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- ItemSingle Gas Detector
- Gas TypeH2S
- DetectsHydrogen Sulfide
- Sensor Range0 to 500 ppm
- Resolution1 ppm
- Operating Temp. Range-4 to 122 Degrees F, -20 to 50 Degrees C
- Alarm SettingLow 10 ppm, High 20 ppm
- Alarm TypeAudible, Visual and Vibrating
- Battery TypeAA Alkaline
- Battery LifeUp to 1500 hr.
- Interchangeable SensorsNo
- StandardsCSA - Class I, Groups A, B, C, D, CENELEC (ATEX) and Australia - EEx ia IIC
- FeaturesSingle Button
- IncludesClip, RFI and Ingress Protection
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - General
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