The Bionics SH-1003HT Gas Detectors

The Bionics SH-1003HT Gas Detectors are designed to set new standards in toxic gas monitoring and detection. Featuring a sophisticated electronic "brain" built directly into the sensor assembly, these well-proven continuous extractive detection systems significantly reduce the labour and downtime commonly associated with gas detector maintenance and service.

Equally important, the SH-1003HT is specially engineered to permit high density installation, packing up to 3 times as much monitoring into the same, compact footprint as previous models. The instruments' "smart" circuitry permits ex-situ or off-site calibration and maintenance of the sensor cell, significantly reducing the amount of time personnel must spend in restricted or sensitive areas.

The unit features user-programmable dual-level concentration alarms, built-in alarm relays, and 4 - 20mA output as a local digital readout, audio and visual alarm indicators. Plus, when used in conjunction with the Bionics RX-1G or MDS-8 Controller, system operation is almost totally self-supervised to provide quick and easy fault identification and notification.

Specifications

  • Suction Based Gas Detector
  • Ideal for End-Point Detection
  • Quick and Simple off-site Calibration
  • Power Requirments 24VDC
  • Enhanced Self-Diagnostic Capability
  • Compact and Highly-Densities Design
  • 4-20 mA Analog Output

Available Gases

Model NumberFormulaGas
100CL2Chlorine
400HCLHydrogen Chloride
500SO2Sulphur Dioxide
700HFHydrogen Fluoride
800O3Ozone
900Br2Bromine
1200COCarbon Monoxide
1400F2Fluorine
1400CLF3Chlorine Trifluoride
1500H2Hydrogen
1700NONitric Oxide
1700NO2Nitrogen Dioxide
1700HNO3Nitric Acid
2100C2H5OHEthyl Alcohol
2100IPAIso Propyl Alcohol
2400NH3Ammonia
2500N2H4Hydrazine
3100GAGeneral Acid
3200H2SeHydrogen Selenide
3400HBrHydrogen Bromine
3700BF3, WF6Fluorides
4000PH3Phosphine
4000ASH3Arsine
4000SiH4Silane
4000B2H6Diborane
4000GeH4Germane
5000SiH4Silane
5000PH3Phosphine
5000(CH3)3SiHTrimethyl Silane

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