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AutoRAE Lite

Test and calibrate your QRAE II or ToxiRAE 3 monitor quickly and easily with this cost-effective station. Capable of performing a bump test in only 12 seconds, and a full calibration in 2 minutes, the AutoRAE Lite enables accurate, reliable monitor performance. A 'no gas flow' alarm alerts you to potential problems, while demand-flow system prevents gas leaks for maximum safety and convenience. 

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