CC02A Serial Communications Module
The CC02A Communications Card facilitates serial communications between each module in a Zero Two Series Flame and Gas Detection System and an external host computer, which allows fast access to operational and setup data registers. It supports a Burst Read feature that returns all registers of a module in a single transmission.
PrimaX® P Gas Transmitter
Designed to detect gases indoors or outdoors, our PrimaX P Gas Transmitter measures oxygen and toxic and combustible gases. The flameproof transmitter is housed in a powder-coated aluminum enclosure that will protect it in extremely dangerous conditions. The unit also features a large, easy-to-read LCD screen and three LED status indicators for up-to-the-second reporting. The transmitter attaches to an integral mounting plate for easy installation, and it can be easily calibrated using the built-in keypad. It uses a 4-20 mA output signal to transmit its data, and it can also be configured to use HART digital communication. With easily replaced plug-in sensors, the PrimaX P transmitter is suitable for laboratories, chemical plants, power plants and several other industry settings.
RGC - Remote Gas Calibrator for Catalytic Bead Sensors
The Remote Gas Calibrator (RGC) allows calibration gas to be applied to a remotely located catalytic bead sensor from an easily accessible location. The RGC is used for blocking ambient air and redirecting methane to the catalytic sensor for calibration or testing sensor accuracy. The RGC tests or calibrates the General Monitors catalytic sensor with 50% LEL methane. The unit is capable of calibrating gas at wind velocities up to 50 mph. The RGC is used manually with a pressure regulator (P/N 80146-1) and is suitable for calibrating with any light hydrocarbon.
TL105 Test Lamp
The TL105 is a battery-operated, explosion-proof test lamp designed specifically to test all General Monitors Flame Detectors including (but not limited to) the FL500, FL4000H, and any of the FL3100 Series detectors. The TL105 operates up to 35 feet from the flame detector.
FM002A Facilities Module
The FM002A is a facilities module that provides a range of common facilities for all Zero Two control modules housed in the chassis. The FM002A is plugged into the last slot on the right-hand side of the Zero Two chassis. It may be daisy-chained allowing one FM002A to serve up to 100 Zero Two modules in any combination.
PrimaX® IR Gas Transmitter
Every feature of the PrimaX IR Gas Transmitter is designed with reliability in mind to withstand the most challenging environmental conditions through out the product’s life. MSA’s PrimaX IR Gas Transmitter offers LEL (Lower Explosive Limit) combustible gas detection through a patented PrimaX Gas Transmitter IR dual source design. A redundant IR source provides reliability and uninterrupted monitoring should a source failure occur. Furthermore, the possibility of obscurations due to rain, fog, dirt, dust, and other environmental conditions is minimized due to dual source design.
RGC-IR - Remote Gas Calibrator for Point IR Detectors
The remote gas calibrator, RGC-IR, is designed to be permanently installed on a combustible IR gas detector. The RGC-IR provides protection from outside elements and allows the user to apply calibration gas (@ 50 psi) to the detector from a remote source.
IN042 Four Zone Control Module
The IN042 is a four zone input module designed for use with two-wire field devices such as smoke or heat detectors, pull switches and manual callpoints. It is designed to monitor these devices and provide both status indication and fault / alarm outputs for each zone.
RGC-HT - Remote Gas Calibrator for High Temperatures
To verify the proper operation of a catalytic combustible gas sensor, it is necessary to periodically apply a gas of known concentration to the sensor. This is usually done manually at the site with gas supplied from a small lecture bottle. As the sensor reacts to the calibration gas, adjustments are made to the monitoring system to bring its calibration into agreement with the known concentration of the calibration gas. At times, sensors are mounted in inaccessible locations, requiring expensive catwalks or scaffolding to reach them. The High Temp Remote Gas Calibrator (RGC-HT) allows the calibration gas to be applied to the catalytic bead sensor from easily accessible locations. The RGC-HT is used for blocking ambient air and redirecting methane or other light hydrocarbon gases to the catalytic bead sensor for calibration or testing sensor accuracy in various environments. The RGC-HT tests or calibrates the General Monitors Catalytic Bead sensor with 50% LEL methane or other light hydrocarbon gas. The unit is capable of calibrating and detecting gases in various wind conditions (up to 45 mph) and temperatures (up to 200°C when used with high temperature sensor).
