Digital Gas Sensors
for 21 different gas types

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key sensor features
This sensor is designed for detecting the presence and level of specific gas concentrations in mission critical applications.

A sensor is assembled and programmed to detect one of the 21 different gas types we support:
C2H4, CH3SH, CH4, CL2, CO, CO2, ETO, H2, H2S, HCL, HCN, HF, NH3, NO, NO2, O2, O3, PH3, SO2, R134a

no pc required for the ServersCheck to operate once configured - measures gas in particles per million (ppm)

- compact plug & play sensor.
- designed for indoor use.
- steel enclosure.
- industrial grade.
- 0u rack, DIN rail or wall mountable sensor.
- plugs into the base unit.
- powered by the base unit.
- alerts via SNMP Traps, email or SMS.
- wired or optionally wireless.
- integrates over IP using Modbus TCP, SNMP, XML, JSON.
Multi Gas Sensor animation
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21 different gas types
Digitally measures the levels of following airborne gasses:
0-5,000 ppm
Carbon Dioxide
300-10,000 ppm
Carbon Monoxide
0-1,000 ppm
0-100 ppm
Chlorine Dioxide
0-50 ppm
0-100 ppm
Ethylene Oxide
0-500 ppm
0-10 ppm
0-40,000 ppm
Hydrogen Chloride
0-50 ppm
Hydrogen Cyanide
0-50 ppm
Hydrogen Fluoride
0-10 ppm
Hydrogen Sulfide
0-200 ppm
Methane & LNG
300-10,000 ppm
Methyl Mercaptan
0-10 ppm
Nitric Oxide
0-250 ppm
Nitric Dioxide
0-300 ppm
0-25 % VOL
0-20 ppm
0-1,000 ppm
300-10,000 ppm
Sulfur Dioxide
0-200 ppm
Refrigerant Gas
5-100 ppm
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Detect abnormal gas released by equipment
trying to catch issues before it's too late
Smoke sensors are deployed to monitor for fires and try to catch them quickly.

Prior to smoke and fire, there might be a release of gasses. The type of gas depends on the type of equipment that has an abnormality.

Using a gas sensor abnormal gasses can be sensed to trigger an alert before actual smoke is detected by the fire safety system.

An example are batteries. Lead acid batteries may release Hydrogen gas. H2 at more than 4% reaches the LEL and may become explosive.

Learn more on our fire prevention features
Gas Release Infographic
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A complete tailored gas solution
for monitoring, reporting, alerting & control
Special enclosure for gas sensor
The illustration on the left shows a possible customized implementation of the gas sensor in an outdoor environment powered by solar panel and with wireless LTE/3G/2G connectivity.

Our integrators or our own special projects team help you with creating a solution based on our sensor platform that matches your application.

Learn more on our special projects team
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calibration & bump testing
Prior to shipping every gas sensor is manually tested in our lab against calibrated gas.

For bump testing we offer the optional SPARE-GAS-BUMP adapter which is mounted on to the sensor. It enables you to self test the sensor at intervals to ensure its operation within your own safety & operational requirements. Do note that each bump test impacts the sensor life span and accuracy. Incorrect bump testing may permanently damage the sensor.
hydrogen bump gas testing
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modular architecture
hydrogen gas sensor architecture
A modular architecture enabling you to integrate it with your on-premises monitoring systems using IP based industrial protocols like Modbus TCP and SNMP. Optional add-on to connect sensor data to a Modbus RTU controller. With our optional and special firmware the base unit can connect to a MQTT provider of your choice.

With the output controls of the SensorHub, the system can on its own take corrective actions when threshold levels have been detected. For example you can start a fan as soon as a specific is detected.