Life safety devices should not depend on WIFI
Connects through cellular so it’s more reliable and doesn’t depend just on WIFI. Add WIFI in addition to cellular for maximum reliability with dual path communication.
Detects Carbon Monoxide
Precisely detects CO gas levels with sophisticated electrochemical sensing technology
Whole home integration
As a part of the larger smart security system, the PowerG carbon monoxide detector can do things like automatically trigger notifications to your family and inform professional monitoring operators to contact emergency services.
Why should I use PowerG sensors?
The majority of security systems are not as secure as they could be. With technology advancing rapidly, it’s becoming more and more likely that someone who wants to compromise your security system can do so without much effort or expense.
PowerG sensors use 128 bit AES encryption to send signals in a coded form that can only be understood by the alarm system they are connected to. This ensures that only your system can access the content of the message, keeping your sensor activity data safe and practically eliminating your system’s exposure to spoofing and replay attacks.
On top of powerful encryption, PowerG sensors use spread spectrum frequency hopping rf for the most secure wireless sensors available.
Don’t worry, this device integrates seamlessly
Surety is your connection to the award winning Alarm.com ecosystem, allowing you to use hundreds of best-in-class security and home automation devices from a single app that runs on almost anything. All that and the industry’s best customer service are why Surety is your home’s best friend.
Specs & Guides
- Part number
- 4.9″ x 1.9″
- One 3-volt CR123A
- Battery life
- 1 year minimum
- Wireless protocol
- Wireless signal range
- 2000-2500ft in open air
- Alarm, alarm restore, tamper, tamper restore, low battery
- Transmitter frequency
- USA: 912-919 MHz
- Operating Temperature
- 4.4°C to 37.8°C (40°F to 100°F)
- Operating Environment
|Security Alarm & Automation
|Alarm, Automation & Cameras
- How do I automatically turn off my HVAC fan when a fire is detected?
- Log into the Alarm.com website and go to Automation -> Rules. Enable the Fire Safety rule.
Still have questions? We’ve got answers!
The Surety support forum is the #1 resource for answers to all your questions about setting up and using your sensors.