Fibaro CO Sensor (HomeKit)

Fibaro CO Sensor (HomeKit)

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  • Brand:Fibaro
  • Support:Full UK/EU Based Tech Support
  • Technology:✓ Bluetooth ✓ Homekit
£109.95

Fibaro CO Sensor is a HomeKit-enabled Carbon Monoxide detector using Bluetooth® low energy wireless technology. Its high sensitivity allows to detect the presence of the Carbon Monoxide (CO) gas at the early stage in order to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Alarm is signalled with a built-in siren, blinking LED indicator and by sending information to your iOS device. Additionally, the accessory is equipped with a temperature sensor.

+ Compatible with Apple HomeKit technology
+ Bluetooth® low energy technology for wireless communication
+ May be used as stand-alone Carbon Monoxide detector
+ Wall-mounted
+ Battery-powered
+ Completely wireless
+ Alarm signalled with a built-in siren and LED diode Built-in temperature sensor

Intuitive mobile app

Devices added by the extremely user-friendly Fibaro app are visible and supported in the Apple HomeKit app. The installation is simple and managing your home has never been that easy and fast.

Siri voice control

Control HomeKit-enabled Fibaro accessories with voice using Siri directly from iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

+ Battery type: CR123A 3.0V battery (included)
+ Battery life: 3 years on default settings (tested with Panasonic Industrial Lithium)
+ Lifespan under typical conditions: 8 years
+ CO concentration measurement range: 0-450 ppm
+ Measuring accuracy: ±10ppm / ±5%
+ Operating temperature: 0-50°C (32-122°F)
+ Alarm response times on default settings: 50ppm 60-90min; 100ppm 10-40min; 300ppm <1.5min
+ Alarm siren sound level: 85 dBA at 3 meters (10 feet)
+ EU directives compliance: R&TTE 1999/5/EC; RoHS 2011/65/EU; EN 60950-1
+ Radio protocol: Bluetooth® low energy
+ Radio frequency: 2.4 GHz
+ Temperature measuring range: 0-60°C (32-140°F)
+ Dimensions (diameter x height): 65 x 28 mm (2.5 x 1.1 inch)

Fibaro Homekit Accessories are compatible with the Apple HomeKit framework