The FV-40 Series includes the latest technology for the best detection and resistance to false alarms, while keeping budgets in mind. All units feature heated sensor windows to eliminate condensation and icing, sensitivity selection, multiple regulatory approvals and flexible communication options, including 3-color LED, 0-20mA, HART® Protocols, RS-485 and MODBUS®. Robustly designed to handle tough work environments, FV-40 Flame Detectors showcase long-life and high-reliability features
The device offers a wide range of output options, as standard and is suitable for use in SIL 2 applications. The detector can be configured to communicate with a wide range of fire panels, controllers, and PLCs and offer HART 7 and Syntel (Lonworks) protocols for addressable event monitoring. The devices come standard with a configurable 4-20mA or 0-22mA (PLC) output, two configurable alarm relays, and two detector status LEDs.
The Spyglass system detects hydrocarbon gases by analyzing the absorption of radiation caused by gases in the atmosphere and comparing it to background atmospheric absorption.
The GD1 has been designed with features that provide an effective response to the detection of gas hazards in a wide range of industrial environments from offshore production facilities to wastewater treatment plants.
MicroSafe 500 and 600 Series gas detectors feature a non-intrusive operator interface. Calibration and programming instructions appear in simple intuitive and sequential script on a 16-character backlit display. The transmitter design incorporates extensive fault diagnostics with each condition conveniently identified on the transmitter display.
The 500 Series comes standard with a linear 4-20 mA output, one-man remote calibration, self-adjusting zero and span, and LED indicators for fault and calibration status.
The MultiTox DG7 Series is a group of intelligent gas detectors employs a wide choice of sensor types.
The DGI -TT7-E is used for Toxic gases or Oxygen monitoring.
The DG-TT7-S is a solid-state metal oxide semiconductor.
The DG-TX7 employs a pair of OXYCOL catalytic sensors
The GD10 Series has been designed with features that provide an effective response to the detection of gas hazards in a wide range of industrial environments from boiler plant rooms to offshore petrochemical installations.
These infrared gas detectors differ from all other models, because they utilize silicon based solid-state infrared sources. The complete optomechanical design and construction is so stable that an ultra fast speed of response can be achieved while providing unparalleled service life and detector stability, thus saving on maintenance and service costs.
The sensor electronics are completely protected and immune to water ingress and corrosion. The sensor elements are all plug-in components and can easily be replaced in the field. Operator interface is non-intrusive via a small handheld magnet. Configuration and routine calibration is intuitive and menu driven with fully scripted instructions. Sensor status is displayed on a built-in alphanumeric LED display. The 700 Series intelligent sensor modules feature dual redundant outputs, a linear 4-20 milliamp analog signal and a Modbus RS-485 serial output.