CO30

Extech Indoor Compact Carbon Monoxide Monitor

Extech Indoor Compact Carbon Monoxide Monitor

Description

The Extech Indoor Compact Carbon Monoxide Monitor displays carbon monoxide concentration, air temperature, and relative humidity.

Features

  • Zero "Re-Calibration" Function
  • Carbon Monoxide Calibration Function In Fresh Air
  • Low Battery Indicator
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$199.99
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Programmable audible alarm, with high decibel beeper, sounds when CO concentration rises to unsafe levels. Can be wall mounted or used on a desktop close to areas of concern.

Common Areas to Monitor CO Levels:

  • Office buildings and conference rooms
  • Boats, planes, and RVs
  • Indoor work places such as warehouses that use propane and gasoline-powered fork lifts
  • Manufacturing plants of temporary heating units and gasoline-powered appliances

Features: 

  • Alternately displays Carbon Monoxide (CO) concentration, Air Temperature, and Relative Humidity readings (cycles approximately every 6 seconds) 
  • Visible bright tri-colored LED indicator: Green <10ppm, Yellow = 10 to 29ppm, and Red >30ppm 
  • LCD displays alarm icon, LED light turns red, and loud audible beeper sounds when indoor CO level exceeds set point (defaults at 30ppm — adjustable); beeper can be temporarily turned off for false alarm 
  • Adjustable audible alarm sounds when reading exceeds one of the selected ranges: 25ppm, 30ppm, 35ppm, 50ppm, 100ppm or 200ppm
  • Manual Temperature and Relative Humidity Compensation (adjustable)
  • Recover to factory setting function
Notable Specifications:
  • Carbon Monoxide: 0 to 999ppm
  • Temperature: 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
  • Relative Humidity: 20 to 90%RH
  • Dimensions: 4.4 x 4.3 x 2.1"
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Extech Indoor Compact Carbon Monoxide Monitor CO30 Indoor Compact Carbon Monoxide Monitor
$199.99
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