Honeywell Sensepoint flammable, toxic and Oxygen gas detectors offer users a high quality, low cost solution to their industrial gas monitoring needs. Installation in potentially explosive atmospheres is made by the use of a suitable Ex d or Ex e approved junction box. (Consider the Honeywell XNX Transmitter alternately Fluidic can supply with a low cost Bartec JB). The industry standard outputs from Sensepoint are connected to either a choice of Honeywell Analytics’ controllers (such as the Honeywell Touchpoint Plus) or 3rd party DCS/ PLC systems. Honeywell Sensepoint flammable and toxic gas detectors are certified to the latest ATEX/IECEx safety and performance standards.
Honeywell Sensepoint Catalytic Gas Detector Measurement types
Note that for light density gases, such as methane (natural gas) – where the sensor should be mounted at height – consider using the collector cone and gassing block (see photos top left)
Honeywell Sensepoint Catalytic Gas Detector Specs and Benefits
The flammable detector is available in either % LEL or PPM detection range versions and provides an industry standard mV bridge output. Typical life expectancy is greater than 5 years, after which the detector is simply replaced with a new one. The toxic detectors are supplied pre calibrated for easy installation and provide an industry standard 2 wire 4-20mA loop output. User connections are Ex d, while front end Intrinsic Safety (IS) design allows for easy exchange of the replaceable sensor while powered. IS design also removes the need for a sinter enabling very fast speed of response and detection of ‘sticky’ gases such as Chlorine and Ammonia. Honeywell Sensepoint has proven its suitability across a wide range of demanding applications by delivering high performance and reliability at an affordable cost.
Fluidic hold a distribution agreement with Honeywell Analytics. Our instrumentation engineers are product trained and able to help with instrument selection within the full Honeywell instrumentation portfolio. Please contact either office for more information (Glasgow 0141 641 5920 or Warrington 01925 572401)