Peace of mind during your vacation, while sleeping, for you, your kids, your pets.
Very important. Gases are unintentional, dangerous to humans and animals at the time of leakage and faults in equipment, cylinders or pipes. Besides accidental situations are gases such as Ether also increasingly used to make people unconscious for committing robberies.
The 3Gas + alarm detects all of the following gases:
- LPG (both butane / propane) in case of accidental leakage from a device, cylinder or pipe.
- Carbon Monoxide (CO) – which can be generated by a gas-fired appliance that is not properly ventilated or that has insufficient fresh air supply for the combustion process
- Narcotic “knock-out” gases such as Ether – used in robberies to make victims unconscious.
The sensor is extremely sensitive, and warns for even the smallest gas concentrations. The operation of the sensor is checked at each start-up, and the automatic calibration process tests every 40 seconds if the setting is still correct and if a change is necessary. Light and sound signals ensure the user a proper working.
When the 3Gas+ alarm detects a gas concentration in the ambient air, it will generate a 40 second during pre-alarm. If the gas concentration remains constant during the pre-alarm or is increasing, the alarm is activated with a continuous alarm tone and the red LED constantly shines. If the gas concentration after the alarm has disappeared, the 3Gas+ alarm will return to the stand-by mode.
Because some gases rise and some gases fall, it is possible to improve the operation of the additional gas alarm by placing an extra (optional) sensor that can be mounted at a different height or position.
EN 50270:2015/AC 2016 (Electromagnetic Compatibility)2014/35/EU (low voltage directive)
EN 50194 -2 : 2006 + A1:2016 + 2017 – 05 (Combustible gas detectors directive)
2011/65/UE– 2015/863/UE: (RoHS compliant)
98/34/CE : (CE marking)
Voltage 12 VDC – 24 VDC
Connection cable red = +; Connection cable black = –
Current consumption in standby mode 100mA
Current consumption in alarm 180mA
Current consumption in extra sensor 95mA