Do not re-enter the building until the source of carbon monoxide has been
located and the problem corrected by a qualified technician
This section describes what action to take if you experience difficulty programming, installing, or
testing the CO alarm.
If the green power indicator light does not turn on when the unit is plugged in...
1) Make sure the outlet the unit is plugged into is not controlled by a switch. Move the unit to a
different (unswitched) outlet.
2) Check the outlet for the correct AC voltage using a voltmeter. If the meter reads 0 volts,
replace any blown fuse or reset the breaker switch at the main electrical panel.
3) Contact GE Security Technical Support at 1-800-777-2624 if steps 1 and 2 above do not
resolve the problem.
If the panel does not learn the unit...
1) Make sure the unit has not been plugged in for more than 67 seconds before pressing and
holding the test button prior to the learning attempt. Unplug the unit for 10 seconds and retry
2) Make sure the outlet the unit is plugged into is providing AC voltage.
If the unit sounds intermittent beeps and the green and red lights flash, the CO alarm is malfunc-
tioning. Contact GE Security Technical Support at 1-800-777-2624
Do not attempt to repair the CO alarm unit.
Panel Compatibility: CareTaker Plus, Commander 2000, Concord
Power Supply: 120 V AC @ 60 Hz, 7W
Operating Voltage: 102-132 V AC
Operating Temperature: 40°F to +100°F (4.4 to +37.8°C)
Average Standby Power: 2.5 W
CO Alarm Levels:
00 PPM. Activates in less than:
15 minutes @ 400 PPM
35 minutes @ 200 PPM
90 minutes @ 100 PPM
Dimensions: 6.5 x 3.5 x 1.5 inches (16.5 x 8.9 x 3.8 cm)
Alarm Sound Level: Continuous 85 dBA @ 10 ft. for a minimum of 4 minutes
Gases NOT Detected: Methane; Butane; Heptane; Ethyl Alcohol; Isopropyl Alcohol; Carbon
ITI/North American Sensor Carbon Monoxide Alarm Installation Instructions