With a combined knowledge of over 70 years in the industry, we know a good gas monitor when we see one, and that’s precisely what the GMI PS200 is. In this week’s blog, we’re highlighting some of the benefits of the PS200 and showcasing exactly why it’s becoming such a popular gas monitor to have in the Health and Safety Industry.
So without further ado, here’s 7 Benefits of the GMI PS200
1) Pumped or Non-Pumped – You decide!
– Depending on the job you’re working on, you will need either the Pumped or Non-Pumped application. When you purchase a Pumped PS200 monitor you can choose which application you desire with a simple click of a button.
2) Data Logging
– Data Logging on the PS200 comes as a standard feature, allowing for session logs from when you turn the monitor on, to when you turn it off.
– Equipped with a USB and mains charger, you can charge the PS200 almost anywhere. Plus, with any standard vehicle charger, you can charge this monitor on the go!
4) CD & User Instructions
– When you buy your PS200, you will receive a CD with how to use your monitor, as well as user instructions so you can become familiar with this monitor before you use them.
5) Compatible with the Auto Bump & Calibration Station
– The ABC Station provides simple but intelligent testing and calibration of the GMI portable gas detectors. For more information on the ABC Station click here.
6) Rated to IP67
– Ingress Protected to IP67, the PS200 is completely protected against dust and protected against the effects of temporary immersion in up to 1m of water for up to 30 minutes.
7) Rubber Cases
– We can provide you with rubber cases to protect your monitors from the general wear and tear of the industry. There are seven colours available to choose from.
So there you have it! As always, we’d love to hear your thoughts on this monitor and others. Which one do you prefer to use? Let us know in the comment box below.
GMI PS200 – “The 4-gas Solution for your Gas Detection.”
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