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GDS  TMII-00-00-00/48-61-05/0-0

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VOC PID

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GDS TRANSMAX II Gas Detector with Local DELDRIN sensor head with a photoionization detector (PID) to detect VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) with range 0-50/0-300 ppm Isobutylene Equivalent with optional Alarm Relay Board (3x 5A SPDT) and RS-485 Modbus RTU, 4-20mA output transmitter.

Part# with Options:        TMII-00-00-00/48-61-05/0-0
Price with Options:        2,115.00

Options:    

Sensor Head (Bridge/mA channel)
(1) Sensor Head for GDS TMII (Bridge/mA channel)
Sensor Type (Bridge/mA channel)
(2) Sensor Type for GDS TMII (PID)
Output Options
(3) Output Options for GDS TMII
Conduit Entry Options
(4) Conduit Entry Options for GDS TMII

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The TRANSMAX II gas monitor delivers the latest in toxic & combustible gas detection technology, reliability and ease of use.

Widest Variety of Available Sensors

Built-in dual channel electronics allow the TRANSMAX II to support any GDS Corp sensor or any combination of one toxic and one combustible (bridge-type) sensor. Disposable DELRIN sensor heads with integrated sensors make maintenance easy. Fault detection circuity constantly monitors sensor inputs for missing or faulty sensors.The TRANSMAX EC maintains a record of sensor calibration data and calculates and displays an estimate of sensor life remaining at the conclusion of each calibration cycle.

Advanced User Interface

The highly visible backlit display and high intensity alarm LEDs constantly show alarm status, calibrated engineering values and programmable tag name; a trend screen shows alarm levels and the most recent 30 minute data values. An internal real-time clock and event log time-stamp calibration and alarm events for later review. A menu-driven operator interface using magnetic keys eliminates all analog potentiometers and allows complete setup and calibration without hazardous area declassification.

Flexible Output Options

In addition to standard dual 4-20mA current loop outputs, an optional dual isolated 4-20mA output board or an RS-485 two-wire MODBUS® interface with three 5A SPDT relays are available to communicate with controllers or drive local alarm indicators. When used with the C1 Protector controller’s MODBUS master port, multiple TRANSMAX II monitors can be daisy-chained up to 500m to minimize wiring.

Enhanced Security

Three operational levels of security allow the TRANSMAX II to be fully field configurable, partially restricted or completely restricted by way of user ID and access code.

Designed for General Purpose Areas

The TRANSMAX II is designed spe- cifically for general purpose areas where highly reliable gas detection is required. The enclosure is rated NEMA 4X and IP66/67 for outdoor use. A splash guard is available for the sensor if directed water spray is expected.

FEATURES

  • High quality gas detection for general purpose areas
  • Monitor both toxic sensors and LEL with one detector
  • Graphic display shows values, units, trend graph, alarm levels
  • Non-intrusive, prompted calibra- tion with programmable cal gas
  • Power-up and post-calibration delays eliminate false alarms
  • Backlit display for better visibility in low light conditions
  • Options for 3x 5A alarm contacts, isolated 4-20mA and MODBUS®
  • Security settings to lock critical parameters
  • Fault supervision circuitry detects failed sensor & transmits warning
  • Setup requires only simple magnetic wand
  • For toxic-only applications, see the TRANSMAX EC gas monitor
  • Manufactured in USA

TRANSMAX II SPECIFICATIONS
Power Input: 10-30VDC at < 3 watts with relay board. Additional power (4W peak) required for Arctic Monitor option.
Display Backlit 64 x 128 pixel LCD with 30-minute trend, bargraph and eunits.
Electrochemical Sensor Input Channel 1 accepts microamp-level signals from GDS Corp toxic & oxygen deficiency sensors
Bridge Type Sensor Input Channel 2 provides adjustable excitation voltage for SmartIR, PID and catalytic bead. Can be converted to 4-20mA input for use with GDS-49 or other standard 4-20mA source.
Standard Output Standard dual 3-wire 4-20mA current source. Max loop R is 750 ohms with nominal 24VDC power supply
Optional Output #1 Dual 1500CMV isolated 4-20mA current source. Max loop R is 650 ohms with nominal 24VDC.
Optional Output #2 Three Form C Relays 5A @ 30VDC / 240VAC plus RS-485 2-wire MODBUS® slave interface
Temp -25°C to +50°C (see sensor limitations)
Housing Polycarbonate housing with transparent cover. Stainless steel screws. Enclosure rated IP66/IP67
Dimensions Width 4.87” (124mm), Height 6” (152mm), Depth 3.75” (95mm) Shipping weight 3.5 pounds (1.6 kg)
Warranty 2 years from date of purchase on electronics and one year on sensors.

