Reed C-380 Refrigerant Leak Detector

Reed C-380

Price: $199.00

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Detect and pinpoint even small leaks of refrigerant gases using the Reed C-380 Refrigerant Leak Detector.

The C-380 is effective in detecting existing refrigerants including HFC, HCFC, CFC, SF6, R134a, and R123. An increasing tick rate sounds as a leak is pinpointed and the red indication light flashes more rapidly.

The flexible gooseneck probe is ideal for hard to reach areas. Use the C-380 in domestic and commercial refrigeration systems, automotive, air conditioning, and quality control testing environments.

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  • Microprocessor control with advanced digital signal processing
  • Detects all halogenated refrigerants
  • Quickly and accurately mark any leak spot
  • Instantaneous response time
  • Audible and visual leak indication
  • No user calibration required
  • All new ergonomic design
  • Semiconductor gas sensor
  • Includes: reference leak source and carrying case
Gases Sensed: CFCs: R11, R12, R13; HCFCs: R22, R502,
R500; HFCs: R134a, R123, R125, R23, R404A, R407C, R410A and other halogen based compounds

Sensitivity: R22, 134a: Hi 6g/year, L: 30g/year
R404A, 407C, 410A: Hi 8g/year, L: 40g/year

Alarm Settings: Buzzer, Tricolour LED bar indicator

Sensor: Advanced ionization detection

Response Time: Less than 1 second

Warm-up Time: 10 seconds

Probe: 390mm (15") flexible stainless probe

Ambient Conditions: 32 - 104F (0 - 40C), 0 - 80% RH

Power Supply: One 9V alkaline battery, Low battery indication

Auto Power Off: 10 minutes

Battery Life: Approx. 16 hours continuous use

Dimensions: 7.3" x 3.4" x 1.4" (18.5 x 8.5 x 3.4 cm)

Weight: 18 oz. (500 g)
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