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Reliable CO2 Detection With IR Sensor

04/11/2012 | Editor: Dominik Stephan

Reliable carbon dioxide detcetion with IR-sensors: The New IR700 from General Monitors. (Picture: General Monitors)
Reliable carbon dioxide detcetion with IR-sensors: The New IR700 from General Monitors. (Picture: General Monitors)

Realiable CO2 with low maintenance for carbon capture, oil recovery or chemical facilities: The rugged IR700 Infrared Carbon Dioxide Point Detector from General Monitors requires no routine calibration and provides complete control room status and control capability for monitoring at ppm level.

With a precision infrared senor, heated optics to eliminate condensation and a fail-to-safe configuration for dependable operation, the IR700 offers microprocessor technology to continuously monitor CO2 at a range of 0-5000 ppm. A dirty optics indicator informs the user if the device must be cleaned before the lenses are entirely blocked, thus reducing downtime and standstills.

All of the Model IR700’s electronics are contained within a rugged, explosion-proof housing so that detector information can be processed at the point of detection. It features multiple communication outputs, a 4-20 mA signal proportional to 0-100% full-scale, Modbus, and HART. The IR700 is also available with relays for warning, alarm, and faults.

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