Wall-mounted gas detector

November 3, 2011
Wall-mounted gas detector
The new SB1000 and SB2000 from CEA Instruments are low cost, self-contained portable and wall mounted analyzers that utilize single beam infrared technology for a wide range of gases, ranges, and applications. Full-scale measurement ranges are typically available from 0-1 per cent up to 0-100 per cent volume. One optional internal electrochemical sensor for Oxygen, Hydrogen Sulfide, or another toxic gas in PPM levels can also be installed making any unit a dual gas analyzer. The resolution and accuracy is about 1 per cent resolution of full scale for any of the sensors. The single beam infrared technology gives high selectivity and excellent sensitivity and repeatability — versatility unmatched by other units, the company said. On-board electronics handle most of the work, leaving final calibration and display options open for ease of integration. The SB1000 and SB2000 each offers a built-in sample pump, digital display, outputs, and alarms. The portable SB1000 comes with a power cable, rechargeable batteries, and can remain AC-powered continuously. The wall mounted SB2000 units are available either as a panel-mounted version or in a splash proof box and require either AC or 24 VDC power.
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