Fixed Gas & Flame Detection
The ULTIMA® X5000 Gas Monitor is the future of gas detection for oxygen, toxic and combustible gases. MSA XCell® gas sensors with TruCal® technology offer calibration cycles up to 18 months (local calibration respected). The gas transmitter's advanced, multi-lingual OLED display is easy to read and the unique touch-screen interface makes it simple to navigate.
The Chillgard 5000 Refrigerant Leak Monitor provides the earliest level of detection of costly refrigerant gas leaks in mechanical equipment rooms. Sampling system with patented photoacoustic infrared (PAIR) technology detects leaks as low as 1 part per million (ppm). Intuitive, touchscreen user interface makes it easy to operate. Predictive maintenance and diagnostics keep you operational.
The FL500 UV/IR Flame Detector monitors for radiation emitted by a flame in both the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) spectral ranges. This UV/IR combination provides a fast response time and increased false alarm immunity against sources of radiation for reliable protection.
The FL500-H2 is an Ultraviolet / Infrared flame detector designed specifically to detect hydrogen (H2) fires. The FL500-H2 optical flame detector monitors for radiation emitted by a hydrogen flame in both the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) spectral ranges. This UV/IR combination provides a fast response time and increased false alarm immunity against sources of radiation for reliable protection.
It operates over a wide temperature range using a variety of gas sensing technologies. Breakthrough XCell® gas sensors with TruCal® technology extends calibration cycles up to 18 months and actively monitors sensor integrity for ultimate peace of mind.
The Senscient ELDS laser-based open path gas detector is available for a wide range of toxic and flammable gases. The Senscient ELDS uses 'SimuGas' self-testing to eliminate employees entering hazardous areas for gas checks. Nuisance false alarms are virtually eliminated with its breakthrough Harmonic Fingerprint processing.
The SUPREMATouch features a large colour touchscreen display with a title-based menu structure to optimize intuitive operation. It can be used with a wide range of detectors for combustible gas, toxic gas and oxygen deficiency. Output options include relays and 4-20 mA outputs. Remote racks can be connected (satellite structure), which expands control systems and reduces cabling costs. Interfacing to external systems is provided by using Modbus or Profibus. The SUPREMATouch has been certified according to ATEX and is suitable for virtually any safety related application including redundant systems with up to a Safety Integrity Level (SIL) 3 rating (EN 61508). The intuitive SUPREMA Manager Software is intended for configuration, parameterization and calibration of the SUPREMATouch Fire and Gas Controller. It offers the option to create detailed and clearly laid out reports to support documentation and supports all the features of the SUPREMATouch. Note: This is a custom product. Please consult your local MSA distributor or contact MSA Customer Service for configuration details.
Simple, accurate calibration is easy with these economical, all-in-one kits. Choose from 14 different types for sensor and instrument calibration. Kits include zero and span cylinders, regulators, tubing, accessories and instructions. All kits housed in a lightweight carrying case, making it convenient to carry everything directly to the sensor location or job site.
Monitor up to eight remote gas sensors with the highly accurate wall-mounted GasGard XL Controller. The controller's large, multi-language LCD display provides real-time readings, offers full-system diagnosis and shows intuitive icons. Housed in durable, fire-retardant ABS plastic, the controller is suitable for a variety of chemical, industrial and waste water environments. The sensor also features a buzzer that sounds up to 85 dB.
The IR400 Infrared (IR) Point Detector is a hydrocarbon gas detector that continuously monitors combustible gases and vapors within the lower explosive limit (LEL) and provides alarm indication. It features an industry-leading response time of ≤ 3 seconds, even with a splash guard installed. All electronics are contained within an explosion-proof housing so that the IR400's detector information can be processed locally. Configurations with analog output, Modbus and HART are also available.
The Chillgard VRF Refrigerant Leak Detector is the first industry detector for Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems (VRF) with integrated BACnet capability. Therefore, it can be directly connected with any Building Management Systems (BMS). MSA applies its proven Photoacoustic infrared sensing technology that provides a stable zero baseline, minimizes cross-sensitivities and offers low cost of ownership through minimum maintenance required.
Engineered to quickly detect combustible atmosphere and a wide variety of gas leaks, this detector uses a "dual beam" concept to provide state-of-the-art protection. With its Xenon flash lamp source and triple optics, the unit has a gas detection range of up to 525 feet. Suitable for industrial use including offshore oil and gas exploration, pipelines and petrochemical storage areas, the stainless steel detector is immune to solar radiation and virtually impervious to weather shifts. The unit's industry-standard technology allows it to maintain operational integrity at up to 90% signal obscuration. To record the detector's data, the ModBus-compatible RS-485 input/output transmits information to a computer and also allows the networking of up to 256 detectors.
