ESI smart sensor can measure one of 15 different gases from single controller

The ESI Smart Sensor, available from Booyco Electronics, offers users the ability to measure one of 15 different gases from a single controller. This feature sets the instrument apart from other such units while its modular configuration makes the calibration of the gas sensing instrument simple and easy.

Gases that can be monitored using this locally manufactured gas sensing instrument include oxygen (02), carbon dioxide (CO2), flammable gases such as methane (CH4) and combustible gases such as carbon monoxide (CO).

The ESI Smart Sensor is certified as EXia T4 Intrinsically Safe, carries SANS IEC 60079 Part 0:2005, SANS IEC 60079 Part 11: 2007 and IEC 60529 (IP code) approvals and offers ingress protection to IP56. The sensor is compact weighing only 1.8 kg and its dimensions are 265 x 150 x 60 mm.

It has a localised information display making it simple to read, and it can also accommodate other sensors with analogue outputs, such as air velocity sensors or smoke detectors. In addition, the ESI Smart Sensor can easily be connected to a fire detection system with reporting and display on SCADA package.

The Booyco Electronics range of reliable accurate warning, locating and monitoring systems is engineered to operate in the harsh African conditions.

MEASURES ONE OF 15 GASES (ESI SMART SENSOR) PIC 02

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