Carbon Monoxide Detector COWM510 (Art. no. 89164)

Our COWM510 provides protection against carbon monoxide poisoning: It warns you quickly in the case of a carbon monoxide leak.
  • For CO detection in private households
  • Display to indicate the CO concentration
  • Audio and visual alarm

Carbon Monoxide Detector COWM510 (Art. no. 89164)

The invisible, odourless and deadly carbon monoxide gas can emerge in any living area where there are heating systems, such as open fireplaces, gas boilers, flow heaters and oil heaters.

Symptoms of poisoning consist of headaches, dizziness, and even unconsciousness and death. The ABUS COWM510 was designed to detect this gas. It emits an 85 dB alarm and a visual warning signal as soon as low but still hazardous CO concentrations are detected. Configured with an electrochemical sensor with a lifespan of 10 years, the COWM510 is verified in accordance with EN50291-1 and is suitable for wall as well as stand-alone mounting. The product also has a battery display and test function. With the inconspicuous and timeless design, the AA battery operated COWM510 can be integrated discreetly into living spaces.


  • 10 year sensor lifespan (electrochemical)
  • Display to indicate the CO concentration
  • Incl. self-test function and voltage monitoring
  • Audio and visual alarm
  • A loud 85 dB alarm
  • Detection Range: up to 60 m²
  • 2x1.5V Alkaline AA batteries
  • Displays when battery is low (displays “low-batt”)
  • Verified and certified in accordance with EN50291-1:2010+A1:2012
  • Operating Temperature -20°C - +50°C

Operation and use:

  • For carbon monoxide detection in private households
  • Suitable for installation in rooms with heating systems (open fireplaces, gas boilers, flow heaters, etc.)
  • Warns even of low carbon monoxide concentrations
  • Wall or stand-alone mounting
Art. no.: 89164
Article group: 20
Packaging: single carton
color: white


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