The Ultima Controller is purpose-designed and built to provide complete access to all advanced features of the Ultima and Ultima X Gas Monitors, as well as the Toxgard II Gas Monitor. Via its full-function and password-protected keypad, users can set the real time clock, set alarm levels, change span-gas values, display date of last calibration, display minimum, maximum and average gas values, change address and set future calibration time/date in addition to providing basic calibration functions.
Designed to provide thorough, continuous monitoring of many hazardous gases, the indoor/outdoor Ultima X Series Gas Monitors offer excellent performance and MSA quality craftsmanship. DuraSource™ Technology offers extended sensor life, while HART provides convenient setup, calibration and diagnostics. HART also allows for existing component install and wiring to be used. A single circuit board increases reliability, while our patented sensor disconnect-underpower feature allows all sensors to be replaced in hazardous areas without area declassification. The units are crafted from either stainless steel or polycarbonate, and the interchangeable smart sensors eliminate the need for reconfiguration. Our scrolling LCD screen display sensor reading and gas type, while the calibration process includes date stamping and the ability to calibrate locally or remotely.
MSA's FlameGard® 5 MSIR Detector is an advanced multi-spectrum flame detector designed to provide superior false alarm immunity with the widest field of view. The detector employs a state-of-the-art multi-spectrum infrared (MSIR) sensor array with a sophisticated Neural Network Technology (NNT) system.
The S4000CH Intelligent Sensor is a microprocessor-based transmitter designed for use with General Monitors industry-leading catalytic bead sensors. It monitors combustible gases and vapors within the lower explosive limit (LEL) and provides status indication and alarm outputs. Complies with ANSI/ISA 12.13.01-2000 performance requirements for combustible gas detectors.
The Ultima Calibrator offers the industry's simplest, quickest calibration. Simple, three-button device is purpose-built for calibrating and changing the address of Ultima and Ultima X Gas Monitors and the Toxgard II Gas Monitor.
Built for safety programs that demand gas concentration measurement before allowing entrance to an area, the SM5000 Sampling Module is exclusively designed to work with the Ultima X5000, Ultima XE and General Monitors S5000 gas monitors. The unit features an explosion-proof design and reliably extracts a sample from any confined or inaccessible area—or any area that is too hot, cold, or otherwise harsh—and delivers gas concentration reading directly to the installed gas monitor.
The microprocessor-based, infrared Ultima XIR gas detector is precisely engineered to continuously monitor for combustible gases and vapors. The unit features DuraSource Technology, which offers improved IR life, and a HART port for easy output access. The explosion-proof stainless steel monitor works indoors or outdoors and features infrared technology that eliminates the need for frequent calibrations. Its operations are based on dual-wavelength, heated-optics technology, which compensates for temperature, humidity and aging effects. The unit uses only one circuit board for increased reliability, and the sensor life isn't reduced by exposure to gas. The LCD screen provides scrolling information, while optional quick-check LEDs provide increased visibility.
Modular system offering the widest range of control cards for use in an integrated fire and/or gas detection system. The Zero Two Series system can monitor any combination of the following: combustible gas, H2S, toxic gas, ultrasonic, oxygen deficiency and flame detection. In addition, its open architecture allows the system to accommodate other sensing devices for tasks such as smoke detection, heat detection and manual call points.
The TA102A is a single-channel Combustible Gas Trip Amplifier Module designed for use with one General Monitors intelligent transmitter to monitor combustible gases and vapors within the lower explosive limit (LEL) and provide status indication and alarm outputs. Microprocessor-based electronics allow all options to be user selectable through a front panel interface (mode / select switch and digital display). A digital display indicates fault codes and set up options. Other features include: LED indications of status, as well as both open collector and relay outputs for fault, low alarm and high alarm.
The 4802A is a single channel Combustible Gas Control Module that has been designed for use with General Monitors catalytic bead sensors. It is designed to monitor combustible gases and vapors within the lower explosive limit (LEL) and provide status indication and alarm outputs. Microprocessor-based electronics allow all options to be user selectable through the front panel interface. A digital display indicates gas concentration, fault codes, calibration cues and setup options. Other features: LED indications of status, as well as open collector and relay outputs.
