Gas detection controller for car park or tunnel CPS

The CPS gas detection controller for car park (Car Park System) or tunnel is a digital unit that can manage up to 256 CPS10 type gas sensors. Flexible, scalable, and particularly easy to use, it can measure and control the concentration of harmful exhaust gases and control ventilation according to the different toxicity thresholds.

  • Gas detection controller for car park with up to 256 CPS10 type gas sensors (CO, NO, NO2, LPG, or H2)
  • Numerous control commands are possible
  • 6 alarms per sensor (Alarms 1 to 4, Out of range, Fault)
  • Available in wall-mounted or standard rack-mounted enclosure
  • Suitable for most car parks, from the 1500 m2 small one to larger car parks
Additional information

Regarding gas detection, professionals in the sector must follow the technical instruction of 3 March 1975 relating to the ventilation and monitoring of the atmosphere in car parks (car park regulations or enclosed spaces where vehicles are present). The latter recommends limit values for carbon monoxide and nitrogen monoxide concentrations.

To better prevent the risks linked to exhaust gases (CO, NO, NO2, LPG, or H2) presence, most car parks are provided with air extractors which are very expensive in terms of energy. The CPS gas detection controller for car park offers a safety aspect with a permanent analysis of the gas concentration and an economic characteristic with optimum control of the ventilation and smoke extraction systems. This monitoring reduces costs by improving ventilation efficiency.

In addition to the CPS10 gas sensors, many additional modules are available, such as 4 or 8 relay cards (for automatic controls), logic input cards (for firefighter commands) and analog output cards for measurement copying or dimmer controls.

The existing major harmful gases in car parks and tunnels are carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen oxides (nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide). Other gases are also found, in lower concentrations, such as LPG (butane, propane, CNG) and, more recently, hydrogen (H2) emitted during the charging of electric vehicles.

Manufacturer : Oldham