g7 quad-gas cartridge sensor options

G7 SUPPORTS TWO, THREE, FOUR — AND SOON, FIVE-GAS CONFIGURATIONS

G7 Quad-gas Cartridge configuration is straightforward, supporting two, three and four gas options. In the future, the Quad-gas Cartridge will also support five-gas options with the upcoming introduction of a dual-toxic carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide (COSH) sensor.

Customers have the option to choose an oxygen sensor, a combustible gas sensor and up to three toxic gas sensors. To support three toxic gases, Toxic Gas Sensor 1 must use a dual-toxic hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and carbon monoxide (CO) sensor, when it launches.

This article provides an overview of how you can select combinations of gas sensors. The G7 Quad-gas Cartridge features four sensor positions, each with a range of sensor options. Each sensor is provided a one-character designation that helps to select the correct part number.

COMBUSTIBLE GAS SENSOR

  • Lower explosive limit (LEL) — Infrared: I
  • Lower explosive limit (LEL) — pellistor: P
  • None: X

OXYGEN SENSOR

  • Oxygen (O2): O
  • None: X

TOXIC GAS SENSOR ONE

  • Ammonia (NH3): A
  • Dual-toxic (H2S/CO) — available July, 2018: D
  • Hydrogen sulfide (H2S): H
  • Chlorine (Cl2): L
  • Carbon monoxide (CO): M
  • Hydrogen-resistant CO (CO-H): R
  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2): S
  • None: X

TOXIC GAS SENSOR TWO

  • Ammonia (NH3): A
  • Carbon dioxide (CO2): C
  • Hydrogen sulfide (H2S): H
  • Chlorine (Cl2): L
  • Carbon monoxide (CO): M
  • Hydrogen-resistant CO (CO-H): R
  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2): S
  • Volatile organic compounds (VOC) — photo-ionization detector: V
  • None: X

OVERVIEW

Selecting G7 gas sensor options is an easy four-step process.

  1. Select an oxygen sensor if required
  2. Select your preferred combustible gas sensor
  3. In Toxic Gas Sensor 1 position, starting at the top of the table, select the first toxic gas that you require (or dual-toxic sensor)
  4. Choose your last toxic gas option for the Toxic Gas Sensor 2 position

Blackline Safety G7 Quad-gas Cartridge Configuration

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