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This gas monitor has a dual-sensor design

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MSA Safety

MSA Safety

The Ultima X5000 gas monitor (photo) is a replacement for this company’s Ultima X device, eliminating the need for specialized setup tools or a separate controller. The Ultima X5000 can be operated from the two touch buttons on its OLED display or wirelessly via a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or tablet from up to 75 ft away. Shown prominently on the display screen are a gas reading gage, progress bar, operational status, maintenance alerts and alarms. With the ability to connect two sensor inputs into one transmitter, wiring costs and installation time are significantly reduced. Equipped with this company’s XCell electrochemical sensors, catalytic bead sensors or point infrared (IR) sensors, the monitor detects any two combinations of combustible gases; H2S or CO in multiple ranges; and 0–25% O2. — MSA Safety Inc., Cranberry Township, Pa.

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