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Product Code: MultiRae Pro - main

MultiRAE Pro - 6 gas, ppb PID and Gamma Radiation

This industry-leading wireless device monitors both chemical threats and gamma radiation and is the only multi-threat monitor with parts per billion precision. With the ability to wirelessly transmit threat and alarm data in real time to a central command station, the MultiRAE Pro offers improved visibility and awareness. 

It also gives you the flexibility to swap out 25 different sensors for a range of threats, including VOCs, toxic gases, combustibles, oxygen levels, as well as gamma radiation detection. 

The large display and replaceable sensors, pump, and battery make it easy to use and maintain, while five different alarms, including man down, provide the versatility you need to respond appropriately and quickly to incidents.


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