UNI MONO DOCKING STATION

For Bumping And Calibration

The UNI Mono Dock is a docking and calibration station for the UNI Sustainable and UNI Disposable Single Gas Detectors. The UNI Mono Dock is a single docking station for one instrument. It provides the three functions of 1) semi-automated calibration or bump testing, 2) data downloading and 3) uploading instrument configuration. In addition, all calibrations and bump tests performed on the UNI Mono Dock are stored in onboard memory as a compliance record. 

The docking station is designed to handle the most commonly measured gases such as Oxygen (O2), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Ammonia (NH3), Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN), and Sulfur Dioxide (SO2). The UNI Mono Dock has rechargeable batteries and is portable for remote use.

Key Features

  • Bump testing, calibration, configuration, and data recording on a single platform;
  • Simple, single-button operation;
  • 1999 calibration or bump record storage;
  • Portable, using battery power for up to 1000 bump tests;
  • Robust – All-in-one hard case.

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For Absolute Convenience And Mobility

The WatchGas gas bottles offer absolute convenience and mobility. The calibration gases are perfect for providing limited volumes. The gas or gas mixture is the ideal solution for the calibration of your portable and/or fixed gas detector device. In our assortment, you can find various types and sizes, of which the 34Ltr, 58ltr, 116ltr (aluminum), and more like the more common 12ltr, 60ltr, and the 103ltr (steel).

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