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Product Code: 028-1203-421

PHD6 for O2, CO, PID, %LEL, Rechargeable, Hand pump & probe, Datalogging & vibration

Measuring 6 different gases with 18 different sensor options makes the PHD6 a versatile gas detector in terms of sensor choice.

The rugged design, additional pump and sample kit makes this a useful instrument for many varied applications.

Sensor options:

CO, H2S, SO2, NO, NO2, HCN, PH3, CL2, CLO2, NH3, CO-H, CO+ and Duo-tox CO and H2S sensor available - PID Sensor Option (10.6 ev lamp) _ ppm /ppb - IR CO2 Sensor or IR Methane (LEL)

  • Rechargeable batteries with up to 15 hour operation (sensor dependant)
  • Automatic event and optional data logging
  • Robust fastening clip
  • Audible, visual and vibrating alarm

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