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Instruction ManualHoneywell R200C-N1 Interconnected Carbon Monoxide Alarm

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Introduction

Thank you for purchasing this R200C-N1 Interconnected CO (carbon monoxide) Alarm. If you purchased another Resideo interconnected alarm, please check Section 11 for  information. Honeywell R200C-N1 Interconnected Carbon Monoxide Alarm - Figure 4The symbols above mean that the interconnected CO Alarm is suitable for use in domestic premises (including static caravan holiday homes), caravans, motor caravans and boats.
NOTE: This manual contains important safety information. Please store it for future reference.

Where to install the interconnected CO alarm? (see page 2)

Ideally, an interconnected CO alarm should be installed in every room containing a fuel-burning appliance and in a room where the occupant(s) spend most time like the bedroom and study/hobby room. If there is a partition in a room, the apparatus should be located on the same side of the partition as the potential source. Carbon monoxide alarms in rooms with sloped ceilings should be located at the high side of the room.
1- Ceiling mounting / 2- Wall mounting / 3- Bedroom / 4- Study/Hobby room

Where not to install the interconnected CO alarm?

In an enclosed space (for example in a cupboard or behind a curtain).
Where it can be obstructed (for example by furniture).
Directly above a sink, or in other damp or humid locations.
Next to a door or window.
Next to an air vent or other ventilation openings such as extractor fans.
In an area where the temperature may drop below -10 °C or exceed 40 °C.
Where dirt or dust may block the sensor.
In the immediate vicinity of a cooking appliance.

Installation (see page 3)
If you need to enable the tamper-proof locking feature, break off or cut off the small cylinder (1).
Attach (2) the wall bracket to the wall or ceiling. Fit the interconnected CO alarm onto the wall bracket (3). Press firmly against the wall plate and slide (4) the device down. The device will be activated.

Activation

Within 5 seconds after installing, the device will be activated.
All indicators will flash, the sounder will beep and the device will enter a warm-up state.
The interconnected CO alarm has been activated.
The green POWER light blinks once per second.
After 60 seconds, the green POWER light blinks once every minute.
The interconnected CO alarm is working normally.
For deactivation follow the instructions in Section 6.

Removal (see page 3)

Use a small screwdriver to press on the tamper-proof locking tab (5) located at the right edge of the device. Slide the device up (6) to remove it from the wall mounting plate.  When removed the interconnected CO alarm from the wall mounting plate, the interconnected CO alarm enters “Deep Sleep” mode and no longer monitors carbon monoxide levels.

Recommended actions when CO alarm warning has been activated

If your interconnected CO alarm is signaling ALARM, keep calm, and carry out the following actions in the order given:
Open all doors and windows to increase the rate of ventilation. Stop using all fuel-burning appliances and turn them off where possible. If the interconnected CO alarm continues, then evacuate the premises.
Leave the doors and windows open, and only re-enter the building when the alarm has stopped. Get medical help for anyone suffering the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning, such as headache or nausea, and advise that carbon monoxide inhalation is suspected. Telephone the gas or other fuel supplier on their emergency number, so that the source of carbon monoxide emissions can be identified and corrected. Do not use the fuel-burning appliances again until they have been checked and cleared for use by a  competent person according to national regulations.
Note: There may be another source of carbon monoxide emission apart from fuel-burning appliances, for example, a large amount of tobacco smoke, town gas, or emission from a smoldering fire. Do not use any combustion appliances until they have been checked by a qualified person.

Warnings & Indications

See Page 3 7. POWER
Green
1 x every
minute
8. ALARM 9. FAULT 10. BEEP
LED
Normal operation
Red
off
Yellow Sounder
off
Normal operation. No CO detection.
off
Test 1 x 4 flashes x 2
times
off 4 beeps x 2 times The entire device cover is its TEST / SILENCE button.
Press the cover TEST/SILENCE button 3 sec.
CO alarm warning off 4 x
Continuously
off Continuously CO alarm warning.
Alarm silence off 4 x every
minute
off Muted CO alarm warning
MUTED ALARM SOUND 10 MINUTES
Alarm memory off 1 x every
minute
off 1 x every minute Dangerous CO condition detection whilst the user was absent. Currently, no dangerous CO level present.
Fault off off 2 x every minute 2 x every minute Fault warning.
End of life off off 3 x every minute 3 x every minute Replace the CO alarm ASAP.
Low battery off off 1 x every minute 1 x every minute Replace CO alarm.
Low battery silence off Off 1 x every minute Muted Mute 9 hours active.
Interconnected Alarm off off off 3 x Continuously When a device received an alarm message from its network.
HOW TO M•TE CO ALARM SOUND
CO alarm warning ONLY AFTER RECOMMENDED ACTIONS HAVE BEEN TAKEN.
The CO alarm is due to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide.
Press the cover TEST/SILENCE button for 3 sec.
Low battery Press the cover TEST/SILENCE button 3 sec.

