C O - Experts Low Level C O "Health" Monitor
The Best C O Monitor in the World,
is Now Also the Best Smoke Detector.
USA & Canadian C O Alarm
Activation Levels Required – UL-2034 & CSA-6.19
No Displays under 30ppm
No alarms at 70ppm for
60 - 240 Minutes
150ppm, 10 - 50 Minutes
400ppm, 4 - 15 Minutes
C O - Experts Low Level
"HEALTH" Monitor's Alarm
Activation Levels
Display & Audible Alarm at
10ppm, initial Alarm
25ppm, more rapid Alarm
35ppm, more rapid Alarm
50ppm, more rapid Alarms
70ppm, very rapid Alarm
C O - Experts Model 1070 EXCEEDS the Requirements of EVERY C O Standard presently in force
Worldwide: ACGIH, NIOSH, OSHA, EN-50291,
CSA-6.19-01 and UL-2034.
Scientists have recently released Medical Studies conducted at several leading University Medical Centers
that provide PROOF POSITIVE , ..... that the
C O - Experts Low Level C O "Health" Monitor preforms a "Medical Miracle" by reducing or eliminating a
MAJOR contributor to increased OXIDATIVE
STRESS, which greatly increases the sympthoms and suffering associated with many serious illnesses ! ! !
According to Scientist at UCLA, and Research Scientists at other Leading Medical Institutions throughout the
World, who have recently released Reports on their
Medical Studies regarding the many devastating effects of Chronic Low Level C O Poisoning.
THIS PRODUCT CAN PREVENT or REDUCE many of the HARMFUL effects on the following:
1. Underweight Babies, smaller Head sizes and some forms of Mental and Physical Defects in the
NEWBORN. The FETUS is severely and irreversibly effected
by Low Levels of COHb during the 3rd trimester of pregnancy.
2. WILL REDUCE or PREVENT Permanent DAMAGE to the HEARING of the very young often caused by
Oxidative Stress.
3. WILL REDUCE "A Known Risk Factor", "OXIDATIVE STRESS", and the increased SUFFERING caused by
CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING IN MANY EXTREMELY SERIOUS DISORDERS INCLUDING:
a. Alzheimer's b. Parkinson's c. Multi Sclerosis d. Lou Gherig's disease e. Cardiovascular Disease f. Anemia
g. Asthma
4. Will REDUCE the 33% that SUFFER HEART TROUBLE AFTER C O POISONING.
5. Will REDUCE the NUMBER of STROKES Suffered Due to BAD INDOOR AIR QUALITY.
*REVIEW THESE RECENTLY RELEASED MEDICAL STUDIES:
1. Expired air carbon monoxide concentration in mothers and their spouses above 5 ppm is associated with
decreased fetal growth.
Gomez C, Berlin I, Marquis P, Delcroix M.
View Abstract: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?
db=pubmed&cmd=Retrieve&dopt=AbstractPlus&list_uids=15980786&itool=iconabstr&query_hl=1&itool=pubmed_docsum
2. Contact: Elaine Schmidt; eschmidt@mednet.ucla.edu; 310-794-2272; University of California - Los Angeles
How chronic exposure to tiny levels of carbon monoxide damages hearing in young ears
UCLA scientists first to identify mechanism
FINDINGS: UCLA scientists have discovered how chronic exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide [C O]
damages the inner ear, resulting in permanent
hearing loss. At the Ca/OSHA's exposure limit of 0.0025 percent -- or 25 parts per million CO in the air – the
gas creates oxidative stress, a condition
that damages the cochlear cells, leading to impairment of the auditory nerves.
CONTEXT: Tobacco smoke, gas heaters, stoves and ovens all emit C O, which can rise to high
concentrations in poorly ventilated homes. Infants and children
are particularly vulnerable to C O exposure because they spend a great deal of time in the home. NO
policies exist to mandate regulation of C O in the home.
IMPACT: This is the first time that inhaled C O has been linked to oxidative stress, a KNOWN RISK FACTOR
IN MANY DISORDERS, including
Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Multi Sclerosis, Lou Gherig's Disease and Cardiovascular Disease. Tobacco
smoke, which contains C O, also aggravates
many of these diseases. The UCLA findings highlight the need for policy makers to reexamine the regulation
of C O due to car exhaust, tobacco smoke,
smog, and heating and cooking appliances; as well as any and all sources of carbon monoxide.
3. Carbon pollution blamed for heart damage
Dec 03 (Reuters) - Air pollution clearly causes immediate damage to the heart, including heart attacks, but
its short-term effects on asthma and other
respiratory symptoms are harder to document, U.S. researchers said on Wednesday.
To View Abstract: http://heart.healthcentersonline.com
4. Strokes go up as air quality drops. People are more likely to be hospitalized for strokes on days when air
pollution is bad, new research shows.
