2 GIG TECHNOLOGIES - GIG CO3
Wireless Carbon Monoxide Alarm
The Wireless Carbon Monoxide Alarm is a 3V battery powered wireless detector intended for use with wireless alarm systems. The detector consists of an electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor assembly coupled to a wireless transmitter. The Wireless Carbon Monoxide Alarm communicates with the Control Panel and can send alarm, tamper and battery condition messages to the system’s receiver.
- Built-in 85 decibel sounder
- Hush/Test button
- Tamper protected case
- Full monitoring of alarm, low battery, and tamper conditions
- End-of-life detector
- Lithium battery
- ETL listed
Crorzar proudly ships your cameras directly from our warehouse in St. George, Utah.
Most orders ship within a single business day!
We ship using USPS so your orders arrive quickly, usually within 3-7 business days of your order being placed.
If a return is necessary for any reason, all shipments and returns are processed quickly at our Utah offices.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. When connected to wifi the cameras can be viewed and controlled from virtually anywhere in the world. Without wifi you can still connect directly to the cameras wirelessly when you are near the cameras.
You can adjust the sensitivity of the motion detection. Indoor cameras will detect motion up to 40 feet away, while outdoor cameras can detect motion up to 100 feet away.
It depends. Currently the cameras that plug in to power follow the Onvif protocol and can be used with some third party apps that work form your laptop or computer.
The cameras do not include a micro SD card unless specifically stated. If you purchase an SD card at checkout, we will install it for you before it ships.
This depends on a variety of factors, including the enviroment, the materials your home is constructed of, your router, and several other factors. Generally, if you can get a wifi signal at a specific location on your phone then the cameras will also pick up the wifi signal.
Some third party applications will work with the hardwired cameras.