Moicon T80 Toxic Gas Monitor
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The Monicon T80 is a high quality, self contained,toxic gas sensor that offers a host of sophisticated features to provide fast, reliable warnings against exposure to dangerous concentrations of toxic gases such as CO, SO2, H2S, NH3, O3, NO, NO2,HCl, HCN, Cl2 and oxygen.
- Microprocessor based
- 4-20mA Analogue Output
- Voltage free relay contacts
- RS485 digital interface
- Alphanumeric dot-matrix display
- “One Person” calibration
- Gel based electrochemical sensor
- Standalone operation
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