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CO Sensor is an ultra-light, compact, battery-powered carbon monoxide detector, designed to be placed on a wall.
Its high sensitivity allows detecting the presence of the carbon monoxide (CO) gas at the early stage to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. The alarm is signaled with a built-in siren, blinking LED indicator and by sending commands to Z-Wave network devices. Additionally, the device is equipped with a temperature sensor.

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  • Compatible with any Z-Wave or Z-Wave+ Controller
  • Supports protected mode (Z-Wave network security mode) with AES-128 encryption
  • Wall-mounted
  • Battery-powered
  • Completely wireless
  • Alarm signalled with a built-in siren and LED diode
  • Built-in temperature sensor

Technical Data

  • Power supply: CR123A/CR17345 battery, 3.0V DC
  • Lifespan under typical conditions: 8 years
  • CO concentration measurement range: 0 – 450 ppm
  • Measuring accuracy: ±10ppm / ±5%
  • Operating temperature: 0 – 50°C
  • Operating humidity: 10-95%RH without condensation
  • Alarm siren sound level: 85 dBA at 3 meters (10 feet)
  • Alarm response times on default settings: 50ppm 60-90min100ppm 10 40min300ppm <1.5min
  • EU directives compliance: RED 2014/53/EURoHS 2011/65/EU, 2015/863EN 50291-1:2018
  • Radio protocol: Z-Wave (500 series chip)
  • Radio frequency: 868.0–868.6 MHz (EU)869.7–870.0 MHz (EU)908.4, 908.42 lub 916.0 MHz US;915.0–928.0 MHz (ANZ, BR)869.0 lub 869.02 MHz RU;
  • Radio transmit power: up to -5 dBm (EIRP)
  • Range: up to 50m outdoors up to 40m indoors (depending on terrain and building structure)
  • Dimensions (diameter x height): 65 x 28 mm

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use the CO Sensor as a stand-alone device (without being a part of smart home system)?

FIBARO CO Sensor may operate both as a stand-alone carbon monoxide detector and in cooperation with Z-Wave home automation system.

Can I install the CO Sensor on the ceiling?

The accessory should be installed on the wall, below the ceiling level and at least 30 cm (1 ft) away from the corners. Remember that Recommended height of installation depends on the purpose of the room and height at which head typically is.

Does the CO Sensor have expiration date?

Yes. Expiration date is located on sticker on the front of the device. Replace the device before given date or if sensor error is detected.

 May the sensor work as a Z-Wave signal repeater?

No, battery powered devices are not able to do so.

How to arm or disarm the Sensor?

FIBARO CO Sensor is always armed and ready to detect carbon monoxide.

The chart has been yellow for a few hours and despite that my alarm turned on. Why?

Long-term presence in the room with the lower concentration of CO can be as poisonous and harmful for your health as CO in high dosage. In the case of such situation, follow the messages displayed on your phone or Home Center interface.