The DX-COKIT Supervised Carbon Monoxide Detector Transmitter and Receiver Kit contains a single station DXS-80 carbon monoxide alarm with a built-in supervised transmitter and DXR-702 2-Channel Receiver. The kit is designed to provide wireless CO detection capability for ANY hardwired alarm control panel. The DXS-80 provides a warning to alert against both the acute and chronic effects of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. The receiver provides a Form “C” (normally open & normally closed) relay outputs for connection to an alarm control panel.
When carbon monoxide is detected, the DXS-80 sounds a loud local alarm. The built-in transmitter sends a digitally coded wireless signal to the DXR-702 receiver every 10 seconds until the air has cleared and the detector is restored. The CO alarm will activate the receiver Channel 1 relay.
No field coding is required because the DXS-80 is already factory programmed into the DXR-702 receiver. The DXR-702 receiver can be powered from a 11-17 VDC or 12-16 VAC power source. A nine-inch wire whip antenna screws into the receiver’s antenna connector. Optionally, a remote antenna (Model EXA-1000) can be connected to the receiver for greater radio range.
The DXS-80 is powered by one 3-volt lithium battery. The battery is supplied and can power the unit for up to the six year life of the detector. If the battery voltage drops below a preset level the alarm will sound a low battery chirp every 45 seconds and a low battery signal will be sent to the receiver, activating the receiver’s Channel 2 relay.
At about 6 years, the carbon monoxide detector element will reach the end of its serviceable life. The self-supervising detector will signal a permanent trouble condition, indicating time for replacement.
NOTE: The DX-COKIT is not for use in UL Listed applications.
Please visit our Dealer Locator to verify your contact information is accurate. We’re constantly making updates to serve you and your customers.