Press Release Summary:
Network-enabled smart gas sensor, 5100-06-IT, is standalone module with integral alarm relays and 6-month (180 day) calibration interval. Integration to existing plant-wide safety and monitoring systems is facilitated via 4-20 mA output, RS-485 Modbus interface, SentryBus interface, optional integral relay output, and digital display. Non-intrusive calibration, remote sensor option, and 316 SS enclosure options are also available.
Original Press Release:
Chlorine IT Toxic Gas Sensor Module from Sierra Monitor
Network-Enabled Smart Gas Sensor Module with 6-Month Calibration Interval
July 20, 2009 - The Sierra Monitor 5100-06-IT is the only Chlorine Gas Sensor with a 6 month (180 day) calibration cycle. This cuts maintenance costs in half when compared to the standard 90-day calibration interval common in the industry.
IT Series Hazardous Gas Detectors allow system integrators and instrumentation engineers to interface these proven gas sensors into their plant-wide safety and monitoring systems. Integration to existing systems is easy as the IT Series are loaded with 4-20 mA output, RS-485 Modbus interface, SentryBus interface, optional integral relay output and digital display! Non-intrusive calibration, remote sensor option and 316 Stainless Steel enclosure options are available on the 5100-06-IT Chlorine Gas Sensor Module.
The 5100-06-IT Chlorine Gas Sensor Module is a stand-alone module loaded with the features required to provide the due diligence expected in hazardous areas including:
About Sierra Monitor Corporation
Sierra Monitor Corporation manufactures and integrates hazardous gas monitoring systems for industrial safety applications. With more than 25 years experience and over 14,000 installations of fixed gas monitoring systems Sierra Monitor is a technology leader in the industry. Sierra Monitor¡¦s accomplishments include the first digital bi-directional multi-drop communication bus between sensors and controller, the first serial Modbus communication output for plant-wide systems, the first interface to third party legacy sensors and devices and the first cost-effective web-based graphical system for monitoring plant-wide hazardous gas conditions.