X-06 Sensor Flex - Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

X-06 Sensor Flex - Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
X-06 Sensor Flex - Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Code: 369

Brand: CrifferModel:X-06 Reference: X-06 Launch Date: 31/01/2020


Single-gas sensor for monitoring carbon dioxide concentrations. In conjunction with *Flex, it’s possible to storage CO2 concentrations assessments and also monitoring temperature and relative humidity. With instant readings for TWA and STEL, Flex displays the minimum, average and maximum concentrations. The instrument is compatible with the CrifferSuite software that allows you to generate reports with graphs. X-06 sensor meets ANVISA Resolution No. 9.

ANVISA RESOLUTION RE 9 - Technical standard 002 and 003.

*Flex is supplied separately.
OBS.: It’s necessary to purchase the Flex to use it in conjunction with the probe.

Technical Information


NDIR infrared sensor


Range: 0 to 40.000 ppm


Resolution: 1 ppm


Operation temperature: -40 to 70 ºC


Operation humidity: 0 to 95% RH


Automatically calculates TWA and STEL


Low power consumption


RJ 09 connector


Dimensions: 20 x 47 x 81 mm


Weight: 37 g


When purchasing the X-06 sensor, there are no items included.

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    We guarantee our customers, for the period of 3 (three) years after the issuance of the invoice, technical assistance services for any defects caused by manufacturing or component failure that makes them inappropriate for the use they are intended.


    To validate the guarantee, it is necessary to send the instrument properly packed, including a copy of the invoice to: Av. Theodomiro Porto da Fonseca, 3101 / Unit 6, São Leopoldo / RS CEP: 93022-715 OR TO AN AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR..


    The period for repairing of the product will not exceed 10 working days, counted from the date of receipt in our laboratory.


    Conditions not covered by the warranty:

    Exposure to excessive heat (above 65 °C)

    Damage caused by impact

    Damage caused by overexposure or exceeding the limits supported

    Opening the instrument without authorization (Breach of the seal)