Originally Posted by Evereddie
That's great but what are you doing about a Propane gas detector.
I've looked for a propane detector that is battery powered but it appears that they take too much power to have a useful battery life. I found one that runs on 120 volts with a battery backup and downloaded the manual, which stated that battery is good for about a day.
I will probably get a dedicated RV propane detector that that runs on 12 volts. At least I will have a more reliable CO detector. Unfortunately, I think the majority of false alarms have been by the LP side of the combined LP/CO detector, so I may not be making progress in that aspect.
Here's the web page for the explosive gas detector. You can download the manual there. It would be nice for your house if you have gas, or for your RV if you always have it plugged in. Just don't forget to remove the battery when you unplug.
Kidde KN-COEG-3 - Nighthawk AC Plug-in Operated Carbon Monoxide and Explosive Gas Alarm