Quick, reliable and cost-effective detection of combustible gases and vapors in ambient air: the microprocessor-based transmitter is the result of more than 40 years of experience in measurement technology and contains a new, innovative IR sensor with drift-free optics. These optics are extremely resistant against deposits and insects in the beam.
Dräger has been developing and manufacturing sensors and gas detectors for industrial use for more than 40 years. And with each new device generation, we drive our measurement technology a bit further. With the Polytron 5700, you will definitely benefit from this experience and power of innovation. Its sensors are based on an open, double-compensated optical infrared system. This innovative design offers the following advantages:
Upon request, the Dräger Polytron 5700 can be supplied with three integrated relays. This enables you to use it as an independent gas detection system with two arbitrarily adjustable concentration alarms and one fault alarm. Audio alarms, signal lights, or similar devices can, thus, be controlled locally – without an additional cable between the transmitter and a central controller. The sensor signal can be evaluated using the 4 to 20 mA signal.
The transmitter settings can be changed and maintenance carried out without opening the housing. Declassification of the hazardous, classified area is not necessary. Use the magnetic wand to quickly and easily select menu items and functions. An additional hand held terminal is not required.
Each of the gases listed there can, for example, be cross-calibrated with vapors and preset gases, such as methane or propane. All calculations and linearizations are performed automatically.
The electronics and the bezel form a single unit. Simply pull them out of the housing. Then insert the three-wire cable into the terminals – either through the Ex-e cable gland or through the seal on the conduit. Finally plug the terminal block into the PCB.