Designed to be used where areas that are difficult to gain access due to distance or toxic environment. As well as to detect greater ranges of toxic gases using advanced Pyrolyzer technology converting electrochemically inactive gases to easily detected gases.

The GDA-5000Tx is available to monitor oxygen levels and Toxic gases such CO, Cl2, NH3, NF3 etc. Giving a stable 4-20 mA or Modbus output over the calibrated range. The sensor has 2 user programmable alarm relays with volt free contacts as well as a fault relay with volt free contacts.

  • Easy Replaceable Cartridges
  • Auto Calibration
  • 2 Programmable Relays & 1 Fault Relay
  • Optional Modbus
  • Available for over 80 Gases

Locally Technically Supported by Gas Detection Australia.

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The Gas Detection Australia uses the latest patented laser source technology to provide reliable accurate and cost effective solutions for Carbon Dioxide gas detection in cellar gas detection applications. The Carbon dioxide cellar gas detection system comprises of a remote  carbon dioxide gas detector / gas sensor, an external  control unit + power supply (to view the gas levels and alarms before entry ) and a audio visual sounder/ flasher that  will activate on alarm. Gas Detection Australia offers a range of solutions to meet individual site requirements for carbon dioxide  cellar gas detection systems  and oxygen  cellar gas detection  when using nitrogen for  pre-mix drinks

Meets the requirements of AS5034-2005

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Meets the requirements of AS5034-2005

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Designed, Manufactured and Supported in Australia.

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Designed, Manufactured and Supported in Australia.

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