Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) is a colourless, odourless liquid which readily evaporates into a gas.
Normally a dorant has been added to it to help detect leaks.
LPG may leak as a gas or a liquid, it is heavier than air.
LPG vapours can run for long distances along the ground and can collect in drains or basements.
When the gas meets a source of ignition it can burn or explode.
|Operating Temperature||0 to 55oC|
|Display Mode||Led Indications|
|Alarming Method||Automatic Alarming|
|Sound Level||>80 Db|
|Power Supply Models||230 Volts AC – TPGS0104AM0P|
|24 Volts DC – TPGS0104BM0P|
|12 Volts DC – TPGS0104CM0P|
|Current||<11mA (In measuring condition)|
|<7 mA (In non-measuring condition)|
|Operation Function||Gas shut off valve, Relay output for exhaust fan, Input to a central security system|
LED INDICATOR INDICATION
|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)|