Simply press the start/test button, and the GasAlertClip Extreme Detector is ready to use. This single gas detector requires no calibration, sensor replacement, battery replacement, or battery charging to use.
The detector is designed to record and transmit gas alarm events involving H2S or CO, perform user-activated daily self-tests, and enable easy recordkeeping with automatic event logging and MicroDock II compatibility. Rugged, waterproof, and durable with a built-in concussion-proof boot, the detector features a large, confident LCD that displays the peak alarm exposures encountered on demand and shows the life it has remaining in months, days, and hours.
Reliable and easy to use, with no downtime, BW Technologies' GasAlertClip Extreme Detector will keep you well aware of and prepared to respond to hydrogen sulfide and carbon monoxide hazards.
Suggestion: Many fire departments purchase an extra 2 or 3 year CO detector to leave behind at homes where there was a concern. They simply pick it up the next day and they give peace of mind that night to that family, that "customer".
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GasAlertClip Extreme Detector provides up to three years of continuous protection from hydrogen sulfide and carbon monoxide. Single gas detection H2S, CO - 3 year model Large confidence LCD displays peak alarm exposures encountered on demand, as well as life remaining in months, days, and hours Reliable and easy to use with no downtime No calibration, sensor replacement, battery replacement, or charging needed
THIS IS CALLED A THROW AWAY, YOU WILL GET 30 TO 36 MONTHS USE OUT OF THIS; After that you replace the complete unit, FD's are using these on their EMS first in bags, Ambulances, QRS units, Medic units, PD's are giving them to their on duty officers. Pricing is less expensive then the larger 4/5 gas monitors
Hi Bill, short answer is yes, just toss and purchase another. We sell a lot of these to FD/EMS customers, the EMS customers turn the unit on attache to their 1st in bag they take inside homes, accidents scenes, business, etc. Some FD even purchase a couple extra units that they will leave at a home or apartment and come back the next day to pick it back up, creates a better customer service with the general public. I gave you both the short and long of it.
As I understand Bump Testing you should do this every time you turn on your monitor, we tell everyone to turn this on and never turn it off, it will last 2 years or 3 years pending on the option you purchased. At the price of this model it is some times called a throw away model, EMS first in bags, FD bags, and PD all use these and never have to bump test them. the short answer is no bump test.
It should display the PPM that it is reading, and I think it will alarm when it goes over the allowable PPM. If it is supposed to alarm @ 29 ppm it will and show what it is reading also.