UEi RLD10 HVAC Refrigerant Leak Detector

ModelRLD10 MFG PartRLD10
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UEi RLD10 HVAC Refrigerant Leak Detector

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UEi RLD10 Refrigerant Leak Detector makes pinpointing leaks as easy as one two! Detect leaking refrigerant using the high sensitivity mode then switch to the low sensitivity mode to pinpoint its source.
Characteristics
Sensitive to .5 oz per year R134A, R123, R410A
Automatically detects all existing halogenated refrigerants and blends
Two position sensitivity selector
Audible tick and visual indicators identify refrigerant leak rate
Auto zeros when turned on
18 1/2" long gooseneck probe
Description

UEi RLD10 HVAC Refrigerant Leak Detector detects a broad range of refrigerants with up to .5 oz per year sensitivity. The UEi RLD10 features automatic detection of all existing halogenated refrigerants and blends, two sensitivity range selectors, visual indications in addition to audible tick indication of refrigerant leak rate, and automatic zeroing upon power-on.

Specifications
Power SupplyOne 9 volt battery
SensorAdvanced ionization detection
Sensitivity.5 oz. per year R134A
IndicatorsAudible: Variable tick Visual: Scaled LED array
Warm-up<10 seconds
Response Time<1 second
Duty CycleContinuous
Battery LifeApproximately eight (8) hours
Probe Length18 - 1/2 inch
Ambient Operating32 to 102F (0 to 40C), 0 to 80% RH conditions (noncondensing)
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Customer Reviews

protective boot Review by Colin Carlson
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Love that Uei products come with protective boots as i am prone to drop things. Detector works as you would expect and the audible tick is plenty loud for most conditions.

(Posted on 5/16/2017)

Sensitivity Review by Phillip
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Simple design with two sensitivity levels for finding leaks. Sweep wide with the high mode and pinpoint with low. Piece of cake.

(Posted on 3/4/2014)