PrimaX® I Gas Transmitter
Indoors or outdoors, our PrimaX I Gas Transmitter provides dependable, accurate gas detection. The transmitter detects toxic gases and oxygen and is housed in an antistatic, reinforced nylon enclosure. It also has a large, easy-to-read LCD screen and attaches to an integral mounting plate for easy installation, while the built-in keypad makes for quick, simple calibration. To transmit data, the unit uses a 4-20 mA output signal and can also be configured to use HART digital communication. With easily replaced plug-in sensors, the PrimaX I transmitter is suitable for laboratories, chemical plants, power plants and several other industry settings.
1701 Portable Test and Calibration Unit
The 1701 is a portable test and calibration unit used to verify the operation and calibrate certain ultrasonic gas leak detectors. Although the detectors do not require regular maintenance, the 1701 can be used to satisfy the requirements for regular plant maintenance. Further, the 1701 requires no electrical connection to the gas leak detector but is simply placed over the sensor head of the gas leak detector.
MultiGard™ 5000 Multipoint Gas Sampling System
The economical, efficient MultiGard 5000 Gas Sampling System uses auto-standardization and flexible sample point order to analyze gas from up to 32 locations. Maintenance and calibration are made easy because all the work is performed at a single location, while also ensuring personnel don't have to enter the monitored area. The unit directly connects to Modbus TCP/BACnet IP networks, which allows communication to other equipment or controllers. The system allows secure viewing at one's personal computer. The screen provides easy access to scroll-down menus and visual indicators of sensor condition.
Ultima® X Series Gas Monitors with X3® Technology
The Ultima X Series Gas Monitors with X3 Technology bring the power of multi-sensing, signal boost and ModBus output to the Ultima X line of MSA gas monitors. The units are crafted from either stainless steel or NEMA 4X-rated plastic, and our patented SafeSwap sensor disconnect-underpower feature allows all sensors to be replaced in hazardous areas without area declassification. The interchangeable smart sensors eliminate the need for reconfiguration, while the use of one circuit board increases reliability. Each sensor can be placed up to 3,000 feet from the monitor, while the scrolling LCD screen displays sensor reading and gas type.
TRIGARD® Gas Monitoring System
Designed to meet a variety of demanding applications, from wastewater facilities, to light industry and commercial applications, the TRIGARD Gas Monitoring System features MSA's precision craftsmanship and detects chlorine, sulfur dioxide and other toxic and combustible gases. The adjustable-range unit also detects oxygen deficiency and enrichment. AC or DC powered, the system features a highly visible LCD screen and simple push-button calibration. Boasting sturdy NEMA 4X design and a single board, the unit offers multiple sensor mounting options. Our patented sensor disconnect-underpower feature allows all sensors to be replaced in hazardous areas without area declassification, while interchangeable smart sensors are pre-calibrated for installation right out of the box.
Chillgard® VRF Refrigerant Leak Detector
The Chillgard VRF Refrigerant Leak Detector has been discontinued. Please see the MSA Bacharach VRF products for your requirements. The Chillgard VRF Refrigerant Leak Detector is the first industry detector for Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems (VRF) with integrated BACnet capability. Therefore, it can be directly connected with any Building Management Systems (BMS). MSA applies its proven Photoacoustic infrared sensing technology that provides a stable zero baseline, minimizes cross-sensitivities and offers low cost of ownership through minimum maintenance required.
SMC 2350/2360 Telecom Gas Monitors
The SMC 2350/2360 Telecom Gas Monitors both continuously monitor for the presence of Carbon Monoxide (CO), but the Model 2360 also monitors for combustible gases. These hazardous gases are monitored in confined spaces in telecom sites, such as utility enclosures, to reduce the hazard of gas explosion and to maintain personnel safety.
SMC 2400 Vault Gas Monitor
The SMC 2400 Vault Gas Monitor detects combustible and carbon monoxide gas leaks to reduce the hazard of gas explosion and to maintain personnel safety. The monitor offers the gas detection functions required by telecom site managers including uninterrupted power supply, long-life sensors, five alarm relays, and both audible and visual alarm indication.
SMC 2450 Facility Environment Controller
The SMC 2450 Facility Environment Controller is designed to manage HVAC controls, environmental alarms, and manage rigorous personnel safety requirements of controlled environment vaults (CEVs) and walk-in cabinets. The SMC 2450 also monitors CEVs for the presence of combustible and toxic gases and automatically initiates ventilation when an alarm threshold is exceeded.
SMC 3100 Series Flame Detector
The SMC 3100 Series Flame Detector utilizes a tri-spectra design (UV, IR and visible light spectrums) to provide continuous and reliable flame detection. The 3100 Series design provides the ability to detect flames from both hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon sources, making it ideal for a facility where the flame source could be generated from a variety of gases.