The SUPREMATouch features a large colour touchscreen display with a title-based menu structure to optimize intuitive operation. It can be used with a wide range of detectors for combustible gas, toxic gas and oxygen deficiency. Output options include relays and 4-20 mA outputs. Remote racks can be connected (satellite structure), which expands control systems and reduces cabling costs. Interfacing to external systems is provided by using Modbus or Profibus. The SUPREMATouch has been certified according to ATEX and is suitable for virtually any safety related application including redundant systems with up to a Safety Integrity Level (SIL) 3 rating (EN 61508). The intuitive SUPREMA Manager Software is intended for configuration, parameterization and calibration of the SUPREMATouch Fire and Gas Controller. It offers the option to create detailed and clearly laid out reports to support documentation and supports all the features of the SUPREMATouch. Note: This is a custom product. Please consult your local MSA distributor or contact MSA Customer Service for configuration details.
GasGard® XL Controller
Monitor up to eight remote gas sensors with the highly accurate wall-mounted GasGard XL Controller. The controller's large, multi-language LCD display provides real-time readings, offers full-system diagnosis and shows intuitive icons. Housed in durable, fire-retardant ABS plastic, the controller is suitable for a variety of chemical, industrial and waste water environments. The sensor also features a buzzer that sounds up to 85 dB.
ModCon 75 Touch Controller
Designed for use with the Ultima® X Gas Monitor with X3 technology, the pre-programmed ModCon™ 75 Touch Controller features a 7” touchscreen monitor for ease of use. The controller is self-configuring for monitoring up to 25 monitors for a total of 75 sensors. The compact unit allows for remote control of many sensor/transmitter features. The controller is suitable for all industrial, municipal, oil, gas, petrochemical, and HVAC applications.
Z-Gard® CXII Controller
The robust Z-Gard CXII Controller connects with a wide array of MSA Z-Gard Sensors, accepting up to 99 sensors. A large backlit LCD screen displays operating, alarm and fault diagnostic system status. Modbus RTU or BacNet MS/TP digital protocols are available for integration with building automation systems.
The 9010/9020 SIL controller comes with advanced design and innovative features for monitoring up to 20 channels. The 9010 controller operates with one independent sensor, while the 9020 operates with two independent sensors per control module. Each module comes with an independent AC/DC power supply for increased system reliability. Both units feature full internal diagnostics, which minimize false alarms and unexpected down time. The controller powers up the remote gas detectors, while its large four-digit LCD and LED provide crucial information such as gas concentration, alarm status and more. The 9010/9020 LCD controller monitors up to 20 channels and comes with an independent power supply. The LCD version has approvals for FM (North America) and CCCF (China) whereas the 9010/9020 SIL controller is ATEX and SIL 2 certified.
Z-Gard® C 485 Controller
For wide-ranging gas-monitoring needs, the economical Z-Gard C 485 Controllers are up to the task. The controllers connect with a wide array of MSA Z-Gard S Sensors, with controller models accepting up to 24 sensors. Relay outputs indicate warning, alarm or sensor fail for each zone, and units are available with one or two zones. A large LED readout displays the active channel and the corresponding sensor gas level.
Quad Gas® II Controller
Housed in a rugged, NEMA 4X enclosure, this microprocessor-based system links with up to four remote gas sensors. The large, four-digit LED display shows gas concentration and features four warning relays with one per sensor. The model also comes with four discrete alarm relays. Warning, alarm set-points and full-scale range of the sensor are set at the user-friendly keyboard, while a DC battery connection provides backup stability.