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    Gas sensor

    July 1, 2011

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    The Ultima MOS-5 Intelligent Gas Sensor is designed to protect people, equipment and plants from the dangers of hydrogen sulfide. It detects ppm levels of hydrogen sulfide, providing status indication and alarm outputs. Features include one-person calibration, wireless capability and four operating modes. The MOS-5 is ideal for oil and gas applications, chemical plants, and a variety of other industrial applications.

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