Single gas detector Micro IV
NO2COH2

single gas detector
single gas detector
single gas detector
single gas detector
single gas detector
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Characteristics

Tested parameter
NO2, CO, H2, H2S, NO, O2, SO2
Applications
air quality
Configuration
portable
Other characteristics
single gas

Description

Designation: Single-gas detector with data-logger and infrared interface With data memory and infrared interface The single-gas detector Micro IV is the systematic further development of the gas detector Micro III with its proven function and safety aspects. Extra functionality enabling also the reliable documentation of work performed in hazardous areas is added. The small and light single-gas detector is the perfect solution for detecting and immediate reporting of toxic gases, oxygen and hydrogen. The large display allows a direct and easy reading of gas concentrations. The integrated data logger records all events: gas concentration with time, respective alarm level (1, 2 or 3) and the average values ​​for the short-time and long-time values. An infrared interface can be used to directly transfer the data to the docking station after usage. Sustainability and resource-saving Since environmental protection and sustainability are important for us, the gas detector Micro IV is designed for a use of several years. Exchanging the attachable smart sensor is as simple as exchanging the easily accessible battery. Your benefit: You will only exchange the sensors and the simple batteries in the future. But there is no need for purchasing another disposable device. Measurable gases O 2 , H 2 S, CO, NO, NH 3 , HCN, HCl, SO 2 , H 2 , C 2 H 4 O, SiH 4 , PH 3 , THT, HF, COCl 2 , NO 2 , Cl 2 , O 3 , ClO 2

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