BW GasAlert Extreme CO H2-Resistant 0-1000 ppm Gas Monitor GAXT-M2-DL

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The BW GasAlert Extreme Carbon Monoxide (CO) H2-Resistant Single Gas Monitor provides real-time gas levels on an easy-to-read screen. Carbon monoxide is monitored in the range of 0-1,000 ppm. The sensor provides highly accurate CO measurements and is resistant to hydrogen contamination. The GasAlert Extreme comes with a fully-charged battery and is calibrated and ready to use right out of the box.

The sensor and battery of the GasAlert Extreme CO Monitor are replaceable, which lowers long-term cost of ownership compared with disposable gas monitors.

This single gas detector has a low alarm level for CO of 35 ppm and a high alarm of 200 ppm. This is a wider separation than most CO monitors on the market today.

The GasAlert Extreme CO Monitor meets the requirements of IP 66/67 for dust and water ingress and the tough housing is concussion-proof and able to withstand the rigors of an industrial workplace.

Key Features:
  • Resists detecting H2
  • High alarm of 200 ppm, low alarm of 35 ppm
  • Wide measuring range of 0-1,000 ppm
  • Vibrating, light, and 95 dB audible alarm
  • Test and calibrate with MicroDock II
  • Compatible with hands-free Hard Hat Clip carrying accessory
  • Replaceable two-year sensors and batteries
  • IP 66/67 rated housing
  • Available in yellow or black
Quick Reference Guide:

Part Numbers:
GAXT-M2-DL - Yellow
GAXT-M2-DL-B - Black
More Information
Product Weight (lbs.) 0.18
Weight 0.7000
Brand BW Honeywell
Type Single-Gas
Gas Type Carbon Monoxide (CO)
5th Sensor No
Color No
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  1. Ray Spencer

    2018-01-04 01:02:05

    Was wondering why our monitors go off with a gust of wind or blowing on it?

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    1. Hannah .

      2018-01-10 18:05:19

      Environmental factors (ie wind, breath) can have an impact on the sample taken, thus triggering the alarm.

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