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Product Code: MAA3-A2C12E0-020

MultiRAE Lite monitor (ATEX, Pumped, 10.6 eV PID, LEL, CO, O2, Non-wireless, Rechargeable)

A one to six gas monitoring solution the MultiRAE Lite is both a pumped and diffusive instrument.

Wireless Enabled giving access to real time instrument readings and alarm status from remote locations. Both have the options for PID and IR CO2 and % Vol and % LEL Sensors plus a Formaldehyde sensor option and can be configured to meet a variety of sensor requirements.

Sensor options:

PID, LEL, NDIR LEL, CO2, NH3, CO, CO-H, CL2, CLO2, EtO, HCHO, H2, HCN, H2S, CH3-SH, NO, NO2, O2, PH3, SO2

  • Continuous data logging
  • Extensive on board gas libraries (190 VOC's, 55 Combustible gases)
  • Fully automatic bump testing and calibration with AutoRAE 2 docking station

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Buy for: £1,329.00 (ex VAT)
Buy for: £1,594.80 (inc VAT)
 

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ATEX is the name commonly given to the two European Directives for controlling explosive atmospheres.

ATEX certification ensures that equipment is fit for use within explosive atmospheres and is supplied with adequate information to ensure it can be used safely.

For more information visit: hse.gov.uk/fireandexplosion/atex.htm