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Draeger Pac 3500 Carbon Monoxide (CO) Single Gas Monitor 4543957

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Take continuous Carbon Monoxide (CO) readings with the Draeger Pac 3500 personal CO monitor. The Pac 3500 is a two-year disposable monitor that displays a constant readout of CO levels between 0-500 ppm using some of the most accurate sensors in the industry.

Compact and lightweight, the Pac 3500 still carries heavy-duty gas detection capabilities. Featuring an impact-resistant and chemical-resistant housing, this device is designed to withstand the rugged environments that create gas dangers in the first place. Highly durable and IP 65 rated for water resistance, the Pac 3500 personal monitor for Carbon Mononxide detection is made in the USA and prefered by customers who are serious about gas detection.

Key Features:
  • Two-year lifespan
  • Constant gas level readout
  • Two button user interface
  • Backlit display
  • Durable housing
  • Steel alligator clip
  • Outside filter for easy replacement
  • IP65 rated for water, chemical, and impact
Total Weight:
3.8 oz.

Product Number:
4543957
More Information
Price $212.92
SKU DRA01-4543957
Product Weight (lbs.) 0.2
Weight 0.5000
Brand Draeger
MPN 4543957
UPC N/A
Type Single-Gas
Gas Type Carbon Monoxide (CO)
5th Sensor N/A
Color N/A
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  1. Douglas P. Lavelle

    2014-03-18 23:06:23

    what PPM levels does this unit alarm at?
    does it have different alarm sounds and/or types for different CO levels?

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    1. Justin

      2014-03-18 23:06:23

      The Pac 3500 for CO goes into alarm at 35 ppm and 50 ppm as it is shipped standard from Draeger. This meets OSHA standards in all but one state - California.<br>
      <br>
      Cal-OSHA specifies the CO alarms must sound at 25 ppm and 50 ppm. <br>
      <br>
      Draeger can change these settings at the factory. Simply make a note during ordering, or contact PK Safety Customer Service at 1-800-829-9580. It may take an extra day at most for delivery if these changes are made at the factory.

  2. Stephen

    2014-04-01 19:08:12

    What type of battery is required, and how long does it last?

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    1. Justin

      2014-04-01 19:08:12

      The Pac 3500 uses a Lithium battery (part number 4543808). This battery is designed to last slightly longer than the entire two-year life of the monitor when used 8 hours per day, and going into alarm 1 minute per day. This rate was determined at an average external temperature of 77 degrees.

  3. Chris

    2014-04-16 14:56:42

    What happens at the end of two years? Is the unit trash, or can you replace batteries and filters and continue using?

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    1. Justin

      2014-04-16 14:56:42

      The Pac 3500 is a disposable 2-year monitor. This has become a popular option in the industry because companies like to have monitors that don’t need to be calibrated, and replacement costs are predictable because they know when the units expire.<br>
      <br>
      If you’re looking for a lifetime monitor – one with replaceable batteries and sensors - consider the <a href="{{store direct_url="draeger-pac-7000-co-monitor.html"}}">Draeger Pac 7000 Monitor for CO</a>.

  4. Nathan Craig

    2014-07-29 21:56:09

    Can the Draeger Pac 3500 Carbon Monoxide (CO) Single Gas Monitor 4543957 be left turned on all the time? If so will the battery last 2 years? We would like to clip them to our EMS bags so they are always with us on first aid calls, always on without someone having to remember to turn it on.

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    1. Justin

      2014-07-29 21:44:03

      The Pac 3500 monitors do not run continually for 2 years. If they run for 7 hours per day with one minute spent in alarm they will last for 2 years. That's how Draeger explains their battery life estimates. <br>
      <br>
      It sounds like what you're looking for is an alarm if CO levels reach dangerous levels. If you don't need the constant readout of the CO concentration levels, consider the <a href="https://www.pksafety.com/bw-honeywell-gas-alert-clip-extreme-co-portable-gas-monitor.html">BW Honeywell GasAlert Clip Extreme for CO</a> or their <a href="https://www.pksafety.com/bw-gasalert-extreme-co-monitor.html">GasAlert Extreme for CO</a> which has replaceable batteries and displays gas concentrations.

  5. Isr Gish

    2015-01-07 23:21:21

    If I use this for less than the 7 hr per day, will it last for more than 2 years?

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    1. Chris

      2015-01-07 23:21:21

      The Drager Pac 3500 is a 2 year ‘disposable’ monitor. Once the gas detector has been activated, a 2 year countdown begins. At the end of 2 years, the unit shuts off. We can’t do anything to change that.

  6. brent

    2015-02-23 20:09:18

    Once a high level of CO is detected, does it use the vibration, lights, and alarm all at the same time? Is there a way to turn each method of alert on/off individually?

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    1. Chris

      2015-02-23 20:09:18

      I checked with tech support at Draeger, and the Pac 3500 alarms (light, sound and vibration) cannot be turned off or manipulated. If you don’t want the alarms to sound, the alarm set point can be changed to higher values. The Draeger Communication Module allows you to communicate with the detector on your PC computer, and adjust at what point the alarms will sound. The software for this accessory is available for free download from the Drager web site.

  7. Fatul

    2015-07-27 15:45:12

    Can I use pac3500 for confined space? I do servicing for air receiver tank or pressure vessel or air tank and i have to enter to the tank.

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    1. Ben

      2015-07-27 15:45:12

      The Pac3500 monitor would not be suitable for confined space applications. Minimum requirements for a confined space gas detector would be an internal pump and sensors to monitor O2 / LEL / H2S / CO. Please use the search feature on our website and look for BW HONEYWELL GASALERT MAX XT II CONFINED SPACE MONITOR. That is one of the most popular confined space monitors on the market today.

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