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GX-2012

MULTI-GAS DETECTOR

Built around high-quality micro-sensor technology, the GX-2012 is RKI’s smallest personal 5 sensor gas monitor with a built in sample pump. Weighing only 12.3 ounces, three operating modes: Normal (for confined spaces), leak check, and bar hole. The GX-2012 can monitor the standard confined space gases (LEL combustibles, Oxygen content, Carbon Monoxide, and Hydrogen Sulfide), and it can also measure 100% volume Methane and dynamically display either % LEL, or % volume with its auto-ranging ability. The GX-2012 can be used for gas line purge testing as well as standard safety testing.

The new leak check mode has the following capabilities:

  • PPM leak detector, detects down to 100 ppm CH4
  • Adjustable display ranges: 500/1000/2000/5000 ppm
  • Visual / audible pulses change with gas concentration
  • CO display in leak check mode, ideal for residential investigations

The CO display in Leak Check mode is also a new feature with this update, which makes it an ideal tool for residential investigations.

The GX-2012’s large LCD display shows all gas readings, battery level, current time, and will automatically backlight in alarm conditions. Standard alarm types include vibration, visual, and audible alarms, which can be set to latching or non-latching. Controlled by a microprocessor, the GX-2012 continuously checks itself for sensor connections, low battery, circuit trouble, low flow, and calibration errors. The GX-2012 can interchangeably operate on either a Li-Ion battery pack or an alkaline battery pack. The batteries are simple to replace requiring no tools to access the removable battery compartment or pack. Calibration and bump test intervals and reminders are user adjustable and can be set to either go into alarm or to lock the user out of normal measurement mode once a calibration period has expired. Calibrations can be performed automatically or individually in single calibration mode. The GX-2012 is also compatible with the economical SDM-2012 single channel calibration station.