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About Analox Carbon Monoxide Analyzer

Carbon monoxide - the problem:
- A small concentration of CO can affect the body, and symptoms can include headache, fatigue, confusion and dizziness. Prolonged exposure could lead to unconsciousness, brain damage or even death.
- A number of incidents of CO poisoning in sport divers have been reported around the world. In August 2010, an Australian diver was reported to have suffered CO poisoning. He was flown by rescue helicopter from a dive in North Queensland, with symptoms including memory problems and a severe headache.

Specification
- Sensor range: 1 to 50ppm CO
- Sensor accuracy: +/- (1% FS + 5% value)
- Sensor response time: <20 seconds
- Sensor drift: <6ppm CO (annual)
- Power: 1 9V PP3 battery
- Display: 2 digit
- Operating temperature: 0 to 50degC
- Storage temperature: -10 to 50degC

Analox Carbon Monoxide Analyzer Features

  • It is designed for sport divers, and allows for accurate checking for CO contamination of their own gas prior to diving.
  • Being portable the analyser can be easily transported with other kit.

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  • Functional (3)
  • Lightweight (3)
  • Solid construction (3)

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    5.0

    Easy to use, may save your life

    By AbuDhabi71601

    from Middle East

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Lightweight
    • Solid Construction

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • All Diving Applications

      Comments about Analox Carbon Monoxide Analyzer:

      This is as easy to use as an instrument can be. You'll need to buy a good case to carry it in (like a Pelican box) so that you can take it with you on dive trips.

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      5.0

      What kind of diver are you?

      By Ab8cd

      from USA, but dive throughout the world.

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Improves Diving Experience
      • Lightweight
      • Solid Construction

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • All Diving Applications

        Comments about Analox Carbon Monoxide Analyzer:

        The question is, are you the type that puts yourself in the hands of others or are you the type that takes as much responsibility for yourself as possible. This analyzer is for the second type.

        This is a simple analyzer that does what it's designed to do. You really don't need to purchase the test c0 to determine that it's working. A simple breath into the sensor will register. Then test your tank.

        Safe diving!

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        5.0

        What's a life Worth????????????????

        By Mr. Rob the Diver

        from Chicago Il.

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        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Lightweight
        • Solid Construction

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • All Diving Applications
          • Cold Water
          • Professional
          • Recreation
          • Warm Water

          Comments about Analox Carbon Monoxide Analyzer:

          I recently had a fellow diver pass away from CO overload. He was mapping a cave system in Mexico and the tanks were filled by a reputable dive shop there. The CO levels in his tank were elevated and this was never detected until after the fatal incident. We as divers need to be as safe as we can be, that's why we train and practice and check and double check our equipment. The one thing most of us never consider is the air in our tanks, unless we dive EAN we just don't test and even then we don't test CO levels! Is your life worth [$]? I believe mine is!!!! This little meter is worth EVERY penny!!!!!!!!!!!!

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          Mike S  Where can you purchase the replacement CO sensor and the bump test gas? Thanks.
          Frank L  We currently do not carry the replacement sensor. You would have to contact Analox directly.
          Shopper  This unit is made in the UK and has a max safety rating of 3ppm & the manual doesn't provide enough info, nor does it explain the risk of higher CO levels... I was told in the U.S. / Caribbean the safety rating is 10ppm ??? Is this true ???
          Eric I  No, the max is 3ppm for the US/Caribbean also. I just got back from Cozumel and used this to test tanks on the dive and the max ppm that I saw was a 2 most tanks registered a 1. I would not use a tank with with a ppm above a 3.
          Ron P  I noticed that the manual for this item talks about sensor replacement. I cannot seem to find anyone that sells the sensors or the calibration kit specified. Does anyone know how often the sensor needs to be replaced and where the necessary items may be obtained? Thanks
          Bill P  this comes from Kevin S. You said that the CO calibration gas is not needed, 'A simple breath into the sensor will register' is what you stated. Please do not rely on this as a method of determining whether the unit functioning and is calibrated correctly. First, there shouldn't be enough CO coming out of your lungs to register on the CO monitor unless you are a smoker or have been exposed to signficant amounts of CO recently. You will not know it is working correctly or needs adjustment unless you apply a gas of a known CO concentration to the sensor. There are other sources of calibration gas out there besides what Analox provides, just purchase some with the same concentration as to what the manufacturer recommends. Kevin
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