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Longer-life, explosion-proof Sensor IR launched

06 August 2008

The Draeger Sensor IR has been developed to allow existing pellistors or catalytic bead sensors to be replaced, without creating technical problems. Existing cables and control devices, from the majority of manufacturers, can still be used. The sensor has an expected life span of more than 15 years.

Longer-life, explosion-proof Sensor IR launched
Longer-life, explosion-proof Sensor IR launched

Measuring 0 to 100 % lower explosive limit for methane, propane and ethylene, it has a typical response time of less than 30 seconds, complete with IP65 and IP67 protection, splash guard and calibration adapter. Able to operate in temperature ranges from –40 to +65oC, it also incorporates heated optics and can be operated in humid environments from 0 to 100 % relative humidity.

Each of the three gases is listed in one internal gas library and the target gas can be changed. For maximum reliability, individual linearisation curves also offer temperature-compensated readings.
The Draeger sensor IR meets the requirements of ATEX, IECEx, UL and CSA.

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