Quick, reliable and cost-effective detection of combustible gases and vapours in the ambient air: The Dräger Polytron ® 8310, which contains a durable, poison-resistant IR sensor, can also be integrated into your digital fieldbus system, thus providing additional diagnostic functions.
With its HART® ability, the Dräger
Polytron 8310 allows remote access using the Dräger PolySoft 8000 software for the quick and convenient evaluation of the instrument status. Integration in existing management systems (e.g. PactWare) is also possible using DTM. In addition, fieldbus systems such as Foundation Fieldbus or Profibus are supported by corresponding interfaces.
Dräger has been developing and
manufacturing sensors and gas detectors for industrial use for more than 40 years. And with each new instrument generation, we drive our measurement technology a bit further. With the Polytron 8310, you will definitely benefit from this experience and power of innovation. For the more
sophisticated DrägerSensor IR is also
traditionally manufactured by Dräger.
The housing has four mounting holes. Two different mounting sets are available for installing the Polytron 8310: a duct-mount and a pipe-mount set. This means that the transmitter can be easily installed
anywhere – e.g., on a smooth wall, a pipe or an exhaust duct.
The DrägerSensor IR offers several
benefits: technological advantages such as poison resistance and a long service life. Another asset is the significantly reduced maintenance expenditure, as compared to pellistors. The DrägerSensor IR offers a high reliability and outstanding performance features, e.g. in terms of response times and long-term stability.
On request, the Dräger Polytron 8310 can be equipped 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 electronics and the bezel form a
single unit. Simply pull them out of the housing. Then insert the three-wire cable into the terminals. Finally, plug the terminal block into the PCB.