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MSR Germany Ammonia NH3 Transmitter – ADT23 1125 Monitoring Sensor

ALVI  Technologies – India (http://www.alviautomation.com)  in association with Gas Alarm Systems – Australia (http://www.gasalarm.co.au) offer MSR Germany  Ammonia NH3 Transmitter – ADT23 1125 Monitoring


NH3 transmitter including digital measurement value processing and temperature compensation for the continuous monitoring of the ambient air to detect ammonia concentrations. A comfortable calibration routine with selective access release is integrated in the transmitter. The ADT-23 possesses a standard analog output, (0) 4–20 mA or (0) 2-10 V DC, and an RS-485 interface. 2 relays with adjustable switching thresholds are available as an option.
For detecting leakages in refrigeration plants with ammonia as refrigerant, and also within a wide range of commercial and industrial applications. Due to the standard analog signal and the RS-485 serial interface the NH3 transmitter is compatible to the PolyGard gas controller series MGC and DGC by MSR-E as well as to any other controllers or automation systems.

 Digital measurement value processing incl. temperature compensation
 Continuous monitoring
 Low zero-point drift
 Good stability to poisoning
 Long-life sensor
 Modular plug-in technology
 Easy maintenance
 Comfortable calibration with selective access release
 Reverse polarity protected, overload and short-circuit proof
 (0) 4 – 20 mA / (0) 2 – 10 V analog signal output selectable
 Serial interface RS-485
 IP 65 protected
 Manual calibration via potentiometer (option)
 Manual addressing for RS-485 mode (option)
 4 – 20 mA analog input for an external transmitter (option)
 Approved according to EN 61010-1; ANSI/UL 61010 1; CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1

For more details and technical Specification click here:-msr-adt-23-1125-a-00000201x-ammonia-gas-sensor-transmitter

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