Never install a residential CO Alarm in a RV. Click here to see the difference.
During inspection check to see if alarm is approved for RV use. Safety alarms approved for
RV use are more stringently tested than residential alarms due to the extreme environments RV’s are used in. Alarms approved for RV use are marked with wording such as “Recreational Vehicle Carbon Monoxide Alarm”, or “Unconditioned Area CO Alarm” or equivalent. NEVER INSTALL A HOME ALARM IN A RV. Only install alarms marked for RV use.
Dealer 5 Year Replacement Sheet
Drive sales in your Service Department. All CO alarms and LP Gas detectors should be replaced after 5 years of service life. Check the date code / replace by date on the alarm while servicing. If the detector is over 5 years old recommend replacement or have the RVer sign this form: Safe-T-Alert Replacement Notice
Presentations for Dealerships
Earn RVDA/RVIA certified technician training credit hours
Contact us to learn how your safety technicians can earn training hours and a certificate from Safe-T-Alert.
Article: Replacing RV LP, CO, and Smoke Detectors
Truck Camper Magazine article about replacing RV LP, CO, and Smoke Detectors.
"Life Safety Alarms - You and Your Dealership"
Read about the new Tennessee law regarding leased or rented RV's, that puts more legal responsibility on the RV lessor.
How High to Install CO Alarms?
Where should Carbon Monoxide Alarms be installed? How high on a wall / ceiling? Click Here for the answer.
Article: Safety Device Overview
Familiarize yourself with RV safety devices, read Highway magazines article, "Safety First" for information on RV smoke alarms, LP Gas detectors, Carbon Monoxide alarms and others.
Safety Posters Available Now!
Request a safety alarm replacement notice poster for your dealership and increase sales by informing your clients of important replacement timelines. Call 847-546-9001 to order or download one from below:
Replacement Part Numbers
Safe-T-Alert Recommended Replacement Part Numbers
CCI Controls discontinued operations in
February 2009. Safe-T-Alert recommended replacement part number list >