[Consider that indoor air "can" be 5 times as bad as outdoor air] To View Abstract: http://heart.
healthcentersonline.com/newsstories/strokesgoupasairqualitydrops.cfm
5. Carbon Monoxide often damages heart
Among people who suffer moderate to severe carbon monoxide poisoning, more than one third will develop
cardiovascular symptoms, new research
indicates. http://heart.healthcentersonline.com/newsstories/carbonmonoxideoftendamages.cfm
6. The following quote is the first paragraph of a Great New C O Study, done at the Indiana University School
of Medicine.
"The following patients may be encountered during an emergency department [ED] shift: a 7 year old with a
first-time seizure, an eighty year old with
syncope, a family with flulike illness, a pregnant patient with vomiting and dizziness, a 45 old with chest pain,
a comatose patient from a house fire, and
a factory worker with a headache. Although these complaints may sound diverse, [C O] exposure may
account for all of these clinical scenarios. C O
exposure often goes unrecognized and can lead to significant morbidity and mortality. Rapid recognition and
appropriate therapy can improve outcomes
significantly." http://www.coexperts.com/CO%20Poisoning.pdf
Features & Benefits of C O - Experts
Model 1070 & 2004
Warning Levels & Cycles:
Updated Every 5 Seconds
0 to 9 PPM ..... No Warnings
10 PPM & Up ..... Constant Audible &Visual Warnings
10-24 PPM ..... 2 Beeps every Minute
25-34 PPM ..... 2 Beeps every 20 seconds
35-49 PPM ..... 2 Beeps every 10 seconds
50-69 PPM ..... 2 Beeps every 6 seconds
70-HI PPM ..... 4 Beeps every 6 seconds
Hush Button Cycles:
10 PPM .............. Up to 24 Hours
25 PPM .............. Up to 60 Minutes
35 PPM .............. Up to 60 Minutes
50 PPM .............. Up to 60 Minutes
70 PPM & HI ...... Up to 4 Minutes
When “Hush” is employed, the audible alarm is silenced for
the designated period of time; however, the visual display
continues to show the current level of C O present.
IF, after any “Hush”, the C O levels continue to rise to
the next higher level, the Monitor will OVER-Ride the
“Hush” and reactivate the audible alarm at the higher,
faster level of Warning.
Digital Display Data Recall Features:
After pushing “Recall / Test Button”, Display will show “Cur”,
followed by the current C O present if 10 PPM or higher.
Display then shows “HI”, followed by the highest C O in PPM
recorded since the last time the Data Storage was Cleared.
Display then shows “OCCUR”, followed by the Elapsed Time
in Days, Hours and Minutes since the Peak Reading
Exposure occurred. Display then displays “dur”, followed by
the Duration of Time in Hours & Minutes that the C O
Exposure stayed within 10% of the “High” Reading.
Display then shows “COHb”, followed by the % of COHb that
would have accumulated in the “Average Person”
Display then returns to Display the current level of C O
present in the Monitor if 10 PPM or more. If C O present is
under 10 PPM, the Display will be blank.
Failure Warnings:
Low Battery Warning: Display will show “bAT” for 5 seconds
each minute as the Monitor sounds a single Beep, and the
Green L E D flashes once a minute.
Electronic Error Warning [including excessive sensor drift]:
the Display will show “ERR” for 5 seconds each minute, as
the monitor sounds a single Beep and the RED L E D flashes
once a minute
At the end of “Life” of the Monitor, it will “Beep”, Flash the
RED L E D, and the Display will show “Sensor End”.
Patents Pending
UL - 2034 Listed C O alarms
Version in use in 2006
Warning Levels & Cycles:
0 to 30 PPM ..... No Warnings
30 to 70 PPM ..... Visual Warnings only “Permitted” if alarm
has a “Display”; however, Many alarms do
NOT display until unit goes into full
Audible Alarm.
70 PPM .....alarm should sound after exposure to 70 PPM or
more between 60 & 240 minutes.
150 PPM ..... alarm should sound after exposure to 150 PPM
or more between 10 & 50 minutes.
400 PPM ..... alarm should sound after exposure to 400 PPM
or more between 4 & 15 minutes.
Audible Alarm: at all Levels is a series of 4 Beeps each cycle,
repeated as long as C O remains at alarm levels.
Hush Cycle: at all levels is 4 minutes.
Data Recall: Alarm may recall the Peak, or highest level of
C O recorded, if it has a display.
Failure Warnings: low battery, two Beeps a minute
electronic error, one Beep a minute.
Sensor Failure: Not Presently Required
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ALL FIRES PRODUCE C O. THIS MONITOR WILL DETECT THE PRESENCE OF C O AT 10 PPM WITHIN 5
SECONDS, AND WILL
ALARM FAR FASTER THAN ANY OTHER PRODUCT EVER OFFERED IN THE HISTORY OF THE
RESIDENTIAL DETECTION
INDUSTRY.
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