CO poisoning (headache,
nausea,	see	page	3).                              Do not:
                                                  •	IGNORE	ANY	WARNING	FROM	YOUR	
Common sources of CO                                CO DETECTOR!
•	 Oil	and	gas	boilers
                                                  •	Burn	charcoal	inside	your	home,	caravan,	
•	 Portable	generators                              tent or cabin
•	 Oil	or	solid	fuel	cookers                      •	Install,	convert	or	service	fuel-burning	
•	 Gas	or	paraffin	heaters                          appliances without proper knowledge, skill
•	 Barbecues                                        and expertise
•	 Clogged	chimneys                               •	Use	a	gas	cooker	for	heating	a	room
•	 Wood	or	gas	fireplaces                         •	Operate	unvented	gas	burning	appliances	
•	 Cigarette	smoke                                  using paraffin or natural gas in closed
•	 Gas	appliances                                   rooms
•	 Any	fossil	fuel	burning	appliance              •	Operate	petrol-powered	engines	indoors	
                                                    or in confined areas
                                                  •	Ignore	a	safety	device	when	it	shuts	an	
     WARNING: This FireAngel carbon
                                                    appliance off
     monoxide detector is not a combustible
gas detector, nor a smoke detector. Please
install the proper detectors to detect            Always:
combustible gases, or smoke.                      •	Buy	appliances	accepted	by	a	recognised	
This CO detector should not be seen as a            testing laboratory
substitute for the proper installation, use,      •	Install	appliances	according	to	the	
and maintenance of fuel-burning appliances          manufacturer’s instructions
(including appropriate ventilation and exhaust    •	Have	appliance	installations	carried	out	by	
systems), nor the sweeping of chimneys.             professionals (for gas appliances engineers
                                                    should be registered)
    WARNING: Do not use this carbon               •	Have	your	appliances	checked	regularly	
    monoxide detector on an intermittent            by a qualified service engineer
basis, or as a portable detector for trying to    •	Have	your	chimneys	and	flues	cleaned	

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  professionally every year                           WHERE TO INSTALL
•	Make	regular	visual	inspections	of	all	fuel-         YOUR DETECTOR
  burning appliances
•	Do	not	barbecue	indoors,	or	in	an	                 WARNING: This detector will only
  attached garage                                    indicate the presence of carbon monoxide
•	Open	windows	when	a	fireplace	or	oil/          gas at the sensor. Carbon monoxide gas may
  solid fuel cooker is in use                    be present in other areas.
•	Only	install	CO	detectors	that	meet	the	
  requirements	of	BS	EN	50291:2001	in	           In which room should the detector be
  your home                                      installed?
•	Be	aware	of	CO	poisoning	symptoms	(see	        Ideally, an apparatus should be installed
  page	3)                                        in every room containing a fuel burning
                                                 appliance. Additional apparatus may be
EDUCATE YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY                 installed to ensure that adequate warning
ON THE SOURCES AND SYMPTOMS OF                   is given for occupants in other rooms, by
CO POISONING AND HOW TO USE                      locating	apparatus	in:
YOUR CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR                    •	Remote	rooms	in	which	the	occupant(s)	
                                                   spend considerable time whilst awake and
                                                   from which they may not be able hear an
                                                   alarm from apparatus in another part of the
                                                   premises, and
                                                 •	Every	sleeping	room.

