In this category you will find products which are intended to detect gases in HVAC installations:
- Garages and underground car parks.
- Halls heated by gas
EcoAlpa is a two-channel control unit designed to work with gas detectors with a 4 - 20 mA interface - it is responsible for visualizing the operation of the entire Gas Safety System and for developing appropriate output signals.
The EcoAlpa5 Control Unit enables visualization of the entire Gas Safety System and provides appropriate output signals for the system control.
The Alpa MOD LED8 Control Unit Module is a device designed to reads the signals in 4 – 20 mA standard, reads signals exceeding the warning alarm thresholds, indicates gas detectors damage (e. g., breaking a wire) and works with optical – acoustic signaller.
The Control Unit Module Alpa MOD LED1 is a single-channel control device designed for operation at
facilities with a risk of hazardous gases presence.
Teta MOD Control 1 is responsible for communication with Teta Gas detectors, processing field signals, indication of the system status for the operator as well as overall control of the system operation.
The Alpa EcoDet XT Gas Detector is an advanced and versatile device designed for detection of LPG (C3H8, C4H10) concentration in public access facilities, such as boiler houses, industrial shops and underground car parks.
The Alpa EcoTerm XT Gas Detector is an advanced and versatile device designed for detection of methane concentration in public access facilities, such as boiler houses and industrial halls.
Alpa EcoWent XT Gas Detector is an advanced and versatile device designed for detection of carbon monoxide concentration in public access facilities, such as underground garages and car parks.
Teta EcoDet gas detector are monitoring devices designed to check propane-butane (C3H8, C4H10) concentration in open-access confined spaces (e.g. boiler rooms, manufacturing or warehouse shops heated with gas-fired IR radiators).
Teta EcoN gas detector is monitoring devices designed to check nitrogen dioxide concentrations in open-access confined spaces (garages and underground car parks).