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  • Ready-made gas sensor housing with built-in transmitter

Ready-made gas sensor housing with built-in transmitter

Sep 20 2019 Read 483 Times

The NET3 Cyber Head from N.E.T. is an ATEX/IECEx certified stainless-steel enclosure complete with sensor and electronics, designed to be used as a component of a fixed flammable gas detection system or as a full conformity standalone field device.

N.E.T’s highly reliable sensor housing/transmitter combinationis the ideal solution for gas detection system manufacturers who wish to source a sensor for their system, without draining resources of time and budget, or having to search for a readily available sensor solution. The NET3 also circumvents the need to design and manufacture a sensor head and then obtaining the requisite ATEX IECEx certification.

NET3 Cyber Head is a ready-made solution, offering a complete "sensor+ electronics+ housing" package to be integrated in your next gas detector project or even to be used as a complete standalone field device directly connected to a controller.

The units are available for the full N.E.T. comprehensive detection range sensor. The full Cyber version features 4-20mA output and RS-485 Modbus output, along with fault and alarm contacts.

For situations in which a stainless-steel enclosure or certification is not necessary, N.E.T also offer a non-certified stainless-steel housing, a certified and non-certified aluminium housing, and a non-certified nylon housing.

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