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.
All component parts are rated for Class 1; Division 1, Group C, D hazardous areas.
The CXT SmartWireless gas detection sensors are designed for use in mobile applications in heavy industrial environments. These low power sensors utilize one of two technologies and cover a wide range of industrial applications—electrochemical for a long list of toxic gases, infrared for combustible hydrocarbons.
Model CX sensors are equipped with standard analog 4-20mA, and Modbus™ RTU RS-485 outputs and can be used with SmartWireless Site Sentinel CX/CXT controllers.
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.