PS200 LMP

PS200 LMP MultiGas Detector

MultiGas Detector

• Easy to use
• 3 modes of operation: Inspection (Leak survey)
• Personal Surveyor and Purge
• BIN number entering
• % Volume Gas and ppm Carbon Monoxide gas detection
• Audible and visual alarms
• Datalogging – (Inspection mode)
• Bluetooth communications enabling mobile app pairing
• Internal pump
• Rechargeable battery
• Easy maintenance
• Supplied with probe and filters
• Certified for use in hazardous environments
• Switches off if calibration is overdue

Product Information

Overview

PS200 MultiGas Detector LMP

TThe PS200-LMP has been developed collaboratively with Con-Edison,

National Grid and the New York City Licensed Master Plumbers (LMPs), to provide a fit-for-purpose gas detection and monitoring
instrument that meets the evolving needs of plumbing technicians. This multi-use detector is specifically designed to address the gas
monitoring practices of the plumbing and HVAC communities and will enhance gas safety.
 
With three modes of operation, this gas detector can be used by LMPs and their technicians to conduct regulatory compliant leak surveys
of gas piping inside buildings. Results from leak surveys can be transferred, via Bluetooth, to applications running on tablets allowing
the survey data to be visualized and then stored in the cloud for regulatory reporting purposes by a Utility.
 
The PS200-LMP also assists with daily duties including purging of interior piping and provides atmosphere monitoring for both flammable
gas and carbon monoxide (CO).

PS200 Auto Bump/Calibration Station

The multifunctional Auto Bump/Calibration station provides simple but intelligent testing and calibration of the PS200 portable gas detector. Easy to use, with a durable, user friendly design, this automated test station offers high performance from a PC or stand-alone unit.

The Auto Bump/Calibration station dramatically improves compliance record-keeping, efficiency, and accuracy. Once the PS200 is placed in the dock it can be tested, calibrated, and charged. Extremely cost effective, the station requires no testing and minimal effort by users.