TW-XP wireless single gas transmitters sense toxic, combustible, and VOC gases in a variety of environments. TW-XP transmitters utilize sensor elements from a variety of industry-leading manufacturers to ensure versatility, quality, and performance.
Sensor elements in TW-XP transmitters offer stability, longevity, response and recovery speed, resistance to fluctuations in temperature and humidity, chemical selectivity, poison resistance, linearity, repeatability, warm-up time, and alertness. The transmitter features a durable stainless housing with data logging capabilities and an RT clock. The device comes in four options: 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, UHF or UHV radio.
Ideal for hazardous locations, the transmitter has non-intrusive calibration, fast warm-up time, and independent dual sensors. To ensure proper maintenance, the TW-XP has a manual loop/alarm test, while also featuring a STEL alarm calculation for optimal safety.
The TW-XP transmitter also has an independent zero and span, dual relay alarm outputs, and an optional 5-relay board. Dual AUX analog inputs, digital input, IRDA data download are all benefits of this instrument as well.
It is versatile as it has a common board featuring various configurations, multiple radio options, AUX inputs and accepts a slave board to enable up to 5 relays and a 24V power supply board. Its durability is ensured as all transmitters are housed in an electropolished 316 stainless steel enclosure designed to withstand harsh environments.
Service and delivery are stress-free as Gastronics maintains a large inventory of boards, sensors and housing, with replacement sensors generally shipping 1 to 2 days. In the event of an emergency, packages will be hand-delivered to the FedEx office.
Gastronics, Inc. began in 1997 developing combustible and toxic gas monitors and licensed radio telemetry systems for industry. With over 20 years of experience, our experts provide companies gas detection and telemetry solutions fitting all their needs. To view our products, click here. For more information about the MPS gas detector, click here. If you have any questions or would like to speak with one of our specialists, contact us today!