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The smallest and lightest 4-gas portable multi gas detector in the world

Jul 17 2018 Read 381 Times

RikenKeiki’s GX2009 is the smallest and lightest 4-gas portable multi gas detector in the world. Weighing only 4.6 ounces, it fits in the palm of your hand (2.75” H x 2.95” L x 0.98” D). The GX-2009 simultaneously monitors and displays combustibles, oxygen, carbon monoxide, and hydrogen sulfide. The GX-2009 represents the latest evolution of gas detection technology. Advancements include dual audible alarm ports and alarm LED’s on 3 sides of the instrument, so that alarm conditions are obvious from multiple perspectives especially in high noise environments. Other features include a water resistant and dust-proof design with IP 67 rating, an impact resistant rubber over-mold body that is RFI resistant, and a large capacity data logging system included as standard. Other standard features are vibration alarm, auto-calibration, calibration and bump test lock out or reminder control, STEL / TWA readings, peak hold, auto backlighting at alarm on a large LCD display, and it even tells the time! All of these controls and features are operated through 2 simple glove friendly buttons.

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