MGC Simple Clip Dock – Wall Mounted
Gas Clip Technologies offers a wall mount solution for our MGC Simple Clip Dock. Instead of being housed in a case, we provide a slim cabinet type case that can be easily mounted on a wall or set on a flat surface, a perfect fit for facilities or office environments.
- Test 4 detectors at one time
- Easy 1 button operation
- Robust rechargeable internal battery, up to 1500 tests before recharging
- Internal gas cylinder regulator and pressure gauge
- USB flash memory for bump test and event log storage
- Optional detector configuration and firmware updates via GCT Manager Software
- Rugged case or Wall Mount Dock case
- No computer required to operate
Detector Configuration/Firmware Updates: In order to keep your fleet of gas detectors compliant with specific settings, we allow for the MGC Simple Dock to program each detector during either bump testing or calibration. The programmable fields are as follows: User ID, Calibration Interval, Bump Interval, Self-Test Interval, Low Alarm, High Alarm, Show Sensor Readings, Hide Bump Due LED and Hide Clock. For example, if your company or facility requires each detector on site to have specific alarm set points and a bump test interval, instead of programming each detector individually, the instruments can be group programmed while simultaneously bump testing (4 detectors at a time per MGC Simple Dock) using our GCT Manager software. As firmware updates become available, we can program each MGC Simple Dock to update detectors during bump testing and calibration. Facility safety standard compliance for single gas detectors is now easily achievable.
Event Data and Record Storage: In addition to performing tests, detector configurations and firmware updates, the MGC Simple Dock also stores important information about both the docking station and detectors tested. All tests performed on the docking station can be accessed from either the USB directly or using the GCT Manager software. Each bump test and calibration event is recorded and logged by date, time and serial number. Along with the test records, the individual event logs from each detector are saved. At the time of the test, the detector transmits its’ event log to the memory. By default, the station will save the previous 10 event logs.