Halocarbon refrigerant gas leak detector

Murco’s MGS-IR-RS infra-red refrigerant gas leak detector detects the most common halocarbon refrigerant gases from -20 to +50°C at a fraction of the cost of many competing products. They include R134a, R407C and R22. This fixed detector is immune to cross infection from other gases as well as changes in temperature and humidity. Modbus communication provides easy integration with monitoring systems.

The MGS-IR-RS transmitter combined with the MGS controller provides a complete system for detecting gases. The controller is available with up to six channels with one or two alarm levels. Each controller has LEDs to show which channel is in alarm. On-board relays can be used to activate fans, external alarms or connect to a BMS.

Sensor life is eight to 10 years.

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