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Monitoring gas sensor module

monitoring gas sensor module
monitoring gas sensor module
monitoring gas sensor module
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Gas type
CO, CO2, O2
for air quality monitoring, monitoring
Other characteristics


Atmospheric Sensor The Atmospheric Guard is the latest addition to the Oxysystems test instrument range. This configurable instrument is available for monitoring either atmospheric or compressed-air supplies (up to 10 barg). Up to 6 different sensors can be fitted to suit a client’s individual requirements. As standard the compressed-air version is fitted with a dewpoint meter rated down to -20°C PDP. Volt-Free Contact The unit has a volt-free contact to allow it to be used for a range of scenarios such as sounding an external alarm or shutting down equipment. Alarm settings and the datalog file can be configured by the user over a wireless interface. Designed for challenging ambient light conditions the large 3.5” LCD shows live sensor readings. If any of these exceed the configurable alarms levels they automatically change colour to indicate which of them are now in alarm. At the same time, a 360° edge light will show users who cannot directly see the screen that the unit is in alarm. Innovative and Compatible The instrument can be powered directly from a 110/230V mains supply via an adaptor (or 12/24V AC/DC) and also incorporates rechargeable batteries as a backup providing up to 8 hours of run time. Depending on the number of sensors fitted the user can display the sensor readings in a variety of formats. The Atmospheric guard can be configured using a local WiFi connection which is available from a smartphone/tablet device; this allows alarm readings and data logging intervals to be set.


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