VOC

Volatile Organic Compound Gas Detectors

The 700 Series

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.

PS500 Seriesxxxx

PS500 Gas Detector

Designed by our customers, this robust and accurate gas detector provides unrivaled protection in confined space applications.

The PS500 can be tailored to detect up to five gases with its toxic and catalytic sensors, photo ionisation detectors, and
infrared capabilities. “Plug and Play” option allows the customer to “plug in” a new board with a different gas range.

OLCT 80

3M Gas & Flame Detection is pleased to introduce its wireless system with the OLCT 80 field detector/transmitter. This new model allows wireless connectivity in ATEX 1 zones.

Features and benefits of the OLCT 80 Wireless include:

OLCT 60

Introducing the OLCT 60, a new generation of high quality gas detectors which covers all industrial needs for a variety of applications.

The OLCT 60 Series is composed of several versions:

OLCT 20 - OLC 20

The OLC(T) 20 Series of gas detectors are designed for indoor or outdoor facility monitoring and other applications to accommodate your gas detection requirements at a reasonable price.

OLC(T) 20 Detector
The new generation of OLC 20 combustible sensors are unaffected by poisons. The units provide extremely quick response times and complete reliability. They can be fitted on a housing with a M25 or 3/4" NPT thread.

CTX 300

Satisfy your most demanding safety requirements. The CTX300 oxygen detector, available with optional CO2 sensors, also detects toxic and refrigerant gases in unclassified areas.