Combustible gases detector with transmitter

We have multiple models of gas detectors and transmitters for combustible gases. The elements of combustible gases that our devices detect hydrogen, methane, acetylene, propane, and butane gases.

Models of combustible gas detectors and transmitters

Few of our major models are listed hereunder:

  1. Combustible gas detector model VAC-E2618-LEL

    1. VAC-E2618-LEL is a long-lasting metal-oxide gas detector.Combustible-Gases-detector-Transmitter-Europe-MiddleEast-Africa-USA-Canada-Australia
    2. Range of measurement for this metal-oxide gas detector is 0-100% LEL.
    3. Resolution of measurement for VAC-E2618-LEL is 0.1% LEL.
    4. With options for remote or duct sensors attached.
    5. It has 2 analogue outputs settable to 4-20 mA or 0-10 V with RS485 Modbus RTU digital interface.

    Specifications of Combustible gas detector model VAC-E2618-LEL:

    1. VAC-E2618-LEL can detect hydrogen, methane, acetylene, propane, and butane gases.
    2. The default calibration is methane CH4.
    3. Sensor type used is metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) or catalytic bead (pellistor).
    4. The sampling method for the detection of hydrogen, methane, acetylene, propane, and butane gases is diffusion.
    5. The typical detection range for the MOS and catalytic sensors is 0-100% LEL.
    6. MOS has a 0.1% LEL resolution while catalytic has 1% LEL.
    7. Response time T90 for MOS is ~60 seconds while for catalytic is 8 seconds.
    8. MOS sensor lifetime is more than 5 years while catalytic is more than 2 years.
    9. Maintenance interval for MOS is 12 months while for catalytic is 3-6 months.
    10. MOS sensor operating conditions is -30 to + 70 degrees Celsius while the catalytic sensor is -20 to +60 degree Celsius with less than 95% RH, atmospheric pressure ±10% non-ATEX rated spaces normal ambient oxygen level. Must avoid extreme mechanical shock, vibrations, or EMI; avoid exposure to corrosive gases and products containing silicone.
    11. The signal is updated every 1 second.
    12. Self-diagnostics with full functionality check at start-up.
    13. Warm-up time is less than or equal to 1 minute.
    14. The power supply is 11-30 VDC or 24 VAC.
    15. Power consumption is less than 2 VA.
    16. VAC-E2618-LEL has RS485 Modbus RTU digital interface.
    17. It has 2 analogue outputs settable at 4-20 mA or 0-10 V.
    18. It has a grey, wall-mounted ABS plastic enclosure and an IP65 safety rating.
    19. The dimensions of VAC-E2618-LEL is H82 x W80 x D55 millimetres.
    20. It has an IP65 secured remote sensor probe, shielded cable. The cable’s default length is 3.0 meters.
    21. It can be operated at industrial indoor and outdoor areas.
  2. Combustible gas detector model VAC-E2618-LEL with LCD indicator:

    1. The operating temperature range is 0 to +50 degree Celsius.
    2. It has a display dimensions of 72 × 36 millimetres.
    3. The number of digits is 3.5 7-segment.
    4. 14 millimetres is the height of the character.
    5. It has a backlight feature.
  3. Combustible gas Leak detector model VAC-E2611-LEL

    1. VAC-E2611-LEL is a long-lasting metal-oxide gas sensor.
    2. Range of measurement for this detector is 0-100% LEL.Combustible-gas-leak-detector-transmitter-Iraq-Lebanon-Egypt-Jordan-Saudi
    3. Resolution of measurement for VAC-E2611-LEL is 0.2% LEL.
    4. 20% LEL or 50% LEL is the default alarm set-points.
    5. It has 2 analogue outputs settable at 4-20 mA or 0-10 V with RS485 Modbus RTU digital interface.

    Specifications of combustible gas Leak detector model VAC-E2611-LEL:

    1. VAC-E2611-LEL can detect acetylene, butane, hydrogen, methane, and propane gases.
    2. The default calibration is Methane CH4.
    3. Sensor type used is metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) or catalytic bead (pellistor).
    4. The sampling method for the detection of acetylene, butane, hydrogen, methane, and propane gases is diffusion.
    5. The typical detection range for MOS and the catalytic sensor is 0-100%LEL.
    6. MOS has a 0.1% LEL resolution while catalytic has 1% LEL.
    7. Response time T90 for MOS is ~60 seconds while for catalytic is 8 seconds.
    8. MOS sensor lifetime is more than 5 years while catalytic is more than 2 years.
    9. Maintenance interval for MOS is 12 months while catalytic is 3-6 months.
    10. Operating conditions for MOS is -30 to +70 degree Celsius while the catalytic sensor is -20 to +60 degree Celsius with less than 95% RH without condensation, pressure 1 atm ±10%; non-ATEX rated spaces Normal ambient oxygen level. Must avoid extreme mechanical shock, vibrations or EMI; avoid exposure to corrosive gases and products containing silicone.
    11. Self-diagnostics of this hydrogen detector is with full functionality check at start-up.
    12. Warm-up time is less than or equal to 1 min.
    13. The power supply of this hydrogen detector is 11-30 VDC or 90-265 VAC.
    14. The power consumption is less than 2 VA.
    15. VAC-E2611-LEL has RS485 Modbus RTU digital interface.
    16. VAC-E2611-LEL has 85 dB buzzer alarm.
    17. This hydrogen detector has 2 analogue outputs settable at 4-20 mA or 0-10 V.
    18. It has 2 output SPST relays (closing contact) with 250 VAC or 30 VDC at 5 A max current.
    19. The warning set-points of this hydrogen detector VAC-E2611-LEL in Low is set at 20, release 16% LEL.
    20. The warning set-points of this hydrogen detector VAC-E2611-LEL in Low is set at 50, release 48% LEL.
    21. It has ABS plastic enclosure with ventilation slots, wall-mounted, and an IP20 safety rating.
    22. The dimensions of this hydrogen detector model VAC-E2611-LEL is H85 × W85 × D37 millimetres.
    23. It can be operated at residential, business and industrial indoor spaces.

     

We supply Combustible gases detectors & transmitters across the world covering Europe, USA, Latin America, Asia, Australia, NewZealand, Canada etc.

In the Middle East, we supply Combustible gases detectors & transmitters in the United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Tunisia etc.
In Africa, we supply Combustible gases detectors & transmitters in countries including Kenya, Algeria, Tanzania, Djibouti, Chad, Ghana, Rwanda, Uganda, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Morocco, Angola, South Africa etc.

Also, we supply Combustible gases detectors & transmitters to India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Srilanka, Maldives and Cyprus.