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Carbon Monoxide Sensor

The wireless Carbon Monoxide Detector from Comporium provides early warning to protect people from the silent threat of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Leveraging innovative PowerG technology, and equipped with a sophisticated electrochemical sensor, this high-performing device activates visual and audio alarm indicators on the detector itself, before dangerous CO levels are reached.  It also initiates an alarm via your Comporium security system to warn end-users who may not be home.


  • Dimensions:  4.9"x1.8"
  • Battery Life:  Five (5) years
  • Battery Type:  One (1) CR123A Lithium Battery
  • Weight:  7oz
  • Operating Temperature:  40°F to 100°F
  • Operating Environment:  Indoors


  • Remove the sensor from its base by twisting the detector counterclockwise and remove the battery pull tab from the sensor.
  • From the Interactive Touchscreen, navigate to Settings by swiping down from the top of the screen. 
  • From Settings, navigate to Advanced Settings > Enter your Master Code
    • If you do not know your master code, from the Alarm.com mobile app, navigate to Users and choose the user labeled “Master”. 
    • Tap “Panels” to view the 4-digit master code. 
  • Tap Security Sensors
  • Tap Auto Learn Sensors
  • Activate your sensor by pressing the Hush/Test button to create a tamper.
  • Once the sensor is recognized change the source type to Power G (if it is not automatically changed) and rename your sensor.
  • Download the Physical Installation Guide

Deleting or Removing a Device

These steps work for the following devices:  Entry Sensors, Motion Sensors, Glassbreak Sensors, External Sirens, Outdoor Sirens, Keyfobs, Carbon Monoxide Sensors, Smoke Sensors, and Flood Sensors.

  • Swipe down on the touchscreen and choose Settings
  • Tap Advanced Settings
  • Enter Master Code (The primary code set up at installation.  This is most likely recorded in your Interactive Guide).
  • Tap Security Sensors
  • Tap Delete Sensor
  • Check the box next to the sensor you want to remove
  • Tap Delete

Refer to the Alarm.com Knowledge Base for more information.

Updated on 15 Nov 2023