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Tox-Box Portable Cl2 Chlorine Gas Monitor

Mil-Ram's Tox-Box Area Monitor provides fixed system features packed in a rugged, portable instrument designed for dependable service under demanding field conditions. Mil-Ram patented Cl2 Chlorine electrochemical sensor provides highly selective detection of chlorine gas with no zero drift and virtually no interferences. Battery or continuous AC adapter operation.

Features: Chlorine Gas Detector

no false alarms Mil-Ram patented sensor technology
Does not respond to CO, CO2, H2S or combustible gases or vapors
On-board pump continuously draws gas sample across sensor
Rechargeable 12VDC sealed lead-acid battery
Rugged, weather-proof instrument enclosure
Alarm Relays: fully programmable
Buzzer and LED indicators of alarm status
Regenerated 4-20mA output
Low battery indicator, Buzzer Silence mode, Alarm disable mode
Continuous advanced diagnostics

Specifications: Chlorine Gas Detector

Detection Range 0.0 - 5.0 PPM Cl2
Resolution 0.1 PPM Cl2
Response Time < 30 sec. to 90% of final reading
Zero Drift <0.1 PPM
Temperature Range -25 deg C to +50 deg C
Humidity Range 5-95% RH, non-condensing
Operator Interface Backlit LCD display and push button switches
Power Source Internal 12VDC lead-acid battery or AC adapter
Alarm Relays low, mid, high and fault - SPDT rated 10 Amps.
Output 4-20mA, linear
Enclosure Plastic high impact copolymer. Dust, water, chemical resistant
Enclosure Dimensions 10-5/8in. W x 9-3/4in. H x 6-7/8in.


Gas Detectors - Fixed

Model TA-2100
smarter Gas Detector
(3 or 4-wire)

Model TA-2100
smarter Gas Detector
(Graphic Display)

Model TA-2102
smarter Gas Detector
(Loop Powered)

Economical Gas Detector
(without Display)

Gas Alarm
(Integral Alarms)

Open Path Gas Detectors


Control Panels

Digital Network Panels
Wall Mounting: TA-2016MB
Rack Mounting; TA-2016MB

Analog Panels

TA-2000 Six Channel
TA-2002 Two Channel
TA-2001 One Channel

Hybrid Panel
(Analog/Digital)

Gas Alarm
(Integral Alarms)

Alarm Stations

Hazardous/Non-Hazardous Areas