The personal single gas detection device warns against hazardous concentrations of carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, sulfide dioxide or oxygen with precision and reliability.
Powerful sensors with a very low t-90 response time ensure quick reactions. The Pac 6000 is versatile thanks to its wide measurement range.
Easy handling thanks to clear user guidance
The D-Light indicates whether the functionality of the device has been tested and that it is ready to use. The housing is also designed with your safety in mind: each sensor variant of the Draeger Pac 6000 features a clearly visible color coding, thereby minimizing the chance of mistakes.
Robust design – even for the toughest conditions
The Pac 6000 can easily handle even extreme conditions: depending on the sensor, temperatures from -40 °C to 55 °C and air pressures between 700 and 1,300 mbar can be tolerated.
A membrane filter protects the sensor from foreign matter such as dust and liquids. The shock-proof, chemicalresistant housing meets the requirements specified in the IP68 standard rating.
User-friendly display with all important information
The large display clearly indicates the respective gas concentration. Other important information, such as remaining operating time and battery capacity, is also displayed. The bright backlighting ensures clear reading of all values in the dark.
360° alarm with various functions
If the Draeger Pac 6000 measures hazardous gas concentrations, it sets off an audible, visual, and noticeable vibrating alarm. Two bright, flashing LEDs on the top and bottom of the device ensure that the alarm is easily visible from all sides. The acoustic alarm reaches a volume of 90 dB. The display can show the peak concentration measured at any given moment. Earlier alarms registered can also be retrieved at a later time, even if acknowledged.
The Pac 6000 with oxygen sensor has two additional alarm thresholds in addition to the standard alarm threshold setting. This provides an additional level of safety as a pre-alarm, in addition to the main alarm, can be set for both oxygen enriched and oxygen deficient atmospheres.