SensePoint XCD ATEX gas detector with display

The SensePoint XCD is an ATEX gas detector with a display and alarm relay for the detection of explosives (hydrocarbons, solvents, alcohols), toxic (CO, H2S, NO2), or asphyxiating (lack of oxygen or CO2) gases. A three-colour backlit LCD clearly and immediately indicates the status of the device (gas alarms, faults, etc.), even when it is far away.

  • ALL-IN-ONE fixed gas detector for monitoring explosive, toxic, or asphyxiating gases
  • LCD, alarm relay, fault relay, 4-20 mA, and RS485 Modbus outputs
  • 15.5 to 32 VDC power supply, 4-20 mA linear output, and relay output
  • Certifications ATEX Ex II 2 GD Ex d IIC T6 (gas and dust)
  • LM25 aluminium alloy or 316 stainless steel housing with epoxy paint
Additional information

It is a stand-alone gas detector (display and control relay) that can be used as a stand-alone measuring point or connected to a gas detection controller or PLC thanks to its linear analogue (4-20 mA) or digital (RS485 Modbus) outputs. A wide range of ATEX accessories and sound and light controls are available to complete the implementation of this gas detector.

All SensePoint XCD ATEX gas detectors are supplied pre-configured with two programmable alarm relays, one programmable error relay, a standard 4-20 mA output (sink or source), and Modbus communication. The outputs are automatically disabled during configuration operations, reducing the risk of false alarms on the control panel during maintenance.

The scale, range, relay operation, alarm threshold, and electronic identification number of the detector can be configured using the LCD and the transmitter's non-intrusive magnetic switches.

Finally, for better interpretation of the detector's status from a distance, the three-colour backlit LCD indicates the status of the unit with a clear set of colours:

  • Green screen: Everything is normal, the gas detector is operational
  • Yellow screen: Indicates a fault in the device (power supply, cell, etc.)
  • Red screen: Gas detection alarm

Explosive gases detected: Acetylene (C2H2) - Butane (C4H10) - Ethanol (C2H6O) - Ethylene (C2H4) - Hydrogen (H2) - Methane (CH4) - Pentane (C5H12) - Propane (C3H8)

Toxic gases detected: Carbon monoxide (CO) - Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) - Nitrogen dioxide (NO2)

Asphyxiating gases detected: Carbon dioxide (CO2) - Nitrogen (N2) - Lack of Oxygen (O2)