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Important Life Safety Information

In light of recent events, we are compelled to alert our valued customers, friends and family to the dangers of Carbon Monoxide (CO) AKA “The Silent Killer!”

Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, but significantly toxic gas. It is a product of combustion of organic matter in presence of an insufficient oxygen supply.  Symptoms of mild poisoning include headaches, vertigo and flu like effects, whereas larger exposures can lead to significant toxicity of the central nervous system, heart, and even death.  Carbon Monoxide is the number one cause of accidental poisoning in the home!

Please take a moment to review your premises to be sure you have adequate Carbon Monoxide detection in your home and businesses.  CO detectors should be located in the each sleeping area, near garage and boiler areas.  While standard plug in detectors are sufficient to wake you up when you are home, only monitored or system detectors are supervised and can notify our UL Listed 24hr Central Station.  This allows the fire department to respond should there be a problem even if just your pets are home.  Also, remember CO detectors typically have a five year life span and do need to be replaced periodically.

Please Click Here to request more information or if your CO detectors are over 5 years old and you wish to upgrade to supervised system CO detectors to protect your home and family.  Lastly, we suggest you notify your employer to do the same.





“Only Early Warning by Specialized Detectors Can Alert You In Time”


Since 1978, Electronix Systems has protected the “Quality of Life on Long Island” and we remind you to be sure you have Carbon-Monoxide detectors in each sleeping area, by the garage and boiler room of your home.


Please consider purchasing monitored detectors now. They are supervised and wireless, so installation is quick. They easily connect to most systems. Call or contact us today!


Residential Carbon Monoxide Alarms Are Required By Law. *Amanda’s Law took effect Feb of 2010.


For more information call: 631-271-4000 or Click Here



Important Information Regarding CO Levels.


Level of CO

Health Effects and Other Information


Normal, fresh air.


Maximum allowable short-term exposure (ASHREA).

10-24 PPM

Possible health effects with long-term exposure.

25 PPM

Max TWA Exposure for 8 hour work-day (ACGIH).

50 PPM

Maximum permissible TWA exposure in the workplace (OSHA).

100 PPM

Slight headache after 1-2 hours.

200 PPM

Dizziness, nausea, fatigue, headache after 2-3 hours of exposure.

400 PPM

Headache and nausea after 1-2 hours of exposure.

Life threatening in 3 hours.

800 PPM

Headache, nausea, and dizziness after 45 minutes; collapse and unconsciousness after 1 hour of exposure.

Death within 2-3 hours.

1000 PPM

Loss of consciousness after 1 hour of exposure.

1600 PPM

Headache, nausea, and dizziness after 20 minutes of exposure.

Death within 1-2 hours.

3200 PPM

Headache, nausea, and dizziness after 5-10 minutes; collapse and unconsciousness after 30 minutes of exposure.

Death within 1 hour.

6400 PPM

Death within 30 minutes.

12,800 PPM

Immediate physiological effects, unconsciousness.

Death within 1-3 minutes of exposure.


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* Call us for more detailed information, to schedule an estimate, or for a review of your present system. Please also visit our "Library" for a printable documentation or "Click Here" to request a call back.
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