Single-Gas Detector, HCN, 0 to 30 ppm
- Item# 20V814
- Mfr. Model# 10076729
- Catalog Page# 2213
- UNSPSC# 46182302
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- Item Single-Gas Detector
- Gas Type HCN
- Detects Hydrogen Cyanide
- Sensor Range 0 to 30 ppm
- Resolution 0.5 ppm
- Operating Temp. Range -4 to 122 Degrees F, -20 to 50 Degrees C
- Alarm Setting Low 4.5 ppm, High 10 ppm
- Alarm Type Audible, Vibrating, and Visual
- Battery Type CR2 Lithium
- Battery Life 24 mo.
- Display Digital LCD
- Interchangeable Sensors No
- Height 3-3/8"
- Width 2"
- Depth 1-1/8"
- Standards Intrinsically Safe by UL/cUL for Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D and T4
- Features Large Display Shows Actual Gas Reading, Peak Readings, Remaining Sensor Life, Battery Life and Alarm Status
- Includes Battery, ABS Plastic Enclosure, Stainless Steel Suspender Clip, Operating Manual
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