The 610A is a system for continuously monitoring combustible gas (hydrocarbon) concentrations in four locations. The system consists of four General Monitors remote catalytic bead sensing assemblies and a solid-state controller. The controller features four independent channels, each having its own circuitry. The 610A features a digital display of gas concentrations in % LEL (0-99% lower explosive limit) for each channel.
The General Monitors catalytic bead gas sensors are well known for their sensitivity, reliability and longevity and make them the first choice for most users of the catalytic oxidation gas detection principle. Every component is manufactured in-house to ensure optimum performance. Careful matching of the active and reference elements ("beads") result in a sensor that has negligible zero drift with respect to changes in humidity, pressure, and temperature.
The IR5500 is an open path infrared (IR) gas detector that continuously monitors for flammable gas leaks over large open areas. It monitors in both the LEL-m and ppm-m ranges to detect both small and large leaks. The IR5500 offers the benefits of early detection with its high sensitivity to gas concentrations at the ppm levels. This feature allows it to alarm faster than an LEL-only detector. Digital display and adjustable mounting arms ensure easy alignment. Factory calibrated for low-maintenance operation.
The 580A is a compact, highly-versatile system for continuously monitoring combustible gas (hydrocarbon) concentrations in two locations. The system consists of two remote catalytic sensing assemblies and a solid-state controller. The controller automatically displays the higher reading channel on a digital display, scaled from 0-100% LEL (lower explosive limit). Manual override switching permits readout of the low channel at any time.
The TA202A is a single-channel H2S Trip Amplifier Module for use with our H2S Intelligent Sensors. It is designed to monitor H2S in parts per million (ppm) levels and provide status indication and alarm outputs. Microprocessor-based electronics allow all options to be user selectable through front panel interface (mode / select switch and digital display).
Get continuous monitoring of methane, propane, and other combustible gases with this open path infrared detector. Provides 4-20 mA analog signals, as well as digital display and relay contacts. Digital display and adjustable mounting arms ensure easy alignment. Factory calibrated for low-maintenance operation.
The 2280A is a system for continuously monitoring H2S gas concentrations in four locations. The system consists of up to four remote mounted sensors and a solid state controller. The controller consists of four independent channels, each having its own circuitry. With a digital display, the 2280A shows hydrogen sulfide gas concentrations in ppm (parts per million) in the ranges of 0-20, 0-50, or 0-99 ppm for each channel.
The 2602A is a single-channel H2S Control Module that has been designed to monitor H2S in parts per million (ppm) levels and provide status indication and alarm outputs. Microprocessor-based electronics allow all options to be user selectable through front panel interface (mode / select switch and digital display). The digital display on the 2602A indicates hydrogen sulfide gas concentration, fault codes, calibration cues and setup options. Other features include LED indications of status, relay outputs for fault, low alarm and high alarm, and serial communications ports.
The S4000TH Intelligent Gas Sensor is a microprocessor-based transmitter designed for use with General Monitors' thin film metal oxide semiconductor (TFMOS) sensors to detect H2S gas. The unit features one person calibration and can virtually self-calibrate by simply activating a magnetic switch and applying gas. It detects hydrogen sulfide in 0-20 ppm, 0-50 ppm or 0-100 parts per million (ppm) levels over a wide temperature range.
General Monitorsʼ hydrogen sulfide (H2S) sensors are solid state devices, designed and manufactured for long life and fast response. They are selective to H2S and remain unaffected by high concentrations of other substances like hydrogen, sulfur dioxide, and gasoline vapors, which are often present in facilities that process sour gas and crude oil. A high tolerance to a broad range of temperatures and humidity enable these sensors to operate in rugged environments, as does their capacity to withstand exposure to high H2S concentrations over short periods.
The 9010/9020 SIL controller comes with advanced design and innovative features for monitoring up to 20 channels. The 9010 controller operates with one independent sensor, while the 9020 operates with two independent sensors per control module. Each module comes with an independent AC/DC power supply for increased system reliability. Both units feature full internal diagnostics, which minimize false alarms and unexpected down time. The controller powers up the remote gas detectors, while its large four-digit LCD and LED provide crucial information such as gas concentration, alarm status and more. The 9010/9020 LCD controller monitors up to 20 channels and comes with an independent power supply. The LCD version has approvals for FM (North America) and CCCF (China) whereas the 9010/9020 SIL controller is ATEX and SIL 2 certified.
