H2S Inline Gas Monitor
The Standby Monitoring Systems, Inc. Model 1210 Inline Gas Analyzer is a highly sensitive detection instrument. Which accurately detects low concentrations of hydrogen sulfide in natural gas. It is not easily interfered with noise gases, humidity, and temperatures. It is designed to continually monitor and detect hydrogen sulfide in the present of methane or natural gas after treated in plants, or small processing stations.
The Model 1210 Inline Gas Analyzer samples gas and sends signals from its electrochemical sensor to a hybrid IC chip and to a microprocessor that compares the signal with voltage change. If the signal exceeds the reference voltage (alarm point) the instrument will go into alarm. If the sensor or detection circuit has abnormal problems it will go into a trouble signal.
The Model 1210 Inline Gas Analyzer take samples for every 60 seconds and then purges its self for 30 seconds. This allows the microprocessor to clear, and re-zero. The instrument then starts its cycle again.
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