                                                 However, if there is a fuel burning appliance
                                                 in more than one room and the number of
                                                 apparatus is limited, the following points
                                                 should be considered when deciding where
                                                 best	to	put	the	apparatus:
                                                 •	Locate	the	apparatus	in	a	room	containing	
                                                   a flueless or open-flued appliance, and
                                                 •	Locate	apparatus	in	a	room	where	the	
                                                   occupant(s) spend most time.
                                                 •	If	the	domestic	premises	is	a	bedsit	(a	
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  single room serving as both sitting and          a it should be located close to the ceiling;
  bedroom) then the apparatus should be            b it should be located at a height greater
  put as far from the cooking appliances              than the height of any door or window;
  as possible but near to where the person         c	it	should	be	at	least	150mm	from	the	
  sleeps.                                             ceiling.
•	If	the	appliance	is	in	a	room	not	normally	
  used (for example a boiler room), the
                                                   If	the	apparatus	is	located	on	the	ceiling:
  apparatus should be put just outside the
                                                   a	it	should	be	at	least	300mm	from	any	
  room so that the alarm may be heard more
                                                       wall and any ceiling obstruction e.g. light
  easily. Alternatively, a remote alarm siren
                                                       fittings.
  may be connected to a type A apparatus
  located in a room(s) containing a fuel-
  burning appliance.                               Apparatus located in sleeping rooms and in
                                                   rooms	remote	from	a	fuel	burning	appliance:
                                                   Apparatus located in sleeping rooms or
Where in the room should I place the
                                                   located in rooms remote from the fuel-burning
detector?
                                                   appliance should be located relatively close
Apparatus located in the same room as a fuel-
                                                   to the breathing zone of the occupants
burning	appliance:
For both wall and ceiling mounted apparatus
                                                   Where not to put the detector
the	following	applies:
                                                   The	apparatus	should	not	be	installed:
a The apparatus should be at a horizontal
  distance	of	between	1m	and	3m	from	the	          •	In	an	enclosed	space	(for	example	in	a	
  potential source.                                  cupboard or behind a curtain).
b If there is a partition in a room, the           •	Where	it	can	be	obstructed	(for	example	
  apparatus should be located on the same            by furniture).
  side of the partition as the potential source.   •	Directly	above	a	sink
c Carbon Monoxide detectors in rooms with          •	Next	to	a	door	or	window
  sloped ceilings should be located at the         •	Next	to	an	extractor	fan
  high side of the room.                           •	Next	to	an	air	vent	or	other	similar	
                                                     ventilation openings
In addition to the above the following must        •	In	an	area	where	the	temperature	may	
be	observed:                                         drop	below	-10°C	or	exceed	40°C
If	the	apparatus	is	located	on	a	wall:             •	Where	dirt	and	dust	may	block	the	sensor

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•	In	a	damp	or	humid	location	(for	example	          HOW TO INSTALL
  in a bathroom)
                                                     YOUR DETECTOR
•	In	the	immediate	vicinity	of	the	cooking	
  appliance                                        NOTE: This apparatus should be installed
•	Within	1m	(3	feet)	of	mobile	phones              by a competent person who feels able to
                                              install it according to the instructions.

                                              Firstly write the installation date on your
                                              detector in the area provided. We recommend
                                              that your detector is installed on the wall.

                                              To mount on a wall or ceiling:
                                              Please ensure that you use the screws provided,
                                              as they were chosen specifically for use with
                                              this product. Use template below for guidance
                                              on marking hole positions. Drill holes into the
                                              wall. Insert the plastic wall plugs. Screw in
                                              the screws. Ensure screws are protruding from
                                              the	wall	by	3mm	to	allow	detector	to	slot	onto	
                                              screws.

                                              To place on a shelf:
                                              The base of the detector has been designed
                                              to allow it to stand freely on a shelf.

                                                  WARNING: When placing on a shelf,
                                                  please adhere to the same positional
                                              recommendations as described on page 5
                                              and 6.