GAS EMERGENCY SERVICE TELEPHONE NUMBER 0800 111 999
Contact numbers for other fuel appliances:
Oil users: Contact OFTEC on 0845 658 5080
Solid fuel users: Contact HETAS on 01684 278170

When will the interconnected CO alarm be activated?

If the CO level (PPM) in the room is too high, the carbon monoxide alarm switches to the alarm mode according to the scheme below:
027 ppm ± 03 ppm: No alarm signal
055 ppm ± 05 ppm: Alarm signal between 60 – 90 minutes
110 ppm ± 10 ppm: Alarm signal between 10 – 40 minutes
330 ppm ± 30 ppm: Alarm signal within 3 minutes

Health effects of carbon monoxide

~ – 00100 ppm: Slight headache, flushing of the skin (indefinite exposure).
200 – 00300 ppm: Headache (5-6 hour exposure)
400 – 00600 ppm: Severe headache, weakness, dizziness, nausea, vomiting (4-5 hour exposure)
1100 – 01500 ppm: Increased pulse and breathing rate, syncope (fainting), coma, intermittent

  • This CO alarm may not prevent the chronic effects of carbon monoxide exposure and will not fully safeguard individuals at special risk.

Wireless functions (see page 4)Honeywell R200C-N1 Interconnected Carbon Monoxide Alarm - icon 1
Interconnect your alarms
a) Place the interconnected CO alarms as close as possible, not further than 5 meters apart.
b) Choose one CO alarm as Master. Press 3 times its TEST/SILENCE button. The green light will turn on.
c) Choose another CO alarm as Slave. Press 3 times its TEST/SILENCE button. The green light will turn on.
d) Wait for a few seconds until the slave device’s green light starts flashing then a beep, indicating successful network pairing.
e) Repeat step b) for connecting more interconnected CO alarms.
NOTE: always use the same Master alarm for connecting additional Resideo interconnected smoke, heat or carbon monoxide (CO) alarms, now and in the future. Write down which interconnected alarm in your home is the Master.
After all the CO alarms are connected, the master CO alarm will automatically exit the connect mode in 5 minutes. You can also press and hold the TEST/SILENCE button to exit manually.
Test your interconnection
Hold down the test/silence button.
The initial interconnected CO alarm will beep continuously with the red “ALARM” text indicator flashing.
Other interconnected CO alarms will receive the signal after few seconds, and they will beep continuously with the red “ALARM” flashing.
Reset Connection
a) Press 4 times the test/silence button and the yellow LED will light up.
b) While the yellow light is on, press and hold the test/silence button again.
c) When you hear a chirp and the yellow LED turns off, the connection has been reset successfully.
Connection fault
If the interconnected CO alarm connection fails, the green light will flash 3 times once every minute.
However, the CO alarm will still be able to effectively detect carbon monoxide.
How to silence interconnected alarms
When an interconnected CO alarm has been activated, find the originating interconnected CO alarm, which will be the one both emitting the audio signal and displaying the  “ALARM” message. Mute this originating alarm by pressing its test/silence button, and within 2 minutes the remaining interconnected CO alarms will go back to standby.
Note: if you press the test/silence button on one of the interconnected CO alarms other than the originating alarm, it will NOT be silenced, the remaining interconnected alarms will continue emitting sound until the primary alarm is stopped.

Maintenance

The interconnected CO alarm does not require any maintenance other than to clean the outside case occasionally with a clean tissue. Ensure that the holes on the front of the interconnected CO alarm are not blocked with dust or dirt. We recommend manually testing the interconnected CO alarm once a month by pressing and holding the  TEST/SILENE button. Due to the loudness of the alarm, make sure that you always stand at arm’s length distance from the unit when testing. If problems are found, the interconnected CO alarm switches to the error mode (either siren error or sensor error). Dust is a major cause of false alarms. Therefore, clean the interconnected CO alarm once a month. Use a vacuum cleaner to gently remove any accumulated dust along the sides of the interconnected CO alarm. Never use a wet cloth or detergent to clean your interconnected CO alarm, as this can be harmful to the sensor.

