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.
Main gas detected* : Acetylene (C2H2) - Hydrogen cyacnide (HCN) - Ammoniac (NH3) - Arsine (AsH3) - Bromine (Br2) - Hydrogen bromide (HBr) - Chlorine (Cl2) - Hydrogen chloride (HCl) - Diborane (B2H6) - Dimethylamine (DMA) - Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) - Carbon dioxide (CO2) - Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) - Sulfur dioxide (SO2) - Fluorine (F2) - Hydrogen fluoride (HF) - Formaldéhyde (CH2O) - Hydrogen (H2) - Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) – Methane (CH4) - Nitric oxide (NO) - Carbon monoxide (CO) - Ethylene oxide (ETO) - Oxygen (O2) - Ozone (O3) - Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) - Phosgene (COCl2) - Phosphine (PH3) - Silane (SiH4).
* see the list of the gas detected on the below specification sheet