AVANSA 100 M - gas detector for methane and LPG
By installing a gas detector, you can prevent poisoning, suffocation, fire, or explosion. The detector can detect gas accumulation before life-threatening. Detection is local and is visual and audio.
If the detector is connected to a gas solenoid valve, it can be switched off in the event of a gas leak.
- 1 - Green LED (Power) indicates that the detector is operating
- 2 - Red LED (Alarm) signals gas detection
- 3 - Yellow LED (Error) indicates operating errors
- 4 - Test button, press this button to test the correct sound alarm function. If you want to test the valve closure, you must activate this function by following the procedure below. Just press the TEST button when the detector is not connected to the mains. Hold the button and turn the detector cable into the electrical socket. Release the button. Wait until the LED flashes. Now you can close the valve by hanging the TEST button.
The detector should be mounted on a wall 30 cm below the ceiling where it is designed to detect leakage of methane. Natural gas (methane) is lighter than air and accumulates at the top of the room.
For detection of LPG (butane, propane), the detector is mounted on a wall about 30 cm from the floor. LPG is heavier than air and accumulates at the bottom of the room.
- Supply voltage: AC 220V 50Hz
- Sensitivity: 10% L.E.L. (lower explosive limit)
- Response time: <30 s
- Energy consumption: in normal operating mode <1,5 W - alarm 3 W
- Operating temperature: -15°C - 50°C
- Humidity: <97% RH (relative humidity)
- Notification volume: >90 dB (decibels) at a distance of 1 meter from the detector
- Connection dimensions: 1
- Connection to 12V DC solenoid valve
- Polarity: white conductor (+) positive, black lead (-) negative
- Weight: 250 g
- Detectable gases: natural gas (methane), LPG (butane, propane)