Klein Tools’ ET160 is an easy-to-use tester that provides audible and visual alarms in the presence of CFC’s, HFC’s, HCFC’s and blends.
Detect as low as 100 ppm of common refrigerant gases.
Audible Alert: 85 db ticking, modulation proportional to gas concentration
Visual Alert: 5× blue LED, illumination proportional to gas concentration
Range*: 100 to 3,000 ppm
LOW sensitivity* (white light): 200 to 3,000 ppmHIGH sensitivity* (yellow light): 100 to 1,000 ppm
Initial calibration: 50 seconds to zero calibration
Response time (after calibration): 3 seconds
Sensor: Heated diode
Sensor Life expectancy: 5 years
Probe: 18″ (457 mm) gooseneck
Batteries: 4× AAA alkaline
Operating Altitude: 6562 ft. (2000 m)
Relative Humidity: <80% non-condensing
Operating Temp: 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C)
Storage Temp: -4° to 122°F (-20° to 50°C)
Dimensions: 8.11″ × 2.72″ × 1.75″ (206 × 69 × 45 mm)
Weight: 15 oz. (425 g) including batteries
Tripod Mount: 1/4-20 UNC
Drop Protection: 6.6 ft. (2m) • Standards: EN14624:2020
*Based on R-134A. Other gases or mixtures will have different values.
Specifications subject to change.
To ensure safe operation and service of the tester, follow these instructions.
Failure to observe these warnings can result in severe injury or death. Know the characteristics of the gas you are working with and use proper precautions to avoid hazardous conditions.• Read, understand, and follow all instructions to ensure safe operation.
Always turn on the gas detector in an area known to be free of gases.
Initial calibration should be performed in an area known to be free of refrigerant gases.
Calibration in an area containing refrigerant gas will result in incorrect calibration and lower than actual readings.
This could result in refrigerant gases not being detected.
The refrigerant gas leak detector is NOT intended as a personal protection device (PPE).
The refrigerant gas leak detector is NOT insulated. Avoid contact with areas where energized conductive elements may be present.
Shut off power to the area before starting measurements.
Do NOT probe moving machinery that could catch any part of the meter and cause harm to the operator and the meter.
Always wear approved eye protection.