UEi C50 Combustible Gas Analyzer for Residential and Light Commercial

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UEi C50 Combustible Gas Analyzer for Residential and Light Commercial

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UEi C50 Combustible Gas Analyzer helps technicians achieve combustion efficiency quickly, accurately, and easily. The UEi C50 combustible gas analyzer is a perfect meter for residential and light commercial efficiency testing and tuning of furnaces, and hot water heaters. Made in UK.
Characteristics
Characteristics: UEi C50 Combustible Gas Analyzer for Residential and Light Commercial
  Intuitive DMM Style Rotary Selector
  Heavy duty boot with integrated magnet
  Real-time clock display
  Illuminated dual line display
  IR Printing capabilities
  Measures: Flue temperature; Oxygen
  Calculates: Carbon dioxide; Gross/net efficiency, Excess air
  Three year limited warranty. Two year limited warranty on sensors.
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Description

UEi C50 Combustible Analyzer helps technicians achieve combustion efficiency quickly, accurately, and easily.  The UEi C50 combustible gas analyzer is a perfect meter for residential and light commercial efficiency testing and tuning of furnaces, and hot water heaters. The extra large backlit LCD displays two parameters at one time. Easily choose the desired combustion parameter with the rotary selector.  The optional printer allows you to print your readings to document your test results. Three year limited warranty. (Two year limited warranty on sensors). Made in UK.

Specifications
Specifications: UEi C50 Combustible Gas Analyzer
  Accuracy: +- 0.2%*1
  Range: 0-21%
  Resolution: 0.1%
GAS MEASUREMENT: Oxygen
  Range: 32-1112°F; (0-600°C)
TEMPERATURE: Flue Temperature
  Resolution: 1°F/°C
  Accuracy: 5°F (2°C); 0.3% reading
EFFICIENCY: Resolution: 0.1%
  Accuracy: +- 1.0% reading
  Resolution: 0.1%
  Accuracy: +- 0.3% reading
  Range: 0-30%
GAS MEASUREMENT: CO2
  Range: 0-99.9%
EXCESS AIR: Resolution: 0.1%
  Accuracy: +- 0.2%
  Range: 0-250%
  Pre-programmed Fuels Natural Gas, Light Oil, Propane, Butane, LPG
DIMENSIONS: Weight: 2.2lb (1kg)
  Handset: 8" (200mm) x 2" (45mm) x 3.5" (90mm)
  Probe: L 12" (300mm) x Dia 0.25" (6mm) with 8" (200mm) long stainless steel shaft, type K thermocouple and 9ft (3m) long neoprene hose
Ambient Operating: 32-104°F (0°C to 40°C); Range: 10% to 90% RH non-condensing
Battery Life: Standard AA (x4) >8 hours continuous use
AC adapter (optional): Input: 110V AC/220V AC nominal Output: 9V DC regulated 500mA minimum
Applications
Applications: UEi C50 Combustible Gas Analyzer
  The UEi C50 enables HVAC professionals to accurately test and service all residential combustion appliances.
  Perfect meter for residential and light commercial efficiency testing and tuning of furnaces, and hot water heaters.
Residential: Furnace; Hot water heater; Efficiency testing and tuning
Residential / Small Commercial: Furnace; Hot water heater; small boiler; Efficiency and safety testing; Ambient temperature testing
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Customer Reviews

great device Review by johns
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I recently decided i didnt want to pay someone to check my heater anymore and wanted to try doing it myself. Found this unit and i love it. I like the feeling of learning a new skill and saving myself money in the process.

(Posted on 10/6/2016)

works well Review by Alan Martinez
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Picked this unit up and have been pleasantly surprised. The price was great for starters but the unit is easy to operate. So far so good.

(Posted on 9/29/2016)

analyzes combustion Review by Victor Webb
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wasnt sure what to expect as ive never heard of uei before but i liked the price. Wish it came with a printer though, i had to buy it separate. Other than that its been a good unit.

(Posted on 9/27/2016)

simple and easy Review by Rex Wagner
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Great little meter that i use to keep an eye on my heater. Combustion Analysis is not rocket science and can easily be picked up by anyone who is interested.

(Posted on 9/4/2014)