                            Drill hole spacing

                                   66mm
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           POWER PACK                                WARNING: Prolonged exposure to the
                                                     sounder in close proximity to your ears
           ACTIVATION                             may damage your hearing.
See diagram opposite
a Your detector comes complete with an
  integrated power pack that will provide
  power for its entire operational life. To
  activate the power pack you need to pull
  the disabling tab (see image). This will in
  turn pull out the metal disabling clip, which
  is attached to the end of the tab, from
  the disabling socket which is situated on
  the underside of the detector. Retain the
  disabling tab for future use by taping it to
  page	20	of	this	manual.
b When the detector is activated the Power
  LED will begin to flash green once every
  minute to indicate that the detector is
  receiving power from the power pack and
  is fully operational.
c Test the sounder, power pack and circuitry
  by pressing and holding the centre of the
  Test/Reset button briefly to confirm that       Under normal operating conditions, the power
  the detector is operating properly. The         pack will last for the lifetime of the product ie.
  sounder will sound as soon as the button is     7 years.
  pressed, and the Alarm LED will illuminate
  red indicating that the sounder is working      The detector will not protect against the risk of
  and the power pack is providing power           carbon monoxide poisoning when the power
  to the unit. This test for the sounder, power   pack has drained.
  pack and circuitry should be performed on
  a weekly basis. This should be continued
                                                      WARNING: Prolonged exposure to
  for the lifetime of the product.
                                                      extreme high or low temperatures may
                                                  reduce the life of the power pack.
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           POWER PACK                                OPERATING FEATURES
          DEACTIVATION
                                                   Your FireAngel detector offers many features
Your CO-9X is portable, making it ideal for        which set it apart from other CO detectors on
taking with you on holiday. You will need to       the market today.
deactivate your detector when travelling or
even when storing e.g. when decorating.            Test/Reset button feature
Fitting is the reverse of removal. To deactivate   This	button	will:
the detector the two ends of the metal clip must   •	Test	the	sounder,	power	pack	and	circuitry
be inserted into the corresponding holes in the    •	Allows	you	to	test	the	sensor	by	introducing	
disabling socket located on the underside of         a source of CO into the detector (see
the detector (see image). You can ensure that        ‘Testing The Sensor’ below).
the product is disabled by pressing the test       •	Silence	the	loud	85dB	(at	1	metre	(3	feet))	
button - if there is no sound from the sounder       sounder during an alarm (only for alarms
then the clip has been fitted correctly.             due	to	levels	of	CO	of	less	than	50ppm)

                                                   Testing the sounder, power pack and
                                                   circuitry
                                                   Test the sounder, power pack and circuitry
The clip must
remain in the                                      by pressing and releasing the Test/Reset
disabling socket                                   button to confirm that the detector is operating
to keep the power                                  properly. The sounder should sound as soon
pack deactivated.
                                                   as the button is pressed, and the Alarm LED
                                                   will illuminate red indicating that the sounder
                                                   is working and the power pack is providing
    NOTE: If the disabling tab is no longer        power to the unit. This test for the sounder,
    available then the clip can be replicated      power pack and circuitry should be performed
by opening out a thin metal paper clip into        on a weekly basis.
a U-shape.
                                                   Testing the sensor

                                                       NOTE: We suggest the use of an
                                                       incense stick or cigarette as the inefficient
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way in which these products burn means                        5	seconds).	Release	the	Test/
the smoke given off contains a detectable                     Reset button. Upon releasing
localised amount of carbon monoxide.                          the Test/Reset button the Fault
Alternative sources of smoke, for example                     LED will flash yellow once every
an extinguished candle or match, will not                     second. This indicates that the
contain sufficient levels of carbon monoxide                  sampling rate of the detector has
to obtain a response from the detector during                 increased and can be tested
this test. Please note your CO detector will not              using a known source of CO.
detect smoke.
                                                     Test/Reset
                                                       Button
     CAUTION: Sensor testing should only
     be performed by a responsible adult.
This test should be performed annually.

NOTE: CO test kits may be used in order
to avoid having to burn cigarettes, incense
    sticks etc. However we recommend that
    incense sticks are used as they are cheap
and readily available.
                                                   Step 3     Light a cigarette or an incense
•	Read	all	steps	thoroughly	before	attempting	                stick using a match or lighter. If
  to test your the sensor                                     using an incense stick be sure
                                                              to blow out the flame so that
Step 1      If the detector is wall or ceiling                the incense stick is smouldering.
            mounted unhook the detector from                  Extinguish the lighter, or put out
            the screws.                                       the match and place it into a dish
Step 2      Cover the sounder vents with                      of water.
            one hand. Press and hold the           Step 4     Turn the detector on its side so
            Test/Reset button down with                       that the vents on the right hand
            your thumb/finger until the Fault                 side of the detector are pointing
            LED illuminates yellow and the                    downwards (see diagram
            sounder sounds for a second time                  opposite). Hold the burning
            (this should happen after around                  cigarette	or	incense	stick	15	cm	
10
          (6 inches) below the detector, so
          that the smoke enters the vents
          on the side of the detector. An
          increase in the localised carbon
          monoxide level within the sensor
          to	more	than	50ppm	will	cause	
          the sounder to sound for one
          cycle of four loud beeps and
          the Fault LED to illuminate yellow
          for a short time. This is the end
          of the test. The Fault LED will         15cm
          no longer flash yellow and the           (6”)
          detector will go back to normal
          operating mode ie. the Power
          LED will flash green once every
          minute (It may take up to two
          minutes of exposure to the smoke
          for the localised level of carbon
          monoxide within the sensor to
          reach	over	50ppm).	Now	move	
          the source of CO away from the
          detector as the test is finished.
Step 5    After step 4, put out the incense
          stick or cigarette by placing it into
          a dish of water. Ensure that all
          flames have been extinguished.

