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The latest addition to our portfolio

Delivering a truly pioneering approach towards calibrating carbon monoxide detection products

Carbon Monoxide
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A better way of testing

The leading global suppliers of fire detection test tunnels. Designed and manufactured in the UK.

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Carbon Monoxide 9000 Series

The 9000 series from AW Technology is the latest addition to the company’s cutting-edge product portfolio. Utilising the latest technology, and combined with AW Technology’s expertise in the industry, the 9000 series delivers a truly pioneering approach towards calibrating Carbon Monoxide detection products.

The product is ideally suited to be used for calibrating and testing CO alarm and detection products in high volume manufacture. It is supported by the very latest software to ensure maximum output and performance. The software itself enables the 9000 series to:

  • Monitor the sensors within the equipment and other inputs and outputs and display status on the main screen

  • Test for any unsafe conditions, and shut down the equipment or stop a test in a safe manner.

  • Track progress of the current test, and display a concentration graph and detector results on the main screen.

  • Enable the configuration of up to 50 test profiles, which can be named by the user for display in the select test function. A summary of the test profile parameters will be displayed on the main screen.

  • Built in calibration procedure for reference sensors

For more information about our upcoming 9000 Series Carbon Monoxide Detector Calibrator, please enter your details below. 

AW Technology

AW Technology is the leading independent provider of technology to the fire detection and alarm industry. We are based in the United Kingdom, but we operate worldwide.

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AW Technology Ltd
Nevett House
West Street
Earl Shilton
Leicestershire LE9 7EJ
United Kingdom


T +44 (0)1455 841116
F +44 (0)1455 841118

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