The gas monitor observes the gas or vapor, and when there is an abnormal situation, such as leakage, an alarm is issued to warn of the dangerous situations, and measures can be taken to prevent personal injury or property damage. From petrochemical & chemical plants, natural gas plants & refineries, offshore platforms & drilling rigs, gas storage & loading facilities, pipelines & compressor stations, solvent monitoring, sewage treatment plants, parking garages, hospital sterilizing rooms, battery rooms, cable vaults, drying ovens, boiler rooms, alternative fuel vehicles, construction on landfills, water & waste treatment, etc., gas monitors are around us everywhere.
The gas monitor is composed of a sensor, a signal transmission amplifier, and a control module. Since the deployment environment is exceptionally diverse, the control module is mainly based on touch computers. It must correspond to different deployment environments, versatile I/O interfaces, panels with various sizes, and different sensing technology (resistive or capacitive) and need to deal with wide-voltage power modules to achieve better protection. Besides facilitating the setting and maintenance, the front OSD button, externally adjustable power mode, and the SATA, hard disk installation space need to be easily swapped from the outside when needed. The fanless and cableless design ensures that the product's durability is nothing short of the mandatory requirements.