Gases

GAS OR VAPOR Ionization Potential(eV)
A
2-Amino pyridine 8
Acetaldehyde 10.21
Acetamide 9.77
Acetic acid 10.69
Acetic anhydride 10
Acetone 9.69
Acetonitrile 12.2
Acetophenone 9.27
Acetyl bromide 10.55
Acetyl chloride 11.02
Acetylene 11.41
Acrolein 10.1
Acrylamide 9.5
Acrylonitrile 10.91
Allyl alcohol 9.67
Allyl chloride 9.9
Ammonia 10.2
Aniline 7.7
Anisidine 7.44
Anisole 8.22
Arsine 9.89
B
1,3-Butadiene (butadiene) 9.07
1-Bromo-2-chloroethane 10.63
1-Bromo-2-methylpropane 10.09
1-Bromo-4-fluorobenzene 8.99
1-Bromobutane 10.13
1-Bromopentane 10.1
1-Bromopropane 10.18
1-Bromopropene 9.3
1-Butanethiol 9.14
1-Butene 9.58
1-Butyne 10.18
2,3-Butadione 9.23
2-Bromo-2-methylpropane 9.89
2-Bromobutane 9.98
2-Bromopropane 10.08
2-Bromothiophene 8.63
2-Butanone (MEK) 9.54
3-Bromopropene 9.7
3-Butene nitrile 10.39
Benzaldehyde 9.53
Benzene 9.25
Benzenethiol 8.33
Benzonitrile 9.71
Benzotrifluoride 9.68
Biphenyl 8.27
Boron oxide 13.5
Boron trifluoride 15.56
Bromine 10.54
Bromobenzene 8.98
Bromochloromethane 10.77
Bromoform 10.48
Butane 10.63
Butyl mercaptan 9.15
cis-2-Butene 9.13
m-Bromotoluene 8.81
n-Butyl acetate 10.01
n-Butyl alcohol 10.04
n-Butyl amine 8.71
n-Butyl benzene 8.69
n-Butyl formate 10.5
n-Butyraldehyde 9.86
n-Butyric acid 10.16
n-Butyronitrile 11.67
o-Bromotoluene 8.79
p-Bromotoluene 8.67
p-tert-Butyltoluene 8.28
s-Butyl amine 8.7
s-Butyl benzene 8.68
sec-Butyl acetate 9.91
t-Butyl amine 8.64
t-Butyl benzene 8.68
trans-2-Butene 9.13
C
1-Chloro-2-methylpropane 10.66
1-Chloro-3-fluorobenzene 9.21
1-Chlorobutane 10.67
1-Chloropropane 10.82
2-Chloro-2-methylpropane 10.61
2-Chlorobutane 10.65
2-Chloropropane 10.78
2-Chlorothiophene 8.68
3-Chloropropene 10.04
Camphor 8.76
Carbon dioxide 13.79
Carbon disulfide 10.07
Carbon monoxide 14.01
Carbon tetrachloride 11.47
Chlorine 11.48
Chlorine dioxide 10.36
Chlorine trifluoride 12.65
Chloroacetaldehyde 10.61
á -Chloroacetophenone 9.44
Chlorobenzene 9.07
Chlorobromomethane 10.77
Chlorofluoromethane (Freon 22) 12.45
Chloroform 11.37
Chlorotrifluoromethane (Freon 13) 12.91
Chrysene 7.59
Cresol 8.14
Crotonaldehyde 9.73
Cumene (isopropyl benzene) 8.75
Cyanogen 13.8
Cyclohexane 9.8
Cyclohexanol 9.75
Cyclohexanone 9.14
Cyclohexene 8.95
Cyclo-octatetraene 7.99
Cyclopentadiene 8.56
Cyclopentane 10.53
Cyclopentanone 9.26
Cyclopentene 9.01
Cyclopropane 10.06
m-Chlorotoluene 8.83
o-Chlorotoluene 8.83
p-Chlorotoluene 8.7
D
1,1-Dibromoethane 10.19
1,1-Dichloroethane 11.12
1,1-Dimethoxyethane 9.65
1,1-Dimethylhydrazine 7.28
1,2-Dibromoethene 9.45
1,2-Dichloro-1,1,2,2- tetrafluoroethane (Freon 114) 12.2
1,2-Dichloroethane 11.12
1,2-Dichloropropane 10.87
1,3-Dibromopropane 10.07
1,3-Dichloropropane 10.85
2,2-Dimethyl butane 10.06
2,2-Dimethyl propane 10.35
2,3-Dichloropropene 9.82
2,3-Dimethyl butane 10.02
3,3-Dimethyl butanone 9.17
cis-Dichloroethene 9.65
Decaborane 9.88
Diazomethane 9
Diborane 12
Dibromochloromethane 10.59
Dibromodifluoromethane 11.07
Dibromomethane 10.49
Dibutylamine 7.69
Dichlorodifluoromethane (Freon 12) 12.31
Dichlorofluoromethane 12.39
Dichloromethane 11.35
