CO and Methane Monitor with Snif, LCD readout, LED and Audible Alarms

CO and Methane Monitor with Snif, LCD readout, LED and Audible Alarms

Your Price: $514.50
Part Number:AI-1201
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1201 Carbon Monoxide and Methane Monitor Methane alarms at 5000 ppm. Visual and Audio alarms at CO level of 30 ppm, 60 ppm, and 120 ppm
So Reliable they carry a five year guarantee, including the sensor.
Solid state AGS Technology requires no calibration - only occasional verification.
First Responders - you can afford to protect yourselves and your patients. Put a monitor on a bag with every crew and CO exposure becomes a manageable danger for you and your patient.
Operators can be trained in minutes. Just turn the monitor on, it will self check, zero and report. You can now provide a ver visible and important service affordably, effectively and efficiently.
  • Reliable AGS Technology - consistent solid state sensor performance.
  • Low Maintenance - no routine calibration.
  • Easy to Use - simple on/off with single alarm silence button.
  • Cost Effective - low cost of ownership.
  • Lightweight, Rugged Design - weighs just 4.8 oz. with batteries.
  • Portable - shirt pocket size, measures just 3.9" x 2.3" x 0.9"
  • Certified Intrinsically Safe - approved by Underwriters Laboratory Inc. for use in Class 1 Division 1, Groups A, B, C and D environments.
  • Low Battery Warning - battery low and battery dead indication.
  • Audible and Visual Alarm Indicators - alarms at CO levels of 30, 60, and 120 ppm and at Methane level of 5000 ppm.
  • Vibrating Alarm Indicator Option - alerts user to danger even in noisy environments*
  • CO and CO with Methane Versions Available - more functionality for little added cost.
  • Data-Logger Versions Available -record ambient gas levels for later analysis. **
* A vibrate alarm can be added to all monitors for $29.95
** Data logging can be added to 1200 series monitors for $75.00
-The Snif technology updates every 4 seconds when in alarm. This feature will allow searching for the source of CO or monitoring trends, i.e.; does opening a window help.

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