Gas Clip SGC-P-H Single Gas Detector with Hibernate Mode for Hydrogen Sulfide

Model: SGC-P-H

Gas Clip SGC-P-H Single Gas Detector with Hibernate Mode for Hydrogen Sulfide

Model: SGC-P-H

Sale Price $131.18 USD
Regular Price $165.00 USD
Availability 1 to 2 Weeks
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Gas Clip Technologies, Inc. Single Gas Clip Plus (SGC Plus) w/Hibernate mode-Orange Gas Clip Technologies SGC Plus is the only maintenance free single gas detector available with "Hibernate" mode. "Hibernate" mode allows users to place their units in a rested state when not in use. The SGC Plus is perfect for seasonal/turnaround contractors or rental fleets. When your job or turnaround is finished, simply synchronize the instrument with our IR Link or Clip Dock and put the detector in a rested state. When you are ready to use the detector again, simply press the power button to reactivate the detector. With the SGC Plus, you only pay for the time the detector is in use. Each SGC Plus will last for 24 months of use and comes with a warranty of 24 months of use or 3 years from activation (whichever comes first). However, this mode can only be enabled via IR communication with either the IR Link or Clip Dock accessories (not by a button push), so only authorized personnel can place the units in "hibernate" mode. The SGC Plus also provides the most advanced maintenance free disposable single gas detector on the market. Unlike other disposable single gas detectors, the SGC Plus combines a rugged design and reliability with advanced sensor resolution (0.1 ppm for H2S models). Advanced micro processing capabilities allow for quick unit configuration adjustments to comply with current and future industrial health and safety gas exposure regulations for workers in industrial environments. Additional Features:

Bump Check Reminder: All Single Gas Clip models come standard with the bump check reminder feature. When activated, if the detector has not been bump tested within the designated interval, the instrument will emit both a flash and show "buP" across the screen alerting the user, peer, or supervisor that the gas bump test is due. In addition to the flash, the TEST Icon will continually display in the upper left hand corner. This alert increases user accountability and allows for easier policy enforcement. Note the flash feature can be disabled within the IR Link software, if desired.

Programmable unique 6 digit ID: Considering the rugged environment these instruments are often exposed to and used in, identification via serial number, sticker, or marker can be unreliable. With the unique ID feature, units can be identified with a simple push of a button. Available using both limited alpha and full numeric characters, each unit can be assigned a unique ID utilizing, for example an employee ID number, last 4 digits of SSN, or a job code. Unique ID's will also appear on event log reports and bump test logs. ID's will be displayed on the detector screen in segments of 3 digits at a time (first 3 digits, then last 3 digits).

Adjustable alarm set points: To adapt with changing health and safety gas exposure regulations for workers in industrial environments , the Single Gas Clip alarm set points can be easily adjusted via the IR Link software or through the Clip Dock. Detectors can also be special ordered with custom alarm set points.

Key Features:

  • Only authorized personnel can place the detector in "hibernate" mode
  • Unmatched sensor reliability for H2S & CO
  • Adjustable alarm set points and real-time gas reading capability
  • 50% larger battery capacity
  • Two-way IR comms for event downloads, bump tests & updates
  • Programmable unit identification
  • "Bump check" confirmation/identification

Specifications
Size 3.2" H x 2.0" W x 1.1" D
(81 mm H x 50 mm W x 28 mm D)
Weight 2.7 oz. (76 g)
Temperature H2S: -40°C to +50°C/ -40°F to +122°F
CO: -40°C to +50°C/ -40°F to +122°F
O2: -50°C to +50°C/ -58°F to +122°F
Humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing relative humidity
Alarms Visual, Vibrating and Audible (minimum 95 db)
Tests Full function self-test on activation and every 20 hours; continuous automatic battery and sensor tests
Battery Life Two Years; 4 minutes of alarm per day
Ratings IP 67/ Complies with EMC directives 89/336/EEC
Certifications UL 913 and CSA-22.2 No 157 Class 1 Division 1&2 Groups A, B, C and D; ATEX: II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4; IECEX: Ex ia IIC T4
Warranty 3 years from activation; 24 months of operational life (whichever occurs first); 1 year shelf life
Measuring Range H2S: 0-100 (Low alarm limit: 10 ppm; High alarm limit: 15 ppm)
CO: 0-300 ppm (Low alarm limit: 35 ppm; High alarm limit: 200 ppm)
O2: 0-30% (volume) (Low alarm limit: 19.5%; High alarm limit: 23.5%)

Notes: Real-time gas display or time remaining; adjustable alarm set points and bump check reminder

Gas Clip SGC-P-H Specifications

Weight   2.7 oz. (76 g)
Temperature  -40 to 50°C (-40 to 122°F)
Humidity  5% to 95% non-condensing relative humidity
Alarms  Visual, Vibrating and Audible (minimum 95 db)
Tests Full function self-test on activation and every 20 hours
Continuous automatic battery and sensor tests
Ratings IP 67/ Complies with EMC directives 89/336/EEC
Certifications  UL 913 and CSA-22.2 No 157 Class 1 Division 1 & 2 Groups A, B, C and D
ATEX: II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4
IECEX: Ex ia IIC T4
Measuring Range  0 to 100 ppm
Low Alarm Limit  10 ppm
High Alarm Limit  15 ppm
Click here for complete specifications on the Gas Clip SGC-P-H

Gas Detectors. Small Device, Indispensable Advantage.