Diethoxymethane 9.7
Diethyl amine 8.01
Diethyl ether 9.53
Diethyl ketone 9.32
Diethyl sulfide 8.43
Diethyl sulfite 9.68
Difluorodibromomethane 11.07
Dihydropyran 8.34
Diiodomethane 9.34
Diisopropylamine 7.73
Dimethoxymethane (methylal) 10
Dimethyl amine 8.24
Dimethyl ether 10
Dimethyl sulfide 8.69
Dimethylaniline 7.13
Dimethylformamide 9.18
Dimethylphthalate 9.64
Dinitrobenzene 10.71
Dioxane 9.19
Diphenyl 7.95
Dipropyl amine 7.84
Dipropyl sulfide 8.3
Durene 8.03
m-Dichlorobenzene 9.12
N,N-Diethyl acetamide 8.6
N,N-Diethyl formamide 8.89
N,N-Dimethyl acetamide 8.81
N,N-Dimethyl formamide 9.12
o-Dichlorobenzene 9.06
p-Dichlorobenzene 8.95
p-Dioxane 9.13
trans-Dichloroethene 9.66
E
Epichlorohydrin 10.2
Ethane 11.65
Ethanethiol (ethyl mercaptan) 9.29
Ethanolamine 8.96
Ethene 10.52
Ethyl acetate 10.11
Ethyl alcohol 10.48
Ethyl amine 8.86
Ethyl benzene 8.76
Ethyl bromide 10.29
Ethyl chloride (chloroethane) 10.98
Ethyl disulfide 8.27
Ethylene 10.5
Ethyl ether 9.51
Ethyl formate 10.61
Ethyl iodide 9.33
Ethyl isothiocyanate 9.14
Ethyl mercaptan 9.29
Ethyl methyl sulfide 8.55
Ethyl nitrate 11.22
Ethyl propionate 10
Ethyl thiocyanate 9.89
Ethylene chlorohydrin 10.52
Ethylene diamine 8.6
Ethylene dibromide 10.37
Ethylene dichloride 11.05
Ethylene oxide 10.57
Ethylenelmine 9.2
Ethynylbenzene 8.82
F
2-Furaldehyde 9.21
Fluorine 15.7
Fluorobenzene 9.2
Formaldehyde 10.87
Formamide 10.25
Formic acid 11.05
Freon 11 (trichlorofluoromethane) 11.77
Freon 112 (1,1,2,2-tetrachloro-1,2- difluoroethane) 11.3
Freon 113 (1,1,2-trichloro-1,2,2- trifluororethane) 11.78
Freon 114 (1,2-dichloro-1,1,2,2- tetrafluoroethane) 12.2
Freon 12 (dichlorodifluoromethane) 12.31
Freon 13 (chlorotrifluoromethane) 12.91
Freon 22 (chlorofluoromethane) 12.45
Furan 8.89
Furfural 9.21
m-Fluorotoluene 8.92
o-Fluorophenol 8.66
o-Fluorotoluene 8.92
p-Fluorotoluene 8.79
H
1-Hexene 9.46
2-Heptanone 9.33
2-Hexanone 9.35
Heptane 10.08
Hexachloroethane 11.1
Hexane 10.18
Hydrazine 8.1
Hydrogen 15.43
Hydrogen bromide 11.62
Hydrogen chloride 12.74
Hydrogen cyanide 13.91
Hydrogen fluoride 15.77
Hydrogen iodide 10.38
Hydrogen selenide 9.88
Hydrogen sulfide 10.46
Hydrogen telluride 9.14
Hydroquinone 7.95
I
1-Iodo-2-methylpropane 9.18
1-Iodobutane 9.21
1-Iodopentane 9.19
1-Iodopropane 9.26
2-Iodobutane 9.09
2-Iodopropane 9.17
Iodine 9.28
Iodobenzene 8.73
Isobutane (Isobutylene) 9.4
Isobutyl acetate 9.97
Isobutyl alcohol 10.12
Isobutyl amine 8.7
Isobutyl formate 10.46
Isobutyraldehyde 9.74
Isobutyric acid 10.02
Isopentane 10.32
Isophorone 9.07
Isoprene 8.85
Isopropyl acetate 9.99
Isopropyl alcohol 10.16
Isopropyl amine 8.72
Isopropyl benzene 8.69
Isopropyl ether 9.2
Isovaleraldehyde 9.71
m-Iodotoluene 8.61
o-Iodotoluene 8.62
p-Iodotoluene 8.5
K
Ketene 9.61
L
2,3-Lutidine 8.85
2,4-Lutidine 8.85
2,6-Lutidine 8.85
M
2-Methyl furan 8.39
2-Methyl naphthalene 7.96
1-Methyl naphthalene 7.96
2-Methyl propene 9.23
2-Methyl-1-butene 9.12
2-Methylpentane 10.12
3-Methyl-1-butene 9.51
3-Methyl-2-butene 8.67
3-Methylpentane 10.08
4-Methylcyclohexene 8.91
Maleic anhydride 10.8
