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Scott Safety unveils new universal gas detector

03.10.2014  | 

Meridian features hot-swappable plug-and-play sensors that make it easier to replace parts in hazardous locations, without the need to power down the instrument. The toxic and oxygen sensors are range-agnostic, allowing for a change in sensor range, without recalibration.

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MONROE, N.C. -- Scott Safety, a personal protective equipment and safety devices specialist, has announced the availability of Meridian, the company’s latest fixed gas detection solution. The detector is designed to support a full range of toxic and combustible sensors, including Scott’s standard and Rock Solid electrochemical, catalytic bead, infrared and a new metal oxide semiconductor sensor for H2S detection.

Meridian features hot-swappable plug-and-play sensors that make it easier to replace parts in hazardous locations, without the need to power down the instrument. The toxic and oxygen sensors are range-agnostic, allowing for a change in sensor range, without recalibration. 

Sensors can be bench calibrated in a lab and then installed in the field without the need for further recalibration.

The solution’s modular design, and support for multiple wired and wireless communications protocols, means it can be integrated into an existing infrastructure and future investments. Meridian has received global regulatory approvals and SIL2 certification from TUV-Rheinland.



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