testo 315-3 - instrument pentru măsurarea concentrației de CO/CO2

Cod produs  0632 3153

  • Măsoară în paralel concentrația de CO-/CO2

  • Afișarea directă a ambelor gaze

  • Indeplinește standardele europene EN 50543 și britanice BS 6173:2009

  • Senzori extrem de robuști

testo 315-3 instrument pentru măsurarea concentrației de CO/CO2 din aerul ambiental fără Blutooth, include alimentator și cablu USB

3.588,00 RON
4.269,72 RON incl. TVA

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testo 315-3. Măsurarea în paralel a concentrației de CO/CO2 în aerul ambiental în conformitate cu standardele EN 50543.
Transferarea rapidă și practică a valorilor măsurate la testo 330


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testo 315-3 - instrument pentru măsurarea concentrației de CO/CO2 din aerul ambiental fără Blutooth, include alimentator și cablu USB
Modul integrat de umiditate

Domeniu de măsură

+5 … +95 %rF


±2,5 %rF (5 … +95 %rF)


0,1 %rF

Măsurare CO₂

Domeniu de măsură

0 … 10000 ppm


±300 ppm (0 … 4000 ppm)

8 % din valoarea măsurată (4000 … 6000 ppm)

500 ppm (6000 … 10000 ppm)


10 ppm

Măsuratori CO

Domeniu de măsură

0 … 100 ppm


±3 ppm (0 … 20 ppm)

±5 ppm (>20 ppm)


0,5 ppm


Domeniu de măsură

-10 … +60 °C


±0,5 °C (±1 Digit)


0,1 °C

Date tehnice generale

Condiții ambientale de utilizare

0 … 95 %rF


190 x 65 x 40 mm

Temperatura de operare

0 … +40 °C

Clasă de protecție

IP40 conform EN 60529


EN 50543

Directive EU / EG



IRDA/ Opțional: Bluetooth

Tip acumulator

Lithium polymer rechargeable battery

Opțiuni de încărcare

In instrument via mains unit

Încărcare acumulator

In instrument via charger

Durata de viață a acumulatorului

10 h measurement time (at +20 °C/+68 °F) / Mains operation possible

Temperatura de depozitare

-20 … +60 °C


200 g

CO / CO2 measurement in the heated environment

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colourless, odourless and taste-free gas, but also poisonous. It is produced during the incomplete combustion of substances containing carbon (oil, gas, and solid fuels, etc.). If CO manages to get into the bloodstream through the lungs, it combines with haemoglobin thus preventing oxygen from being transported in the blood; this in turn will result in death through suffocation. This is why it is necessary to regularly check CO emissions at the combustion points of heating systems and in the surrounding areas.

Measuring humidity

Humidity is an important parameter for health and comfort. Above all, relative humidity is the significant factor - it indicates the extent to which air is saturated with water vapour.

With relative humidity of 50%, the air contains just half the maximum amount of water vapour that it could at the right temperature. At 100% relative humidity, the air is completely saturated with water vapour. If 100% saturation is exceeded, the excess moisture condenses into condensate.

Therefore, relative humidity can indicate how fast evaporation will take place or the likelihood of condensation forming. As the evaporation of moisture through skin is determined by the relative humidity of the ambient air, the latter is an important parameter for the feeling of comfort.

Therefore, health authorities recommend relative humidity of around 50% for living spaces and offices. However, in closed, well ventilated and well heated rooms this value is often not attained, which may have an adverse effect on breathing, skin and mucous membranes. This is particularly the case in winter, as the cold outside air only has a low absolute humidity; when this is warmed up to room temperature, the relative humidity drops dramatically. On the other hand, excessive humidity prevents proper regulation of the body temperature through sweating, and is therefore quickly experienced as being humid.