gas master owners manual - Cole

gas master owners manual - Cole
GAS MASTER
SBG-200G
MONITOR FOR TOXIC &
COMBUSTIBLE GASES
OWNERS MANUAL
Version F
$7.50
INDEX
LIMITED WARRANTY .......................................................... 4
WARNINGS .......................................................................... 5
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..................................................... 6
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ................................................... 6
CALIBRATION AND REPAIR ............................................... 6
OPERATING CONTROLS AND INDICATORS .................... 7
Meter .................................................................. 7
Light & Sound Alarms ........................................ 7
Three Position Control Switch ........................... 7
Relay Control ..................................................... 7
Sensor ............................................................... 7
Power Light ........................................................ 7
Mounting ............................................................ 7
Drawing: SBG-200 GAS MASTER ...................................... 9
START-UP ......................................................................... 10
HOLD/RECOVER MODE ................................................... 11
RELAY CONTACTS ........................................................... 11
DRAWING OF SBG INSIDE ............................................... 12
ADJUSTING THE SENSITIVITY ........................................ 14
SIMPLE PROCEDURE FOR CALIBRATION ................... 15
SENSOR DESCRIPTION ................................................... 16
TYPICAL ALARM WIRING DIAGRAM ............................. 18
OPERATING CIRCUIT ..................................................... 19
COMMON SBG SETPOINTS ............................................ 20
SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................. 21
OPTIONS & PARTS LIST .................................................. 22
RELATED PRODUCTS ..................................................... 23
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CONGRATULATIONS! You have purchased the most costeffective gas monitor available. Your monitor is:
FLEXIBLE
1. Isolated contacts and alarms allow monitor to operate as its
own system or as the sensing portion of a central system.
2. Meter provides a real time indication of the gas concentrations
your monitor is sensing in relation to the trigger point it is
calibrated to.
NOTE: The meter display is not linear and is intended to
show trends rather than measurements.
3. Automatic 12 second alarm delay reduces annoying false
alarms.
EASY
1. Plugs into 110v outlet, no installation is necessary.
2. One switch controls all user functions.
3. Can be wall mounted for permanent installation, or moved from
area to area as required.
©
2012 American Gas & Chemical Co., Ltd.
900026F
All rights reserved
Printed in the United States.
This publication may not be reproduced, stored in a retrieval
system or transmitted in whole or in part, in any form or by any
means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of American Gas &
Chemical Co., Ltd., 220 Pegasus Avenue, Northvale, NJ 07647.
SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 3
LIMITED WARRANTY
This American Gas & Chemical
Co., Ltd., (AGC) Warranty extends to the original purchaser of
the instrument.
WARRANTY DURATION
This instrument is warranteed to
the original purchaser for a period of one (1) year from the original purchase date.
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER
THE FOLLOWING WARRANTY
IS MADE IN LIEU OF ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS OF PURPOSE.
AGC SHALL UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES, AND NOT
WITHSTANDING ANY FAILURE
OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF
THE PRODUCT OR OF ANY
LIMITED REMEDY, BE LIABLE
FOR COSTS OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE PRODUCTS OR SERVICES, OR FOR
ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHETHER
BASED UPON CONTRACT,
TORT, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL
THEORY, INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, ANY LOST
PROFITS OR ANY THIRD
PARTY CLAIMS AGAINST THE
USER
(ORIGINAL PURCHASER) ARISING FROM THE
SYSTEM’S OR AGC’s PERFORMANCE
OR
NONPERFORMANCE.
LIMITED WARRANTY
American Gas and Chemical
Company Ltd. (AGC) warrants
the products manufactured by
AGC to be free from defects in
workmanship or material under
normal use and service for one
(1) year from the date of shipment. AGC’s only obligation
shall be to repair or replace
free of charge any component
which fails during the warranty
period, providing the failure has
been promptly reported in writing to AGC. Final determination
of the responsibility for
malfunctioning products will be
made by AGC. The warranty
which is received by AGC for
products which AGC does not
manufacture but resells, for example; power supplies or gas
mixtures, is passed on to the user
without change or responsibility
by AGC. In some instances, these
warranties are for less than one
year.
