Draeger X-am 5000 5-Gas Monitor
This instrument is not only small and compact, but extremely durable as well. The internal sensors are shock proof, 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 O2 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 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 by cutting corners to lower costs, but instead 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.
- Incredibly small and mobile
- Constant gas level readout
- Backlit display
- Low cost of operation
- NiMH battery and charger
- Durable D-ring clip
- IP67 dust-resistant
How Often Do I Need To Calibrate My Gas Monitor?
(old part number) 4543751 - gas monitor
- 8320000 (X-am 5000 Monitor)
- 6812950 (LEL Sensor)
- 6812211 (O2 Sensor)
- 6813280 (Dual CO/H2S Sensor)
- 8318785 (NiMh Battery and Charger Kit)
6810890 - Cl2 Sensor
6810889 - CO2 Sensor
6811365 - HCN Sensor
6810888 - NH3 Sensor
6812600 - NO2 Sensor
6811530 - OV Sensor
6810886 - PH3 Sensor
6810885 - SO2 Sensor
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Dimensions of product? Does it use pump or diffusion?1 answer
The Draeger X-am 5000 is a diffusion type monitor. An accessory pump may purchased. The dimensions are (W x H x D) 1.85” x 5.08” x 1.22”, (47 x 129 x 31 mm)
Does this unit have to be started in a known gas free environment?
Yes, to make sure it zero's out correctly when it starts up.