Ammonia Gas Detector - Dust Proof Enclosure Version S3230AMAmmonia Gas Detector - Dust Proof Enclosure Version S2166AM
Back to: SMART3G-D3 Dust-Proof Detectors with Display
SMART3G-D3 - Détecteur de Gaz avec Afficheur Zone 2 Cat 3 gas detector with displaySMART3G-D3 - Détecteur de Gaz avec Afficheur Zone 2 Cat 3 gas detector with display
Print

Ammonia Gas Detector - Dust Proof Enclosure Version S3226AM

(NH3) Ammonia Gas Detector, Azane Gas Detector, Hydrogen nitride Gas Detector 0-100 ppm 4-20mA - Electrochemical cell - SMART3G-D3 Sensitron Dust Proof Enclosure Version with display Zone 2 category 3 areas S3226AM
Description

S3226AM - AMMONIA Gas Detector (NH3) 0-100 ppm, 4-20mA - Electrochemical cell - Dust Proof Enclosure Version SMART3G-D3 with display Zone 2 category 3 areas

S3226AM SMART3G gas detectors are employed to detect Ammonia, Azane, Hydrogen nitride, Trihydrogen nitride, Nitro-Sil, NH3 Gas compounds (ppm) in classified areas.
For the toxic gas detection, Sensitron has operated a reliable selection among the most performing electrochemical cells to supply units representing the state of the art in toxic gas detection.
The SMART3G line has been designed to offer a wide range of alternatives that grant customers the best solution to their requirements.

Designed to meet with industrial requirements, the SMART3G-D3 allow to monitor toxic and flammable contents in areas classified as zone 2.
They offer a 4-digit back-lit display for the gas concentration reading, 5 mode status LED and a high visibility multi-color LED light ring.
The SMART3G-D3 feature non intrusive calibration for an accurate and easy adjustment via Hall-effect switches, without opening the instrument and declassifying the area.
They can reliably monitor flammable compounds (% LFL), toxic compounds in ppm, Oxygen and CO2 in % by vol.

SIL2 - Atex

FEATURES & BENEFITS

 

Gas Detector type : Ammonia Gas detector, Azane Gas detector, Hydrogen nitride Gas detector, Trihydrogen nitride Gas detector, Nitro-Sil Gas detector, NH3 Gas detector