Explosive gas detector MTG-3000H

Explosive gas detector MTG-3000H
Explosive gas detector MTG-3000H
Explosive gas detector MTG-3000H
Explosive gas detector MTG-3000H
Explosive gas detector MTG-3000H
Explosive gas detector MTG-3000H
Explosive gas detector MTG-3000H
Explosive gas detector MTG-3000H
Tags: gas detector
Explosive gas detector MTG-3000H
145.00 zł
Ex Tax: 117.89 zł
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: GAR-MTG-3000H
  • EAN: 5907437062845
  • Weight: 66g
  • Dimensions: 75mm x 75mm x 35mm

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Detector model MTG-3000H is designed to monitor rooms in terms of the presence of natural gas (LNG, methane), propane, butane (or their mixture).

As one of the few, it has a certificate confirming compliance with the requirements of the Polish standard PN-EN50194-1: 2009 and PN-EN50194-2: 2006, issued by the independent research unit TUV SUD Product Service GmbH, thanks to which it can be installed not only in home rooms, but also in cars and caravan trailers, on boats and yachts.

MTG-3000H continuously measures the gas concentration in the ambient air. If a gas leak is detected, it activates optical and acoustic alarm signaling. The alarm stops when the gas concentration drops below the threshold activating the sensor.

Device has a self-diagnostic system that monitors the sensor and internal circuits. In the event of a malfunction, the yellow LED lights to indicate that a fault has been detected.

Device is powered by a safe voltage of 12V DC via the included mains adapter. It can be installed in rooms where the temperature does not drop below -10°C and doesn't rise above 40°C (periodically -20 ~ 50°C) and the relative humidity does not exceed 95%.

It can be connected to the cigarette lighter socket via a special plug (available separately). The plug allows the use of the sensor, among others in cars, motor boats, yachts and wherever there is a suitable socket.

Recommended installation locations: kitchen rooms with a gas cooker, boiler rooms with natural gas or propane-butane stoves, rooms with gas devices such as cylinders, meters, gas pipes, school chemical and physical laboratories. After purchasing a special plug, it can be mounted e.g. in a car, motorhome, boat, etc.


  • High sensitivity catalytic sensor
  • Optical and acoustic signaling at a concentration of 12% LEL
  • Wide spectrum of detected gases: methane, propane, butane and their mixtures
  • Possibility to use in a car, motorhome, boat, caravan via special plug (available separately)
  • Reliability and high stability of the sensor
  • Device operation efficiency control system
  • Simple assembly and operation
  • 1.8 meter power cable
  • Power supply with safe voltage of 12V DC
  • Aesthetic workmanship, small dimensions and weight
  • Certificate of compliance with the Polish standards PN-EN50194-1: 2009 and PN-EN50194-2: 2006
  • 3-year warranty
Product information
Sensor High sensitivity, catalytic
Gases detected Natural gas (LNG methane)
Propane-butane mixtures (LPG)
Alarm threshold 12% LEL (Lower Explosive Limit of gas)
Propane: 0.20%
Butane: 0.17%
Methane: 0.53%
Alarm signaling Optical - red LED is flashing
Acoustic - siren with a sound intensity of approx. 85 dB
Signaling of incorrect operation Correct operation - green LED is on
Fault - yellow LED is on
Housing ABS, color white
Additionally included Power supply, mounting bracket, mounting pins, user manual
Power source AC adapter 100-240V ~ 50-60Hz 0.2A, +12V DC 0.3A
1.8 m power cable, terminated with a European type C plug
Cigarette lighter plug (available separately)
Working and storage conditions
Working conditions Temperature: -10 ~ 40°C
Humidity: up to 95% RH
Storage conditions Temperature: -20 ~ 60°C
Humidity: up to 95% RH
Quality and safety
Certificates and approvals PN-EN50194-1:2009, certification body TÜV SÜD
PN-EN50194-2:2006, certification body TÜV SÜD
CE mark
Warranty 3 years

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