Display: High-contrast, backlit
Alarms: Visual: LEDs Audible: Piezoelectric horn, 95 dB at 2 feet
Alarm Relays: 5 programmable gas relays plus fault. All relays are programmable latching or nonlatching, dry SPDT,
10 amps (resistive load only) at 110 VAC.
Operating Power: 100 to 240 VAC and/or 12 VDC, 15 Watts
Sample Inlet Connection: Female quick release, supplied with male quick release for 1/4″ I.D. tubing. Tubing available from ENMET on request
Flow Rate: 1 Lpm (pump/internal sensors)
Enclosure: Thermoplastic box with clear, hinged front cover, designed for NEMA 12 and 4X
Dimensions: 9.3 W x 11.9 H x 7.8 D inches (21.3 W x 30.3 H x 15.4 D cm)
Weight: 9 lbs.
Calibration Equipment for GSM-60:
(Typical equipment for standard calibrations)
Part No. Description
03510-001 Gas Regulator Assembly, flow demand, for 34 liter steel gas cylinders, CO & O2
03700-002 Gas Regulator Assembly, flow demand, for 34/58 aluminum gas cylinders, or 103 liter steel gas cylinders, CO2
03219-020 Calibration Gas, 34 liter steel cylinder, 20 ppm Carbon monoxide, CO
03296-209 Calibration Gas, 34 liter steel cylinder, 20.9% Oxygen, O2
03223-1000 Calibration Gas, 103 liter steel cylinder, 1000 ppm Carbon dioxide, CO2
73083-000 Carrying Case, will hold up to two cylinders, either 34 or 103 liter
Calibration equipment for the GSM-60 is available for many other gases. Contact ENMET for other calibration gases and regulator assemblies available for gases not listed above. Always provide the Model Number and Serial Number of your instrument when inquiring about calibration equipment.
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If you cannot find what you need or require a custom part, simply call and speak to one of our knowledgeable gas monitoring experts. They will be able to walk you through the ordering process quickly and professionally.
Use our Gas Table to see custom gas monitoring configurations available for GSM-60. Contact ENMET sales department for help designing a GSM-60 to meet your gas detection requirements.