Honeywell CDS2000A1000C Carbon Dioxide Gas Detector

18,797.00

Honeywell Carbon Dioxide Gas Detector is used to detect CO2 gas in the atmosphere mostly used IAQ(Indoor Air Quality) applications, which is intended to distinguish carbon dioxide gas in the air. This co2 detector has good resolution by NDIR method, compact size, and easy installation

Applications: Ventilation of buildings, Houses, HVAC, Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, and so forth.

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Product Description

Honeywell Carbon Dioxide Gas Detector is small in size and with its simple establishment and has great goals by the NDIR technique, so it is an ideal gadget for ventilation of building, house, and so on.

Features Honeywell Carbon Dioxide Gas Detector:

  • High sensitivity and good resolution
  • High technology adopted by NDIR method
  • LCD display model available
  • On/off relay output for CO2 limit monitoring
  • Two types of an analog signal (DCV and DCA) output
  • Easy installation

Additional Information

Weight 1 kg
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Measuring Parameters CO2 Gas Detection
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Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Temperature
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Output-Analog
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