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SMART SENSOR Handheld Carbon Monoxide Meter

SMART SENSOR Handheld Carbon Monoxide Meter

With High Precision CO Gas Tester Monitor Detector Gauge LCD Display Sound and Light Alarm 0-1000ppm

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The Carbon monoxide gas detector is a portable detector for detecting carbon monoxide (CO) gas. It can continuously monitor the CO gas concentration in the surrounding environment, once the gas concentration reaches the level of the alarm, the alarm will sound, light.
High precision portable CO gas tester with compact size and light weight is easy to carry and operate. It is widely used in petroleum, chemical, coal, metallurgy, paper, fire, municipal, telecommunications, food, textile and other industries.

Features:
Portable detector for detecting carbon monoxide(CO) gas.
Can continuously monitor the CO gas concentration in the surrounding environment.
Sound alarm works when CO gas concentration reaches the level of the alarm.
Compact size, light weight, easy to carry and operate.
Professional and accurate measurement.
Large LCD display and ℃/℉ switch.
Can set concentration of alarm value.
Auto power off in 10 minutes without any operation.

Specifications:
Brand Name: SMART SENSOR     
Color: Orange + Black
Material: ABS Plastic
Sensor Type: Stablized Electrochemical Gas Specific (CO)
Detection Gas: Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Temperature Measurement: Ambient Temperature    
Display Unit: CO: ppm, Temperature: ℃/℉         
Measurement Range: CO: 0~1000PPM, Temperature: 0~50℃ / 32~122℉     
Resolution: CO: 1PPM, Temperature: 0.1℃ / 0.1℉
Accuracy: CO:±5% or ±10PPM, Temperature: ±1.5℃
Response Time: <60s                
Alarm: Sound & Light Alarm  
Alarm Point: 24PPM Preset (Adjustable)          
Battery Type: 3 * AAA 1.5V Alkaline Batteries (NOT Included)
Operating Temperature: 0~50℃, Relative Humidity 1%~99%
Storage Temperature: -30~60℃, Relative Humidity: 1%~99%
Item Size: Approx. 135 * 50 * 35mm / 5.31 * 1.97 * 1.38in (L * W * H)
Item Weight: Approx. 89g / 3.13oz
Package Size: Approx. 21.5 * 15 * 5cm / 8.46 * 5.91 * 1.97in (L * W * H)
Package Weight: Approx. 127g / 4.48oz

Package List:
1 * Carbon Monoxide Meter
1 * User Manual

Questions & Answers

  • Q Does this meter ever need calibrated and if so, how is that accomplished? How long do the meters last?

    By Brandi February 13, 2019

    A The product has been calibrated before it is issued. It can be used directly after receiving the product. There is no specific range, and it can be measured when the measured gas is sensed.

    Reply By Customer Service Center February 14, 2019
  • Q Does the co sensor read co2 as well

    By James Barrios November 29, 2018

    A Sorry ,it does not read Co2,thanks.

    Reply By Customer Service Center November 29, 2018
  • Q Hello, does the device have a USB cable to download the CO measurements to a PC? Is there a way to save the information of the various measures? Thank you.

    By Katterina Bonino November 2, 2018

    A Sorry,it does not have a USB cable to download the CO measurements to a PC. It can not save the information of the various measures,thanks.

    Reply By Customer Service Center November 5, 2018
  • Q Do this device measure Carbon Dioxide (Co2) content also ?

    By omkar kolikar October 9, 2018

    A Portable detector for detecting carbon monoxide(CO) gas.

    Reply By Customer Service Center October 9, 2018

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  • By k***n

    February 24, 2022

    I checked a ventless gas fireplace with this tool to make sure it was burning clean. It gave a real-time CO reading as low as 1 ppm, and immediately, to show that the fireplace was burning mostly clean, with occasional 40 ppm CO fluctuations. You should not trust CO detectors or alarms. You need a meter like this to be sure. Carbon monoxide alarms do not have a certified rating for detecting or emitting carbon monoxide levels. Most of the time, more than 10 hours of exposure to 40 ppm carbon monoxide was required before the alarm activated, and nothing below that value was detected. Even at 200 ppm, they typically require an hour of continuous exposure to activate. These may save you from a lethal dose of carbon monoxide, but they won't protect you from long-term exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide, which is still very dangerous! Many CO detector manufacturers do not know or are reluctant to disclose what levels their devices will detect. I recommend using a meter like this instead.

