Teta MiniDet is an addressable gas detector designed to sense propane-butane (LPG) concentration in public facilities (e.g. garages or parking lots) and meant as a part of Teta Gas Safety System. The detector is not an independent device but its operation is only possible after connection to the Teta EcoWent detector, which makes up a measurement station that enables simultaneous detection of LPG and carbon monoxide.
Key features and functions:
- Unique addressing of each device - The Teta Gas System offers easy and clear assignment and verification of addresses associated with every single detector. The Control Unit provides information about each individual detector separately for every single device.
- Two-wired bus - Both power voltage and data signals are transmitted via a single and commonly available two-wired cable, e.g. of YDY type – no twisted-pair lines, shielding screens, etc.
- Catalytic sensors – Catalytic sensors applied to measure concentration of Hazardous Gases guarantee reliable control for ventilation systems and alarms that warn about possibility of fires or explosions. The sensors are insensitive to moisture, temperature variations or presence of other gases.