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You are offerding on MSA Altair 5X color screen multi-gas detector with incorporated Bluetooth technology. Retails for around $2000.
The unit has total FIVE sensors:O2, H2S, CO, Combustible and NH3 (Ammonia)
Very good condition, minimal wear, works like a charm. Default US alarm settings. Inspected by certified professional. Comes in pelican case with all accessories listed below.
NOTE: Ammonia sensor is disabled and you don't see it on a screen. If you are planning to use it you can enable it manually through "Instrument Options". Feel free to ask any questions.
Willcalibrate for 180 days prior to shipping and fill up calibration sticker.
BONUS: 25 feet of air sampling hose instead of standard 10 feet.
Everything you see on a picture is included:
· 25 feet of MSA airline with quick connect
· Pack of two hydrophobic sample probe filters
· Pelican case
Free USPS Priority Mail shipping within US. International buyers are welcome, will ship through E-Bay Global Shipping Program. AU and Canada buyers allow up to two weeks for delivery.
Feel free to ask any questions.
Bluetooth Wireless Technology:
By incorporating Bluetooth as a standard feature,MSA brings the benefits of wireless safety to everyone.By downloading the free MSA ALTAIR Connect Appfrom Google Play, any compatible Android devicebecomes an enhanced safety and productivity toolwhen paired with the ALTAIR 5X Detector.
Useful Info and Tips for Gas Detector buyers
1.When you buy used gas detectors, you are saving a lot of money. Gas detectors are expensive and prices keep going up. Besides that gas detectors require maintenance, calibration and sensors replacement.
2.Sensors degrade with age, regardless if the unit was in use or not. They cost $100-$500 each, depends on brand and model. Oxygen sensor degrades much faster than all others.
3.When some sellers state that unit “works fine”, they often mean that it powers up, has sound and pump draws an air. But it doesn’t mean that all sensors are working. That may double the price you pay for the unit.
4.Ask seller to disclose if all sensors work properly and when the unit was serviced last time. Ask seller to post a picture showing screen with actual readings. Be skeptical if sellers avoid answering these questions.
5.Be skeptical if seller posted stock photo from manufacturer website, not actual unit he is selling. Be skeptical if seller’s description of the unit is very vague and include words like “seems to work fine”, “the unit lights up or beeps…“
6. Gas detectors sold by sellers from other countries very often have different, non US default alarm setting.