D12

ATI D12 Digital Gas Transmitter

ATI D12 Digital Gas Transmitter

Description

The newest and most sophisticated gas transmitter in ATI's product line, the D12 offers features and options to meet every requirement.

Features

  • Optional relay outputs can be used for local alarm functions
  • Integral LCD indicates gas concentration as well as alarm conditions
  • Internal data logger stores measured gas values at user-definable intervals
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Every D12 Toxic Gas Transmitter will accept up to 46 different sensors, greatly reducing the need for multiple transmitter models. The self-aligning sensor holder simply plugs in, with automatic sensor recognition and verification when contact is made.

For many toxic and combustible gases, ATI offers a unique sensor response testing system unmatched by any competitive transmitter. Even outdoors in high wind conditions, the Auto-Test system provides reliable response checks to insure system integrity. Sensor response is verified with an actual gas sample, generated on demand. Generators store run time information accessible to operators, and are automatically tested for compatibility with the installed sensor.

D12 transmitters provide useful features that simplify installation, operation, and maintenance. From clear menu-driven setup pages to large numerical display of gas values, you simply can't find a more versatile transmitter. Gas concentrations are displayed in large, easy to read numbers. The display also provides alarm indication and complete menus for setting up operating parameters. Backlighting is available when operating in 3-wire mode.

Operating functions such as calibration, alarm setup, alarm reset, data view, and setup options are all available using a magnetic tool. It is not necessary to open the enclosure when making adjustments.

Transmitters are designed for operation in hazardous areas. The cast aluminum housing for the D12 transmitter is rated for Class 1, Division 1, Group B, C, D locations and is UL, FM, and CSA certified.

The transmitter is available with either HART or MODBUS protocol. The HART protocol supports the HART Universal and Common Practice Commands at 1200 baud using the Bell 202 FSK modem standard. The MODBUS protocol supports 9600 baud access to concentration and status information, and supports alarm setup and many other functions on either RS485 or RS232 (software selectable).
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