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Draeger X-am 5000 4-Gas Monitor

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DRA01-4543752
$2,349.26
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The Draeger X-am 5000 diffusion 4 gas monitor detects lower level explosives (LEL, Ex), hydrogen sulfide (H2S), carbon monoxide (CO), and oxygen (O2) for maximum security at a low operational cost. The X-am 5000 provides a constant readout of gas levels on an easy-to-read, backlit display screen. Encountering dangerous levels of a gas, the monitor alerts the user by emitting a 90 dB audible alarm, flashing 360 degree LEDs, and vibrating. This instrument is not only small and compact but extremely durable as well. The internal sensors are shockproof, and the unit features integrated rubber to resist impacts. It's also dust resistant according to IP67 and insensitive to electromagnetic interference.

One of the key differences in Draeger monitors is the life of their sensors. The H2S, CO, and oxygen sensors have a five-year lifetime, while the LEL sensor is guaranteed for up to three years. This not only cuts down on the hassle of replacing sensors but saves money as well. Draeger creates industry-leading protection equipment for a wide range of applications, including many hospitals and fire departments in addition to industrial safety. The reason for Draeger's popularity is simple: their equipment is crafted with quality and accuracy in mind. They don't make equipment to cut corners or save people a lot of money, but they engineer some of the most dependable safety equipment on the planet. Try the Draeger X-am 5000 with the Draeger X-zone 5000 area monitoring system.


Key Features:



  • Incredibly small and mobile

  • Constant gal level readout

  • Back-lit display

  • Low cost of operation

  • NiMH battery and charger

  • Durable D-ring clip

  • IP67 dust-resistant


FAQs: How Often Do I Need To Calibrate My Monitor?


Total Weight: 7.8 oz.


Part Number: (old part number) 4543752 - 8320000 (X-am 5000 Monitor) - 6812950 (LEL Sensor) - 6812212 (CO Sensor) - 6812213 (H2S Sensor) - 6812211 (O2 Sensor) - 8318785 (NiMh Battery and Charger Kit)

More Information
Price $2,349.26
SKU DRA01-4543752
Product Weight (lbs.) 0.5
Weight 1.5000
Brand Draeger
MPN 4543752
Type Multi-Gas
Gas Type %LEL, O2, H2S, CO
5th Sensor No
Color No
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  1. Jamie Duke

    2014-02-10 20:50:36

    Is the x-am 5000 an active or passive monitor?

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    1. Justin McCarter

      2014-02-10 20:34:14

      The Draeger X-am 5000 is a passive, or diffusion, monitor. It is designed to be worn on the outside of a worker's clothing and monitors the air it comes in contact with. <br>
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      An <a href="https://www.pksafety.com/draeger-x-am-remote-sampling-pump.html">external sample draw pump</a> from Draeger is available for this monitor. it allows remote sampling from up to 66 ft. away.

  2. Matthew Legaspi

    2014-12-08 21:35:41

    Does the Draeger X-am 5000 have the capability to log data?

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    1. Chris

      2014-12-08 21:35:41

      The Draeger X-am 5000 does indeed have data logging capability. Memory within the detector has the capacity to log approximately 1000 hours, with 5 gases and a recording interval of 1 reading per minute. The data logger may be viewed using the Draeger CC-Vision Basic software after downloading via an infrared connection kit.

      The CC-Vision Basic software kit is a free download. This presents the data in a format similar to an Excel sheet. The infra-red to USB cable adapter kit, 8317409 is available for $220. This is not included with the detector, and must be purchased separately.

  3. Wesh

    2015-10-26 19:29:00

    Hi, There

    I need detectors for testing Tetrahydrothiophene (THT). Please let me know which one can do the job and how much they are.

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    1. Ben

      2015-10-26 19:29:00

      Unfortunately this monitor is not capable of detecting THT. At this time we do not have a sensor that can detect that gas.

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