Warnings
This manual contains important safety information about the installation and operation of the interconnected CO alarm. Read the manual carefully and keep it in a safe place for future reference. The interconnected CO alarm should be installed by a competent person. Intended for either fixed or portable installation, with portable apparatus almost certainly powered by internal batteries alone. Besides the usual siting considerations, special care should be taken with portable units to ensure that they are always properly positioned in relation to the ambient air being sampled. In addition, the user should be cautioned against the intermittent operation of the apparatus and dropping or damaging it whilst being relocated. Installation of an interconnected alarm should not be used as a  substitute for proper installation, use, and maintenance of fuel-burning appliances including appropriate ventilation and exhaust systems.
This interconnected CO alarm is not water resistant and is only suitable for indoor use.
Do not try to repair the interconnected CO alarm, it has the risk of electric shock or malfunction if the interconnected CO alarm is tampered with.
Do not expose the interconnected CO alarm and batteries to extreme temperatures. Some common household substances can affect the sensitivity of the interconnected CO alarm.
Do not use household cleaners, polishes, perfumes or aerosol sprays on or close to the interconnected  CO alarm.
Avoid the use of nail polish remover, model paint or model glue close to the interconnected CO alarm.  This interconnected CO alarm is designed to protect individuals from the acute effects of carbon monoxide exposure.
It will not fully safeguard individuals with specific medical conditions.
If  in doubt consult a medical practitioner.
Long exposure to low levels (>10 ppm) of CO may cause chronic effects.
If in doubt consult a medical practitioner.

Specifications

Gas detected :  Carbon Monoxide
Lifetime :  10 years
Power supply : Long-life lithium battery, 3 V, sealed for the life of the product
(no replacement necessary)
Wireless frequency :  868 MHz
TX power :    8dbm
Wireless distance :  >100 meters in free field
Installation :  Wall mount, ceiling
Dimensions :  95 mm x 95 mm x 25 mm
Weight :  120 g
Audible :  ≥85 dB @ 3 m
Sensor technology :  Electrochemical Cell
Type of device : Type-B
Operation Ambient Condition :  Temperature -10°C to +40°C
:  Humidity 25 – 95% RH (non-condensing)
Storage/Transport Ambient Condition : Temperature -15°C to +45°C
:  Humidity 20 – 95% RH (non-condensing)
IP rating :  IP44

Service and contact 

For questions about the installation, use or operation of this interconnected CO alarm please visit www.resideo.com Please Note: While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in this publication, no responsibility can be accepted for errors or omissions. Data may change, as well as legislation, and you are strongly advised to obtain copies of the most recently issued regulations, standards, and guidelines. This publication is not intended to form the basis of a contract.

Symbols
When the interconnected CO alarm has come to the end of its life, dispose of it in accordance with local regulations. It is classified as electronic waste and contains a battery and therefore should be disposed of separately from household waste.
The interconnected CO alarm is certified by BSI to the European standard EN 50291-1 “Electrical apparatus for the detection of carbon monoxide in domestic premises” and EN50291-2 “Electrical apparatus for continuous operation in a fixed installation in recreational vehicles and similar premises including recreational craft”. It conforms to the General Product Safety Directive (GPSD), the Electromatic Compatibility Directive (EMC), the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) and the Radio  Equipment Directive (RED).
EN 50292 States in 5.3, type B is intended for either fixed or portable installation, with portable apparatus almost certainly powered from internal batteries alone. Besides the usual siting considerations, special care should be taken with portable units to ensure that they are always properly positioned in relation to the ambient air being sampled. In  addition, the user should be cautioned against the intermittent operation of the apparatus and dropping or damaging it whilst being relocated.

