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Protégé ZM Single Gas CO Monitor

Protégé ZM Single Gas CO Monitor

Scott

Scott Safety announces the introduction of the Protégé ZM Single Gas Monitor—an easy-to-use, zero-maintenance gas detection solution that delivers high performance in a small, ergonomically designed package. Two year operating life, no charging or calibration required. Three point alarm system including audible, visual and tactile alarms. Customisable LCD display can show operating life remaining, real time gas readings or both. User configurable alarm set points, bump, and calibration reminders. Data logging capabilities. IP 66/67 rated enclosure.

Code: 096-3459-01

Scott

£102.45 Each (ex. VAT)

£122.94 inc. VAT
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Protégé ZM Single Gas CO Monitor

Scott Safety announces the introduction of the Protégé ZM Single Gas Monitor—an easy-to-use, zero-maintenance gas detection solution that delivers high performance in a small, ergonomically designed package. Two year operating life, no charging or calibration required. Three point alarm system including audible, visual and tactile alarms. Customisable LCD display can show operating life remaining, real time gas readings or both. User configurable alarm set points, bump, and calibration reminders. Data logging capabilities. IP 66/67 rated enclosure.

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Manufacturer Scott
Manufacturer Code 096-3459-01

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