Draeger Pac 3500 H2S Gas Monitor Yellow with PPM Readout 4543963
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The Pac Detector Communication Module allows data to be loaded onto a PC for analysis and reporting.
Many of our oil and gas and confined space customers, who are at risk for hydrogen sulfide exposure, like this two-year disposable H2S detector because of the quality sensors. Draeger's famous XXS sensors are built into the monitor and provide you with readings with a resolution down to .1 ppm. The sensor is able to go the full two years of use without the need to calibrate.
The Pac 3500 is built to last, with an incredibly robust and impact-resistant housing. It's rubber-coated for added protection against drops and corrosive chemicals and it features a D-ring crocodile clip that's incredibly durable. The quality construction of this gas detector really shows.
Draeger is in a class of its own with respects to detection capabilities. This is a big reason why their products are commonly found all over the world in work places ranging from hospitals to fire departments. Their industrial safety products have been immensely popular because they not only feature famously accurate sensors, but their equipment is easy to use and built to last.
Also available in traditional silver.
- Easy-to-see yellow overlay
- Low alarm level of 10 ppm, High alarm level of 15 ppm
- Two-year lifespan
- Resolution of 0.1 ppm
- Backlit display
- Range of 0-100 ppm
- Outside filter for easy replacement
- Powerful internal Draeger XXS sensor
- Compact, durable, and lightweight
- Simple two-button interface
|Product Weight (lbs.)||0.200|
|Gas Type||Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)|
Is the Pac 3500 H2S detector downloadable to see the data that has been collected?1 answer
A separate <a href="https://www.pksafety.com/draeger-pac-detector-communication-module-8318587.html">infrared interface module</a> allows the user to access event information from the Pac 3500 onto the PC for further analysis. The Dräger Pac 3500 can store up to 60 events, along with their dates and times. <br>
Significant events such as switching on or off, gas and battery alarms, error codes, configuration changes, fresh air calibrations, and bump tests can be downloaded, printed, and stored for future reference or reporting purposes.