Designed to provide reliable carbon monoxide detection, the WS4933 is a low profile Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector that is ideal for difficult-to-wire residential or commercial applications. Compatible with PowerSeries and Impassa control panels from DSC, the Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector features a built-in 85dB sounder, electro-chemical sensing technology, a Hush feature to prevent false alarms, and automatic low sensitivity supervision
The Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector is ideal for residential or commercial applications where running wire to a CO detector is either difficult or impossible. With no wires to run, installers are able to save time and move more quickly through the installation process. All it requires for installation is a screwdriver and any compatible DSC control panel.
False Alarm Reduction
DSC is committed to reducing false alarms and has integrated a number of features into the Wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector to provide reliable detection. One important feature is the Hush button. When the detector goes into alarm, the end user can press the Hush button to silence the detector’s sounder for 5 minutes, and delay the communication of the alarm to the monitoring station. After 5 minutes have passed, if CO is still present, the detector will go into alarm again. This allows the homeowner to take action during a false alarm situation to avoid costly penalty charges.
IMPASSA Self-Contained 2-Way Wireless Security System
ALEXOR 2-Way Wireless Security System
PowerSeries V4.5 with RF5132 V5.1 , RFK55XX V1.2 , or TR5164-433
WS4920 Wireless Repeater
Electro-chemical sensing technology
Built-in 85dB sounder
Local test button
Low profile design
High/Low sensitivity reporting
Low battery indication
3 AAA batteries included
UL/ULC/EN listed for commercial and residential applications
Name: DSC WS4933 Wireless CO Detector, Johnson Controls, DSC
Category: DSC, Intrusion, Life Safety Devices, Carbon Monoxide Detectors
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