The user assumes all liability for
the misuse of the products by its
employees or by other personnel. All warranties are contingent
upon proper use in the application for which the product was
intended. The warranty does not
cover products which have been
modified or repaired without
AGC’s written approval, or which
have been subjected to neglect,
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WARNINGS
accident, improper installation,
improper or long storage, improper application, or calibration
or on which the original identification marks have been removed.
If products are suspected of being damaged or defective, do not
install or operate. Call AGC Customer Service for a return authorization number (RA#). Damaged
or defective products should be
shipped prepaid, with the return
authorization number plainly visible on the outside of the carton,
to the AGC plant or to the authorized repair service center specified by AGC Customer Service.
ADDITIONAL WARRANTY DISCLAIMER
The more frequently a system
is calibrated, the greater will be
the system’s reliability. For the
highest reliability, a completely
redundant system is necessary.
EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY
PROVIDED ABOVE, AMERICAN GAS AND CHEMICAL
COMPANY LTD. DISCLAIMS
ALL OTHER WARRANTIES
WITH REGARD TO THE PRODUCTS AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE OR RESPONSIBLE FOR
ANY LOSS, DAMAGE, OR LIABILITY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL ARISING
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION
WITH THE SALE, USE/MISUSE,
PERFORMANCE OR THE INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCTS BY THE USER.
This manual furnishes guidance
to the informed user on how to
install, operate, calibrate and service the SBG-200. It cannot take
the place of good engineering
judgment. The user must bear
the ultimate responsibility to ensure that the system meets their
needs and the requirements of
the applicable regulating agency(s) having jurisdiction for the
particular location.
DO NOT IGNORE ANY GAS
ALARM CONDITION.
Read and understand this manual
before operating or servicing. For
safety reasons this equipment
must be operated and serviced
by qualified personnel only. Off
scale or high readings may indicate explosive or lethal gas concentrations. This equipment is
not explosion proof and is not
intended for hazardous locations.
FOLLOW YOUR EMPLOYER'S
SAFETY PROCEDURES IF
UNIT ALARMS.
DO NOT USE DEVICE IN TEMPERATURES OVER 120OF OR
UNDER -10OF.
DO NOT USE DEVICE AFTER
SUBMERSION OR SEVERE
IMPACT UNLESS IT FIRST HAS
BEEN EXAMINED AND RECALIBRATED BY TRAINED REPAIR
PERSONNEL.
These suggestions are based on
information we believe to be reliable. They are offered in good
faith but without guarantee.
SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 5
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
Your monitor is equipped with a
2-prong plug-in power supply.
This plug /power supply is intended to be used with a normal
110 volt AC outlet. It converts
110Volt AC to 8.5 volt DC and
supplies 250 mA of current to
the unit. Your monitor should
initially be warmed up for 24
hours before reliable operation
can be expected. If the unit
should be unplugged or temporarily lose power, up to one hour
may be required to restabilize
depending upon the amount of
time it was without power. Although we believe your unit is
very stable and that calibration
will be required infrequently, the
calibration of your unit should
be checked after initial installation and then periodically
(weekly for the first month,
monthly for the first 3 months,
and then at least quarterly until
the monitors performance under your operating conditions
can be established). Do not
smoke during calibration
checks, as this may produce
false indications.
GENERAL
DESCRIPTION
The SBG 200 is a solid state,
completely self contained, monitor capable of detecting a variety
of toxic and flammable gases and
vapors. Several sensors are
available which allow it to be calibrated to alarm at gas concentrations well below their lower explosive limit or OSHA ceiling. The
monitor provides its own visual
and audible alarms as well as
meter indication of gas concentrations. Contacts are provided
to allow it to connect to a central
alarm system or to turn on emergency apparatus.
CALIBRATION
AND REPAIR
Initial calibration is set by the
factory. A yearly service is available to recalibrate your unit and
clean the sensor. See the section in this manual "Simple Procedure for Calibration".
