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From small wall mount stand alone controllers & panels, to medium and large more sophisticated addressable SIL2 / SIL3 certified Fire & Gas Systems.
The Oldham MX15 measurement and alarm controller is intended for simple installations that do not require an electrical cabinet. The Oldham MX15 controller can be connected to combustible or toxic gas detectors, or oxygen detectors.
Analog and digital controller
1 or 2 channels, up to 8 detectors
5” LCD back-lit graphic display
Five programmable events per detector
Smart keys make embedded multi-language menus simple to use
Fully scalable, and designed to functional safety performance level 1 standards, the MX43 is an analogue and digital controller that continuously measures and controls gases in the atmosphere.
The MX 43 gas detector manages both digital lines and analogue channels, and covers all needs for a wide variety of gas monitoring applications.
The MX 43 digital technology allows up to 32 detectors to be distributed on 8 lines for increased cost savings.
Oldham MX52 16 x=channel controller accepts inputs from flammable (4-20mA transmitter or catalytic bridge types) and toxic gas detectors. The MX52 modular design allows you to build your own gas detection system to meet your requirements.
MultiSafe-MX control panel is a SIL certified fully flexible integrated fire detection, fire suppression control, gas detection, and intruder alarm system. MultiSafe-MX control panel is fully flexible integrated fire detection, fire suppression control, gas detection, and intruder alarm system. Dedicated cards determine system performance requirements.
Syntel is an addressable fire and gas detection and monitoring system suitable for use in zone 1 and 2 hazardous areas. The complete addressable loop is based on distributed intelligence, making it fault a tolerant system operating normally with a short or open circuit.
Australian Standard AS5034-2005 (Installation and use of inert gases for beverage industry) classifies a non naturally ventilated area as any area which is neither outdoor nor naturally ventilated and then give some common example of these areas as: underground cellars and cool rooms.