Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) are a group of manufactured chemical compounds that contain chlorine, fluorine, and carbon.
- This group includes R-134A, R-12, R-22 and many forms of Freon. They are colourless, odourless, nontoxic, nonflammable, and stable when emitted.
- When they are emitted and reach the stratosphere, they break apart and release chlorine atoms, which destroy the earth’s ozone layer.
- some types of CFCs can cause unconsciousness, shortness of breath, and irregular heartbeat. It can also cause confusion, drowsiness, coughing, sore throat, difficulty breathing, and eye redness and pain.
Direct skin contact with some types of CFCs can cause frostbite or dry skin. When CFCs destroy the ozone layer, harmful ultraviolet rays reach the earth. Exposure to increased ultraviolet rays can cause skin cancer, cataracts, and weakened immune systems.
|Measurement Range||0 to 999 PPM|
|Operating Temperature||0 to 55oC|
|Display Mode||Digital display with seven segment screen|
|Alarming Method||Automatic Alarming|
|Sound Level||>80 Db|
|Power Supply Models||230 Volts AC – TPGS0801AM1P|
|24 Volts DC – TPGS0801BM1P|
|12 Volts DC – TPGS0801CM1P|
|Current||<150 mA (In measuring condition)|
|<75 mA (In non-measuring condition)|
LED INDICATOR INDICATION AND BUTTON OPERATION
|GREEN LED||POWER light (shows Detector power ON)|
|BLUE LED||ACTIVE light (shows Detector working properly)|
|YELLOW LED||FAULT light (shows sensor is faulty)|
|RED LED||ALARM light (GAS concentration is above the preset level)|