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  • Ammonia (NH3) Handheld Gas Detector

    Ammonia (NH3) Handheld Gas Detector
    Regular price $499.00

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    The GasLab Plus CM-506 is an Ammonia (NH3) Handheld Gas Detector designed to measure azane gas concentrations in a variety of industries and applications.

      With long-term data storage, the user can measure ambient gas levels by data displayed and gain indication by visual and audible alarm settings.


      • Electrochemical technology to measure NH3 concentrations
      • Large LCD display for easy readability 
      • Audible Alarm
      • Data Logging With 16 GB SD Card
      • Multiple Connected Units by RS485 interface
      • LCD Backlight for easy readability by dark
      • Li-ion rechargeable batteries


      • Poultry
      • Agriculture
      • Industrial
      • Safety


        • Measures: NH3
        • Sensing method: EC Sensing
        • NH3 Measurement range: 0~100ppm
        • NH3 Accuracy: ±10%
        • Temperature: 0~50°C,±1℃
        • Power Supply: Rechargeable Battery - Li-ion 18650 3.7V 
        • Weight: 305g (without batteries)
        • Life span: up to 2 years
        • Battery Life: tested to 24+ hours
        • Lifespan: 2 years


        • NH3 Gas Detector
        • Manual
        • USB Charging Cable
        • SD Card (16g), Data Logging Capability


          • 1 year - See CO2Meter Terms and Conditions.

          BAT-18650 - EBL 18650 3.7V Li-ion Rechargeable Batteries

          EBL Intelligent Batteries provide a fast charge and are upgraded ETL certified to be used with all CM-500 series handheld gas detectors.

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          "Easy to install, easy to set up, and easy calibration - just what I was looking for."

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