RKI Eagle LEL/O2 Monitor 72-5201RK
The standard alkaline batteries will power the unit for up to 30 hours. While 5 feet of hose are included, the powerful internal pump may be used with 125 feet of hose.
Monitor Only 72-5201RK includes:
- High capacity internal sample draw pump
- 5 ft. sample draw hose
- 10 in. probe with hydrophobic filter
- Shoulder strap
- Batteries, size D alkaline (4)
- 103 liter cylinder of calibration gas
- -50 percent LEL methane/50ppm CO/12% O2, balance N2
- Demand Flow Regulator
- Carrying case (for gas)
Standard Eagles come with alkaline batteries. To get rechargeable batteries, we add the part number 49-2150RK-01 at $155.00. This includes 4 Ni-Cad batteries and a 115V charger.
For data logging capabilities we add part # 57-0012RK-01 (internal data-logging board) and part # 82-5007RK (software and cable package) for $305.00.
How often do I need to calibrate my gas monitor?
|Gas Type||%LEL, O2|
How often does this unit need to be calibrated & do you offer calibration kits for sale?1 answer
Calibration will depend on the frequency of use as well other factors. Here’s a link that explains some of the issues: <a href="https://www.pksafety.com/docs/How-Often-Do-I-Need-To-Calibrate.pdf">How often do I need to calibrate? </a><br>
As a general rule if you use the monitor daily, you can calibrate every month, if you use it weekly, calibrate quarterly, and if you use it very infrequently, calibrate before each use. <br>
As far as the calibration kit does, the Eagle I does has a kit available. It adds $530 to the price of the monitor and includes:
Long sample hose<br>
Continuous operation adapters<br>
Remote alarms and strobes<br>
Internal hydrophobic filter <br>
The Eagle I does not have an available Calibration Station which will calibrate and bump test the unit automatically.
The Eagle II does have an automated Calibration Station.