Personal Four Gas Monitor
Detailed introduction to Riken Keiki Gas Detector:
Built around our high-quality micro-sensor technology, the GX-2003 is RIKEN's smallest personal 4-gas monitor with a built in sample pump. Weighing only 11 ounces, it has many standard features, which set the GX-2003 apart from the competition. For example, it can monitor the standard confined space gases (LEL combustibles, Oxygen deficiency, Carbon Monoxide, and Hydrogen Sulfide), however it can also measure 100% volume combustibles and automatically display either % LEL or % volume with its auto-ranging ability.
The GX-2003's large LCD display shows all 4 gas readings, battery level, current time, and will automatically backlight in alarm conditions. Each channel has 2 adjustable alarm levels in addition to TWA and STEL readings for Carbon Monoxide and Hydrogen Sulfide. The TWA and STEL readings are equipped with a lunch-break mode, which prevent the average readings from being reset when the unit is turned off. Standard alarm types include vibration, visual and audible alarms that can be set to latching or non-latching. Controlled by a microprocessor, the GX-2003 continuously checks itself for sensor connections, low battery, circuit trouble, low flow, and calibration errors.
The GX-2003 can operate on either a Ni-Cad pack or 3 AA alkaline batteries. The batteries are simple to replace requiring no tools to access the battery compartment. The Ni-Cad battery pack can also receive a charge directly within the instrument
or separately, allowing the unit to remain in service. The GX-2003 is also equipped with datalogging with a sizable memory capacity of up to 600 hours of log time. With this much capacity, the GX-2003 can store 100 alarm events, 100 trouble events, the last 20 calibrations, and up to 8 alarm trends where data is collected automatically every 5 seconds for 30 minutes before and after an alarm occurs. Available for use with a calibration station that can
simultaneously service up to 10 instruments.