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Gas Detector Kit, X-am 7000 PID, EX, O2
- Item # 36F358
- Mfr. Model # 4552302
- UNSPSC # 46171613
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 2.0 lbs.
- Item Gas Detector Kit
- Detects Organic Vapors, Volatile Organic Compounds and Oxygen
- Sensor Range PID 0-2000ppm, CH4 0-100% LEL 0-9900 ppm0-100% vol., O2 0-25% vol.
- Resolution PID 1 ppm, CH4 1% LEL, 100 ppm1% vol., O2 0.1% vol.
- PID Ionization Energy Level 10.6 eV
- Operating Temp. Range -5 to 105 Degrees F
- Alarm Setting PID Alarm 1-1000 ppm, Alarm 2 - 2000 ppm, LEL Alarm 1 - 10%, Alarm 2 - 20%, O2 Alarm 1 - 19.5%, Alarm 2 - 23.5%
- Alarm Type Audio, Visual, Vibrating
- Battery Type Nickel Metal Hydride
- Battery Life 20 hr.
- Display Dot Matrix
- Features 2 Year Warranty for PID Sensor
- Height 5-7/8"
- Width 5-5/8"
- Depth 3"
- Includes Stated Sensors, Internal Pump, Calibration Adapter, Pump Adapter, (5) ft. of Tubing, Dust Water Trap, Battery, Charging Cradle and 110V Power Supply
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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