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SmartWireless Site Sentinel

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Overview

The SmartWireless® Site Sentinel is a lightweight, stand-alone transportable wireless gas detection system that can be fitted with either one, or a combination of electrochemical and infrared sensors to monitor toxic gases and/or combustible hydrocarbons in heavy industrial environments.

Designed for reliability in rugged environments, each system includes a tripod, network HMI, gas detection sensor(s), and alarm warning devices. An optional Sentinel SiteWatch provides remote access to system data via Ethernet or cellular communication. Power to the sensor assembly is supplied by a rechargeable Smart Battery Pack, disposable batteries or directly from HMI.

Flexible and expandable, a Site Sentinel network can include up to 32 devices and consist of any combination of wireless and/or wired sensors, one or more HMI panels and optional solar panels. Additional sensors and/or remote alarm stations on tripods can be added as needed to assure widespread alert to site personnel.

For more info, call our sales team on +44 (0)141 302 8302.

Key Features

  • Wireless/Cordless® design
  • Network capacity up to 32 devices
  • Line, battery, solar, and solar/battery power options
  • Wired and/or wireless configuration options
  • Environmentally bulletproof CXT sensors for detecting toxic and combustible gases
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