Tool Experts Carbon Monoxide Detector
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Tool Experts Carbon Monoxide Detector

SKU# - TE510

The Tool Experts Carbon Monoxide Detector is our improved version of the basic carbon monoxide meter. The largest improvement we have added to this meter is the replaceable sensor. If your meter begins to go out of calibration and give inconsistent results the way all meters do, you can purchase a replacement sensor to get your meter back to functioning correctly. The audible alarm can be adjusted for sensitivity and also silenced in case you have a nosey realtor listening in.

  • $149.99
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Tool Experts Carbon Monoxide Detector  - TE510

CO Meter Features:

  • Large LCD dual display for CO and Temperature measurements 
  • Backlight for easy screen viewing in dim lighting conditions 
  • Adjustable alarm limits 
  • CO level beeper can be silenced if desired 
  • Automatic Zero Point adjustment 
  • MAX Hold function
  • Data Hold Function 
  • Auto Power Off
  • Easily replace batteries 
  • Replaceable CO sensor extends life of tool

CO Meter Specifications:

Measurement Range 0 to 1000 ppm 

Temperature Range: -20° to 70° C / -4° to 158° F

Resolution: 1pp, 

Accuracy: 5% or 5 ppm ±1.5° F

Sensor Type:  Stabilized electrochemical CO specific sensor; Thermistor temperature sensor. 

Alarm Limits: Adjustable 

Sensor Life: 3 years (typically)

Power Source: 4 AA batteries 

Battery Life: 200 hours(typically) 

Dimensions: 204 X 65 X 45 MM

Weight: 235 g 


  • Ambient air safety checks on residential appliances.
  • HVAC service on furnaces and hot water heaters
  • Industrial environments where the accumulation of CO is possible. 
  • Home Inspections
    • Weight
      1.5 lbs
    • SKU
  • Measurement Range
    0 to 1000 ppm
  • Temperature Range
    -4° to 158° F
  • Accuracy
    5% or 5 ppm ±1.5° F
  • Resolution
  • Manufacturer
    Tool Experts
  • Dimensions
    204 x 65 x 45 MM
  • Product Weight
    235 g
  • Power Source
    AA batteries

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