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The most complete range of infrared (IR) gas sensors for CO2, SF6, hydrocarbon and refrigerant gases

Apr 01 2019 Read 623 Times

Non-Dispersive InfraRed (NDIR) technology is at the core of NET SRL’s DNA. Their cutting edge sensor technology is completely designed and manufactured at the N.E.T. headquarters in Milan, Italy and their staff are constantly working to extend improve and optimise their product portfolio. NET now offer the most extensive NDIR range on the market, including solutions for CO2 from ppm levels up to 100% volume, methane, propane and other hydrocarbons in explosive range (%LEL), SF6 in ppm range and refrigerant gases in ppm and LEL range

All sensors run on a microprocessor-based platform for internal signal processing, providing a linearised and temperature compensated output in digital and analogue format – this makes NET’s IR sensors the ideal solution for instrument manufacturers, even those without any specialist knowledge in IR technology.

NET’s sensors are SIL2 rated, for certified dependability (fail-safe detection) and undergo individual calibration and testing, for reliable measurements. Their extended temperature range makes them suitable for use in any environment. The sensors feature NET’s patented optical path technology and offer fast T90 response time, for critical and life-saving applications. ModBus or P2P digital communication provides ease of integration. These rugged sensors are house in a stainless steel enclosure and are available in standard industrial sizes (20 or 32 mm), to fit existing detectors. A low power version is also available, for use in portable applications.

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