Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI) will be launching a low-cost Parkade Emissions Transmitter (PET) in summer 2010.
The PET, an economical BACnet transmitter, encloses electrochemical sensors along with temperature detectors within a general purpose ABS enclosure. These sensors include sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen dioxide, with more sensors to be incorporated in the future. The PET uses BACnet protocol SMTP signaling for communications. It features a tri-color LED indicator for alarm and power, a thermal resetting fuse and an optional four-digit LED display.
Users will be able to perform calibration and maintenance procedures in the field easily. The digital gas detection PEET BACnet transmitter is very useful for non-explosion rated hazardous type of automotive exhaust situations, light industrial and commercial HVAC applications. Each CETCI product is capable of delivering years of dependable operation and is also easy to operate.
CETCI designs and produces gas detecting instruments that are used in a broad range of indoor air quality and hazardous applications for the industrial, commercial, municipal and institutional markets. Most of such applications are meant for vehicle exhaust, but their specialization areas include water purification, wineries, breweries, waste water treatment, refrigeration plants, and pools.
Some of the gases most commonly detected by the CETCI gas detectors include carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, chlorine, as well as combustible gases like propane, oxygen, propane, and more.