Industrial Scientific 6-Unit VCal Calibration Station to be Discontinued
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Industrial Scientific’s 6-Unit V∙Cal™ Calibration Station for Ventis® Pro and MX4 to be Discontinued

Due to diminishing demand, Industrial Scientific has announced the discontinuation of the 6-Unit V∙Cal™ Calibration Station for Ventis® Pro and MX4, effective 1 August 2019.

For those seeking a suitable substitute, we recommend the DSX Docking Station, which can be used for the automatic bump testing, calibration and maintenance of gas detectors.

The DSX Docking station has a number of purchasing options.

 

The DSXi Cloud-Connected Docking Station is a complete system with automated maintenance, record storage and fleet management.

  • With free access to the iNet Control software, the DSXi can set automated bump test and calibration schedules to prepare instruments for use prior to the start of a shift.
  • All data files are automatically backed up on the cloud and can be easily restored.
  • Your fleet can be managed remotely and effortlessly from any network-connected device.
  • Automated email alerts provide information on worker exposure, instrument usage and service needs.
 
 
 The DSX Standalone is ready to use straight out of the box, with no need for PC or network configuration.
 

 

 

  • Instruments are easily bump tested and calibrated upon docking
  • Calibration gas type and expiration date are also automatically detected upon cylinder connection
  • Data is automatically backed up via USB connection
  • Automatic printing of bump and calibration certificates can be set up with a direct-connect printer
  • Automatic instrument wake-up and battery charging

To find out more about the DSX Docking Station or other maintenance options for your gas detectors, please contact us at 1800 000 744 to speak to one of our friendly representatives.

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Date and Time

Mon. 15 Apr 2019

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Australia

Industrial Scientific 6-Unit VCal Calibration Station to be Discontinued