How to specify a standalone detector
Each SafeCAL is custom programmed at the factory. A
SafeCAL order should be placed using a previously registered configuration
number or the
Form. (see Step 4)
1 *) Select sensors by gas and type. Select sensor
accessories. Are dust covers or
splash guards required?
Sensor and Accessory Part Numbers
2 *) Select a transmitter (by gas) and a explosion proof SafeCAL
housing, one for each sensor.
Transmitter Part Numbers
3. Select a SafeCAL module that matches sensor selected. If
you need relays at the sensing point, select a
SafeCAL Part Numbers
4. The hardware is now selected. Fill out the
Configuration Form with the following information. The factory will
preprogram the SafeCAL to be configured for the following:
a. A stand alone or digital controller (4-20mA) or an analog controller (1-5mA).
b. The desired gas
c. The correct sensor
d. The desired scale range
e. A specific concentration of calibration gas
f. Alarm trigger levels for alarm outputs (SLAM if included)
7 *) Select an owners manual for each gas to be detected as well as a
SafeCAL operations manual. Specify tags and engraving (if required).
and Owner Manual Part Numbers
8 *) Select spare parts. See table below.
Step 9 *)
Order at least one SafeCAL calibrator. Choose a calibration kit and a gas
cylinder for each different type of gas to be detected.
8. If you would like to be able to program SafeCALs
on site, specify a SafePRO Programming Kit (p/n 363-120-01).
It connects to the
printer port of any PC.
Parts for SafeCAL Systems
||1 per 5 Points
||1 per 10 Points
||1 per 20 Points
||1 per 20 points
||1 per 10 SLAMs
||1 per 15 Points
||1 per 15 Points
|Calibration Gas cylinder
||1 per 15 Points/ gas
||1 per gas per system
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