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General Tools DCO1001 Digital CO Detector With Auto Zero

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General Tools DCO1001 Digital CO Detector With Auto Zero

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Digital CO Detector wITH Auto Zero

Ideal for Home, Office, Tunnels, Mines etc. The battery operated DCO 1001 features a new electromechanical CO sensor with 3 points of auto calibration: 0, 100 and 500 ppm. The meter has a Backlit LCD Display and simultaneously exhibits Dual Readings of CO and Max Hold, updated every second. Other features include High Repeatability, Auto Zero, Adjustable Alarm Settings, and an Audible Alert which triggers above 35ppm to indicate a dangerous CO concentration. The extremely affordable DCO 1001 has a measuring range of 0-1000 ppm and comes complete with a soft case, a wrist strap, 3 "AAA" batteries and an instruction manual.
  • Adjustable co warning level
  • LCD dual digital display
  • Bright backlight
  • self test
  • Low battery indication
  • °F/°C selectable
  • Auto power off
  • Auto zero
  • Max Hold
  • Includes: (3) AAA alkaline batteries, Operation manual, Wrist strap and Carrying pouch

Product Specifications

    • LENGTH INCHES9-1/4
    • DESCRIPTIONDigital CO Detector wITH Auto Zero
    • WIDTH INCHES8-1/4
    • HEIGHT INCHES2-1/4
    • BRANDGeneral Tools

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