Question about Kidde Nighthawk Combo Gas/co Detector
Lead-acid batteries under charge normally generate gas, hydrogen I believe. This is why all chargers designed for these type batteries (should) carry warning labels to not use them in confined areas. This likely set off the detector, providing a "real world" test of the unit. *Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, despite the handle. Words to live by: "Every creative act results from a sudden cessation of stupidity." -Edwin H. Land, inventor of the Polaroid Land Camera"The problem can always be solved with the materials in the room." -My college Physics Lab Instructor
Posted on Feb 01, 2011
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