Gas detection has come a long way over the past few years. Now you can find detectors that continuously run, require little to no calibration and offer very little maintenance. This life saving tool can notify first responders and firefighters of a danger as soon as they walk through a door. Since exposure to gas can affect firefighters rapidly, this is a must have tool to accompany on any emergency call.

Portable gas detectors are used to monitor the atmosphere around an emergency professional and can be worn on clothing, attached to a belt or a backpack. These units are battery operated and transmit warnings via audible and visible signals when gases reach dangerous levels. Gas detectors can be used to identify combustible, flammable and toxic gases, and oxygen depletion depending on the need.

There are essentially two types of gas detectors: a single gas detector that is equipped to detect any single-gas hazard, or a multi-gas detector that is usually equipped with LEL (lower explosive limit), O2 (oxygen), CO (carbon monoxide) and H2S (hydrogen sulfide) sensors. This will simultaneously monitor several gases and combustibles.

Some common applications used in emergency situations are:

  • Residential and Commercial Fires
  • Odors or Leaks in Buildings
  • Damaged Gas Lines
  • Explosions
  • Carbon Monoxide Leaks or Threats

Gas detectors that can read LEL should be used to determine where the hot zone is. Any LEL reading on a detector indicates the presence of gas and a potential hazard. Using these meters in emergency situations can be the difference between life and death.

Personal gas detectors have gotten a lot smaller over the years but the need is greater than ever. Advancements in technology have made these tools economical for all first responders, emergency personnel and fire fighters to have on every emergency call.

What's included with the Gas Clip SGC-P-H

  • Single Gas Detector
  • Activation Guide
  • Certificate of Calibration
  • Calibration Cap

Click on a category to view a selection of compatible accessories with the Gas Clip SGC-P-H Single Gas Detector with Hibernate Mode for Hydrogen Sulfide.

Gas Clip Air Stone Particulate Filter, Pack of 10 SGC-FILTER-10
For use with SGC or SGC Plus.




Gas Clip Filters for the MGC or MGC-P, Pack of 50 SGC-FILTER-50
Pack of 50 (MGC or MGC-P).




Gas Clip Manual Regulator for Non-Dock Use SGC-REG
Manual Regulator (For Non-Dock Use).




Gas Clip GCT IR Link Spare USB Cable IR-C
For use with the Multi Gas Clip and MGC Dock.




Customer Reviews for the Gas Clip SGC-P-H

Ask a question about Gas Clip SGC-P-H Single Gas Detector with Hibernate Mode for Hydrogen Sulfide

Gas Clip SGC-P-H Offers

Gas Clip Technologies, Inc. Single Gas Clip Plus (SGC Plus) w/Hibernate mode-Orange Gas Clip Technologies SGC Plus is the only maintenance free single gas detector available with "Hibernate" mode. "Hibernate" mode allows users to place their units in a rested state when not in use. The SGC Plus is perfect for seasonal/turnaround contractors or rental fleets. When your job or turnaround is finished, simply synchronize the instrument with our IR Link or Clip Dock and put the detector in a rested state. When you are ready to use the detector again, simply press the power button to reactivate the detector. With the SGC Plus, you only pay for the time the detector is in use. Each SGC Plus will last for 24 months of use and comes with a warranty of 24 months of use or 3 years from activation (whichever comes first). However, this mode can only be enabled via IR communication with either the IR Link or Clip Dock accessories (not by a button push), so only authorized personnel can place the units in "hibernate" mode. The SGC Plus also provides the most advanced maintenance free disposable single gas detector on the market. Unlike other disposable single gas detectors, the SGC Plus combines a rugged design and reliability with advanced sensor resolution (0.1 ppm for H2S models). Advanced micro processing capabilities allow for quick unit configuration adjustments to comply with current and future industrial health and safety gas exposure regulations for workers in industrial environments. Additional Features:

Bump Check Reminder: All Single Gas Clip models come standard with the bump check reminder feature. When activated, if the detector has not been bump tested within the designated interval, the instrument will emit both a flash and show "buP" across the screen alerting the user, peer, or supervisor that the gas bump test is due. In addition to the flash, the TEST Icon will continually display in the upper left hand corner. This alert increases user accountability and allows for easier policy enforcement. Note the flash feature can be disabled within the IR Link software, if desired.

Programmable unique 6 digit ID: Considering the rugged environment these instruments are often exposed to and used in, identification via serial number, sticker, or marker can be unreliable. With the unique ID feature, units can be identified with a simple push of a button. Available using both limited alpha and full numeric characters, each unit can be assigned a unique ID utilizing, for example an employee ID number, last 4 digits of SSN, or a job code. Unique ID's will also appear on event log reports and bump test logs. ID's will be displayed on the detector screen in segments of 3 digits at a time (first 3 digits, then last 3 digits).

