The unit can detect all types of combustible gas like methane, propane, natural gas, etc. As the concentration goes up, the audible alarm beep more frequently and the scale add up. Check appliances and piping in your house to pinpoint the precise source of a potential gas leak with the practical mini gas detector.
GAS LEAK DETECTOR: Detect the presence of all kinds of combustible gas and react very quickly.
AUDIBLE ALARM: Send out an audible and visual alarm if any gas is detected.
PRACTICAL FUNCTIONS: High and low sensitivity are switchable for different scenarios.
EASY TO READ: LCD display with green backlight ensures clear visibility even in the dim light.
HANDY METER: Weighing only 1.69 ounces, measuring 7 by 1.2 by 1.2 inches, compact and lightweight, easy to carry around.
EASY TO USE: Without complicated instructions, extremely simple to use.
AUTO POWER OFF: Auto power off after about 10 minutes if there are no operation and measurement signal.
BATTERY POWERED: Powered by 2 pieces 1.5V AAA batteries.
*Please refer to the user manual carefully before use.
*Batteries not included.
*There is only the detecting parameters for methane. For the detection of other combustible gases, the parameters are only for reference.
Sensor: Gas-sensitive semi-conductor
Reaction Range: >50PPM (methane)
Warm-Up Time: Approx. 30 sec
Reactions Time: Approx. 5 sec (500PPM)
Alarm Mode: Visible and audible
Operating Conditions: 0℃~50℃ / 20~80%RH
Storage Conditions: -10℃~60℃ / 20~80%RH
Color: Black and Red
Power: 2pcs, 1.5V, AAA battery (Batteries Not Included)
Item Size: 18*3*3cm / 7.08*1.18*1.18in
Item Weight: 48g / 1.69oz
Package Size: 21.5*5.5*4.5cm / 8.46*2.16*1.77in
Package Weight: 103g / 3.63oz
1 * Combustible Gas Detector
Great product, recommended, really works, also arrived very fast.
Got it fast enough. The device looks decent. Matte plastic is pleasant when used. Sensitivity is high. The difference between the modes did not feel. Somewhere I read that the resource of the device is designed for approximately ~ 200 measurements. Then there is the degradation of the control element. For a small price of the device, this is normal. Devices with a large resource cost hundreds of dollars. I advise after a certain number of measurements, to make control measurements in a guaranteed gas environment. When testing, do not bring the device to the gas jet. This reduces the resource of the device or leads to breakage.