iGas Detector

Sale!£350.00 £320.00ex. VAT £384.00 inc. VAT

We are the UK leader in Gas Detection and we’re here to help. Call us on 01200 445 804 or email info@ribble-enviro.co.uk

The SENKO iGas personal CO2 single gas detector operates by an infrared gas sensor to detect carbon dioxide gas. The device shows the gas concentration in real time, identifies the maximum and minimum concentration of CO2 and raises an alarm(visual, vibrating, and audible) when the risk occurs. The alarm setting values and measuring units can be adjusted manually and/or by connecting to a PC.

We are the UK leader in Gas Detection and we’re here to help. Call us on 01200 445 804 or email info@ribble-enviro.co.uk

Key Features:

  • IR Sensor Technology
  • Rechargeable Li-ion battery
  • 14days of use by one fully charge
  • Measured by %vol and ppm
  • Lightweight – 135g
  • Back-light display
  • Automatic alarm record
  • Exchangeable International wall plug Kit
  • Easy configuration and data management via PC program
  • Configurable Calibration, Bump test, Self test due warning

  iGas Detector CO2 Brochure_English

  iGas Detector CO2 Manual_English


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