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SRL2K7 – Infrared Refrigerant Leak Detector

As sensitive as it is tough.

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  • State-of-the-art infrared sensor
  • Sensitivity better than 0.1 oz/year (3 grams/year)
  • Detects CFC, HFC, HCFC and blends
  • Auto recalibration
  • Senses change in refrigerant concentration
  • Works in contaminated areas

Super sensitive.

We build detectors that exceed detection standards so it’s easy to quickly pinpoint leaks and start repairs with confidence. SRL2K7 detects even the smallest leak rates, down to .1oz/yr (3g/a) and triggers on all CFCs, HFCs, HCFCs and blends. 

Goodbye false-positives.

Unlike other detectors you’ll find on the market, the SRL2K7 doesn’t trigger on oil or moisture. It also senses change in refrigerant levels and can work in contaminated environments. The sensors are fast-acting and lasts up to 10 years. 

Easy to use and charge.

The SRL2K7 is designed to easily fit in your hand and is rugged enough to handle the demands you face in the field every day. It also holds a charge for up to eight hours or be used while charging, so you’re able to use it all day long. 

SRL2K7 Features: 

  • Controlled sensitivity doesn’t trigger on nuisance leaks
  • Rugged and ergonomic
  • Infrared sensor lasts up to 10 years
  • Audible alarm that turns on or off
  • 8-hour battery charge lasts all day
  • Non-conductive, sturdy probe that stays where you want it
  • Peak / mute buttons allow you to find leaks in noisy and dark environments
  • Magnetic hanger
  • Weighs only 14 ounces

What’s Included:

  • (1) SRL2K7 Advanced Refrigerant Leak Detector 
  • (5) RFL2 O-rings and 10 Replacement Filters 
  • (1) RFE2 9-inch Flex-Probe Extension 
  • (1) RRE2 Rigid Extension Probe  
  • (1) ABMK3 Blow-Molded Case 

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Where To Buy

SRL2K7 – Infrared Refrigerant Leak Detector

As sensitive as it is tough.

  • State-of-the-art infrared sensor
  • Sensitivity better than 0.1 oz/year (3 grams/year)
  • Detects CFC, HFC, HCFC and blends
  • Auto recalibration
  • Senses change in refrigerant concentration
  • Works in contaminated areas

Super sensitive.

We build detectors that exceed detection standards so it’s easy to quickly pinpoint leaks and start repairs with confidence. SRL2K7 detects even the smallest leak rates, down to .1oz/yr (3g/a) and triggers on all CFCs, HFCs, HCFCs and blends. 

Goodbye false-positives.

Unlike other detectors you’ll find on the market, the SRL2K7 doesn’t trigger on oil or moisture. It also senses change in refrigerant levels and can work in contaminated environments. The sensors are fast-acting and lasts up to 10 years. 

Easy to use and charge.

The SRL2K7 is designed to easily fit in your hand and is rugged enough to handle the demands you face in the field every day. It also holds a charge for up to eight hours or be used while charging, so you’re able to use it all day long. 

SRL2K7 Features: 

  • Controlled sensitivity doesn’t trigger on nuisance leaks
  • Rugged and ergonomic
  • Infrared sensor lasts up to 10 years
  • Audible alarm that turns on or off
  • 8-hour battery charge lasts all day
  • Non-conductive, sturdy probe that stays where you want it
  • Peak / mute buttons allow you to find leaks in noisy and dark environments
  • Magnetic hanger
  • Weighs only 14 ounces

What’s Included:

  • (1) SRL2K7 Advanced Refrigerant Leak Detector 
  • (5) RFL2 O-rings and 10 Replacement Filters 
  • (1) RFE2 9-inch Flex-Probe Extension 
  • (1) RRE2 Rigid Extension Probe  
  • (1) ABMK3 Blow-Molded Case 

Specifications

  • Sensing element: Enhanced infrared photo optics
  • Sensor life: 10 years
  • Refrigerants: HFC, CFC, HCFC, and blends
  • Sensitivity: Min (Stationary): 0.1oz/yr (3g/yr)
  • Response time: 1 second
  • Recovery time: ~4 seconds
  • Auto off: 10 minutes after no activity
  • Battery: 3.7VDC(nominal), rechargeable lithium ion user-replaceable battery
  • Battery life: 8 hours continuous use prior to needing a charge. Degradation (30%) after 500 charge/discharge cycles or two years, whichever comes first
  • Low battery LED: Lights when approximately 1 hour of battery life remains
  • Charge time: Less than 4 hours (either charger)
  • Operating environment: 32ºF (0°C) to 104ºF (40°C) at <75%RH (non-condensing)
  • Storage environment: <80%RH meter and battery

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  • What is the difference between the SRL8 and SRL2?

      1. The SRL8 uses a heated diode sensor. The heated diode’s advantage is that it detects absolute concentration levels so it can be held on a leak and will continue to beep. It is also initially very sensitive. Its major disadvantages are that the sensor becomes less sensitive over life, eventually needing replacement and it is more sensitive to some refrigerants than others.
      2. The SRL2 uses an infrared (IR) sensor. It detects a CHANGE in concentration, so the wand must keep moving. The main advantages of the Fieldpiece IR sensor are that its sensitivity will remain the same over the life of the instrument, the sensor will last the lifetime of the instrument, it will not trigger on humidity or on oil, and it has nearly the same sensitivity to most refrigerants. The main disadvantage of infrared sensors is their sensitivity to mechanical disturbances.
  • Can it detect propane/A3 high flammable refrigerants?

    • NO, it is not UL certified for A3 refrigerants.

  • How do I use low/medium/high?

    • Set the sensitivity level by pressing the L/M/H button. Low (L), medium (M), or high (H) sensitivity will be indicated by the respective LEDs. The higher the concentration of refrigerant in the ambient air, the lower the sensitivity setting should be to minimize false trips.

  • How do I put it in turbo mode?

    • The TURBO function is an additional 4th sensitivity that pushes the SRL2 to it highest possible sensitivity. This feature is activated by pressing the PEAK button four times in succession, and can only be activated while on the high(H) sensitivity level

  • Is the sensor replaceable?

    • The SRL2K7 does not have a sensor that can be replaced.

  • How often should I replace the filter?

    • If it seems like your leak detector is no longer picking up leaks or is not as sensitive as it was when you first bought it, try replacing the filter. This should fix the issue.

 
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