NOTE: If the localised carbon monoxide
     level within the sensor does not reach
     50ppm during the test, the sensor test
will stop automatically after 3 minutes.




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      UNDERSTANDING
                                                   If the product is still within warranty then
       THE PRODUCT’S                               contact technical support. If the product is no
        INDICATORS                                 longer in warranty replace immediately!

The higher the concentration of carbon                  IMPORTANT: The selected power pack
monoxide detected by the detector, the                  was chosen to provide power beyond
quicker it will respond. When sufficient           the lifetime of the product, in particular the
carbon monoxide is detected a loud audible         sensor (under normal operating conditions).
signal	(85	dB	at	1m	(3	feet))	will	be	emitted	     The sensor life is seven years, for this reason,
and the Alarm LED will flash red once every        the detector should be replaced after seven
second.                                            years from the date of installation.

The Alarm will sound:                              FireAngel Technical Support Line
•	Between	60	and	90	minutes	when	                  9.00am	–	5.00pm,	Monday	–	Friday.
  exposed	to	a	minimum	of	50ppm	of	CO.             Telephone: 0800 141 2561
•	Between	10	and	40	minutes	when	                  (1-800 523171 in EIRE)
  exposed	to	a	minimum	of	100ppm	of	CO.            e-mail:	technicalsupport@fireangel.co.uk
•	Within	3	minutes	when	exposed	to	a	
  minimum	of	300ppm	of	CO.

Fault / low power pack signal:
The unit continuously checks the settings of its
sensor and circuitry. If any of these settings
are found to be incorrect or if the power pack
becomes low then the detector will emit a
single chirp once per minute and the Fault
LED will flash yellow once per minute for up
to	30	days.

   IMPORTANT: This does NOT mean
   that the detector has detected carbon
monoxide.


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        MAINTAINING /                             •	Move	the	detector	to	a	safe	location	and	
                                                    store in a plastic bag before painting, wall
        TESTING YOUR                                papering, or performing any other activities
          DETECTOR                                  using substances that emit strong fumes.
                                                    Remember to remove it from the bag and
Maintenance                                         replace the detector when these activities
Your detector will alert you to potentially         are finished.
hazardous CO concentrations in your home
when maintained properly. To maintain your        Failure of any test should be reported to
FireAngel detector in proper working order,       the	 technical	 support	 line	 (see	 page	 19	 for	
and to ensure that the sensor will last for the   contact details).
lifetime of the product, it is recommended that
you:                                              Do not attempt to repair your CO detector.
•	Test	the	sounder,	power	pack	and	circuitry	     Do not remove any screws or open the main
   of your detector at least once per week by     casing of your detector. Any attempt to do so
   pressing the Test/Reset button briefly (see    may cause malfunction and will invalidate the
   page 9).                                       warranty.
•	Perform	the	Sensor	Test	annually	(see	page	
    9).
•	Keep	the	detector	free	of	dust	by	gently	
    vacuuming the case with a soft brush
    attachment when required.

