Addressable Gas Detection Systems

Car park and tunnel series addressable toxic & flammable gas detection system are designed to monitor up to 1000 units. System is designed according to EN 50545-1 Standard. Detectors are designed as environmental and user-friendly. 6 detector protects 725m2 space. Sensors are easily replaceable on site. Events and detector measurements are viewed from the panel touchscreen. 

Car park and tunnel series addressable toxic gas detection control system are essential to protect people in car parks and tunnels. As a result of urbanization, the number of vehicles are increased from 39.2 million to 81.5 million between 1990 to 20181.  The exposure to carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide is escalated in open as well as closed environments. The project aims to detect toxic gasses to provide security, economy, quiet environment and regulation to the current systems.

Addressable Gas Detection


Addressable Toxic and Flammable Gas Detection System

The addressable gas detection system is designed to detect toxic and flammable gases in car parks and tunnels. The system is essential to control the ventilation system in car parks and tunnels. The system aims to detect toxic gasses to provide security, economy, quiet environment and regulation to the current systems. The system consists of a gas detection control panel, gas detectors, sounders, 4-20mA input module and relay module.

The gas detection control panel is designed to monitor up to 1000 units. The control panel has a user-friendly interface with 7 inch LCD Touch Screen with 3 alarm levels which are designed to comply with EN 50545-1 Standard.

The detectors are designed to detect Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen Oxide (NO), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2). The gas detectors as a whole are compatible with EN 50545-1 Standard and measuring range is between 0-300 ppm for CO, 0 to 100 ppm for NO, 0 to 30 ppm for NO2. The device is designed environmentally and user-friendly as the sensor could be replaceable without removing the housing from the mounting place.

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