Fixed Gas & Flame Detection

2280A Four Channel H2S Gas Monitor

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.
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2602A Zero Two Series Control Module for H2S Applications

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.
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H2S Gas Sensors and Accessories

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.
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S4100T H2S Gas Detector

The S4100T Intelligent Sensor is a highly reliable, self-contained, microprocessor-controlled hydrogen sulphide transmitter with integral 3 digit readout. It is designed to measure and display concentrations of H2S in the 0-20 ppm, 0-50 ppm or 0-100 ppm range, but will continue to display concentrations up to 120% FSD. The gas sensor may be incorporated in the transmitter housing or remotely mounted at distances of 600 meters. The sensor employs thin film metal oxide semiconductor (TFMOS) technology as the measuring principle.
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Observer-i Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detector

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.
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TS4000H - H2S Electrochemical Gas Detector

The TS4000H Intelligent Toxic Gas Detector continuously monitors hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in several ppm ranges, delivering highly accurate detection and protection. The unit features one person calibration and can virtually self-calibrate 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.
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Toxgard® II Gas Monitor

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.
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Surveyor Ultrasonic Gas Leak Detector

The Surveyor detects gas leaks by sensing the airborne ultrasound emitted from leaking gas at high pressure. Ultrasonic gas detection is based on robust and proven Gassonic technology and designed for long and failsafe operation in extreme environmental conditions. Because the Surveyor responds to the source of a gas release rather than the dispersed gas, it is unaffected by changing wind directions, gas dilution, and the direction of the gas leak.
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