SCM4 – Carbon Monoxide Detector
Fast Enough for Walk Around Tests
The SCM4 Carbon Monoxide (CO) Meter has a very quick reaction time and measures CO in parts per million (ppm). Its electrochemical sensor is fast enough for walk-around tests and suitable for Home or Office. Ideal for Automotive workshops & underground Carparks. Use this Carbon Monoxide detector to verify readings of your installed fixed CO sensors. Be Sure with the SCM4 from Fieldpiece Australia when checking your Gas Appliance.
Sensor is Pre-Calibrated at two levels for the best Accuracy. It comes packaged with a Certificate of Calibration
Field-replaceable Certified CO sensor
Advanced three-pin sensor measures 0 to 1000 ppm CO
Calibrate / Zero SCM4 to ambient quickly with the ZERO button
Audio and visual alarms with mute function
Bright-blue, backlit dual-display with MAX and real-time measurements displayed
Magnetic hanger for hands-free operation
The SCM4 Carbon Monoxide Detector (CO Detector) offers several features and benefits to field technicians:
- Field-replaceable CO sensor [ Sensor replacement Part # RCM4 ].
– Easy to install
– Lasts approximately two years [usage pending] – Comes pre-calibrated & certified.
- Alarm rate increases as carbon monoxide concentration increases
- MAX hold to help you zero in on the source
- Auto Power Off (APO) to save battery life (easy to disable)
- Battery check with % of battery life left displayed
A professional Carbon Monoxide Tester ideal for internal gas heaters whether ducted or room standing – use for Home or Office
Fast and Easy Sensor Replacement
|How to Test your CO Meter Sensor.
Download the full Operators Info sheet in the above Specifications tab. Look for the Maintenance section to describe on how to test your sensor.
The SCM4 and ACM4 replacement CO sensor (RCM4)
comes electronically calibrated and can be purchased
directly from your distributor. Simply plug in your new
sensor and your SCM4 is automatically
calibrated to factory standards. With normal use, the
RCM4 can last for approximately two years. Sensor life is
highly dependent on exposure level to CO & Contaminants.
Repeated exposure to contaminants will shorten the
life of the sensor.