Honeywell GD250 Carbon Monoxide Detector


Honeywell GD250 Carbon Monoxide Detector is an IAQ(Indoor Air Quality) sensor, which has been intended to recognize carbon monoxide gas noticeable all around and has high exactness at low focus. Favorable position of this model is its minimized size and simple installation.

Applications: Chemical industry, Meat Coloring, Medicine, Metallurgy, Laser and so forth.

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Product Description

Honeywell GD250 Carbon Monoxide Detector is an IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) sensor, which has been designed to detect carbon monoxide gas in the air. This model has high accuracy at low concentrations, so it is an optimum solution for detecting CO levels in the parking lot, tunnel, pharmaceuticals, clean rooms, chambers, pharmaceutical machinery, and underground places. The advantage of this model is its compact size and easy installation.

Features Of Honeywell Carbon Monoxide Detector:

  • Two types of analog signal (DCV and DCA) output (Selectable)
  • Compact size (70 ㎜×122 ㎜×32 ㎜)
  • High sensitivity and selectivity to carbon monoxide

Additional Information

Weight 1 kg
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