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OPERATING CONTROLS AND
INDICATORS
Meter
The high quality taut band meter
provides a continuous indication of the concentration of hazardous gas in the area. The
meter is divided into three separate zones of safety. Because
of the calibration requirements
of different users, the meter
needle on your monitor may not
always rest at the lower point of
the green zone even in clean
air. The meter is intended only
to register concentration levels
relative to the calibration point
requested. The red zone indicates concentrations of gas or
vapor above the danger level.
The unit’s alarm and calibration
point is set to occur at the border of the red and the yellow
zones. When the needle enters
the yellow or caution zone, your
unit is sensing gas or vapor
concentrations within 20% of
the calibration alarm point.
Light and Sound Alarms
When your monitor senses gas
concentrations at or above the
calibration point as represented
by the red zone on the meter,
the red alarm light will flash and
a high frequency sound alarm
built into the top of the unit will
sound. The sound alarm emits
a pulsating shriek. In order to
reduce false alarms, your unit
has a built in 12 second time
delay after an alarm condition
exists. If during this 12 second
period the gas concentration
falls below the critical level, the
unit will not alarm.
Three Position Control Switch
The black control switch on the
front of the unit allows you to
control three separate functions.
Stand-By: This function (the
switch in its bottom position)
allows the user to monitor the
atmosphere as indicated by the
meter, but cuts off all audible
and visible alarms as well as
the relay. Stand-by should be
used when the unit is being stabilized to prevent false alarms.
Stand-by can also be helpful
when checking the calibration
of the unit or when cleaning up
a hazardous condition which is
already known to exist.
Sensing: This middle position
is the normal switch position. In
the sensing position, your unit
is in full operation.
Reset: This top position is a
momentary setting which will
automatically move back to the
sensing position. The reset position is required to turn off the
alarms and to restore the relay
to its normal setting. Without
manually moving the switch into
reset, the alarm functions (if they
are set for latching) will remain
latched in the event they should
go on.
SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 7
Relay Control
Your monitor comes with a high
reliability relay circuit which can
be used to connect the monitor
to a central alarm system, turn
on a remote alarm, or turn on a
small emergency device. The
relay connection is located on
the bottom of the unit. This
relay does not provide power,
but instead acts as a switch to
turn on something which is already powered. This switch is
rated to withstand power up to
6.0 amps at 120 volts AC. A
mating connector is also provided which can be used to attach the relay to wires running
from the remote device.
Sensor
(see sensor description p12)
Your monitor uses a solid state
high reliability sensor which is
located either on the bottom portion of the unit enclosed in the
black housing or at the end of
the optional sensor extension.
Under most conditions your sensor is sufficiently protected from
dust and other contaminants. It
should give you trouble free service for many years. Several
sensors are available. Should
you wish to monitor particularly
hazardous or corrosive environments or locate the sensor at an
alternate point, the monitor is
available on an optional basis
with the sensor mounted on a
cable which can be extended
from the monitor up to a distance of 100 feet depending
upon the application. The sensor operates by diffusion. It is
very stable over time.
Power Light
The green power light on the
front of the unit indicates that
the unit is functioning when it is
lighted. Should it fail to be lit,
your unit may not be functioning. When restarting your unit
be sure to allow it to stabilize
again.
Mounting
Your monitor is provided with
rubber feet so that it can be
conveniently moved from location to location. Your monitor is
also provided with screw slots
on the back for permanent wall
mounting.
When wall mounting the unit or
when positioning the sensor, it
should be positioned as closely
as practical to the likely source
of leak. If this is not possible,
the unit or sensor should be
mounted at a height which is
consistent with the rising or falling characteristics of the gas to
be sensed. A template has
been supplied with this manual
for positioning of the screws
during installation.
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SBG-200 GAS MASTER
Pulsating Sound Alarm
Taut Band Meter
SAFE: Green
WARNING: Yellow
DANGER: Red
Flashing Red
Alarm Light
Power Light
Three Position Switch
UP:reset
MIDDLE: sensing
DOWN: standby
Sensor
Remote Function Contact
Has secure plug which prevents
accidental disconnects. Allows
connection to central panel or
to turn on remote alarms &
emergency devices.