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  • By k***n

    February 24, 2022

    I checked a ventless gas fireplace with this tool to make sure it was burning clean. It gave a real-time CO reading as low as 1 ppm, and immediately, to show that the fireplace was burning mostly clean, with occasional 40 ppm CO fluctuations. You should not trust CO detectors or alarms. You need a meter like this to be sure. Carbon monoxide alarms do not have a certified rating for detecting or emitting carbon monoxide levels. Most of the time, more than 10 hours of exposure to 40 ppm carbon monoxide was required before the alarm activated, and nothing below that value was detected. Even at 200 ppm, they typically require an hour of continuous exposure to activate. These may save you from a lethal dose of carbon monoxide, but they won't protect you from long-term exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide, which is still very dangerous! Many CO detector manufacturers do not know or are reluctant to disclose what levels their devices will detect. I recommend using a meter like this instead.

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  • By k***n

    February 24, 2022

    I checked a ventless gas fireplace with this tool to make sure it was burning clean. It gave a real-time CO reading as low as 1 ppm, and immediately, to show that the fireplace was burning mostly clean, with occasional 40 ppm CO fluctuations. You should not trust CO detectors or alarms. You need a meter like this to be sure. Carbon monoxide alarms do not have a certified rating for detecting or emitting carbon monoxide levels. Most of the time, more than 10 hours of exposure to 40 ppm carbon monoxide was required before the alarm activated, and nothing below that value was detected. Even at 200 ppm, they typically require an hour of continuous exposure to activate. These may save you from a lethal dose of carbon monoxide, but they won't protect you from long-term exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide, which is still very dangerous! Many CO detector manufacturers do not know or are reluctant to disclose what levels their devices will detect. I recommend using a meter like this instead.

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  • By k***n

    February 24, 2022

    I checked a ventless gas fireplace with this tool to make sure it was burning clean. It gave a real-time CO reading as low as 1 ppm, and immediately, to show that the fireplace was burning mostly clean, with occasional 40 ppm CO fluctuations. You should not trust CO detectors or alarms. You need a meter like this to be sure. Carbon monoxide alarms do not have a certified rating for detecting or emitting carbon monoxide levels. Most of the time, more than 10 hours of exposure to 40 ppm carbon monoxide was required before the alarm activated, and nothing below that value was detected. Even at 200 ppm, they typically require an hour of continuous exposure to activate. These may save you from a lethal dose of carbon monoxide, but they won't protect you from long-term exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide, which is still very dangerous! Many CO detector manufacturers do not know or are reluctant to disclose what levels their devices will detect. I recommend using a meter like this instead.

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  • By k***n

    February 24, 2022

    I checked a ventless gas fireplace with this tool to make sure it was burning clean. It gave a real-time CO reading as low as 1 ppm, and immediately, to show that the fireplace was burning mostly clean, with occasional 40 ppm CO fluctuations. You should not trust CO detectors or alarms. You need a meter like this to be sure. Carbon monoxide alarms do not have a certified rating for detecting or emitting carbon monoxide levels. Most of the time, more than 10 hours of exposure to 40 ppm carbon monoxide was required before the alarm activated, and nothing below that value was detected. Even at 200 ppm, they typically require an hour of continuous exposure to activate. These may save you from a lethal dose of carbon monoxide, but they won't protect you from long-term exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide, which is still very dangerous! Many CO detector manufacturers do not know or are reluctant to disclose what levels their devices will detect. I recommend using a meter like this instead.

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  • By k***n

    February 24, 2022

    I checked a ventless gas fireplace with this tool to make sure it was burning clean. It gave a real-time CO reading as low as 1 ppm, and immediately, to show that the fireplace was burning mostly clean, with occasional 40 ppm CO fluctuations. You should not trust CO detectors or alarms. You need a meter like this to be sure. Carbon monoxide alarms do not have a certified rating for detecting or emitting carbon monoxide levels. Most of the time, more than 10 hours of exposure to 40 ppm carbon monoxide was required before the alarm activated, and nothing below that value was detected. Even at 200 ppm, they typically require an hour of continuous exposure to activate. These may save you from a lethal dose of carbon monoxide, but they won't protect you from long-term exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide, which is still very dangerous! Many CO detector manufacturers do not know or are reluctant to disclose what levels their devices will detect. I recommend using a meter like this instead.

