The Model S4000TH Intelligent Sensor is a microprocessor-based transmitter designed for use with General Monitors' thin film metal oxide semiconductor (TFMOS) sensors. This unit features one person calibration and can virtually self-calibrate by simply activating a magnetic switch and applying gas. It is designed to detect hydrogen sulfide in parts per million (ppm) levels and provide status indication and alarm outputs. CSA, FM, ATEX, CE Marking approved. SIL 2/3 suitable.
The Model TS4000H Intelligent Toxic Gas Detector continuously monitors toxic gases, including hydrogen sulfide (H2S), in the ppm range, 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. CSA, ATEX, CE Marking and GOST approved. SIL 2 suitable. FM certified to IEC 61508.
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 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.
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.