Lightspeed had the opportunity to talk to Fly with the Guys host Carl Hancock recently about his experiences involving a carbon monoxide issue while he was flying.
If Carl had the Lightspeed Delta Zulu ANR headset with him at that time, he would have immediately been notified about the presence of carbon monoxide in his cockpit. However, that headset just became available. So, here is Carl’s review of the first of the next generation of safety wearables, the Delta Zulu, for his You Tube audience.
Does the CO detector in the Delta Zulu headset require recalibration or replacement over time? If so, how is this accomplished?
The lifespan of the carbon monoxide sensor is 10 years. You can send your headset in to have a CO sensor replaced for a nominal fee. The headset checks that the CO sensor is operational on each power up and during operation. The headset will notify the user of a problem via an audible warning “Carbon Monoxide Not Monitored” and there will be a visual error shown in the mobile app.