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CPSC issues recall of Q-Series Temperature and Humidity Sensors

The Consumer Products Safety Commission says tens of thousands of Q-Series Temperature and Humidity Sensors are being recalled.  Authorities say they can overheat.

Authorities say the sensors were installed in hospitals, schools and many other buildings.  The CPSC says the sensors come in three designs.  The model numbers start with "QAA", "QFA" and "SB1".

While the manufacturer is contacting owners, please click on the following web address for more details.

http://w3.usa.siemens.com/buildingtechnologies/us/en/building-automation-and-energy-management/sensors/Pages/warning-safety-notice.aspx

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