HomeModrn Smart Co Leakage Gas Fire Alarm Digital Sensor


About This Item

• Remote Monitoring: Check gas levels from anywhere with the smart app, ensuring peace of mind whether you're home or away.
• Wireless Connectivity: Reliable connection to your home network for instant alerts about gas abnormalities.
• Easy Installation: Quick setup and compact design for placement anywhere in your home.
• Durable Design: Dustproof and wide temperature range for long-lasting performance.
• Energy Efficient: Low power consumption with a one-year battery life for continuous monitoring.


  • Place of Origin : United States
  • Brand Name : HomeModrn
  • Model Number : G-01
  • Network : wifi
  • Product name : Fire Alarm System Tuya Wifi Co Gas Detector
  • Size : 96*33MM
  • Weight : 148g
  • Material : ABS Plastic
  • Alarming time : < 30s
  • Air pressure : 86-106Kpa
  • Element age : 3years
  • App : SmrtLyft Tuya App
  • Wifi : 2.4G Hz
  • Input Voltage : DC5V(micro USB Jack)

Return Policy

Enjoy peace of mind with our 30-day return policy. If you're not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return it within 30 days for a full refund or exchange. Your satisfaction is our priority.


Works with SmrtLyfe App


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