Semrad

P Series Gas Detectors

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Product Description:

Prosense ATEX/IECEx certified P Series fixed gas detectors are designed and developed according to the demanding conditions found in industrial plants in order to carry out continuous measurement of toxic, explosive and oxygen gases in the air.
Pellistor, Electrochemical, and Infrared sensors employed P Series detectors show excellent outputs in LEL, ppm, VOL ranges

Features:

Connectivity
 Wide Range Sensors: Pellistor, Electrochemical, Infrared, Semiconductor employed P provides excellent output for the target gas.
 Modbus: P can be integrated to SCADA systems easily via open source Modbus RS485(RTU) codes
 Outputs: Different devices can be operated/controlled at the same time thanks to the 4-20mA analog, Modbus RS485 and Relay outputs
• Relay Contacts: P-3R+ relay module integrated P Series detectors can manage other equipments or link to firefighting panels.
Maintenance and Installation
• Sensor Replacement: Allows sensor replacement with pre-calibrated sensor head to provide easy maintenance.
• Installation: Designed for either wall or ceiling mounting applications
• Entry: 2 x 1/2″ NPT cable entries
• Remote Control: Detector status can be monitored Prosense Gas Monitoring software remotely.
Robust and Reliable
• Body: Aluminium die-cast body and SS316 stainless steel sensor head superb performance under harsh environmental conditions with IP65 protection class.
• Protection: Sunshield and waterproof caps are available for use in extreme conditions.
Semrad Pty Ltd is a leading Australian distributor of level switches and level transmitters, designed specifically for harsh industrial applications, including caustic and chemical solutions.

Semrad is dedicated to providing customers with the most cost effective and technically advanced solutions for the measurement and control of liquid and bulksolids level.
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