5 Gas Analyzer
Hi I am looking to buy a 5 gas analyzer, I wanted to know if anyone has a recommendation or any input into what I should get. I do mobile diagnostics so looking for something portable. Thank you
theres a company called ansed diagnostics I just heard of that offers a nice looking 5 gas handheld unit. I’ve heard it’s good. anseddiagnostics.com/products/autop…
I really like my snap on, it will Bluetooth to my zues and graph. Southeast mobile has a you tube video on it. Its the newer updated version. Good tool. It looks like not many takers on the snap on…. ATS and Bernie just came out with a very cool new 5 gas, new design….. Check it out!!!
I have the Snap-on small mobile 5 gas, the red and grey one with the IR printer that is included in the case. It does the job but I am not happy with a few issues considering that it's not like I used it every day. It does have to be sent out for cell calibration every once in a while and takes a while to get back. The rechargable batteries didn't last long, the printer sucks and the sample…
My snap on handheld 5 gas is portable, not fast , and I sent it with my dealer for repairs about 3 weeks ago , will cost about $550. To fix , not real happy
Be advised that the OXY $en$or wears out about every SIX months …even if not USED… At least that's what I experiences with my Snappy unit … Dan H.
Hey Dan , have you had any experience replacing sensor yourself, if so any information would be appreciated
… IIRC it was easy to change … just expensive (IMHO)… The ROI was dismal in my small shop/town… Dan .
Gill-I scoured the world for an O2 sensor. i did not find it. The tool was made by a company in Brookfield WI, literally down the street from my childhood home. as long as we are talking about the same unit-the FGA (eeea300a) branded and sold by snap-on in the later 90’s. Even they said it would be next to impossible to find one and recommended I have one custom made by a company in China. Like…
There are many good ones but for affordability, Snap on hands down…it is thousands less than the bulk of the other companies, it is a well known company, portable, bluetooth and replacement parts are available….and not that I encourage bills but we all know Snappy can finance us if needed….to me, despite their ups and downs, this is why Snappy stays in our arsenal 👍
Thank you all for your replies I really appreciate it. I'm going to look into to the snap on and the Ansed. Thanks!
I just saw your in Lakewood, NJ, and Ansed is based in Philly. Might be worth making a call and seeing if you can get a demo. I talked to the owner of the company last week at an industry meeting and he was telling me they have some pretty impressive software for help in analyzing the exhaust and cat. im not a salesperson for the compan, I’m just hoping someone else gets one so they can tell…
I have a Coda with an Andros mini-bench as well as a rebuilt EMS 5001 from emsgas.com . I'm very happy with both. The response time with the EMS unit is about 4-5 seconds. You can use the display on the unit itself, or team it with EMS software or even Coda software. They are also out of IL, so that is nice as well. HTH. Later, Matt.