IR400 Point IR Gas Detector
The IR400 Infrared (IR) Point Detector is a hydrocarbon gas detector that continuously monitors combustible gases and vapors within the lower explosive limit (LEL) and provides alarm indication. It features an industry-leading response time of ≤ 3 seconds, even with a splash guard installed. All electronics are contained within an explosion-proof housing so that the IR400's detector information can be processed locally. Configurations with analog output, Modbus and HART are also available.
Senscient ELDS™ Open Path Gas Detector
The Senscient ELDS laser-based open path gas detector is available for a wide range of toxic and flammable gases. The Senscient ELDS uses 'SimuGas' self-testing to eliminate employees entering hazardous areas for gas checks. Nuisance false alarms are virtually eliminated with its breakthrough Harmonic Fingerprint processing.
FL500 UV/IR Flame Detector
The FL500 UV/IR Flame Detector monitors for radiation emitted by a flame in both the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) spectral ranges. This UV/IR combination provides a fast response time and increased false alarm immunity against sources of radiation for reliable protection.
HazardWatch Fire and Gas System
An innovative, modular system that combines highly reliable programmable logic controller (PLC) technology with our advanced gas and flame field devices. It is highly scalable, making it suitable for small systems to large plant-wide applications. Offering intelligence, flexibility and reliability, the HazardWatch System's controller hardware configuration and software has been tested by Factory Mutual to verify NFPA 72 compliance.
General Monitors S5000 Gas Monitor
The General Monitors S5000 Gas Monitor is the ultimate gas detector for extreme environments needing to detect oxygen, toxic and combustible gases. It operates over a wide temperature range using a variety of gas sensing technologies. Breakthrough XCell® gas sensors with TruCal® technology extends calibration cycles up to 18 months and actively monitors sensor integrity for ultimate peace of mind.
S4000CH Combustible Gas Detector
The S4000CH Intelligent Sensor is a microprocessor-based transmitter designed for use with General Monitors industry-leading catalytic bead sensors. It monitors combustible gases and vapors within the lower explosive limit (LEL) and provides status indication and alarm outputs. Complies with ANSI/ISA 12.13.01-2000 performance requirements for combustible gas detectors.
TL105 Test Lamp
The TL105 is a battery operated test lamp designed specifically to test General Monitors Flame Detectors. The TL105 is an explosion-proof test lamp that can be used with the FL4000H MSIR flame detector as well as any of the FL3100 Series Flame Detectors. The TL105 operates up to 35 feet from the flame detector.
MC600 Multi-Channel Controller
The MC600 is a microprocessor-based multi-channel controller that provides six channels of continuous gas detection. It can be configured as either a local gas detection system, or it can be networked to provide a large plant-wide distributed safety system. It is compatible with our hydrocarbon sensors, H2S sensors, as well as our S4000CH, S4100C, S4000TH, S4100T, IR400, IR5500, IR700, TS4000H, Observer, and Surveyor gas detectors.
S4000TH H2S Gas Detector
The S4000TH Intelligent Gas Sensor is a microprocessor-based transmitter designed for use with General Monitors' thin film metal oxide semiconductor (TFMOS) sensors to detect H2S gas. The unit features one person calibration and can virtually self-calibrate by simply activating a magnetic switch and applying gas. It detects hydrogen sulfide in 0-20 ppm, 0-50 ppm or 0-100 parts per million (ppm) levels over a wide temperature range.
FL3100H-H2 UV/IR Flame Detector for Hydrogen Applications
The FL3100H-Hydrogen is an Ultraviolet / Infrared flame detector designed specifically to detect hydrogen (H2) fires and provide alarm outputs directly from the detector while maintaining false alarm immunity. It detects H2 fires by monitoring in both the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) spectral ranges, making it highly immune to false alarms. Configurations with dual Modbus and HART are available. Modbus and HART data can be used for predictive maintenance. The flame detector's electronics are integral within its explosion-proof housing, allowing detector information to be processed at the point of detection.
Catalytic Bead Sensors
The General Monitors catalytic bead gas sensors are well known for their sensitivity, reliability and longevity and make them the first choice for most users of the catalytic oxidation gas detection principle. Every component is manufactured in-house to ensure optimum performance. Careful matching of the active and reference elements ("beads") result in a sensor that has negligible zero drift with respect to changes in humidity, pressure, and temperature.
ARGC - Automatic Remote Gas Calibrator
To verify the proper operation of a catalytic combustible gas sensor, it is necessary to periodically apply a gas of known concentration to the sensor. This is usually done manually at the site with gas supplied from a small lecture bottle. As the sensor reacts to the calibration gas, adjustments are made to the monitoring system to bring its calibration into agreement with the known concentration of gas. At times, sensors are mounted in inaccessible locations, requiring expensive catwalks or scaffolding to reach them. The Automatic Remote Gas Calibrator (ARGC) allows the calibration gas to be applied to the catalytic bead sensor from easily accessible locations. The ARGC is used for blocking ambient air and redirecting methane to the catalytic sensor for calibration or testing sensor accuracy. The ARGC tests or calibrates the General Monitors catalytic sensor with 50% LEL methane. The unit is capable of calibrating gas at wind velocities up to 50 mph. Note: the RGC (P/N 80153-1), used manually with a pressure regulator (P/N 80147-1), is suitable for calibrating with any light hydrocarbon.
580A Dual-Channel Combustible Gas Monitor
The 580A is a compact, highly-versatile system for continuously monitoring combustible gas (hydrocarbon) concentrations in two locations. The system consists of two remote catalytic sensing assemblies and a solid-state controller. The controller automatically displays the higher reading channel on a digital display, scaled from 0-100% LEL (lower explosive limit). Manual override switching permits readout of the low channel at any time.
FL3101H UV Flame Detector
The FL3101H is an Ultraviolet-only flame detector designed to detect fires and provide alarm outputs directly from the detector while maintaining false alarm immunity. It detects in the ultraviolet (UV) spectral range for optimized speed of response. Configurations with dual Modbus and HART are available. Modbus and HART data can be used for predictive maintenance. The flame detector's electronics are integral within its explosion-proof housing, allowing detector information to be processed at the point of detection.
Zero Two Series Gas and Flame Detection System
Modular system offering the widest range of control cards for use in an integrated fire and/or gas detection system. The Zero Two Series system can monitor any combination of the following: combustible gas, H2S, toxic gas, ultrasonic, oxygen deficiency and flame detection. In addition, its open architecture allows the system to accommodate other sensing devices for tasks such as smoke detection, heat detection and manual call points.
IR5500 Open Path Infrared Gas Detector
The IR5500 is an open path infrared (IR) gas detector that continuously monitors for flammable gas leaks over large open areas. It monitors in both the LEL-m and ppm-m ranges to detect both small and large leaks. The IR5500 offers the benefits of early detection with its high sensitivity to gas concentrations at the ppm levels. This feature allows it to alarm faster than an LEL-only detector. Digital display and adjustable mounting arms ensure easy alignment. Factory calibrated for low-maintenance operation.
610A Four Channel Combustible Gas Monitor
The 610A is a system for continuously monitoring combustible gas (hydrocarbon) concentrations in four locations. The system consists of four General Monitors remote catalytic bead sensing assemblies and a solid-state controller. The controller features four independent channels, each having its own circuitry. The 610A features a digital display of gas concentrations in % LEL (0-99% lower explosive limit) for each channel.