Adjustable alarm set points: To adapt with changing health and safety gas exposure regulations for workers in industrial environments , the Single Gas Clip alarm set points can be easily adjusted via the IR Link software or through the Clip Dock. Detectors can also be special ordered with custom alarm set points.

Key Features:

  • Only authorized personnel can place the detector in "hibernate" mode
  • Unmatched sensor reliability for H2S & CO
  • Adjustable alarm set points and real-time gas reading capability
  • 50% larger battery capacity
  • Two-way IR comms for event downloads, bump tests & updates
  • Programmable unit identification
  • "Bump check" confirmation/identification

Specifications
Size 3.2" H x 2.0" W x 1.1" D
(81 mm H x 50 mm W x 28 mm D)
Weight 2.7 oz. (76 g)
Temperature H2S: -40°C to +50°C/ -40°F to +122°F
CO: -40°C to +50°C/ -40°F to +122°F
O2: -50°C to +50°C/ -58°F to +122°F
Humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing relative humidity
Alarms Visual, Vibrating and Audible (minimum 95 db)
Tests Full function self-test on activation and every 20 hours; continuous automatic battery and sensor tests
Battery Life Two Years; 4 minutes of alarm per day
Ratings IP 67/ Complies with EMC directives 89/336/EEC
Certifications UL 913 and CSA-22.2 No 157 Class 1 Division 1&2 Groups A, B, C and D; ATEX: II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4; IECEX: Ex ia IIC T4
Warranty 3 years from activation; 24 months of operational life (whichever occurs first); 1 year shelf life
Measuring Range H2S: 0-100 (Low alarm limit: 10 ppm; High alarm limit: 15 ppm)
CO: 0-300 ppm (Low alarm limit: 35 ppm; High alarm limit: 200 ppm)
O2: 0-30% (volume) (Low alarm limit: 19.5%; High alarm limit: 23.5%)

Notes: Real-time gas display or time remaining; adjustable alarm set points and bump check reminder

Gas Clip SGC-P-H Specifications

Weight   2.7 oz. (76 g)
Temperature  -40 to 50°C (-40 to 122°F)
Humidity  5% to 95% non-condensing relative humidity
Alarms  Visual, Vibrating and Audible (minimum 95 db)
Tests Full function self-test on activation and every 20 hours
Continuous automatic battery and sensor tests
Ratings IP 67/ Complies with EMC directives 89/336/EEC
Certifications  UL 913 and CSA-22.2 No 157 Class 1 Division 1 & 2 Groups A, B, C and D
ATEX: II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4
IECEX: Ex ia IIC T4
Measuring Range  0 to 100 ppm
Low Alarm Limit  10 ppm
High Alarm Limit  15 ppm
Click here for complete specifications on the Gas Clip SGC-P-H

Gas Detectors. Small Device, Indispensable Advantage.

Gas detection has come a long way over the past few years. Now you can find detectors that continuously run, require little to no calibration and offer very little maintenance. This life saving tool can notify first responders and firefighters of a danger as soon as they walk through a door. Since exposure to gas can affect firefighters rapidly, this is a must have tool to accompany on any emergency call.

Portable gas detectors are used to monitor the atmosphere around an emergency professional and can be worn on clothing, attached to a belt or a backpack. These units are battery operated and transmit warnings via audible and visible signals when gases reach dangerous levels. Gas detectors can be used to identify combustible, flammable and toxic gases, and oxygen depletion depending on the need.

There are essentially two types of gas detectors: a single gas detector that is equipped to detect any single-gas hazard, or a multi-gas detector that is usually equipped with LEL (lower explosive limit), O2 (oxygen), CO (carbon monoxide) and H2S (hydrogen sulfide) sensors. This will simultaneously monitor several gases and combustibles.

Some common applications used in emergency situations are:

  • Residential and Commercial Fires
  • Odors or Leaks in Buildings
  • Damaged Gas Lines
  • Explosions
  • Carbon Monoxide Leaks or Threats

Gas detectors that can read LEL should be used to determine where the hot zone is. Any LEL reading on a detector indicates the presence of gas and a potential hazard. Using these meters in emergency situations can be the difference between life and death.

Personal gas detectors have gotten a lot smaller over the years but the need is greater than ever. Advancements in technology have made these tools economical for all first responders, emergency personnel and fire fighters to have on every emergency call.

What's included with the Gas Clip SGC-P-H

  • Single Gas Detector
  • Activation Guide
  • Certificate of Calibration
  • Calibration Cap

Click on a category to view a selection of compatible accessories with the Gas Clip SGC-P-H Single Gas Detector with Hibernate Mode for Hydrogen Sulfide.

Gas Clip Air Stone Particulate Filter, Pack of 10 SGC-FILTER-10
For use with SGC or SGC Plus.




Gas Clip Filters for the MGC or MGC-P, Pack of 50 SGC-FILTER-50
Pack of 50 (MGC or MGC-P).




Gas Clip Manual Regulator for Non-Dock Use SGC-REG
Manual Regulator (For Non-Dock Use).




Gas Clip GCT IR Link Spare USB Cable IR-C
For use with the Multi Gas Clip and MGC Dock.




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