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Sierra Monitor Corporation’s Model 5100-10-IT Employs Intelligent Sensing Technology for Sulfur Dioxide Detection

The Sulfur Dioxide Gas Detector Module, Model 5100-10-IT, from Sierra Monitor Corporation which is a leading fabricator and supplier of hazardous gas detecting devices, employs the intelligent sensing methodology to furnish the user with more specific features than any other oxygen gas detectors.

Model 5100-10-IT Sulfur dioxide gas sensor

This unique network supported gas sensor has enhanced measurement frequencies and needs evaluation every six months only thus shortening the necessity of the measurements into half compared to the normal processes. The non-invasive, simple measurement processes can be carried out by a single person. The easy to use, eight-digit, firm and movable LED output facilitates the simple arrangement of the device with the help of user-friendly guidelines.

The device is equipped with RS-485 serial Modbus communication output with RTU connection, works on a 4 mA to 20 mA power supply and has digital bus SMC Sentry connections. An additional eight ampere inbuilt warning system with an optional two ampere danger alarm output is provided in the system along with an isolated sensing unit design for specific applications.

The unique system is enclosed in a 318 Stainless Steel or aluminum shielding for use in hazardous Div. 1, Class I, group B, C and D zones.

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