The Analox Ax60+ system is designed to detect CO2 (carbon dioxide) to high levels of accuracy in environments that are at risk of raised concentrations of the poisonous gas. This starter kit consists of a high-resolution central display & monitoring unit, a CO2 monitor, and one alarm unit with a blue strobe. In-built relays can be used to activate extraction fans or close gas valves.
|Alarm set-points (EH40)||
TWA: 5,000ppm (0.5%)
AL1: 15,000ppm (1.5%)
CO2: 30,000ppm (3.0%)
Options: Set-points can be changed by user
White LED strobe with Blue filter, 100cd output
Quick Connect system
Central display unit: 106 x 175 x 67mm
CO2 sensor: 132 x 72 x 52mm
Alarm unit: 132 x 45 x 72mm
Backlit LCD dot matrix
Central display unit: IP54
CO2 sensor: IP55
Alarm unit: IP55
|Max Number of Devices per Display Unit||
Sensors: 4 x O2 / CO2 sensors per central display unit
Alarm units per sensor: Up to 4 x Alarms per sensor unit
Max alarms per display unit: Up to 8 x Alarms total per central display unit
0 - 50,000ppm (0% to 5%)
Fixed, wall mounted
System: -5°C to 50°C
2 x configurable relays rated for 250V AC / 30V DC, 3A max
NDIR - Nondispersive infrared CO2
Alarm unit: Minimum 80dB at 3 metres
|Start up time||
System: 40 seconds
System: 5 years on electronics and CO2 sensor
In most cases you do not need a CO2 detector or alarm system in your home. Though it is poisonous at higher concentrations, carbon dioxide is generally not produced in significant amounts by typical household activities – even gas appliances and open fires do not create levels of any real danger. The most likely scenario where it would be advisable is home-brewing in which CO2 cylinders are used. Some larger fish tanks and aquariums can employ the use of carbon dioxide too. If any of these describe your home then a CO2 monitoring and alarm system is highly recommended.
Yes! This version of the Analox Ax60+ features Quick Connect. This allows the easy, hassle-free addition of extra sensor and alarm-strobe units at any time after purchase of the initial kit. The central display unit allows for up to 4 sensors, and each of the sensors can take up to 4 alarm units. Each central display unit can support a maximum of 8 alarms in each system. This means, for example, you could have 4 sensors with...
Sensor A – 4 alarms
Sensor B – 1 alarm
Sensor C – 2 alarms
Sensor D – 1 alarm
...for the maximum of 8 alarms, but you could not have 4 sensors each with 4 alarms as this would come to 16 alarms. The maximums applied help to keep the system cost-effective while also suiting most scenarios.
|Product Code: ANAX60PKIT1B||
Available to order Expected dispatch: 1st Jun
£478.80 inc VAT
£399.00 ex VAT
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