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Sage Series III
Computerized Gas Monitoring

THE PLANT-WIDE SOLUTION FOR GAS DETECTION AND MONITORING PROBLEMS

  • Continuously monitors from 16 to 512 toxic and combustible gas detection points
  • Fully automatic alarm action with up to 512 remote and 32 local alarm functions
  • Automatically documents alarms, calibrations, and all other events in the system
  • Simple noninvasive one-person calibration
  • Rewire alarms and sensors electronically right on the computer screen.
  • Easy to use and configure
    Softwire system allows reconfiguration of alarms and sensors instantly on the computer screen instead of expensive, time consuming tracing, pulling and hard-wiring alarms or sensors.

  • Simple system operation
    Sage continuously evaluates the status of all sensors to determine if preset alarm conditions exist.
    Sensors feed analog signals through shielded cable to a nearby sensor satellite,which converts them to digital signals.
    Every event is recorded and prints immediately, complete with time/date stamp.

  • Accurate, Durable Sensors

  • Flexible Sensor Satellite
    Attach up to 32 sensor satellites to the data highway. Any sensor can be tied to any relay on the system.

  • Flexible Relay Satellite
    Attach up to 32 relay satellites, each capable of handling up to 16 dry-contact 117V SPDT relays, including alarm lights, horns, fire suppression systems, valves, gas dispersion fans, water deluge or other apparatus.

  • Comprehensive Monitoring and Reporting
    Monitors and records: all sensor alarms, all sensor indications (service, OK), alarm relays, adjusted setpoints, sensor events (online, offline calibrations), Satellite events, data highway events, printer events, system events.

  • Reliable Low-Maintenance, Low-Cost Data Highway Network
    Fully automatic network operation - no programming required. Replaces miles of explosion-proof conduit, utilizing just EFI/RFI immune twisted-pair wiring between relays and the central control computer.

THE MOST ACCURATE SENSOR-CALIBRATING METHOD IS ALSO THE SIMPLEST AND LEAST COSTLY
F
ield technicians need only a tank of gas and a walkie talkie to perform sensor calibrations.
The SAGE Series III has a short calibration time, and one-person reliable, automatic, non-evasive operation.

SAGE SERIES III CALIBRATION OVERVIEW
To reduce the per point cost of one-person calibration and enhance the calibration process, a new system for calibration called "SageCAL" has been developed and a patent applied for. This system eliminates any need for adjustments or for carrying additional calibration equipment. Declassification of the area is not required. Communication to SAGE is via the calibrator’s portable radio. SAGE monitors the UHF channel for any activity to be sure that it doesn’t key-up and transmit when the channel is busy. When clear space is confirmed, SAGE transmits a human voice message (in English or any other language) to the portable radio. This real voice message confirms your request to calibrate that specific sensor point and steps you through the calibration process. If you make a mistake or wish to discontinue the calibration procedure, you can do so by entering a cancel code. This process does not require any operator action at the SAGE Console. All data and status are logged into the calibration history log and are available on demand both visually on the system display and in hard copy from the system printer. A two digit code helps protect against unauthorized calibrations.

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