GD-4000 Multi-Channel Gas Leak Detector
The GD-4000 hazardous gas detector is an advanced system designed primarily for the water and waste water treatment industries. The device is designed to quickly and efficiently detect the presence of hazardous gases such as chlorine, sulfur, ammonia, and more helping to protect workers and the environment from potential hazards.
Featuring advanced sensor technology and intuitive touch screen controls, the GD-4000 gas detector provides real-time alerts to the presence of hazardous gas levels, enabling prompt action in the event of a leak or other emergency. With a rugged, durable design and easy-to-read display, our chlorine gas detector is the ideal choice for any organization looking to improve workplace safety and compliance.
The GD-4000 gas detector features a 4-20mA output signal for each sensor, which allows for easy integration with other control systems and devices. Additionally, our device has the ability to support multiple sensors, providing comprehensive coverage of large areas or multiple points of potential risk. With our hazardous gas detector, you can rest assured that you’ll receive accurate and reliable readings, as well as the flexibility to customize your system to meet your unique needs.
In addition to its advanced sensor technology and flexible output capabilities, the GD-4000 gas detector also features a user-friendly touch screen display. Whether you’re an experienced operator or a novice user, our touch screen display ensures that you can easily monitor and control your hazardous gas detection system with confidence and ease.
- Alarms in presence of target gas (chlorine, sulfur dioxide, ammonia, or other)
- Up to four sensor inputs
- Simple field programmable alarms and range settings
- Back-lit color touchscreen display of gas concentration
- Simple, fast calibration in engineering units
- Integral audible and visual alarms
- 4-20 mAdc output for each sensor
- Battery backup (optional)
- Profibus communication (optional)
- 24 V DC power supply (optional)