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F2000TSM-CO-C101 Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector and Transmitter

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2018/10/29 17:03:41

Expired Date:

2019/01/27 23:59:59

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Alarms & Sensors/n.e.s.

Company Info

Shenzhen Week Technology Ltd.
Contact Person: Yan Zhang
Address: 16 Floor, Building #3, Zhongke Mansion, Gaoxin South 1St Rd, Hi-Tech Park, Nanshan
City: SHENZHEN
State/Province: GUANGDONG
Country/Region: China (mainland)
Zip/Post Code: 518067


Details

Carbon Monoxide Detector And Transmitter
Model#: F2000TSM-CO-C101


  • Real time detect and transmit ambiance carbon monoxide level
  • Up to more than five years lifetime
  • 1x analog output for linear measurement
  • Modbus RS485 interface
  • The highest performance with the lowest price


F2000TSM-CO-C101 Carbon Monoxide Detector and Transmitter Description

F2000TSM-CO-C101 is specifically designed to detect and transmit carbon monoxide level in the enclosed or semi-enclosed car parks and to regulate the environment according to the measurement of carbon monoxide. It is designed for easy installation and minimum maintenance during operation.


F2000TSM-CO-C101 Carbon Monoxide Detector and Transmitter Features
• Wall mounting, real time detect CO level with measuring range of 0~100ppm/ 0~200pm/ 0~500ppm.
• Electrochemical sensor which offer several advantages over traditional electrochemicalsensors.
• With a long life, good long term stability, and high accuracy, the CO sensor is environmentally friendly without risk of electrolyte leakage.
• With simple calibration
• The special design of easy sensor's replacement makes customers replace sensor easily by themselves
• Full time CO level detection, even the slightest leak can be detected
• One analog output of the measurement of carbon monoxide  concentration  with  0~10V/4~20mA selectable
• Special built-in Self-Zero Correction algorithm.
• Modbus RS-485 communication with 15KV antistatic protection, also can be calibrated carbon monoxide measurement via the interface


F2000TSM-CO-C101 Carbon Monoxide Detector and Transmitter Application
• Residential and commercial CO detectors and transmitters
• Ventilation control for indoor parking garages
• Recreational vehicle CO detectors
• Kitchen rooms and restaurants
• Freezing machine rooms and other places where air quality is easy to worsen

 

F2000TSM-CO-C101 Carbon Monoxide Detector and Transmitter Specifications

CO Measurement
Gas detected Carbon monoxide
Sensing element Battery operable electrochemical sensor
Gas sample mode Diffusion
Warm up time 1hour (first time)
Response Time Within 60 seconds
Signal Update 1s
CO Measuring Range 0~100ppm(default)
0~200ppm/0~500ppm selectable
Accuracy <±1ppm (at 20±5°C/ 50±20%RH)
Stability ± 5% (over 900 days)
Electrical
Power Supply 24VAC/VDC
Consumption 1.5 W
Wiring connections 5 terminal blocks (max.)
Outputs
Linear analog output 1x0~10VDC/4~20Ma selectable in order
D/A resolution 16 bit
D/A conversion accuracy 0.1ppm
Modbus RS485
Communication interface
Modbus RS485 interface
9600/14400/19200(default), 28800 bps, 38400 bps (programmable
selection), 15KV antistatic protection
General Performance
Operation temperature 0~60°C (32~140°F)
Operation humidity 5~99%RH, non condensing
Storage conditions 0~50°C (32~122°F)
Net Weight 190g
Dimensions 100mm x 80mm x 28mm
Installation standard 65mm x 65mm or 2" x 4" junking box
Housing and IP class PC/ABS fireproof plastic material, protection class: IP30
Compliance EMC Directive 89/336/EEC

 

Carbon Monoxide Detector and Transmitter Models

ITEM MODEL DESCRIPTION
Carbon Monoxide 
Transmitter
F2000TSM-CO-C001 Carbon monoxide transmitter with
Modbus RS485 communication interface
Carbon Monoxide 
Transmitter
F2000TSM-CO-C101-V/A Carbon monoxide transmitter with one 0~10VDC/4~20mA output.
Modbus RS485 communication interface

CO range (postfix after the model):
001:       0~100ppm (default)
002:       0~200ppm
005:       0~500ppm

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