With more than 60 pre-calibrated "smart" sensors, the F12 is a toxic gas transmitter with interchangeable sensors for the detection of exotic gases (formaldehyde, nitric oxide, phosgene), oxidizing gases (bromine, fluorine, iodine, ozone, hydrogen peroxide), acidic gases (hydrogen bromide, hydrogen cyanide) or gaseous hydrides (diborane, germane, silane)
60 interchangeable pre-calibrated smart sensors for rare gas leak detection (38 different gases)
Auto Test function available for many gases: allows to perform a real gas response test
Large backlit LCD, 4-20mA output, and alarm relay for servo control
Measurement logging and calibration history stored in the sensor
F12iS (ATEX) variant available with optional Hart® output
The F12D toxic gas transmitter monitors the concentrations of a wide range of noble gases. Designed for maximum ease of use, it houses over 60 interchangeable and smart sensors pre-calibrated in factory. It has a large backlit LCD, a 4-20 mA linear output, and alarm relays for control functions (sound and light signals, gas solenoid valves, etc.).
This autonomous gas detector (display and control relay) may be set up alone as a measuring point, or connected to a gas detection controller or a PLC. Internal memory allows recording the measured values with an interval from 1 to 60 minutes. The "intelligent" sensors contain all the information and calibration parameters, allowing the sensor to be returned alone rather than the complete detector.
For many toxic gases, ATi offers a unique sensor response test system. ATi's Auto Test function automatically verifies that the sensor functions correctly, ensuring the integrity of the gas detection system. A live gas sample, or an interferant, allows checking the sensor response. This function can be planned, scheduled or performed on demand from the transmitter control panel.