Mesityl oxide 9.08
Mesitylene 8.4
Methane 12.98
Methanethiol (methyl mercaptan) 9.44
Methyl acetate 10.27
Methyl acetylene 10.37
Methyl acrylate 9.9
Methyl alcohol 10.85
Methyl amine 8.97
Methyl bromide 10.54
Methyl butyl ketone 9.34
Methyl butyrate 10.07
Methyl cellosolve 9.6
Methyl chloride 11.28
Methyl chloroform (1,1,1- trichloroethane) 11
Methyl disulfide 8.46
Methyl ethyl ketone 9.53
Methyl formate 10.82
Methyl iodide 9.54
Methyl isobutyl ketone 9.3
Methyl isobutyrate 9.98
Methyl isocyanate 10.67
Methyl isopropyl ketone 9.32
Methyl isothiocyanate 9.25
Methyl mercaptan 9.44
Methyl methacrylate 9.7
Methyl propionate 10.15
Methyl propyl ketone 9.39
á -Methyl styrene 8.35
Methyl thiocyanate 10.07
Methylal (dimethoxymethane) 10
Methylcyclohexane 9.85
Methylene chloride 11.32
Methyl-n-amyl ketone 9.3
Monomethyl aniline 7.32
Monomethyl hydrazine 7.67
Morpholine 8.2
n-Methyl acetamide 8.9
N
1-Nitropropane 10.88
2-Nitropropane 10.71
Naphthalene 8.12
Nickel carbonyl 8.27
Nitric oxide, (NO) 9.25
Nitrobenzene 9.92
Nitroethane 10.88
Nitrogen 15.58
Nitrogen dioxide 9.78
Nitrogen trifluoride 12.97
Nitromethane 11.08
Nitrotoluene 9.45
p-Nitrochloro benzene 9.96
O
Octane 9.82
Oxygen 12.08
Ozone 12.08
P
1-Pentene 9.5
1-Propanethiol 9.2
2,4-Pentanedione 8.87
2-Pentanone 9.38
2-Picoline 9.02
3-Picoline 9.02
4-Picoline 9.04
n-Propyl nitrate 11.07
Pentaborane 10.4
Pentane 10.35
Perchloroethylene 9.32
Pheneloic 8.18
Phenol 8.5
Phenyl ether (diphenyl oxide) 8.82
Phenyl hydrazine 7.64
Phenyl isocyanate 8.77
Phenyl isothiocyanate 8.52
Phenylene diamine 6.89
Phosgene 11.77
Phosphine 9.87
Phosphorus trichloride 9.91
Phthalic anhydride 10
Propane 11.07
Propargyl alcohol 10.51
Propiolactone 9.7
Propionaldehyde 9.98
Propionic acid 10.24
Propionitrile 11.84
Propyl acetate 10.04
Propyl alcohol 10.2
Propyl amine 8.78
Propyl benzene 8.72
Propyl ether 9.27
Propyl formate 10.54
Propylene 9.73
Propylene dichloride 10.87
Propylene imine 9
Propylene oxide 10.22
Propyne 10.36
Pyridine 9.32
Pyrrole 8.2
Q
Quinone 10.04
S
Stibine 9.51
Styrene 8.47
Sulfur dioxide 12.3
Sulfur hexafluoride 15.33
Sulfur monochloride 9.66
Sulfuryl fluoride 13
T
o-Terphenyls 7.78
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloro-1,2- difluoroethane (Freon 112) 11.3
1,1,1-Trichloroethane 11
1,1,2-Trichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane (Freon 113) 11.78
2,2,4-Trimethyl pentane 9.86
o-Toluidine 7.44
Tetrachloroethane 11.62
Tetrachloroethene 9.32
Tetrachloromethane 11.47
Tetrahydrofuran 9.54
Tetrahydropyran 9.25
Thiolacetic acid 10
Thiophene 8.86
Toluene 8.82
Tribromoethene 9.27
Tribromofluoromethane 10.67
Tribromomethane 10.51
Trichloroethene 9.45
Trichloroethylene 9.47
Trichlorofluoromethane (Freon 11) 11.77
Trichloromethane 11.42
Triethylamine 7.5
Trifluoromonobromo-methane 11.4
Trimethyl amine 7.82
Tripropyl amine 7.23
V
o-Vinyl toluene 8.2
Valeraldehyde 9.82
Valeric acid 10.12
Vinyl acetate 9.19
Vinyl bromide 9.8
Vinyl chloride 10
Vinyl methyl ether 8.93
W
Water 1 2.59
X
2,4-Xylidine 7.65
m-Xylene 8.56
o-Xylene 8.56
p-Xylene 8.45