To prevent the possibility of contaminating the
sensor in your detector and thus affecting its
reliability:
•	Never	use	cleaning	solutions	on	your	
  detector. Simply wipe with a slightly damp
  cloth.
•	Do	not	paint	the	detector.
•	Do	not	spray	aerosols	on	or	near	the	
  detector.
•	Do	not	use	any	solvent	based	products	
  near the detector.
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      WHAT TO DO IN THE                            •	Do	not	re-enter	the	property	until	the	alarm	
                                                     has stopped. When exposed to fresh air it
     EVENT OF AN ALARM                               can	take	up	to	10	minutes	for	the	sensor	to	
                                                     clear and the alarm to stop depending on
     WARNING: A loud alarm is a warning
                                                     the level of carbon monoxide detected.
     that unusually high and potentially lethal
levels of carbon monoxide are present.             •	Get	medical	help	immediately	for	anyone	
Never ignore this alarm, further exposure            suffering the effects of carbon monoxide
can be fatal. Immediately check residents for        poisoning (headache, nausea), and
symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning,               advise that carbon monoxide poisoning is
and contact the proper authorities to resolve        suspected.
all CO problems. NEVER IGNORE ANY                  •	Do	not	use	the	appliance	again	until	it	has	
ALARM.                                               been checked by an expert. In the case
                                                     of gas appliances the engineer must be
Please carefully review this owner’s manual to       registered.
ensure that you know what actions to take in
the event of an alarm.

What to do during an alarm
•	Keep	calm	and	open	the	doors	and	
  windows to ventilate the property.
•	Stop	using	all	fuel	burning	appliances	and	
  ensure, if possible, that they are turned off.
•	Evacuate	the	property	leaving	the	doors	
  and windows open.
•	Ring	your	gas	or	other	fuel	supplier	on	their	
  emergency number; keep the number in a
  prominent place.

Write your fuel supplier’s emergency number
here	(see	opposite	for	more	useful	numbers):


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                             USEFUL NUMBERS
         National Gas Emergency Service        0800 111 999 (24 Hours)

                          Gas Safe register    0800 408 5500

                      Solid Fuel Association   0845 601 4406
Advisory service for domestic and solid fuel
                                 appliances

                                     HETAS     0845 223 3033
  Trade association for solid fuel engineers

                                    OFTEC      0845 658 5080
  Trade association for Oil Fired Appliance
                                   engineer

                                  NACS         01785 811732
 National Association of Chimney Sweeps

                                      IPHE     01708 472791
Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineers




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                       TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Detector	Specifications:	     Model	CO-9X
Sensor	Type:	                 Electrochemical
Sensor	Life:	                 7	Years
Alarm	Sound	Level:	           85dB	at	1	metre	(3	feet)
Power	Pack	Life:	             7	years	(Life	of	product)
Temperature	Range:	           -10ºC	(14ºF)	to	40ºC	(104ºF)
Operating	Humidity	Range:	    30	-	90%	RH
Weight:	                      90	grams	(3.2oz)
Certified	to:	                BS	EN	50291	:	2001

This FireAngel carbon monoxide detector is designed to continuously monitor for CO. Its response
times	meet	the	requirements	of	BSI	standard	BS	EN	50291	:	2001.

The	alarm	will	sound:
•	Between	60	and	90	minutes	when	exposed	to	50ppm	of	CO.
•	Between	10	and	40	minutes	when	exposed	to	100ppm	of	CO.
•	Within	3	minutes	when	exposed	to	CO	levels	of	300ppm	or	more.




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    WARNING:             APPARATUS                    DISPOSAL
    CONFORMING TO THIS STANDARD
MAY NOT PROTECT PEOPLE WHO ARE AT       Waste electrical products should not
SPECIAL RISK FROM CARBON MONOXIDE       be disposed of with regular household
EXPOSURE BY REASON OF AGE,              waste. Please recycle where facilities exist.
PREGNANCY OR MEDICAL CONDITION. IF      Check with your local authority, retailer or
IN DOUBT, CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR.          manufacturer for recycling/disposal advice
                                        as regional variations apply.
A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR IS NOT       The power pack should be deactivated before
A SUBSTITUTE FOR A SMOKE ALARM OR A     disposal. To do this, insert the pins on the end
COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR.               of the disabling tab back in to the socket on
                                        the underside of the detector (see page 9). If
REPLACE UNIT   AFTER   7   YEARS   OF   the disabling tab is no longer available then
OPERATION.                              the clip can be replicated by opening out a
                                        thin metal paper clip into a U-shape.
                                        You can also return your carbon monoxide
                                        detector to us for disposal. For return address
                                        see the section on Returns. Please include a
                                        note confirming the product is being returned
                                        for disposal.