The General Monitors electrochemical gas sensors are highly sensitive to toxic gases including carbon monoxide, H2S, hydrogen, hydrogen chloride, ammonia, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, SO2, and oxygen deficiency.
The Model FL802 is a compact, reliable and versatile multi-channel flame detection readout/relay display module designed to monitor up to eight remote FL4000H or FL3100 Series detectors.
Instantly detect pressurized gas leaks with this high-precision, omni-direction acoustic detector utilizing Gassonic ultrasonic technology. Works even when traditional methods of gas detection are unsuitable or dependent on ventilation. Features Artificial Neural Network (ANN) technology that distinguishes between real gas leaks and false alarm sources without requiring any in-field training. The Observer-i UGLD provides an industry-leading detection range (up to 28 m) reducing the number of detectors required. Ideal for use in complex, outdoor pipeline systems.
The DC110 is an eight-channel Readout / Relay Module designed to be used with up to eight of our remotely located Combustible Intelligent Sensors. The front panel contains a digital display that indicates 0-99% LEL (lower explosive limit) of the combustible gas being monitored by the Intelligent Sensors.
The TA502A is a single-channel generic trip amplifier designed for use in Zero Two Series Gas and Flame Detection Systems. It is used to process the 0-22 mA signal from any field mounted transmitter.
The CC02A Communications Card facilitates serial communications between each module in a Zero Two Series Flame and Gas Detection System and an external host computer, which allows fast access to operational and setup data registers. It supports a Burst Read feature that returns all registers of a module in a single transmission.
The DT210 is an eight-channel Readout / Relay Module designed for use with up to eight of our remotely located H2S Intelligent Sensors. The front panel contains a digital display that indicates 0-20 ppm (parts per million), 0-50 ppm, or 0-99 ppm of the hydrogen sulfide gas monitored by the Intelligent Sensors.
Designed to detect gases indoors or outdoors, our PrimaX P Gas Transmitter measures oxygen and toxic and combustible gases. The flameproof transmitter is housed in a powder-coated aluminum enclosure that will protect it in extremely dangerous conditions. The unit also features a large, easy-to-read LCD screen and three LED status indicators for up-to-the-second reporting. The transmitter attaches to an integral mounting plate for easy installation, and it can be easily calibrated using the built-in keypad. It uses a 4-20 mA output signal to transmit its data, and it can also be configured to use HART digital communication. With easily replaced plug-in sensors, the PrimaX P transmitter is suitable for laboratories, chemical plants, power plants and several other industry settings.
The Remote Gas Calibrator (RGC) allows calibration gas to be applied to a remotely located catalytic bead sensor from an easily accessible location. The RGC is used for blocking ambient air and redirecting methane to the catalytic sensor for calibration or testing sensor accuracy. The RGC tests or calibrates the General Monitors catalytic sensor with 50% LEL methane. The unit is capable of calibrating gas at wind velocities up to 50 mph. The RGC is used manually with a pressure regulator (P/N 80146-1) and is suitable for calibrating with any light hydrocarbon.
The TL105 is a battery operated test lamp designed specifically to test General Monitors Flame Detectors. The TL105 is an explosion-proof test lamp that can be used with the FL4000H MSIR flame detector as well as any of the FL3100 Series Flame Detectors. The TL105 operates up to 35 feet from the flame detector.
With its high-energy broadband radiation source, the battery-operated FlameGard® 5 Test Lamp is precision-designed to test MSA's FlameGard® 5 MSIR, UV/IR, and UV/IR-H2 Flame Detectors. The rechargeable test lamp provides a radiation source that emits sufficient energy in both the ultraviolet and infrared spectra to activate UV and/or IR flame detectors. A variety of flashing test patterns allow the test lamp to check the operation of MSA flame detectors.
The FM002A is a facilities module that provides a range of common facilities for all Zero Two control modules housed in the chassis. The FM002A is plugged into the last slot on the right-hand side of the Zero Two chassis. It may be daisy-chained allowing one FM002A to serve up to 100 Zero Two modules in any combination.
Every feature of the PrimaX IR Gas Transmitter is designed with reliability in mind to withstand the most challenging environmental conditions through out the product’s life. MSA’s PrimaX IR Gas Transmitter offers LEL (Lower Explosive Limit) combustible gas detection through a patented PrimaX Gas Transmitter IR dual source design. A redundant IR source provides reliability and uninterrupted monitoring should a source failure occur. Furthermore, the possibility of obscurations due to rain, fog, dirt, dust, and other environmental conditions is minimized due to dual source design.
