Fixed gas detectorsFixed Gas Detectors

PIDScan 800 is a revolutionary state-of-the-art fixed gas detectors based on PID technology for continuous measurement of VOCs.  It is the world's first fixed type, ex-approved VOC detector with automatic self-cleaning feature.  Literally, there is no cleaning of the lamp required.  Both zeroing and span calibration can be carried out automatically.   The transmitter has resounding performance even in high temperature and humidity conditions; as a result of its unique “Earth-ring guard” technology, and built-in temperature and humidity sensors for real-time compensation.

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Features:

  • Special I :  auto-self-cleaning feature to improve operation performance without interruptive maintenance 

  • Special II : auto-zeroing and auto-calibration for fast response and uncompromised accuracy

  • Special III :  built-in temperature and humidity sensors for accurate and real-time compensation

  • Special IV : built-in alarm LED-ring lights (option) for easy of use and cost efficiency

  • 4-20 mA analog output ranging from 0.1 to 100 ppm, 1 to 1000 ppm, or 0.01 to 20.00 ppm isobutylene (for ultra-sensitive version)
  • PID sensor highly resistance to humidity interference
  • Explosion proof EEx d IIC T6 for hazardous application
  • With built-in diaphragm pump to draw in sample gas

  • Large numerical and graphical dot-matrix display with backlight sensor

Specifications:

PID sensor                         10.6 eV

Range/Resolution            0 -1000 ppm / 1 ppm

                                             0.0-100.0 ppm / 0.1 ppm

                                             0.00-20.00 ppm / 0.01 ppm ( ultra sensitive version )

                                             *  with Temperature and Humidity compensation on board

Self-cleaning                      Built-in self-cleaning     

Relay contacts                  SPST dry contacts (x2)

Ring LEDs Alarm             Built-in ring alarm LEDs; Yellow and Red

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