BRASCH Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) Detector and Nitrogen Dioxide Transmitter
combine safety and energy savings. A common producer of NO2 is diesel engine
exhaust. Diesel exhaust is a known cancer causing agent as reported in the
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services'
Bulletin 50. In
accordance with recognized National Standards the permissible exposure limit
of NO2 is 1 PPM.
electro-chemical cell is required to measure such small amounts of NO2. The
GSE-ND detector's and transmitter's sensor is capable of measuring NO2 in
increments of 0.1 PPM. The easy to read digital readout continuously
displays present NO2 concentrations.
The Brasch Nitrogen Dioxide Detector has the capacity to accept
either one or two sensor inputs. Both signals may be remote,
provided through the use of Brasch Nitrogen Dioxide Transmitter(s) or one may be
integral (local), with or without a remote transmitter attached.
The Brasch Nitrogen Dioxide Transmitter is used to provide a
proportional analog signal to the Brasch Nitrogen Dioxide Detector, the Brasch
Universal Multi-Input Control Panel, a Direct Digital Control System (DDCS) or a Building Management System
(BMS). It is
also used in variations of Brasch Combination Gas Detectors that require a
remote NO2 sensor.