MultiRAE Pro PGM-6248 Gas detector, multi-gas measurement

MultiRAE Pro PGM-6248
MultiRAE Pro PGM-6248

The MultiRAE Pro PGM-6248 Gas detector is a leading Gas detector in the field of measuring gases, it tracks chemical threats and also hazards from gama radiation, with just one screen but it can track many hazards with accuracy up to the billionth.

With the ability to transmit information wirelessly, it instantly detects and transmits hazard warnings to a central control station, the MultiRAE Pro PGM-6248 Gas Detector helps you to be most aware of hazards.

The machine is versatile with the ability to replace up to 25 different types of sensors to monitor a wide range of hazards, including volatile organic compounds VOCs, toxic gases, flammable gases, O2 gas concentrations, as well as gama radiation detection.

It has a large screen and the ability to replace sensors, pen pumps, simple batteries, making it easy to use and adjust, with 5 different types of alerts including low-level alerts, providing you with the flexibility necessary for detecting and responding quickly to problems.

MultiRAE Pro PGM-6248 Gas detector Features:

  • Measure organic compounds with accuracy up to the billionth
  • Leading wireless equipment in the field of gas measurement to detect hazards
  • Simultaneous monitoring of chemical hazards and gama radiation
  • Real-time data access
  • Over 25 different types of sensors
  • Provides the ability to replace all kinds of sensors
  • Low alerts
  • Replace sensors, suction pumps, batteries easily
  • Auto auto-correct and full bump test with AutoRAE 2
  • Alerts in 5 on-premises and remote ways
  • Mil-STD-810G Certification

MultiRAE Pro PGM-6248 Gas detector Application:

  • Handling of toxic substances
  • Monitor air quality indoors
  • Search and rescue
  • Protection by regions

MultiRAE Pro Configuration PGM-6248:

  • The product set includes MultiRAE Pro Gas detector with sensor, battery, wireless choice as standard, protective rubber case, filter, strap
  • Data logs
  • Charging dock with computer connection
  • Computer connection cable
  • AC Adapter
  • Calibration Accessories
  • Alkaline Battery
  • Hexagon
  • Sensor Replacement Tool
  • Filter to Zero
  • IP-67 Lamp Cleaning Accessories
  • 3 backup filters
  • 15m wire pump
  • Quick Instructions for Use
  • Manual CD
  • ProRAE Studio II software for configuring and managing device data
  • Calibration and testing certificates
  • Warranty card and registration
  • Sturdy carrying bags for transportation

Note when placing an order:

  • LEL sensors must be accompanied by catalysts
  • ClO2 and H2S sensors do not install together
  • NO and NH3 sensors don’t install together

MultiRAE Pro PGM-6248 Gas Measurement Options:

Radiation SensorRangeResolution
Gamma0 to 20,000 microREM/h
(dose rate)
1 microREM/h
PID SensorRangeResolution
VOC (HR) 10.6 eV0 to 5,000 ppm0.1 ppm
VOC ppb 10.6 eV10 to 2,000 ppb10 ppb
Combustible SensorsRangeResolution
Catalytic LEL0 to 100% LEL1% LEL
NDIR (0-100% LEL Methane)0 to 100% LEL1% LEL
NDIR (0-100% Vol. Methane)0 to 100% Vol.0.1% Vol.
Carbon Dioxide CO2 NDIR SensorRangeResolution
NDIR HR Carbon Dioxide
(CO2) NDIR Sensor
0 to 50,000
100 ppm
Electrochemical SensorsRangeResolution
Ammonia (NH3)0 to 100 ppm1 ppm
Carbon Monoxide (CO)0 to 500 ppm1 ppm
Carbon Monoxide (CO), Ext Range0 to 2,000 ppm10 ppm
Carbon Monoxide (CO), H2-comp.0 to 2,000 ppm10 ppm
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) – Combo
0 to 500 ppm
0 to 200 ppm
1 ppm
0.1 ppm
Chlorine (Cl2)0 to 50 ppm0.1 ppm
Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2)0 to 1 ppm0.03 ppm
Ethylene Oxide (EtO-A)0 to 100 ppm0.5 ppm
Ethylene Oxide (EtO-B)0 to 10 ppm0.1 ppm
Formaldehyde (HCHO)0 to 10 ppm0.01 ppm
Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN)0 to 50 ppm0.5 ppm
Hydrogen Flouride (HF)0 to 10 ppm0.1 ppm
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)0 to 100 ppm0.1 ppm
Methyl Mercaptan (CH3-SH)0 to 10 ppm0.1 ppm
Nitric Oxide (NO)0 to 250 ppm0.5 ppm
Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)0 to 20 ppm0.1 ppm
Oxygen (O2)0 to 30% Vol.0.1%Vol.
Phosphine (PH3)0 to 20 ppm0.1 ppm
Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)0 to 20 ppm0.1 ppm
MultiRAE by RAE systems User Guide

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