                                            WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO
                                            OPEN - DO NOT BURN




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     7 YEAR WARRANTY                                   from accident, misuse, disassembly, abuse
                                                       or lack of reasonable care of the product,
Warranty coverage                                      or applications not in accordance with the
Sprue Safety Products Ltd warrants to the              user manual. It does not cover events and
original purchaser that its enclosed sealed            conditions outside of Sprue Safety Products
carbon monoxide detector be free from                  Ltd’s control, such as Acts of God (fire, severe
defects in materials and worwanship under              weather etc). It does not apply to retail stores,
normal residential use and service for a period        service centres or any distributors or agents.
of 7 (seven) years from the date of purchase.          Sprue Safety Products Ltd will not recognise
                                                       any changes to this warranty by third parties.
Provided it is returned with postage prepaid           Sprue Safety Products Ltd shall not be liable
and proof of purchase, Sprue Safety                    for any incidental or consequential damages
Products Ltd hereby warrants that during the           caused by the breach of any expressed
7 (seven) year period commencing from                  or implied warranty. Except to the extent
the date of purchase Sprue Safety Products             prohibited by applicable law, any implied
Ltd, at its discretion, agrees to replace the          warranty of merchantability or fitness for a
unit free of charge. The warranty on any               particular purpose is limited in duration to 7
replacement FireAngel CO-9X 7 Year Life                years.
Carbon Monoxide Poisonous Gas Alarm
will last for the remainder of the period of the       This warranty does not affect your statutory
original warranty in respect of the detector           rights. Except for death or personal injury,
originally	 purchased	 –	 that	 is	 from	 the	 date	   Sprue Safety Products Ltd shall not be liable
of original purchase and not from the date             for any loss of use, damage, cost or expense
of receipt of the replacement product. Sprue           relating to this product or for any indirect, or
Safety Products Ltd reserves the right to offer        consequential loss, damages or costs incurred
an alternative product similar to that being           by you or any other user of this product.
replaced if the original model is no longer
available or in stock. This warranty applies to
the original retail purchaser from the date of
original retail purchase and is not transferable.
Proof of purchase is required.

Warranty disclaimers
This warranty does not cover damage resulting
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               RETURNS                                    PRODUCT RANGE
We recommend that you contact the FireAngel         Sprue Safety Products Ltd manufactures an
Technical Support Line in the first instance        extensive range of home safety products
on 0800 141 2561, text phone users dial             including smoke alarms, carbon monoxide
18001	0800	141	2561	or	callers	from	EIRE	           detectors, fire extinguishers and remote
dial	1-800	523171	as	we	may	be	able	to	             sounding devices. For more details visit
remedy the problem quickly over the phone           www.fireangel.co.uk
(this is to prevent unnecessary returns that take
a	longer	time	to	process).	Alternatively	e-mail:
technicalsupport@fireangel.co.uk

If there is a fault that we are unable to resolve
then our technical support team member will
provide you with a returns authority number so
that your product can be returned for testing.

To return your FireAngel CO-9X under
warranty, send it suitably packed and with the
power pack deactivated (see page 9) with
postage prepaid; a note indicating the returns
authority number and describing the reason
for	return,	with	proof	of	purchase	to:

           Sprue Safety Products Limited
           Vanguard Centre
           Sir William Lyons Road
           Coventry, CV4 7EZ
           UK




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                             Technical Support Line
                                 0800 141 2561
                 UK Textphone users dial 18001 0800 141 2561
                            EIRE dial 1-800 523171

                                   Email
                      technicalsupport@fireangel.co.uk

                                      Web
                                www.fireangel.co.uk




                 Sprue Safety Products Ltd.
                 Vanguard Centre
A Sprue Safety   Sir William Lyons Road       BS EN 50291:2001       CO-9X
Products Brand   Coventry CV4 7EZ UK             KM 551504       GN0283/R4

				
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