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Traditional gas detection systems require crews to read and analyze gas levels locally. This can be costly, time-consuming, and prone to error. Our state-of-the-art fixed gas detection system offers real-time data and health monitoring through a cloud-based portal, allowing complete information retrieval from one screen. Whether you need to monitor a single field or a large, national fleet, our gas detection system provides real-time notifications and field service dispatch to keep your job running safe and on track from anywhere in the world.

FUNCTIONAL CAPABILITIES

  • Fully Wireless Gas Detection System for Any Design Needs
  • Battery Powered Detectors for No Hard Lined Connections
  • Easily Scalable from 1 to 24 Gas Detectors
  • 24/7 NOC Monitoring and Support
  • StaRComm.IO Cloud Portal Access
  • Audible, Visual, and Digital Alarm Notifications

MESHGUARD HARDWARE

  • Gas Detection Controller with IoT Gateway
  • Command and Control Center for MeshGuard System
  • Wireless 2.4Ghz Connectivity to Detectors
  • Security and Safeguards to Resist Tampering
  • Internal Back-up Battery (Up to 15 Hours of Operations)
  • Real-Time Data and Alarms
  • Native LTE Gateway

DETECTORS

  • STAR, MESH, and Star-Mesh Hybrid Network Design over 2.4Ghz
  • Designed to Sense Toxic and Flammable Gases
  • Transmits Sensor Data to Gas Detection Controller
  • Field Replaceable Sensors and Battery (Battery Life up to 6 months)
  • Intrinsically Safe
  • IP-65 Rated Housing with Magnetic Mounting Option
  • Manually Configurable PPM Percentage Thresholds for Company Specific Compliance
  • 1000ft Line of Site Range (Distance Can be Increased With MeshGuard Router)

ACCESSORIES

  • Rechargeable External Battery to Extended Run Time of Detectors (Class I, Div I)
  • Remote Solar Pack (Class I, Div I)
  • Wireless and Wired Alarm Bars for Visual Alarms

DETECTION CAPABILITIES

  • H2S – Hydrogen Sulfide
  • LEL – Flammables
  • CO – Carbon Monoxide
  • CO2 – Carbon Dioxide
  • O2 – Oxygen
  • NH3 – Ammonia
  • CI2 – Chlorine
  • SO2 – Sulfur Dioxide
  • Gamma – Gamma Radiation
  • C6H6 – Benzene