Radon Monitor for Continuous Home Radon Testing , An Electronic Radon Gas Alarm
Save now thru January 31,2019. Safety Siren Pro 3 HS71512 digital radon gas alarm for home safety. Special Pricing Thru January 2019. Regular price is $149.99 per unit. Continuous testing shows fluctuation in radon gas levels that occur with seasonal changes. Radon gas causes lung cancer . Plug in. 48 hours later, first radon level displays. Know if radon mitigation system is needed. Or if is working! Current recommended level to mitigate radon is 2 pCi/L. This electronic radon monitor is the only EPA evaluated radon gas alarm , the Safety Siren Pro 3 Electronic Radon Gas DetectorHS71512 from Family Safety Products. Made in USA.
Continuous testing digital radon gas monitor displays 0.0 pci/L to 999.9 pci/L. This is not a single use radon tester detection kit. Indoor air quality about radon gas is updated hourly with radon gas monitoring device.
Important Notes: The Safety Siren Pro 3 cannot be sold to nor shipped to Iowa. Contact the Iowa Department of Public Health for further information. Per
Iowa Department of Public Health rules, Chapters 43 (136B) and N.J.A.C.
Safety Siren Pro 3 Electronic Radon Gas Detector Specifications:
USA EPA Evaluated.
Numeric LED radon gas detection level display range: .1 to 999.9 in pCi/L. Short and long term readings.
Short-term readings: 7 day radon average. Long-term readings: radon averages since powered-up or last reset. 5-year maximum.
Audible alarm if short or long-term radon gas averages are 4 pCi/L or greater. Continuously samples air . Display updates hourly. Failsafe self test: every 24 hours. Error code displays if test fails.
4 function menu button : Green LED illuminates next to S (short-term) or L (long-term) display.User can manually test detector operation.Button to mute or reactivate audible alarm when unit is in alarm state . Begin new test: clear and reset radon monitor memory.
Audible alarm signals if : Long term radon level is 4 pCi/L or greater. Short term radon level is above 4 pCi/L for 30 consecutive days.
10 ft. power cord for radon detector placement away from walls, windows and doors.
Family Safety Products Safety Siren Pro 3 Digital Radon Alarm Specifications:
Sensor: Ionization chamber
Full scale reading: 999.9 pCi/L
Short term: Average radon levels over past 7 days.
Long term: Average radon reading from last reset or initial power up, maximum 5 years sampling. Automatic reset after 5 years.
Audible Alarm: 85db at 10cm. Beeps hourly if short or long term radon levels are 4pCi/L or greater. May be muted by user.
Accuracy: +/- 20% pCi/L
Displays Reads to 10th, No Rounding Up: Example. 4.20 pCi/L, not 5.0.
Averaging Frequency: Hourly.
Continuous Monitoring : Hourly Display Updates.
Lock Tab: Insert center outlet screw through tab for tamper resistance.
Operating Environment: 0° C (32° F) to 70°C (158° F)
Storage Environment: -20° C (-4° F) to 85° C (185° F)
Dimensions: 4.7" x 3.1" x 2.1" Power Source:
Input: 120v AC/60Hz at 9 Watts
Output: 18v DC/200mA
Sensor Voltage: 250VDC
Weight: 8 ounces
Final accuracy test for each Safety Siren Pro 3 radon detector is comparison against a professional SUN Nuclear radon testing unit.
Notes: The Pro 3 radon monitor requires 48 hours sampling time before first accurate reading displays. Always clear the memory before beginning a new radon measurement in another room or level of your home or building. If you plan to compare against a radon canister test, clear the memory and begin and end the tests at exactly the same time.
Evaluated by US EPA: Meets performance criteria for the continuous radon protocol.
Warranty: One year limited manufacturer's. Sensor life is about 10 years.
If the customer deems the device defective, it must be returned to the Manufacturer, and undergo testing. Upon the results of testing; if the device is defective it will be replaced at no charge to the customer. If the device in not defective a $35.00 testing fee may apply.
Note: current EPA recommended indoor radon readings are below 2 pci/L. " Because there is no known safe level of exposure to radon, EPA also
recommends that Americans consider fixing their home for radon levels
between 2 pCi/L and 4 pCi/L. The average radon concentration in the
indoor air of America's homes is about 1.3 pCi/L. It is upon this level
that EPA based its estimate of 21,000 radon-related lung cancers a year
upon. It is for this simple reason that EPA recommends that Americans
consider fixing their homes when the radon level is between 2 pCi/L and 4
pCi/L. The average concentration of radon in outdoor air is .4 pCi/L or
1/10 th of EPA's 4 pCi/L action level. " from the EPA website.
This Safety Siren 3 Radon Gas Alarm is a so called "closed type" or "filtered" detector, i.e only radon gas from ambient air is detected regardless of the amount of radon progeny that may be present.
As seen on TV , this continuous digital radon gas monitor displays from 0.0 pci/L to 999.9 pci/L. This is not a single use radon tester detection kit. Indoor air quality about radon gas is updated hourly with this radon gas monitoring device. Important Notes: The Safety Siren Pro 3 cannot be sold to nor shipped to Iowa. Contact the Iowa Department of Public Health for further information. Per
Iowa Department of Public Health rules, Chapters 43 (136B) and N.J.A.C.
View short term radon levels and long term averages on a digital display.The Safety Siren Pro 3 electronic radon monitor gives its first radon reading after 48 hours of radon gas sampling.
Radon gas comes from uranium breaking down in soil. Continuous home radon monitoring is recommended in high radon areas or when radon mitigation systems are used. Radon gas levels change according to humidity and season. See "Radon Facts" below the radon monitor information.
Radon is a colorless, tasteless and odorless radioactive gas produced by uranium breaking down in soil. Radon testing is important as high level accumulations of radon gas are hazardous to long-term health. According to the Iowa Department of Public Health, the Iowa radon survey indicates that Iowa has the largest percentage (71.6%) of homes above the US Environmental Protection Agency standard of 4pCi/L than any other state.
The Surgeon General states radon is second to smoking as the leading cause of lung cancer deaths in the United States.
The EPA and the Surgeon General recommend radon testing from the lowest living level through the 2nd floor.
Radon gas decays into radioactive particles that can be trapped in lungs as you breathe. As particles break down, small bursts of energy release that can damage lung tissue, leading to lung cancer. Not everyone exposed to elevated radon levels develops lung cancer. Time between exposure and lung cancer onset may be many years.
Home radon gas levels are not stable. Over a one-month period, radon gas readings can vary from safe to dangerous. Radon levels change due to humidity, temperature, ventilation and season.
EPA currently recommends corrective action if radon levels are between 2 and 4 pCi/L (4 Pico-Curies per liter) on a long-term basis.
Radon gas detection requires sensitive radon test equipment.