GDS Combi

£922.83ex. VAT £1,107.40 inc. VAT

We are the UK leader in Gas Detection and we’re here to help. Call us on 01200 445 804 or email info@ribble-enviro.co.uk

Combi has been designed to operate in the full range of environments from commercial premises through to heavy industrial applications which may require hazardous area sensing.

Typical monitor locations are – public buildings, car parks, tunnels, breweries, boiler plant rooms, water treatment works, H&V control, manufacturing, process plants, horticulture, hotels, offices.

We are the UK leader in Gas Detection and we’re here to help. Call us on 01200 445 804 or email info@ribble-enviro.co.uk

Key Features:

  • Up to 64 addressable sensors
  • 1-16 direct 4~20mA sensors – 2/3 wire
  • Either or both types of sensors
  • Single 4 core sensor network (addressable)
  • On screen text description of sensor locations
  • 3 alarm levels
  • Event – data logging – internal 99 event
  • Low cost installation
  • Repeater panel – option
  • 64 Additional relays – option
  • Continuous data logging via PC – option
  • Addressable relay board – option
  • One man calibration utilising peak readings
  • Automatic safety check diagnostics/system surveillance
  • Combi Plus, up to 128 addressable sensors per panel

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