White Safe-T-Alert Propane Alarm 30-441-P Surface Mounts
Safe T Alert 30-441-P RV Surface Mount 12 Volt Propane Gas Alarmis Made in USA by MTI Industries. An essential RV accessory for safety. Safe-T-Alert 30 series LP Gas Alarm replaces CCI Propane Alarm 7770.244. Note: All -P units automatically shut down 5 years after being
attached to a power source: a new RV regulation. Warning beep begins days before the unit ceases to operate . All Safe-T-Alert Propane and Carbon Monoxide Alarms that are 5 years old
and older are beyond their Mandatory Replacement Time and MUST be
Meets requirements set by RVIA for LP Gas Alarms for RVs. Test/Reset Button: Mute alarm during ventilation. Tests all detector functions with one touch. No dangerous gas required.
Alarm is fully operational during mute cycle and will re-alarm if hazardous conditions recur.
Dimensions: 6.75"W x 2" H x 1.25"D.
RV 12 Volt: Wire In Model.
UL listed for Recreational Vehicles and Unconditioned Areas.
Note: The Date Stamped on each Detector is the Date of
Manufacturer. Each unit has a 10 year shelf life. The Warranty is 1 year
and begins from the date of resale. Sensor life is 5 years. Contact MTI
directly for warranty related questions.
Safe-T-Alert 30 Series Operating Specifications:
Listed to UL 1484 for Recreational Vehicles and Unconditioned Areas. Meets RV standard ANSI A119.2 as required by the RVIA.
5 Year service life: Includes End of Life signal after 5 years of use.
Power Supply and Current Draw: 12 vDC 75 mA @ 12 vDC
Operating Temperature: -31° F to + 150° F (-35° C to +66° C)
Voltage: 8-16V DC
Alarm Point: <25% LEL oF, Propane and Methane
Case Size 30-441 (Slim Line Surface Mount): 6.375" W x 2"H x 1.25"D
Case Size 30-442 (Flush Mount): 6.375"W x 2.875"H x 1"D
Important Note for CCI Replacements: For vertical or horizontal
installation. Use butt connectors to replace spade connectors. Some CCI
units installed in Fleetwood and Winnebago RV's have two power leads.
Safe-T-Alert units have only one power lead. Connect the red power lead
to the coach power supply and cap or remove the other power lead.
Background: Underwriters’ Laboratories (UL®) Carbon Monoxide Standard UL 2034 and Canadian Standards Association (CSA®) CSA 119.2 now require that all Carbon Monoxide alarms be designed to stop service in 3 to 5 years. UL and CSA have determined that Carbon Monoxide alarms have a limited life. Propane alarms use similar sensors and UL will require the same service life in the near future.