Halogen - Jupiter Gas Detection System
The Jupiter gas detection system has a 24 VDC-powered base control unit and an interface module and electrochemical cell located in the sensor housing. The microprocessor-based electronics of the interface module processes information at the sensor site and communicates detected gas values to the base unit for data control and display.
The Jupiter monitors a variety of hazardous and toxic gases in parts per million (ppm), including: ammonia, carbon monoxide, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, hydrogen cholride, hydrogen sulfide, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, oxygen deficiency, ozone, and sulfur dioxide. The Jupiter system operates as a universal gas detector by simply replacing the sensors.
The Jupiter system is certified as explosion-proof with intrinsically safe inputs for use in hazardous locations. It can also be used for general-purpose, non-hazardous applications.
- Two Settable 250 VAC - 8 AMP Relays
- Remaining Sensor Life Indication
- Dual Redundant MODBUS RS-485 User Interface
- One Person Adjustment-Free Calibration
- Integral Galvanic Isolation
- Water Treatment Facilities
- Wastewater Treatment Facilities
- Hazardous Gas Use Facilities
Gas Detection Systems