Toxic Gas Detector from General Monitors

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General Monitors

The TS4000H toxic gas detector from General Monitors, Lake Forest, CA, is a that monitors ammonia in the 0–50 ppm or 0–100 ppm ranges. The electrochemical sensor has little to zero drift across its operational environmental conditions, a T50 response of <15 s and a T90 response of <1 min, and measures NH3 to ±5 ppm or ±10% of reading, whichever is greater. Features include HART, event logging, support for asset management software, fault codes for troubleshooting, ability to send status to the control room, and the ability to remote mount the sensor up to 2000 ft. from the transmitter. The detector complies with ATEX, CSA, CE, GOST and is certified for use in SIL 2 environments.

Contact Info

Company: General Monitors
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-330-9161
Fax: 949-581-1151

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