The remote gas calibrator, RGC-IR, is designed to be permanently installed on a combustible IR gas detector. The RGC-IR provides protection from outside elements and allows the user to apply calibration gas (@ 50 psi) to the detector from a remote source.
The IN042 is a four zone input module designed for use with two-wire field devices such as smoke or heat detectors, pull switches and manual callpoints. It is designed to monitor these devices and provide both status indication and fault / alarm outputs for each zone.
To verify the proper operation of a catalytic combustible gas sensor, it is necessary to periodically apply a gas of known concentration to the sensor. This is usually done manually at the site with gas supplied from a small lecture bottle. As the sensor reacts to the calibration gas, adjustments are made to the monitoring system to bring its calibration into agreement with the known concentration of the calibration gas. At times, sensors are mounted in inaccessible locations, requiring expensive catwalks or scaffolding to reach them. The High Temp Remote Gas Calibrator (RGC-HT) allows the calibration gas to be applied to the catalytic bead sensor from easily accessible locations. The RGC-HT is used for blocking ambient air and redirecting methane or other light hydrocarbon gases to the catalytic bead sensor for calibration or testing sensor accuracy in various environments. The RGC-HT tests or calibrates the General Monitors Catalytic Bead sensor with 50% LEL methane or other light hydrocarbon gas. The unit is capable of calibrating and detecting gases in various wind conditions (up to 45 mph) and temperatures (up to 200°C when used with high temperature sensor).
To verify the proper operation of a catalytic combustible gas sensor, it is necessary to periodically apply a gas of known concentration to the sensor. This is usually done manually at the site with gas supplied from a small lecture bottle. As the sensor reacts to the calibration gas, adjustments are made to the monitoring system to bring its calibration into agreement with the known concentration of gas. At times, sensors are mounted in inaccessible locations, requiring expensive catwalks or scaffolding to reach them. The Automatic Remote Gas Calibrator (ARGC) allows the calibration gas to be applied to the catalytic bead sensor from easily accessible locations. The ARGC is used for blocking ambient air and redirecting methane to the catalytic sensor for calibration or testing sensor accuracy. The ARGC tests or calibrates the General Monitors catalytic sensor with 50% LEL methane. The unit is capable of calibrating gas at wind velocities up to 50 mph. Note: the RGC (P/N 80153-1), used manually with a pressure regulator (P/N 80147-1), is suitable for calibrating with any light hydrocarbon.
The MD002 is a monitored driver output module designed for four independent outputs requiring monitoring in their non-active state, such as extinguishing solenoids, beacons, horns, etc. Each driver is independent and has circuitry to monitor short and open circuits in field wiring.
Indoors or outdoors, our PrimaX I Gas Transmitter provides dependable, accurate gas detection. The transmitter detects toxic gases and oxygen and is housed in an antistatic, reinforced nylon enclosure. It also has a large, easy-to-read LCD screen and attaches to an integral mounting plate for easy installation, while the built-in keypad makes for quick, simple calibration. To transmit data, the unit uses a 4-20 mA output signal and can also be configured to use HART digital communication. With easily replaced plug-in sensors, the PrimaX I transmitter is suitable for laboratories, chemical plants, power plants and several other industry settings.
The 1701 is a portable test and calibration unit used to verify the operation and calibrate certain ultrasonic gas leak detectors. Although the detectors do not require regular maintenance, the 1701 can be used to satisfy the requirements for regular plant maintenance. Further, the 1701 requires no electrical connection to the gas leak detector but is simply placed over the sensor head of the gas leak detector.
The ZN002A is a Zone Control Module for the Zero Two Series Fire and Gas Detection System. The ZN002A provides zoning and voting functions for three separate and independent zones of gas and / or flame detection.
The IR4000S Single-Point Monitor is a display and user interface for the IR400 point IR gas detector. The monitor allows local calibration and displays gas concentration. Relays are optional. The relays provide output for Alarm, Warn, and Fault conditions.
The IR4000M Multi-Point Gas Monitor can be used as an integrated combustible gas detection system, with capacity to connect eight point IR or open path gas detectors and read their status with one command. The highest current % LEL among all connected detectors is shown continuously during normal operation. An extensive set of menus are easily navigated using a magnetic switch to request the status and configuration data stored by the IR4000M.
