Fixed CO gas detector is a CO gas sensor that can detect the concentration of CO gas in a variety of harsh environments. Fixed CO gas detector is divided into standard and color screen digital display, available for users to choose, according to user needs to monitor 4 parameters at the same time. Explosion-proof enclosure with die-cast aluminum technology, waterproof, explosion-proof, dustproof and anti-condensation. Remote control, intelligent and convenient. CO gas sensor is suitable for the detection of CO gas concentration in chemical plants, gas stations, gas pipelines, kitchens, storage and other fields.
CO measurement range: 0-1000ppm
CO measurement accuracy: < soil 3% reading
Output signal: RS485
Baud rate: 2400/4800/9600
CO resolution: 0.5 PPM
Power supply: DC 12-24V
Power consumption: < 4 w
Operating temperature: -20°C-50°C
Explosion-proof grade: Exd II CT6
(1) High-definition LCD color screen display, industrial-grade high-definition interface, intuitive display with 320*240 resolution;
(2) Multi-machine selection of alarm controller, rich in optional external control ports, easy to use, sound and light alarm;
(3) Waterproof, dustproof, explosion-proof, anti-condensation, the shell adopts die-cast aluminum technology, IP65 waterproof;
(4) 15 seconds quick response, the probe adopts the international high-quality sensor probe, the monitoring is more accurate, and the life span is guaranteed;
How to maintain the gas detector：
Maintaining a gas detector is essential to ensure its accurate and reliable performance. Here are some general guidelines on how to maintain a gas detector:
Read the Manufacturer’s Manual: Before using and maintaining a gas detector, carefully read the manufacturer’s manual and follow their specific instructions. Different gas detectors may have varying maintenance requirements.
Regular Inspection: Perform regular visual inspections of the gas detector. Check for any physical damages, cracks, or signs of wear and tear. Ensure that all buttons, displays, sensors, and alarms are functioning properly.
Calibration: Gas detectors need regular calibration to ensure accurate readings. Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for calibration frequency and procedure. Calibration typically involves exposing the sensor to a known concentration of gas and adjusting the device to match the expected reading.
Sensor Replacement: Gas detector sensors have a limited lifespan and may require replacement. The manufacturer’s manual will specify the recommended sensor replacement schedule. Replace the sensors as per the guidelines to maintain accurate gas detection.
Battery Maintenance: Gas detectors are usually battery-powered. Keep the batteries charged and replace them according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Regularly check the battery contacts for any corrosion or dirt buildup and clean them if necessary.
Sensor Cleaning: Dust, dirt, or other contaminants can affect sensor accuracy. Clean the sensors regularly using appropriate cleaning solutions recommended by the manufacturer. Follow the instructions carefully to avoid damaging the sensors.
Bump Testing: Conduct regular bump tests to verify the gas detector’s response to a known concentration of gas. This quick test ensures that the device is operational and provides accurate readings. Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for bump testing procedures.
Storage and Handling: When not in use, store the gas detector in a dry and clean environment, away from extreme temperatures or humidity. Avoid dropping or subjecting the device to impact or rough handling that could damage its components.
Training and Awareness: Ensure that users are properly trained on how to operate and maintain the gas detector. Educate them about the importance of regular maintenance, calibration, and adhering to safety protocols.
Follow Safety Standards: Comply with applicable safety regulations and standards in your industry or region. Stay updated on any changes or updates to ensure compliance and optimal performance of the gas detector.
Remember, the specific maintenance requirements may vary depending on the type and model of the gas detector. Always refer to the manufacturer’s manual for detailed instructions and guidelines tailored to your specific device.