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Air Quality Pollution Monitor, Formaldehyde Detector, Temperature & Humidity Meter, Sensor, Tester; Detect PM2.5/PM10/PM1.0 Micron Dust, Test Indoor TVOC Volatile Organic Compound Gas; eBook

Make sure this fits by entering your model number. MULTIFUNCTIONAL & SCIENTIFIC – As our newest model, this indoor air quality monitor accurately assesses temperature in Celsius, humidity level, and multiple measures of air quality including concentrations of formaldehyde, total natural & synthetic volatile organic compounds causing most odors (TVOC), and fine particulate dust matter (PM2.5/PM1.0/PM10) which travel deeply into the respiratory tract, reaching the lung alveoli. PORTABLE TESTING – Spot check indoor air quality anywhere or leave device on for continuous monitoring. This easy-to-carry air quality tester can help monitor air quality at home, in the car, and in hotel rooms. The lithium battery provides portable power when DC 5V micro USB charging is not available. Information is displayed on a clear 2.8” 320 x 240 pixel color LCD display.

Propane/Natural Gas Detector, Home Gas Leak Alarm, Tester, Sensor, Sniffer; Monitor Combustible Explosive Gas Level: Methane, Butane, LPG, LNG; Voice/Light Warning & LED Display; eBook

Make sure this fits by entering your model number. SAFETY - Help reduce your worries that the stove gas has been left on accidentally. This explosive gas leak alarm will sound an 80dB siren and speaking voice alarm with top flashing red light when it detects combustible gases including kitchen methane / natural gas or camping propane before it reaches an explosive level leading to fires. Feel more assured that your family is safe. Monitor is tested to meet UL 1484 specifications. SCIENTIFIC - This alarm precisely measures and displays concentration of combustible gas as an easy-to-read percentage from 0% to 20% of LEL. View the concentration of combustible gas on the LED screen before it reaches its explosive concentration level. Audible siren and speaking alarm sounds when gas level reaches 5% of Lower Explosive Limit (LEL).