Multi-Gas Detector, LEL/O2/H2S, Yellow
- Item# 36T572
- Mfr. Model# 909-00000-G
- Catalog Page# N/A
- UNSPSC# 46171613
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- Item Multi-Gas Detector, 3 Gas
- Detects Combustible, Oxygen, Hydrogen Sulfide
- Gas Type LEL, O2, H2S
- Sensor Range 50 ppm to 100% LEL Methane, Propane, 0 to 25% O2, 0 to 100 ppm H2S
- Resolution Combustibles (0.1%), O2 (0.1%), H2S (1 ppm)
- Housing Color Yellow
- Operating Temp. Range 0 to 120 Degrees F (-17.78 to 48.9 Degrees C)
- Alarm Setting Adjustable
- Alarm Type Audible, Visual
- Battery Type Alkaline
- Battery Life 12 hr.
- Display LCD
- Standards UL Classifieds Only as to Intrinsic Safety in Class 1, Div 1, Groups C and D
- Features Locates Combustible Gas Leaks, Measures Percent LEL Concentrations, and Monitors for Carbon Monoxide and Hydrogen Sulfide; Internal Pump, Selective Event Log, ABS Construction
- Height 11-1/2"
- Width 3"
- Depth 2-5/16"
- Includes (3) C Batteries, Case, Spare Sensor Cap, Wrist Strap, Instruction Manual
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