WITT’s air monitoring systems are used for the detection of carbon dioxide, oxygen and combustible, toxic gases.
Ambient Air Monitoring System RLA 100 for the detection of carbon dioxide (CO2)
The system includes two alarm limits (adjustable) digital displays for continuous visual monitoring of the gas concentration.
It also offers easily accessible potential free change-over contact by cable at the lower side on the front.
A control and display unit with integrated alarm device (alarm lamp and buzzer) is also included.
The system can easily be mounted onto the wall.
Ambient Air Monitoring System for the detection of combustible and toxic gases or oxygen
Benefits of this system include the ability to connect up to four RLA compact transmitters and sixteen RLA multichannel transmitters for different gases.
The easy programming of the measurement range, the measurement designation, the type of transmitter and the type of gas can be set individually, as well as three alarm thresholds.
It also includes six internal RLA compact relays with four of them freely programmable and eight internal RLA multichannel relays with six of them freely programmable.
Other features include the allocation of one or more measurement points to relay, a single alarm per measurement point, a single alarm per alarm threshold, the configuration of collective alarm and group alarm, error reporting and a voting function.
The system, which can easily be mounted to the wall, has a large illuminated graphic display with traffic light function for continuous visual monitoring of the gas concentration