H6000 ATEQ E-MOBILITY

H6000 – HYDROGEN PORTABLE LEAK TESTER FOR FINE LEAK DETECTION

The H6000, a new comer in the ATEQ range of leak detectors, is one of the finest gas tracer and hydrogen leak detectors on the market today. This gas is less expensive than Helium gas.

Furthermore, it’s a volatile, non-toxic and non-poisonous gas with any environmental impact. The H6000 is equipped with all features for easy integration in industrial process and laboratory one.

H6000 : APPLICATIONS

• Automotive: leak localization, cooling systems, alloy wheel, …
• HVAC, Refrigeration and Automotive Leak Detection

 

H6000 : FEATURES

• Generated Suction Flow control
• Internal memory: 2 Go
• Visual (red/green leds) and audible signal for results
• USB port
• Bag for H6000
• H6000 fixed
– Voltage 60 W – 50/60 Hz – 90/260 V AC
– Relay board 5 inputs/ 7 outputs
• H6000 portable (autonomy 8 hour) lithium battery
– 12 VDC – 4400 mA/h
– Easy removable battery pack
– Supplied with 2 batteries
• Detection of leaking gas traces
Range: 1.10-4 mbar l/s to 2.10-2 mbar l/s
• 128 programs
• IP 54 protection

MEASUREMENT PRINCIPLE :

The part is filled with hydrogen gas 5% in Nitrogen gas. For localization, the leaking gas is attracted in a suction probe to the sensor.

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H6000 : SPECIFICATIONS

  • PHYSICAL

    • Weight : Approximately 8 Kg
    • Dimensions : (in mm) – N 577 x H 157 x D 381
  • ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

    • 100 – 240 V AC / 50 W
  • TEMPERATURE

    • Operating : + 10°C at + 45°C
    • Storage : 0°C at + 60°C
  • INTERFACE

    • Naviguation Keys
    • 4 lines LCD 14 characters
  • ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS

    • 3 pin – plug (2P+T)
  • PNEUMATICAL CONNECTION

    • 2,7/4 and 4/6

H6000 : OPTIONS

The CDH6000 is a gas H2N2 (5% hydrogen) supply allowing the H6000 calibration checking. It must be used with one or several calibrated leaks.

H6000 : FACTSHEETS

Detailed information about the H6000 including features, specifications, etc.

H6000 : TECHNOLOGY

High precision method

With this test method a sniffer probe is used to monitor rising concentrations of the leaking tracer gas that is collected in a surrounding chamber.

External probe method

The operator can search for the leak location with the test probe. The device detect and every gas leak with the probe and displays the gas concentration.