RAE Systems ToxiRAE 3 CO Gas Detector G01-0101-000
- High performance miniature sensors are soldered in to combat vibration
- Adjustable alarm set points
- Intuitive control interface
- Steel case is tougher than plastic and defeats EMI
- IP-67 waterproof and dust resistant
- 12 second bump test
- Replaceable battery to make sure you get full sensor life, no matter how many times the unit goes into alarm
Hazardous Environment Certification:
US and Canada: C1D1, Groups A, B, C, D, T4
Europe: ATEX II 1G EEx ia IIC T4
IECEX: Ex ia IIC T4
Each Monitor Sold Separately Includes:
- Operation manual
- Rugged alligator clip
- Functional gas test adapter
- Calibration certificate
- 10 ToxiRAE 3 monitors (all with the same sensors)
- 2 CDs with Operation manual
- 10 Rugged alligator clips
- 2 Functional gas test adapters
- 10 Calibration certificates
- 10 packs of 10 monitors (100 each)
How Often Do I Need To Calibrate My Monitor?
3.5 oz (99 gr) with battery
Available in 3 Models:
G01-0101-000 CO 0–500ppm (resolution 1ppm)
H2S 0–100ppm G01-0102-000 (resolution 0.1ppm)
H2S 0–100ppm G01-0102-010 (pack of 10)
H2S 0–100ppm G01-0102-100 (pack of 100)
CO 0–500ppm G01-0101-000 (resolution 1ppm)
CO 0–500ppm G01-0101-010 (pack of 10)
CO 0–500ppm G01-0101-100 (pack of 100)
CO 0–1999ppm G01-0103-000 (resolution 1ppm)
CO 0-1999ppm G01-0103-010 (pack of 10)
CO 0-1999ppm G01-0103-100 (pack of 100)
|Gas Type||Carbon Monoxide (CO)|
Are there preset alarm levels? If so what are they?1 answer
Yes there are preset alarms. The low alarm is set for 35 ppm, the high alarm is set for 200 ppm.
How do you change the battery in this meter (ToxiRAE 3)?1 answer
For changing the battery on the RAE Systems ToxiRAE 3, you need to remove the 5 #1 philips screws on the back (black side) of the instrument. I suggest removing them completely, and carefully setting them to the side. You do not need to remove the screw holding on the alligator belt clip, as this is attached to the back only, and does not go through. Once the screws have been removed, hold the instrument upright. With the belt clip in your right hand, use your left index finger to tug at the slot on top of the silver side of the instrument. It should separate easily.
The battery is a RAE Systems part number 500-0076-100
Once the battery has been replaced, place the back on the instrument. You may have to work it around a bit to make sure that it is seated properly before attempting to put in the screws. This will insure that the seals are engaged, and resistance to dust and liquids matches factory specs. A slightly cock-eyed plate can still be tightened down, but not fully seal. Tighten screws until snug. No need to over tighten.
The unit comes with a plastic device that will snap into the right side "sensor". Is this plastic device suppose to be snapped on during normal operations? Or is it used to test the device? Also, is there anything I need to do to calibrate the unit?1 answer
The ToxiRAE 3 from RAE Systems comes with a black plastic calibration adapter. This allows for a metered amount of cal gas to be flowed across the sensor when either calibrating or bump testing the instrument. This cap should not be used during normal operation.
The gas detector comes calibrated and fully ready for use right out of the box. A card with calibration information (date, etc) comes with each instrument. For maximum accuracy, the unit may be calibrated. In general, we recommend once every 6 months. This may be done more often if you like, depending on your requirements. A cylinder of calibration gas and a regulator are required to do this, and it can easily be done by the user. Might cost about $250 to purchase these parts, or we can calibrate for you, approx $75 including return shipping.
Can someone advise the specific calibration kit/equipment required as well as the number of units that a tank and regulator calibration kit will likely re-calibrate?
We are an EMS Department looking to outfit all of our first in bags. Is calibration a requirement every 6 months. Could you provide the instructions for re-calibration?1 answer
The RAE Systems ToxiRAE 3 gas detectors should be calibrated every 6 months (180 days) at a minimum. We have 3 ways to accomplish this. First, we can use a 34 liter cylinder of test gas and a 0.5 Liter Per Minute (LPM) regulator. This will do about 50 calibrations, over 120 bump tests, or some combination of the two.
Second alternative is the AutoRAE Lite calibration station. This is a dedicated dock that very quickly and efficiently can bump test or calibrate your instruments. A 34-liter cylinder of Calibration Gas can provide about 800 bump tests, about 180 calibrations or some combination of the two. The AutoRAE Lite is most effective when you have 10 or more detectors to maintain. <br><br>
Lastly, we are happy to calibrate your ToxiRAE 3 gas detectors. Factory trained and certified technicians will turn around your instrument in 1 day or less.
Can the sensors be replaced on the Rae ToxiRae III if they die or stop working?1 answer
These are considered disposable, so you would not be able to replace the sensor.