    Is this helpful? (0) (0)

  • By k***n

    February 24, 2022

    I checked a ventless gas fireplace with this tool to make sure it was burning clean. It gave a real-time CO reading as low as 1 ppm, and immediately, to show that the fireplace was burning mostly clean, with occasional 40 ppm CO fluctuations. You should not trust CO detectors or alarms. You need a meter like this to be sure. Carbon monoxide alarms do not have a certified rating for detecting or emitting carbon monoxide levels. Most of the time, more than 10 hours of exposure to 40 ppm carbon monoxide was required before the alarm activated, and nothing below that value was detected. Even at 200 ppm, they typically require an hour of continuous exposure to activate. These may save you from a lethal dose of carbon monoxide, but they won't protect you from long-term exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide, which is still very dangerous! Many CO detector manufacturers do not know or are reluctant to disclose what levels their devices will detect. I recommend using a meter like this instead.

    Is this helpful? (0) (0)

  • By k***n

    February 24, 2022

    I checked a ventless gas fireplace with this tool to make sure it was burning clean. It gave a real-time CO reading as low as 1 ppm, and immediately, to show that the fireplace was burning mostly clean, with occasional 40 ppm CO fluctuations. You should not trust CO detectors or alarms. You need a meter like this to be sure. Carbon monoxide alarms do not have a certified rating for detecting or emitting carbon monoxide levels. Most of the time, more than 10 hours of exposure to 40 ppm carbon monoxide was required before the alarm activated, and nothing below that value was detected. Even at 200 ppm, they typically require an hour of continuous exposure to activate. These may save you from a lethal dose of carbon monoxide, but they won't protect you from long-term exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide, which is still very dangerous! Many CO detector manufacturers do not know or are reluctant to disclose what levels their devices will detect. I recommend using a meter like this instead.

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  • By p***n

    December 28, 2020

    Very practical product, I like it

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  • By s***r

    February 24, 2022

    Well resolved furnace failure.

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  • By a***z

    February 23, 2022

    Measure corrosion in vehicle cabins, able to detect and locate manifold gasket leaks on domestic minivans exceeding 40 ppm

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  • By m***n

    February 21, 2022

    I use it to measure carbon monoxide quickly and accurately, and it's the best detector I've ever used. Very easy to use and not too thick.

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  • By d***h

    February 21, 2022

    It's small and fits nicely in your hand. It has a nice metal belt clip that fits most belts. After powering on, the display starts a 2-minute countdown while initializing. This is a handy little device. I don't have a way to test its accuracy, so I can't rate it.

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  • By c***r

    February 21, 2022

    I use it to check HVAC 4-8 times a week. It is easy to use and reliable. I wish there was a strong battery indicator and a way to turn off the "auto-off" feature for longer checks. I recommend this product.

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  • By c***r

    February 12, 2022

    I like this size. It's fairly simple to use. Note that the meter is calibrated every time it is turned on. So you need to turn it on outside, in fresh air; so you'll know it's calibrated to zero carbon monoxide levels. The instructions for this device are ok, but sketchy and I don't really know. The reaction time for reading seems to go from 30 seconds to almost real-time, just a few seconds.

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  • By c***n

    February 12, 2022

    A must have when you work near gas appliances. My tenants complained about broken CO detectors and this tool did what it was supposed to do. A carbon monoxide leak was soon discovered. I hope it lasts.

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  • By c***n

    February 12, 2022

    I bought this for work, to check CO2/smoke detectors. It's easy to use and very accurate. A small price to pay for peace of mind. It closes automatically, which is inconvenient. Otherwise I am satisfied.

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  • By k***n

    February 10, 2022

    Very valuable. The illuminated screen is nice and does what it says. The exposure alarm is also a cool feature, although there is no need for it yet!

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  • By t***l

    February 5, 2022

    This is the best carbon monoxide detector I've used in 10 years, easy to read, accurate, and has a short warm-up time.

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  • By r***n

    February 5, 2022

    Looking forward to actually figuring out how this thing works! Perhaps more importantly; its duration and accurate functionality if kept in a toolbox drawer when not in use.

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