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iTX Multi-Gas Monitor

Source: Industrial Scientific Corp.

iTX Multi-Gas Monitor
The iTX is available in a 1,2,3,4,5 or 6 (only with CO/H2S) gas configuration and will continuously and simultaneously monitor for unsafe concentrations of combustible gas, oxygen and/or any three (or 4 with CO/H2S) of the following toxic gas sensors: CO, H2S, SO2, NO2, Cl2, ClO2, NO, & NH3.
Designed for a variety of applications, the iTX Multi-Gas Monitor can be transformed from a single gas go/no-go monitor to a six-gas datalogging instrument, or anything in between. The iTX monitor gives customers the utmost flexibility in gas monitoring equipment, while increasing cost efficiencies through innovative features including a unique "Quick Cal" calibration technique and the ultimate instrument management system, the DS1000 Docking Station. The iTX multi-gas monitor features a rugged, 24-gauge stainless steel housing, which provides robust protection from rough environments and radio frequency interference, yet weighs only 18.5 ounces. Standard datalogging, data storage and site / user ID data entry capabilities automate tedious record-keeping details. Twenty-four configurable parameters can be personally customized through intuitive operation and easy-to-follow screen prompts, or left to built-in defaults determined by industry standards. Additional features include a backlit dot matrix LCD that simultaneously displays all gases monitored, ultra-bright visual alarms and a powerful 90 dB audible alarm. The iTX unit provides 19 hours of continuous run-time using a lithium-ion battery pack and has been approved by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and classified intrinsically safe for use in Class I, Groups A, B, C and D (EEx ia IIc T4) hazardous locations. The iTX provides the dependability, adaptability and durability that customers deserve to keep up with their safety and industrial hygiene needs. A dedicated website, www.myitx.com, has been developed to answer questions about the new monitor and to help customers determine which iTX configuration is best for their application.