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With increasing electricity bills we are all looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprint and ongoing costs. As per Australian Standards, if you have a gas detection system installed in your carpark it is not necessary to run the ventilation fans 24/7. By installing a gas monitoring system, not only will you save money on the running costs, but the maintenance costs associated with the ventilation system are also greatly reduced.

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Direction Model for Tunnels

AIRFLOW offers a rugged, non-contact solution for the universal requirement to monitor air velocity and direction in any tunnel application.  AIRFLOW is a low cost, low maintenance solution that is ideally suited to tunnel environments.  A modern design, using the latest technology and components, housed in a stainless-steel enclosure – this instrument is closest yet to a “fit and forget” airflow monitor.

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Two Channel Mount Gas Detection Controller

This low cost fixed system controller is designed to accept up to two points of gas detection. It is capable of connecting directly to a variety of gas sensors. The Beacon 200 can also accept any 4-20 mA transmitter (2 or 3 wire, 24 VDC).

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Four Channel Wall Mount Gas Detection Controller

The Beacon 410 is a highly configurable, microprocessor-based, flexible and easy to use 4 channel gas monitor. It simultaneously displays the gas type, readings, and status for 4 channels of gas detection.  A digital Modbus interface for remote logging of data via a Modbus network comes standard.

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Tunnel Illuminance Photometer

Designed specifically for the tunnel environment, the ILLIOS measures the level of illuminance within the tunnel bore to ensure interior illumination levels are being continuously maintained in order to ensure safe lighting conditions for drivers. Illuminance, or incident lighting, determines the amount of light that covers a specific surface or area within the tunnel.

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Visibility Gas Monitor for Tunnels

Built with a “stand alone” capability (i.e. it has no need for a control unit), the NOVICOM is a single sensor solution for measuring CO, NO and visibility in road tunnels.  Having been designed specifically for the requirements of tunnel operators, NOVICOM has a low cost of ownership and minimal maintenance requirements.

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Visibility Monitor for Tunnels

With low cost of ownership and minimal maintenance required the VCOM is a robust unit that satisfies the common requirement for a single sensor solution for monitoring both Carbon Monoxide and visibility in road tunnels.

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Visibility Monitor for Tunnels

VIPA MkII provides a dependable solution to the requirement for stand alone visibility monitoring in the tunnel environment.  The instrument consists of a transmitter head  and receiver head mounted 6m apart on the tunnel wall or ceiling.

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Carbon Monoxide Carpark Sensor

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.

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Economy Carbon Monoxide Sensor

Control Equipment now offers a very cost effective solution for Carbon Monoxide Exhaust Emission Monitoring and Exhaust Fan Control for enclosed carparks and similar applications.

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Economy Carbon Dioxide Sensor

Ventilation control by CO2 is a viable and energy efficient way of controlling ventilation to target cfm / person levels based on actual occupancy.  The measurable rather than traditional approach of providing fixed ventilation is based on maximum occupancy.

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Economy Carbon Dioxide Sensor Model

The T99-CO2D Carbon Dioxide sensor is designed to be installed in HVAC applications.  The CO2 sensing element uses Non-Dispersive Infrared technology (NDIR) with the patented self-calibration system to guarantee long-term stability and up to  15 years lifetime.

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Refrigerant Semi-Conductor Sensor

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.

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