Disclaimer
This interconnected CO alarm is designed to alert you to a potentially dangerous build-up of Carbon Monoxide gas. It is not designed to remedy a Carbon Monoxide problem nor to locate a specific source of Carbon Monoxide. Resideo shall not be liable to pay for any Carbon Monoxide investigation or service call carried out or arranged in response  to an alarm

RESIDEO’S 10-YEAR WARRANTY POLICY

R100 C-1, R200C-1, R200C-2, R200C-3,R200C-NI, R200C-N 2, R200C­N3, R200H-N1, R200H-N2, R200S-1, R200S-2, R200S-3, R200S-N1, R200S-N2, R200S-N3, R2005T-N1, R200ST-N2, R200C2-A, R200C2-A­UK R200C2-B, R200C2-E,

The beneficiary of this Warranty 
This limited warranty is provided to its direct customer (‘Buyer’) by the member of the Resideo Technologies, Inc group of companies (‘Resideo) which sells the product Resideo does not provide this warranty to the consumer or end-user of the product Resideo expects that Buyer will give its customers an equivalent warranty to that given by Resideo to Buyer hereunder. This does not affect any statutory obligations that Resideo may have to consumers as a manufacturer of the Products. Resideo reserves the right, at its discretion, to change these Warranty Terms and the products to which these Warranty Terms apply. Any changes to these Warranty Terms only apply to Products sold after the date of the change.

Resideo’s Warranty 
Resideo warrants that the Products will be free from defective materials and faulty workmanship and conform to applicable specifications for a period of 120 months from the manufacturing date code on the Product If any Product becomes defective during the applicable warranty period for a reason that is not excluded below, Resideo will, at its sole option, either repair or replace free of charge with a new or refurbished product, or credit to Buyer’s account the price paid for the Product Resideo will not be responsible for any of Buyer’s costs of de-installing and re-in­stalling the Product, travel or any other costs.

Exclusions from the Warranty
This warranty is an extended manufacturer’s warranty and to the extent permitted by law, is in lieu of all other warranties and conditions, ex­pressed or implied including those of satisfactory quality or fitness for a particular purpose. Resideo shall have no obligation under this warranty or otherwise it i)The product is not installed in accordance with Resideo’s installation instructions and applicable installation standards, is not used for a purpose for which it is designed and in accordance with Resideo’s user instructions or is not maintained in accordance with Resideo’s care and maintenance instructions or is altered (including the alteration of any serial number),serviced or repaired by anyone other than Resideo/Resideo’s Authorized Service/Repair Centre: ii) Damage is caused by outside occurrences, such as lightning, power surges, fire, floods, acts of nature, or the like or quality of water, or is caused by mis­use, or vandalism; or iii) A defect is not caused by reason of defective ma­terials or workmanship. iv) Th is warranty does not cover the re-changea­ble battery used in R200C2-A, R200C2-A-UK, R200C2-B, R200C2-E.
This warranty does not cover the costs of replacing consumable items (such as batteries), maintenance checks and adjustments, such as Prod­uct calibration, which may be required in accordance with the Product use and maintenance instructions.

Returns and Repairs 
Prior to returning any Product that has become defective during the ap­plicable warranty period for a reason that is not excluded under these Warranty Terms, the Buyer must contact Resideo customer service to obtain a return merchandise authorization (RMA) number. To obtain the RMA number, the Buyer must provide: i) Product model number and serial number, ii) Proof of purchase, iii) a Description of the defect. Buyer shall send the defective Product to Resideo at its own expense, appropriately packaged to prevent damage to the Product, together with the RMA and proof of purchase, in accordance with the instructions of the Resideo customer service representative. Resideo will test the returned Product to verify that it is defective. At Resideo’s request Buyer shall provide such additional information as Resideo may reasonably require to verify the cause of the defect, including date and location of installation, Product application, manner of operation, maintenance records and failure mode. If Resideo determines that the Product is defective, Resideo will decide whether to repair or replace the Product or credit the Product purchase price to Buy­er’s account If Resideo decides to replace the Product, Resideo will send the replacement Product to Buyer at Resideo’s expense. Unless other­wise agreed in writing, Resideo will destroy any Product that it determines to be defective. If Resideo does not find the Product defective, Resideo reserves the right to charge the Buyer for the reasonable costs of its in­vestigation of the alleged defect If Buyer pays Resideo in advance for the costs of returning the Product, Resideo will send the non-defective Prod­uct back to Buyer but otherwise, Resideo will destroy the Product

Warranty Repairs
At the request of the Buyer, Resideo will provide to Buyer a quotation for the costs to repair any Product outside of the applicable warranty period, if Resideo considers such Product to be repairable. If the Buyer accepts the quotation and sends the Product to Resideo (following the same process as for in-warranty returns), Resideo will repair the Product in accordance with the quotation and return the repaired Product to the Buyer. The repaired Product will be warranted for 90 days from the date of repair.

Miscellaneous 
If any part of these Warranty Terms is prohibited by applicable laws, the relevant part shall be null and void, but the remainder of the Warranty Terms shall remain in full force and effect.

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