Simply connect the convenient ToxGard II Gas Monitor to a power source and a remote sensor, and it's ready to detect toxic gases, combustible gases and oxygen deficiency. The indoor/outdoor unit is housed in a rugged NEMA 4X enclosure and features a large LED screen, three levels of alarm and a failsafe fault relay output.
The stable, durable Chemgard Photoacoustic Infrared Gas Monitor is purpose-built and detects minute amounts of a wide variety of gases. Three different enclosure styles ensure there is a configuration for wildly different situations. The instrument typically draws the gas sample via an internal pump, which allows the unit to be mounted in a convenient location if the area to be monitored is inaccessible. The unit can be expanded to monitor up to 8 locations, while an easy-to-read display shows gas concentrations and 3 levels of alarms.
The economical, efficient MultiGard 5000 Gas Sampling System uses auto-standardization and flexible sample point order to analyze gas from up to 32 locations. Maintenance and calibration are made easy because all the work is performed at a single location, while also ensuring personnel don't have to enter the monitored area. The unit directly connects to Modbus TCP/BACnet IP networks, which allows communication to other equipment or controllers. The system allows secure viewing at one's personal computer. The screen provides easy access to scroll-down menus and visual indicators of sensor condition.
With its compact design and low-maintenance engineering, the Chillgard M-100 Refrigerant Sensor is easily mounted almost anywhere for trusted detection of halogenated refrigerant across a wide range of temperatures and humidity ranges—with a minimum detection level of 20ppm.
The Chillgard LE Photoacoustic Infrared Refrigerant Monitor is specifically designed for reliable detection of some of the most common refrigerants from up to four remote locations—with a minimum detection level of 20 ppm. Specifically designed to operate for months with virtually no zero drift.
Designed to meet a variety of demanding applications, from wastewater facilities, to light industry and commercial applications, the TRIGARD Gas Monitoring System features MSA's precision craftsmanship and detects chlorine, sulfur dioxide and other toxic and combustible gases. The adjustable-range unit also detects oxygen deficiency and enrichment. AC or DC powered, the system features a highly visible LCD screen and simple push-button calibration. Boasting sturdy NEMA 4X design and a single board, the unit offers multiple sensor mounting options. Our patented sensor disconnect-underpower feature allows all sensors to be replaced in hazardous areas without area declassification, while interchangeable smart sensors are pre-calibrated for installation right out of the box.
The SB100 is a hand-held battery-operated rechargeable ultrasonic tester designed to bump test General Monitors ultrasonic gas leak detectors. The SB100 is useful for quick tests where physical access to the ultrasonic gas detector can be difficult. The unit can be used to bump test up to 18 meters away from the detector in Class 1, Div 1&2 hazardous areas.
The precision-crafted FlameGard® 5 UV/IR Flame Detector monitors both ultraviolet and infrared (UV & IR) spectral ranges, which makes it highly immune to false alarms caused by lightning, arc welding, hot objects and other sources of radiation. The unit's Continuous Optical Path Monitoring (COPM) checks both the optical path integrity and the detector's electronic circuitry once a minute, while the wide field of view enables greater fire detection coverage.
The FL3100H is an Ultraviolet / Infrared flame detector designed to detect fires and provide alarm outputs directly from the detector while maintaining false alarm immunity. It monitors in both the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) spectral ranges, making it highly immune to false alarms. The FL500 UV/IR Flame Detector is the replacement for the FL3100H detector. Learn all about its advanced performance specifications here.
The FL3101H is an Ultraviolet-only flame detector designed to detect fires and provide alarm outputs directly from the detector while maintaining false alarm immunity. It detects in the ultraviolet (UV) spectral range for optimized speed of response. Configurations with dual Modbus and HART are available. Modbus and HART data can be used for predictive maintenance. The flame detector's electronics are integral within its explosion-proof housing, allowing detector information to be processed at the point of detection.
The TS4000H Intelligent Toxic Gas Detector continuously monitors a variety of toxic gases in the ppm range or oxygen deficiency, delivering highly accurate detection and protection. The unit features one person calibration and virtually self-calibrates by simply activating a magnetic switch and applying gas. It provides status indication and alarm outputs. Configurations with relays, Modbus, and HART are available to meet many needs.
Capable of detecting refrigerant gas down to 1ppm, the Chillgard RT Refrigerant Monitor is purpose-built to monitor up to eight remote areas — and is completely configurable to detect either a specific refrigerant or group of refrigerant gases. The Chillgard 5000 is the replacement for the Chillgard RT. See how easy it is to upgrade here.