The AERO 353 has a built-in state-of-the art CO sensor that immediately reacts to the presence of CO. It was designed for pilots who want the unit to be small and remote mountable. The unit provides pilots a peace of mind.
Detector will go into alarm mode within five minutes if CO level is greater than 50 PPM.
The unit has dual light LED alarm; Amber less than 99 PPM and Red 100 PPM and above. Very simple installation (2-4 hours); and a remote light can also be installed.
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The 13-16423 is designed to mounted in a panel and has an annunciatior and test panel built in. The 10-03188 is a remote unit and requires a separate annunciatior panel for tighter installations.