How to specify a standalone detector
incorporating the SafeCAL module
Each SafeCAL is custom programmed at the factory. A
SafeCAL order should be placed using a previously registered configuration
number or the SafeCAL Configuration
Form. (see Step 4)
1. (See Step
1 *) Select sensors by gas and type. Select sensor
accessories. Are dust covers or splash guards required?
Sensor and Accessory Part Numbers
2. (See Step
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 SLAM.
SafeCAL Part Numbers
4. The hardware is now selected. Fill out the SafeCAL
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)
5. (See Step
7 *) Select an owners manual for each gas to be detected as well as a
SafeCAL operations manual. Specify tags and engraving (if required). Tag
and Owner Manual Part Numbers
6. (See Step
8 *) Select spare parts. See table below.
7. (See 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. Calibration
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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