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Carbon Monoxide Sensor

With appliances and heating systems throughout your home, carbon monoxide leaks can happen at any time. Protect yourself and your family with Frontpoint’s Carbon Monoxide (CO) Sensor.

Breathe easier

Because carbon monoxide is an odorless and colorless gas, our CO Sensor can help save lives. The minute readings reach a dangerous level you’ll be alerted. so you can sleep a little easier at night.

In the know

With our Interactive and Ultimate Monitoring Plans, you’ll get an instant alert the minute the CO Sensor is triggered. It’s perfect for times when you’re away from your home.

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New Customer 3-Year Plan

New qualified Frontpoint customers save hundreds of dollars on their initial purchase with a three-year plan.  (Full Price of CO Sensor: $89.99)

Try It Risk-Free

Your initial purchase of a new Frontpoint system comes with a 30-day risk-free trial. You can return it for any reason for a complete refund. We even cover the return shipping costs.


Our Carbon Monoxide (CO) Sensor protects you and your family from this toxic gas. The sensor will send an alarm to the Control Panel when dangerous levels of CO enter the room. The Control Panel, in turn, immediately notifies the Frontpoint Monitoring Center. We'll act immediately, so you can take your family out of harm's way.

Dimensions & Details
CO Sensor Dimensions
  • Wireless Connectivity
  • Internal Siren
  • Dimensions (Length, Width, Depth): 4.68 x 2.75 x 1.85 in.
  • Battery: Three (3) AA Alkaline
  • Battery Life: 5 Years
  • Sensor Life: 7 Years
  • Operating Temperature: 40° F to 100° F
  • Includes Setup Materials: Adhesive (Screws Optional)


Getting Started
Simple to Set Up

Place a CO Sensor near each sleeping area. A "sleeping area" is a cluster of bedrooms that share a common hallway. Mount the CO Sensor on the wall, a couple feet below the ceiling. Like all our sensors, they come with easy "peel-and-place" mounting adhesive.

Avoid false alarms. Don't put this device close to heating vents or anything that burns fuel. Of course, don't place the sensor near automobile exhaust.

This Could Be the Start of Something Safer


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