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Tox-Box Portable Wireless Area Monitor

Mil-Ram's Wireless Tox-Box Area Monitor provides fixed system features packed in a rugged, portable instrument designed for dependable service under demanding field conditions. Wireless Telemetry transmits signal to Receiver base station for remote monitoring. Battery or continuous AC adapter operation.

Features

no false alarms Mil-Ram patented sensor technology
Available with any Mil-Ram Toxic, LEL, Oxygen or VOC Gas Sensor
On-board pump continuously draws gas sample across sensor
Rechargeable 12VDC sealed lead-acid battery
Rugged, weather-proof instrument enclosure
Alarm Relays: fully programmable
Buzzer and LED indicators of alarm status
Wireless data transmission to remote location
Regenerated 4-20mA output
Low battery indicator, Buzzer Silence mode, Alarm disable mode
Continuous advanced diagnostics

Specifications

Sensor Technologies Electrochemical, infrared, photoionization and catalytic
Detection Range Varies depending on gas type - ppm, %Vol and %LEL
Radio 902-928MHz frequency hopping, spread spectrum
Temperature Range -25 deg C to +55 deg C
Humidity Range 5-95% RH, non-condensing
Operator Interface Backlit LCD display and push button switches
Power Source Internal 12VDC lead-acid battery or AC adapter
Alarm Relays Low, mid, high and fault - SPDT rated 10 Amps.
Output 4-20mA, linear
Enclosure Plastic high impact copolymer. Dust, water, chemical resistant
Enclosure Dimensions 10-5/8in. W x 9-3/4in. H x 6-7/8in.


Gas Detectors - Fixed

Model TA-2100
smarter Gas Detector
(3 or 4-wire)

Model TA-2100
smarter Gas Detector
(Graphic Display)

Model TA-2102
smarter Gas Detector
(Loop Powered)

Economical Gas Detector
(without Display)

Gas Alarm
(Integral Alarms)

Open Path Gas Detectors


Control Panels

Digital Network Panels
Wall Mounting: TA-2016MB
Rack Mounting; TA-2016MB

Analog Panels

TA-2000 Six Channel
TA-2002 Two Channel
TA-2001 One Channel

Hybrid Panel
(Analog/Digital)

Gas Alarm
(Integral Alarms)

Alarm Stations

Hazardous/Non-Hazardous Areas