What are the characteristics of household gas detectors?
Introduction of Household Gas Detector
Jingxunchang’s JXBS-4001 series household gas detector adopts the latest digital integrated circuit technology. And international gas-sensitive detection technology to design a brand-new intelligent gas detector. The development of household gas detectors allows the leakage process to be detected at an early stage. It is widely used in industrial safety monitoring, indoor air quality testing, hazardous substance testing, and environmental protection monitoring. Aiming at the key links in the process of disaster incubation, occurrence, and development. Disrupting the chain development chain is an important link in the technical system of safety accident prevention and control. JXBS-4001 uses a large-size full-color LCD display to display the readings in real time.
For the probe, a well-known brand manufacturer in the industry is selected. Relying on years of gas transmitter research and development experience, it uses a mature, stable and long-life probe solution.
Introduction of household gas detectors
The household gas detector can detect 1-4 kinds of gases at the same time. And the manufacturer can customize the type of gas to be detected according to the needs of customers. There are many kinds of units, including ppm, mg/m3, Vol%, LEL%, ppb and many other units to switch freely. It has a rich man-machine interface and a full-color interface designed based on the latest embedded ideas, which can query. Record, and display gas data in real time. It has three gas concentration display modes, gas single digital + meter display, multi-gas collective display, and optional real-time curve display. Optional data storage function, supports up to 100,000 data storage functions, can export data to a computer through Excel. And perform printing, editing, and icon display functions. With sound and light alarm function, it can prompt quickly and effectively.
The portable four-in-one gas detector is widely used in petrochemical, environmental protection, metallurgy, mining, agriculture, experiment, surveying and mapping industries.