nortcan wrote:av8r wrote:nortcan wrote:If Co is detected, alarms sound and the blower stops.
I'm curious, which blower is shutting down? Shouldn't the whole furnace shut down?
mariohotshot wrote:This is my set up. It cost about $125 to put together. A hard wired/battery back up CO detector with display controling an outlet in two ways: opening a closed circuit while closing an open circuit. In other words, when the CO detector is activated, it will shut down the coal stove while energizing an auxillary device (exhaust fan, lights, additional sirens, etc.)
I can build these for $200 for anyone here. This includes the shipping! The CO detector and relay will come with a 7 year warranty from the manufacturer. Email me directly if interested.