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Cl2 Gas

Detector

TA-2102 Chlorine Cl2 Gas Detector

Mil-Ram's New 2-Wire loop powered smarter Transmitter for Chlorine Cl2 Gas Detection. Sensor chemistry eliminates common interfering gases. Mil-Ram patented technology eliminates zero drift and corresponding false alarms. Now available suitable for use in SIL 2 environments.

Features: Chlorine Gas Detector

no false alarms Mil-Ram patented Chlorine Cl2 gas sensor technology
Self-Calibration adjusts span monthly based on sensor life curve
Auto-Gas Calibration, non-intrusive, hands-free, magnetic switches
Not affected by temperature -40 deg C to +50 deg C, stable by design
LCD display - 12 characters x 2 lines. Provides user interface with magnetic switches - no dip switches
Offsite sensor calibration with memory chip embedded in sensor
Peak value, 15-min. TWA, Remaining Sensor Life, Replace Sensor indication and number days since last gas calibration
Intrinsically Safe option
Can be used with Mil-Ram's Wireless Telemetry System
Available suitable for use in SIL 2 environments
Continuous advanced Diagnostics

Specifications: Chlorine Gas Detector

Detection Range 0.0 - 5.0 PPM Cl2 Gas
Resolution 0.1 PPM Cl2
Response Time < 45 sec to 90% of final reading
Recovery Time < 30 sec. to 90% recovery
Temperature Range -40 deg.C to +50 deg.C
Humidity Range 10-95% RH, non-condensing, continuous
Zero Drift < 0.1 PPM
Power Requirement 10 - 30VDC; 0.48W max. @24VDC
Output 4-20mA linear
Long life >3 years typical under normal operating conditions
Gas Detectors - Fixed

Model TA-2100
smarter Gas Detector
(3 or 4-wire)

Model TA-2100
smarter Gas Detector
(Graphic Display)

Model TA-2102
smarter Gas Detector
(Loop Powered)

Economical Gas Detector
(without Display)

Gas Alarm
(Integral Alarms)

Open Path Gas Detectors
Control Panels

Digital Network Panels
Wall Mounting: TA-2016MB
Rack Mounting; TA-2016MB

Analog Panels

TA-2000 Six Channel
TA-2002 Two Channel
TA-2001 One Channel

Hybrid Panel
(Analog/Digital)

Gas Alarm
(Integral Alarms)

Alarm Stations

Hazardous/Non-Hazardous Areas