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Scott Safety rolls out Protégé SG reusable single gas monitor

Scott Safety, a global leader in innovative personal protective equipment and safety devices, has introduced the Protégé SG, a versatile new reusable single gas monitor that is configurable to detect 13 different gases.

The Protégé SG is a truly universal portable gas detector with advanced features, such as smart plug-and-play sensors and a replaceable lithium battery that provides unlimited life. The swappable sensors are equipped with a smart sensor board that automatically recognizes sensor type and updates the gas label on the LCD display while automatically downloading the necessary calibration parameters.

With an IP66/67 rating, global regulatory approvals, multiple languages accessible on the LCD, and internal data logging for up to 5,000 events, the Protégé SG provides industrial workers and first responders maximum flexibility to focus on the task at hand and not on their equipment.

The Protégé SG is the first in a new line of cost-effective high performance portable gas monitors being introduced. All Protégé devices will have a similar look, feel and user interface as well as standard features, such as smart plug and play sensors and lithium/alkaline battery options that are interchangeable between monitors.

Completing the new range of monitors is the MasterDock II, an expandable docking station with up to 10 bays. The MasterDock II has Ethernet and USB connectivity and supports six gas bottles simultaneously with the ability to bump, calibrate, and charge each device. Advanced new software on the intuitive dashboard interface also allows users to print certificates, configure monitors and centralise data storage for improved fleet management capabilities.

For further information on the Protégé SG Reusable Single Gas Monitor, please visit www.scottsafety.com

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