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Old 05-10-2015, 06:17 PM   #1
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CCI to safety Alert gas detector

Hi does any one have a schmatic or wire ing conversion to go from a three wire CCi gas detector to a Saftey Alert gas/co dettor four wire?
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Old 05-10-2015, 11:23 PM   #2
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That sounds familiar , I have installed a Safety Alert , and may still have the instructions and warranty paper work. I'll repost in the AM.

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Is this the one with a gas shutoff valve? If so, Red is 12v+, Black is 12v- (ground), white and black/white stripe go to the solenoid gas valve (white is solenoid+ side). It is my understanding you must use the Safe-T-Alert solenoid in place of the CCI solenoid.

The Safe-T-Alert comes with instructions in the manual, If you don't have the manual for that model, you can find them at https://www.safehomeproducts.com/shp...ing/80/80.aspx
Find your model and then click the link for "product manual".
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Thanks for the link , Gary , I tracked my paper work and my model 40 ; Safe-T-Alert ; has only 2 wires so my info was of no help.
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