The portable Honeywell X5 Series gas detector simultaneously monitors up to five atmospheric hazards. A wide selection of individual electrochemical toxic sensors are available to the Honeywell X5 Series gas detector, along with optional IR sensor for carbon dioxide (% CO2) and PID sensors for detecting volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The Honeywell X5 Series gas detector has data-logging capabilities and is compatible with MicroDock II, Honeywell's automatic test/calibration docking station.
Compact and lightweight, the Honeywell X5 Series gas detector activates audible, visual, and vibrating alarms in the event of a low, high, TWA, or STEL alarm condition. Highly configurable to suit a range of applications, the Honeywell X5 Series gas detector comes as a diffusion or pumped instrument with either alkaline or Lithium Polymer rechargeable hot-swappable battery pack. Standard features of the Honeywell X5 Series gas detector include confidence beep, automitic calibration, full function self test, and an extended selection of user-settable field options.
The Honeywell X5 Series gas detector's photoionization detection option monitors VOCs that present potential hazards in work environments. VOCs, which can often evaporate at room temperature, include substances such as solvents, paint thinners, benzene, butadiene, hexane, toluene, as well as vapors associated with fuels such as gasoline, diesel, heating oil, kerosene, and jet fuel. The Honeywell X5 Series gas detector features an integrated photoionization detector (PID) which enables sensitive broad spectrum monitoring of volatile organic compounds.
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