Environment monitoring & detection / personal healthy equipment

  • Portable CO monitor
  • Portable CO monitor
  • Portable CO monitor
  • Portable CO monitor
  • Portable CO monitor
  • Portable CO monitor
  • Portable CO monitor
  • Portable CO monitor
  • Portable CO monitor
  • Portable CO monitor

Portable CO monitor

The WIN3 WC1 CO (Carbon Monoxide) Warning Instrument is a continuous working instrument capable of detecting one gas and warning the user when alarm levels are exceeded.

The instrument housing is made of semi opaque molded polycarbonate. The housing is held together with 6 x M4 stainless steel cap screws. The housing has an internal rubber seal that must be fitted to retain integrity for water ingress.

The instrument is capable of calculating and alarming on Heat Stress index or Wet bulb or dew point values.

The instrument is intended for use as a continuous measuring device for portable and handheld applications. The instrument can be worn on the cap lamp cable

Description:
> Continuous CO Measurement
> Instrument calculates TWA continuously
> Data Logging with USB Downloading
> Colour Coded Alarm Indication
> Green – Safe, Yellow – 1st Alarm,
Red – 2nd Alarm, Purple – TWA Alarm
> Audible Warning for 2nd Alarm and TWA
> Exposure flag - LED indication for exposure event
> Internal Coin Cell Battery
> 6 Months Battery Life – Exposure Dependant
> Fixes to Cap Lamp Cable (Or Pocket Clip)
> Rugged Design & IS approved
  • PRODUCTINFORMATION
Sensing elements Carbon Monoxide
Measuring range 0 ppm to 500ppm
Measuring principle Chemical sensor.
Response time < 25 Seconds
Accuracy  +/- 10% full scale
Min & max pressure  - 10 KPa to + 50 Kpa
Operating temperature  -10 to + 40oC
Storage temperature 0 to +20oC
Power source *Battery 3Volt 1 Amp Lithium-ion non-rechargeable
Operational time > than 6 months continuous
Dimensions 76 x 35 x 26 (mm)
Weight 73 g
Housing Polycarbonate
Warranty * 1 (one) year on all electronic parts and workmanship
* 6 (six) months on battery
Data storage 92Kbyte Flash
Record memory > 30 days rotating memory @ ~2 minute intervals continuous
Approval SANS/IEC 60079 Part 0: 2005
SANS/IEC 60079 Part 11: 2007

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