When it comes to handheld gas detectors, we all know something. Handheld gas detectors play an important role in the operation and operation of the plant during daily use, but during use, the maintenance of the gas detector can support the long life of the detector. So how do you need to operate the daily maintenance of the handheld detector? Let's take a look:
Handheld Gas Detector Maintenance Notes:
1. Pay attention to the charging time of the gas detector:
For the handheld gas detector that needs to be charged and used, during the usual use, after the power is insufficient, the battery life needs to be charged by charging, and the one-time charge should not be too long when charging, and the long charging time will consume the service life of the detector battery. In addition, the gas detector should be turned off when charging, otherwise the detector's sensor may be affected by the charger, resulting in sudden alarms and gas detection errors in the future.
2. It is necessary to keep the gas detector dry:
Under normal circumstances, all products, including combustible gas detectors with high protection levels, should avoid contact with water sources, and keeping combustible gas detectors dry is a critical step in extending their service life. This requires the user to use a dry rag to ensure that moisture or water vapor will not enter the inside of the detector when maintaining the handheld gas detector, so as to effectively avoid damage to the circuit of the detector and affect the alarm accuracy.
3. Pay attention to impact or fall when using the detector:
During the use of the detector, it is necessary to pay attention to put it in a relatively safe position, and pay attention not to frequent drops or impacts, so as to ensure that the accuracy of the detector will not be caused by external impact or damage, resulting in inaccurate detector data.