This carbon monoxide transmitter is designed purely for the car park market, and as such is a highly reliable and very cost effective 4-20 mA transmitter for the detection of carbon monoxide gases. The large electrochemical cell are designed for long life and typically last 3 – 5 years.
Refrigerant gas transmitter with semi-conductor sensor for monitoring leakages of cooling agents like HFC (hydrofluorocarbon) or HCFC (hydrochlorofluorocarbon). The semi-conductor typical, non-linear signal is translated into a linear, temperature-compensated output signal. A comfortable calibration routine with selective access release is integrated in the transmitter. The ADT-43 possesses a standard analogue output (0) 4- 20 mA or (0) 2– 10 V DC, and an RS-485 interface. 2 relays with adjustable switching thresholds are available as an option.
The heavy duty electrochemical sensor is a diffusion style head that is ideally suited to meet a wide variety of toxic gas detection needs. The C2300 can be wired into any controller as well as into any existing BMS or PLC system.
The KR61-0203-02RKTR Sensor configuration consist of a 3-wire sensor, amplifier and enclosure with terminal strips. The combustible gas sensor type KR61-0203-02RKTR, for diffusion sensing, is highly reliable and designed to give extended service.
The new model GD-70D smart gas detection transmitter series sets a new standard for performance, flexibility, and versatility. The long life high capacity pump and wide variety of sensing elements are replaceable in a few seconds, with no tools required. The smart sensors retain all calibration and sensor-specific data in non-volatile memory, so sensors can be hot-swapped in the field with no programming required.
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