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The SMART3 NC is a point gas detector purposefully designed for safe areas, with a specific focus on non-classified areas. This versatile detector boasts user-friendly features that ensure effortless operation and maintenance. Among its key features is an ongoing system self-diagnosis, guaranteeing accurate and reliable performance. Additionally, it offers flexibility with relay and Modbus communication options, supporting standard 4-20mA output and an optional 3 relay output, along with the choice of an RS485 interface for Modbus communication. Calibration becomes a breeze with the SMART3 NC, allowing seamless installation, maintenance, and calibration through the handheld keypad STS/CKD. The SMART3 NC encompasses various sensor types, including catalytic sensors, electrochemical cells, and infrared sensors, making it adaptable to different gas detection needs.
Crafted with precision, the SMART3 NC exhibits dimensions of H100 x W100 x D52 mm for the box, and H105.8 x W105.8 x D7.8 mm for the cover, all within a lightweight body of 0.25 kg. Its enclosure is constructed from durable polycarbonate, ensuring an Ingress Protection rating of IP55. This reliable gas detector operates on a power supply of 12-24 Vdc and supports analog 4-20 mA output. It optionally offers a 1 or 3 relay board, along with a serial RS485 output for enhanced communication capabilities. With operating temperature ranges varying depending on the gas being detected, the SMART3 NC can withstand the elements, ensuring accurate detection in a range of environmental conditions. It complies with EMC standards EN 61000-6-3:2007 + A1:2011 and EN 50270:2015.
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