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BW Honeywell GA24XT-M Gas Alert Clip Extreme 24 Month Monitor/Detector for CO (Carbon Monoxide).
The GasAlert Clip Extreme Detectors from BW Honeywell are an excellent source of protection. The Extreme CO Monitor continuously monitors the environment and alerts you to any dangerous levels of carbon monoxide via built-in warning systems: visual, audible and vibrating alerts. This carbon monoxide detector is a diffusion monitor, meaning it tests the air it is in contact with and alerts the wearer when dangerous levels are reached. It is one of the most compact and easy-to-use monitors on the market.
It does not, however, display current gas levels, and only goes into alarm when dangerous levels have been reached. If you need a monitor that constantly displays gas concentrations, consider the Draeger CO Monitor.
Operating continually for the duration of its two year lifespan (three year life available on special request), these gas sniffers require practically zero upkeep, are self-testing and calibrating, and require no maintenance to sensors or charging or replacement of the batteries. The GasAlert gas detectors are incredibly durable. Featuring built-in concussion protection as well as water resistance, they are suitable for a range of working conditions.
A simple one-button interface on the GasAlert Clip Extreme means training staff is a breeze. Interfacing with the MicroDock II system allows you to retrieve logged data from the unit easily.
The CO GasAlert Clip Extreme is compatible with the MicroDock II for quick and easy bump testing. Also compatible with the IR Data Link and Fleet Manager II software to retrieve data over use. Each unit is packed individually in a cardboard box with an instruction manual sheet, warranty card, calibration/bump test adapter and calibration certificate from the factory.
Carbon monoxide (CO) gas detectors can be lifesavers. Known as the 'silent killer' for good reason, carbon monoxide has toxic fumes that are colorless, odorless and are non-irritating, when exposed you simply get more and more lethargic. Sources of carbon monoxide are wide ranging also, many of which could be found in the home or at work: fireplaces, propane fueled equipment, heaters, generators, welding etc. If you work in confined spaces professionally, you are more likely to be at risk (sewer workers, refineries, engineers, military workers etc).
Measuring range: 0-300 ppmLow alarm level: 35 ppmHigh alarm level: 200 ppmNo sensor replacementNo calibrationTemperature range: -22 to +122 degrees F / -30 to +50 degrees C
Size: 1.1 x 2.0 x 3.2 in. / 2.8 x 5.0 x 8.1 cm.Weight: 2.7 oz. / 76 g.Temperature: -22 to +122 degrees F / -30 to +50 degrees CHumidity: 5 percent - 95 percent RH (non-condensing)Alarms: Visual, vibrating, audible (95dB) - Low, highTests: Full function self-test on activation and every 20 hours, and automatic battery test every 2 hoursTypical battery life: Two years