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    Corrosive Gas Sensors

    Dust sensor
    Corrosive gasses may be present in the outdoor air. Through ventilation they may get into your facility. H2S & SO2 gasses are known to corrode electrical and electronic equipment resulting in an environmental risk for your facilitiy. NOx & VOC form another danger to your facility.

    Corrosive Gas Sensing

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    Thermal Camera Sensors

    Dust sensor
    Unlike contact temperature sensors or infrared spot sensors, our patented thermal image sensor looks at each bus bar individually and reports the hottest temperature for each of them. It can be mounted inside the equipment or on top of the IR window

    Thermal Camera Sensors

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    Temperature & Humidity Monitoring

    Dust sensor
    The ambient temperature measurement checks if your cooling is still operating and if the room has the desired temperature setting. Combined with the humidity sensors, it ensures that your equipment is running within limits.

    Temperature & Humidity Sensors

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    Water Leak & Ingress

    Dust sensor
    Water is the enemy of electricity. Inside switchgear the smallest of water due to condensation or other may result in catastrophic failure.

    Water Sensing Sensor & Cable

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    Ozone Gas Sensor

    Dust sensor
    When an arc flash incident occurs, then Ozone gas is released. The sensor can detect ozone gas within the switch gear equipment.

    Ozone Gas Sensor

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