Midas

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The Midas Gas Detector uses reliable sensor technology to detect many key toxic, ambient and flammable gases in a plant. The device monitors points up to 100 feet (30 meters) away while using patented technology to regulate flow rates and ensure error-free gas detection. Thanks to Honeywell’s use of advanced robotics, the Midas Gas Detector offers unbeatable quality and reliability:

  • Improved visibility and ease of use. The Midas Gas Detector is equipped with bright LED lights and an intuitive, interactive interface that provides instant alerts to gas readings or alarm levels. The interface also includes password-protected menus for configuration, test and calibration.
  • Easy installation. Compact in size with an easy-to-handle metal chassis, the Midas Gas Detector is simple to install. That’s especially important in crowded, complex process environments where space is at a premium.
  • Numerous applications. With feature-rich capabilities that are easy to use, the Midas Gas Detector is suitable for many industry applications, including semiconductor processing, light industrial manufacturing, university laboratories, aerospace, wastewater and more.

Additional Features and Benefits:

  • Over 35 gases available with extended 2 year warranty*
  • Smart sensor cartridge with on board ‘e-calibration’ certificate
  • 3 built in relays (Form C) for Alarm 1, 2 and Fault
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE) communication
  • Keypad interface and remote web browser interface
  • Optional Midas Pyrolyzer module that connects to any Midas Gas Detector
  • Password protected menu levels to preserve system integrity
  • Bright LEDs and intuitive icon driven, large multicolor backlit LCD display
  • Factory-calibrated sensors to reduce need for frequent gas testing
  • Isolated 0-22 mA analog output with fault and event reporting
  • Modbus/TCP Ethernet for easy connectivity to all control and alarm systems ports for control connectivity and service interaction
  • Robust extractive pump system (2 year lifetime) sampling up to 100 feet
  • CE marked for total immunity to Radio Frequency Interference
  • Reflex® sensor health check for improved safety
  • TempraSureTM temperature compensation technology as appropriate
  • Event logging to review sensor history

Cartridges Available :-  Ammonia , Arsine , Germane , Boron Trichloride , Dichlorosilane , Hydrogen Bromide , Hydrogen Chloride , Hydrogen Fluoride , Tungsten Hexafluoride , Boron Trifluoride , Nitrogen Trifluoride , Bromine , Chlorine Dioxide , Difluoromethane , Hexafluorobutadiene , Methyl Fluoride , Octofluorocyclopentane , Carbon Dioxide , Carbon Monoxide , Chlorine , Fluorine , Diborane , Hydrogen , Hydrogen Cyanide , Hydrogen Sulphide , Methane , Nitric Oxide , Nitrogen Dioxide , Oxygen , Ozone , Phosphine , Silane , Sulphur Dioxide , TEOS & Nitrous Oxide IR

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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:

  • Detects more than 35 gases error-free
  • Improved visibility and ease of use
  • Easy installation

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