Single gas monitor
What is the difference between a Single gas monitor and an all-in-one detector?
- The traditional single gas monitor is limited to the fact that one instrument can only measure one kind of gas. To meet the needs of multiple gas detection, multiple single gas detection instruments can only be installed. However, this will undoubtedly increase the construction and installation costs and labor. Issues such as maintenance costs and product costs.
- The all-in-one gas detector is an instrument that can detect multiple target gases at the same time. It only needs to install one instrument to meet the needs of multiple gas detection, and it can be realized by replacing different smart gas sensors. Detect gases other than the existing multiple gases, one machine can be used for multiple purposes, saving costs.
- The difference between the installation and application of Single gas monitor and all-in-one detector is that usually all-in-one gas detectors are rarely designed with 4-20mA output of corresponding components, such as 4 in1 Gas Detector. Under normal circumstances, there are no four groups of 4 -20mA output generally uses RS485 digital communication method to transmit data. It is not flexible and compatible when combined with other devices of the host computer. It is also difficult to output four alarm signals in one channel. When doing remote monitoring and management The system design is not so easy to identify which component is causing the alarm, and it is impossible to drive the solenoid valve that cuts off the gas leakage of the corresponding component.
Single gas monitor instructions for use
Many friends ask whether it is necessary to configure an alarm host when installing and using a single gas detector? If the project budget is not high, Fosensor recommends that there is no need to configure an alarm host. You can use a stand-alone installation method and only need to configure a power adapter for use. Moreover, current Single gas monitors are relatively intelligent and come with built-in sound and light alarms. Once the monitored gas concentration exceeds the set alarm value, an alarm prompt will be triggered, and it can also be connected to the Internet of Things PC/mobile APP platform to monitor or analyze data at any time.