Gas detector GSP 300

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Gas type
ammonia, heptane, hydrogen, flammable gas, methane, propane, hexan, butane, acetone
outdoor, for indoor use, industrial, monitoring


Gas Detector pellistor 6as detector with pellistor sensor suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The GSP 500 is optimized for flammable gas concentrations. Low cross sensitivity with a high variety of gas types and measuring ranges. GSP 500 can be used in ail industrial sectors Features •Monitoring forflammable gas concentrations •Low cross-sensitivity to other gases •Can be used in dusty and dirty environnants •High accuracy •Available in EX version •IP54 (B) and IP65 (T) variants available Sensor Connection We recommend a stable 24 V DC power supply to operate the gas sensors GSP 300. The allowed voltage range is 18 to 36 V DC. The sensor may be connected using a shielded cable with two twisted pairs, i.e.JY(St)Y 2x2 x 0.8 mm, using the wires: Red:+24 VDC, Terminal 1 White: Sensor output 4 - 20 mA,Terminal 2 Black: 0 V, Terminal 3 Yellow: PE/Shield,Terminal 4 Adjustment Instructions Pellistor sensors require a 24 hour warm up period prior to adjustment Please refer to the Operating Instructions regarding this.The test gas must be at ambient température i.e. the same température as the sensor. The adjustment of the gas sensor may only be carried out by suitably qualified persons. In order to adjust and calibrate any SCENTY® Gas Warning System and Gas Sensors, the corresponding Software modules are required. Sensor Technology Gas Sensor GSP 300 is designed for monitoring the presence of flammable gases in 0-100% LEL range We hâve a sélection of our standard gas types listed below. Measuring ranges and design of the gas sensor should always be adapted to the application and ambient conditions.
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