11:04 | 03/02/2017 Science - Technology
(VEN) - Infrared sensing technology for portable monitor leads to longer operating life, reduced maintenance and fleet-management costs
February 3, Honeywell (NYSE:HON) announced the BW Clip4, a new four-gas, portable monitor that once turned on can operate continuously for two years without the need to change sensors or charge batteries, helping customers boost safety compliance and reduce maintenance costs.
|BW Clip4 nhỏ gọn trong lòng bàn tay|
Ideal for oil and gas, wastewater, heavy manufacturing, confined space and other applications, BW Clip4 significantly reduces maintenance costs associated with fleets of portable gas detectors by eliminating repair work and the need to stock additional sensors and spare units. Because it’s always on, the BW Clip4 helps drive safety compliance by assuring that workers wearing the device are protected.
“The BW Clip4 operates on a fit and forget cycle-simply turn it on once and replace the detector two years later when the unit prompts you to do so,” said Ken Schmidt, VP/General manager for Honeywell Industrial Safety.
|BW Clip4 nhỏ gọn trong lòng bàn tay, giúp bảo vệ an toàn người công nhân|
Using non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) technology, previously available only in fixed-gas detectors from Honeywell Analytics, the BW Clip4 consumes 1,000-times less battery power than a catalytic bead (pellistor) sensor, the traditional technology used to detect flammable gases in a portable device. Other features include: Simultaneous monitoring of H2S, CO, O2 and combustibles (LEL); Real-time display for instant gas readings even in non-alarm conditions, along with current gas concentration level and changes in atmospheric conditions; Simplifies fleet management by generating record and compliance reports automatically (using Honeywell Intellidox instrument management system); and Internal test function alerts users when the product should be replaced.
For more information, please visit: http://www.honeywellanalytics.com/en/products/BW-Clip4