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by Tanya Taylor

Introduction

The standard remote sensor kit (AS R10) and IP-rated remote sensor kit (AS R13) allow a sensor, connected by a CAT 5 cable, to be located up to 14 metres (46 feet) away from a monitor base.

Both kits are compatible with handheld monitors (Series 200/300/500) and indoor fixed monitors (Series 900/930).

Tools

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Parts

  1. The standard remote sensor kit (AS R10) comes with a circular base, a sensor adapter and a 2m CAT5 cable.
    • The standard remote sensor kit (AS R10) comes with a circular base, a sensor adapter and a 2m CAT5 cable.

    • It uses standard (Type 1) sensor heads.

    • The kit doesn't include the handheld monitor shown in this image.

  2. Plug one end of the CAT5 cable into the circular base and the other end into the sensor adaptor. Place the sensor adaptor onto the handheld or fixed monitor.
    • Plug one end of the CAT5 cable into the circular base and the other end into the sensor adaptor.

    • Place the sensor adaptor onto the handheld or fixed monitor.

    • Place the gas sensor head onto the circular base.

    • Turn on the monitor and start taking measurements.

  3. The IP-rated remote sensor kit (AS R13) comes with an IP41-rated enclosure, a sensor adaptor and 10m of CAT5 cable.
    • The IP-rated remote sensor kit (AS R13) comes with an IP41-rated enclosure, a sensor adaptor and 10m of CAT5 cable.

    • The CAT5 cable comes pre-connected through a cable gland into the enclosure.

    • The enclosure uses gas sensor heads that fit inside the enclosure (Type 2).

    • The kit doesn't include the handheld monitor shown in this image.

  4. Ensure the cable gland is tightened securely then connect the other end to the sensor adaptor. Place the sensor adaptor onto the handheld or fixed monitor.
    • Ensure the cable gland is tightened securely then connect the other end to the sensor adaptor.

    • Place the sensor adaptor onto the handheld or fixed monitor.

    • To place the gas sensor head inside the IP-rated enclosure:

    • Remove the enclosure lid.

    • Loosen the elbow nuts inside of the enclosure and slide the elbows outwards to make room for the sensor head connectors.

    • Plug in the sensor head, then slide the elbow connectors onto the sensor head connectors.

    • Ensure the nozzles are tightly secured on the inlet and outlet of the sensor head.

    • Turn on the monitor and start taking measurements.

Conclusion

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Tanya Taylor

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