Meet our iR-gas 3100 Refrigerant Gas Detector enabled with an Infrared Sensor
Our refrigerant gas detector with an infrared sensor, “iR-gas” functionality, is to detect the presence of the target refrigerant gas in the air surrounding it. This refrigerant gas detector with an enabled infrared sensor is designed to connect to a GDA gas detection controller or similar BMS system. This is to control alarm systems and/or ventilation to reduce gas loss and potentially harmful situations.
The refrigerant gas detector enabled with an Infrared Sensor, contains a Non-Dispersive Infra-Red (NDIR) gas sensor, operating via natural diffusion. This sensor is designed to give long service life under normal ambient operating conditions. Also, this sensor technology allows greater accuracy and lower cross-sensitivity to other gases, majorly reducing false readings when other gases are present.
Our iR-gas refrigerant gas detector has the following technical features: Range: 0-1000 ppm; NDIR Sensor, Output: 4-20 mA, 0-20 mA, 0-5 VDC or 0-10 VDC, Alarm Relay, Power: 24 VDC 3-wire powered, Factory set alarm: 250 ppm, Factory Calibrated Output set to 4-20 mA.
Range of Refrigerant gases: r134a, r410, r32, r123, r22, among others.