OC-904 Portable Ammonia NH3 gas detector which is applicable for NH3 detection, with the original imported
sensor, with the safe and reliable quality. It’s with the diffusion
sampling mode, can be connected with the external pump. The
portable gas detector can promise the security for the personnel
working under the harmful environments.
Features of the NH3 gas detector:
It used original imported sensor with good quality and high
It can be combined with 1~4 different gas sensors for different gas
LCD dot matrix display, support both English and Chinese operating
Adjustable preset two-stage alarm level.
With audible-visual-vibration alarm mode.
With a back clip, which is easy to carry when working.
Powered by rechargeable battery with big capacity which support a
long working period.
Technical Specification of the Portable NH3 gas detector:
|Gas type||Ammonia (NH3)|
|Sensor Type||Electrochemical sensor|
|Sensor life||2~3 years|
|Measuring range||NH3: 0~100ppm|
|Display Information||Gas types, Concentration value, Concentration unit, Time, Battery
status, Alarm status, etc.|
|Display||Large screen LCD|
|Data Storage||With data storage function with memory capacity of 1000 alarm
|Sampling mode||Diffusion sampling (Available for connection with external pump)|
|Operating Language||Chinese or English operating menu is able to be changed freely.|
|Alarm Mode||Audible-visual-vibration alarm, sound≥75dB|
|Power Supply||3.6V, 1600mAh rechargeable lithium battery, continuous working
period can reach to 10 hours or above.|
|Explosion-proof Grade||Ex ib IIB T3|
Working Temperature: -20℃～50℃
Working Humidity: 0-95%RH (non-condensing)
|Body Material||ABS and PC|
|Package||ABS carrying case|
|Weight||210g (with charger)|
The portable NH3 gas detector used in the gas safety inspection and
alarm for industrial scene, such as petroleum refinery, chemical
plants, Poultry house, LPG stations, boiler rooms, gas stations,
paint spray booths, metallurgy, mining, fire, environmental
protection, etc., where need to inspect the gas concentration of
the Ammonia gas.