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3M 725 Wrist Strap Monitor

725

Your Price $389.00
Inventory 2 to 3 Weeks



3M 725 Wrist Strap Monitor

A small, compact, battery-powered unit that continuously monitors both the worker and the worker's wrist strap. The monitor uses a reliable resistance method that includes the worker's skin resistance to determine if the system is operating properly.

The monitor uses a reliable resistance method that actually includes the operator's skin resistance to determine if the system is operating properly. This monitor is used with the 3M™ 4700 Dual Conductor Wrist Band3M™ 2300 Series Dual Conductor Cords, which are not included with the monitor and must be purchased separately.

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The monitor uses the same dual conductor wrist strap as used with the Workstation Monitor 724. The 725 also monitors the ground wire connection and battery level.

The 725 immediately alerts the individual when a wrist strap is operating improperly. The monitor continuously supplies a current that is returned through a wrist band and cord that contain two separate independent conductors.

The monitor is a compact, portable, battery-powered unit with a visual and an audible alarm. A 'parking plate' mounted on the monitor allows an individual to disconnect the ground cord and clip it to the parking plate to 'silence' the alarm when moving from one work area to another. The 3M™ Belt Clip 723 is available as an accessory item and may be purchased separately.

The competitively priced Wrist Strap Monitor 725 can be used in manufacturing and field service environments. By contributing to the protection of static sensitive devices and printed circuit boards from static damage, the 725 can save money and time as a result of improved yield rates and lower field service costs.

The 725 is manufactured in an ISO 9002 registered facility and ships with a Certificate of Conformance. Effective 8/1/2005, this product is WEEE compliant.

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