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GDS-48-1-61-06 (347) GDS  GDS-48-1-61-06

GDS GDS-48 Remote Gas Detector Transmitter with Stainless steel sensor head configured with Photoionization Detector (PID) for VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds). 3-Wire Bridge Output. CSA Certified for Div. 1 Explosion Proof.

  

$1,695.00        

 
GMII-00-000-00/01-061-05/0-0 (609) GDS  GMII-00-000-00/01-061-05/0-0

GDS GASMAX II PID 3-Wire Gas Detector with a photoionization detector (PID) to detect VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) with range 0-50/0-300 ppm Isobutylene Equivalent, 4-20 mA output transmitter with optional Alarm Relay Board (3x 5A SPDT) and RS-485 Modbus RTU.

  

$2,445.00        

 
C2-01-061-05/00-000-00/0-0-0-0-0/0-0 (382) GDS  C2-01-061-05/00-000-00/0-0-0-0-0/0-0

GDS C2 2-Channel Gas Detector Integral Alarm Controller with local DELRIN sensor head with PID (Photoionization Detector) integrated sensor for VOC with range 0-50 to 0-300 ppm with standard 2x 5A SPDT relays, with optional visual-audible alarm, in standard CSA approved, Class I, Division 2 - NEMA 4X non-metallic enclosure 120 VAC, ready to use. With second channel available for optional sensor for EC/Toxic, catalytic, IR or PID sensors.Pushbutton Zero and Span calibration for direct sensors.

  

$2,850.00        

 
FAXSXBXX-3000D (5955) ION SCIENCE  FAXSXBXX-3000D

Ion Science Falco Fixed Detector for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in condensing atmospheres and extreme weather. PID sensor. Pumped or diffused versions available. Includes Multi-coloured status display and long-life lamp. ATEX, IECEx, UL and CSA approvals.

  

$3,018.40        

 
967-P15520-010 (6066) DETCON  967-P15520-010

Detcon PI-700 Universal "Smart" Gas Sensor with Photo Ionization Detector (PID) technology for VOC 0-10ppm to 0-5000ppm. 4-20mA and Modbus RS-485 outputs. 316 Stainless Steel Housing. Built-in numeric display. Water-Proof, Corrosion-Proof and Vibration-Proof. NEMA4X. IP66. CSA (Class I Div 1) and ATEX Approvals.

  

 

 
D03-0009-000 (4307) HONEYWELL  D03-0009-000

Honeywell RAEGuard 2 PID Photoionization Detector for VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds). 10 to 28 VDC. 4-20mA three-wire and RS-485 Modbus outputs. Explosion-proof stainless-steel enclosure. Graphic display. LED light status indicator. IP65. UL approved for Class I Div 1. (Zone 1). ATEX and IECEx also available.

  

$5,206.95        

 
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