Case
Rust proof Nema 1 case protects the solid state circuitry
from damage & yet is small
enough to be mounted
wherever needed.
Power Supply
Sealed 110v power supply requires simple plug in & supplies
the monitor with low voltage DC current.
Hold/Recover Modes
Jumper switch inside used to choose from latched relay
alarm or automatic reset when hazardous condition
is no longer present.
Sensitivity Adjustment
is inside unit in order to avoid accidental changes.
OPTIONS
Sensor can be mounted remotely from the monitor
Jack can be mounted for chart recorder output.
SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 9
START-UP
Be sure to read the description of the relay operation under the
heading “Relay Contact” (p8) and the Safety Precautions (p6) at
the beginning of this manual.
1. Determine the best position
for the unit and use the template
to place the mounting screws.
Mount the unit.
2. If your unit was ordered with
a sensor extention, locate the
sensor at the desired point and
choose a method that will secure it in place.
3. Place the sensing switch in
the sensing position. Plug your
unit into a normal 110 volt AC
outlet.
4. Check to be sure the green
power light is on.
5. Watch the operation of the
meter and alarms. The needle
on the meter should rise into the
red zone. If it stays there for
more than 12 seconds, the
alarms will go off.
6. Now push the sensing switch
into the stand-by position cutting off the alarms and relay
circuits. Within approximately
2 minutes the needle should
return to the green zone.
7. The unit will require approximately 24 hours to stabilize initially during which time it should
be left in the stand-by position.
During this period the remote
device or alarm may be wired to
the male relay connector supplied with your unit.
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HOLD/
RECOVER
MODE
RELAY
CONTACTS
Your unit has been shipped to
you so that when an alarm condition is sensed the alarms (light,
sound and relay connection) are
latched. This means that they
will not reset until the Three
Position Switch is moved momentarily up to the reset position.
It is possible to change the unit
so that it will automatically reset
when a hazardous condition is
no longer present. There is a
jumper inside the unit for this
purpose (see drawing on p 1213).
Your unit has been shipped with
the normally open relay contacts available at the output jack.
You may change this to the
normally closed contacts by repositioning the select jumper
(see drawing on p 12-13).
SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 11
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SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 13
ADJUSTING THE SENSITIVITY
Your unit was calibrated in a
completely clean environment.
Under the conditions of your
environment this could make
the unit too sensitive. Often an
environment can be perfectly
safe, but because of residual
cigarette smoke and other vapors your unit’s perceived sensitivity could be increased. One
indication of this could be a
needle which rests close to or in
the yellow zone during times
when are you completely sure
the gas you wish to detect is not
present.
BREAK THIS SEAL. On the top
edge of the circuit board is a
square potentiometer (R17) with
a screw which is not sealed. A
black line on the potentiometer
indicates the factory setting for
the screw.
If you wish to adjust your units
sensitivity setting:
Your unit may be adjusted on or
off the wall.
The remote alarm connection
should be disconnected but it is
not necessary to unplug your
unit.
5.After adjusting the sensitivity
of your unit and before closing
the face plate, a calibration gas
should be used to verify that the
unit is operating properly.
2.Remove the four face plate
screws with a Phillips screw
driver and tilt the face plate out
of the black metal housing. The
face plate cannot be lifted out of
the box completely nor should it
rest on the metal box. The face
plate when fully tilted will be at
approximately a forty-five degree angle to the metal box.
3.You will see several different
types of trimming potentiometers, each with a screw. All but
one are sealed with a brown/
red security seal. DO NOT
4.By turning the screw clockwise the sensitivity of your unit
will be decreased. A turn of
approximately 1/32 inch should
be sufficient. When the screw is
turned clockwise the needle on
the meter will move away from
the red zone.
6.Another method of calibrating
your unit would be to use a gas
(diluted in the air to which your
unit is normally exposed) diluted to the percent or parts per
million you require. With the
sensor exposed to this gas mixture, the potentiometer screw
should be adjusted so that the
needle on the meter just touches
the red zone on the meter.
7.After calibration the face plate
should be carefully replaced on
the metal box. Being careful to
make sure that all wires are
safely inside the box the four
screws should be replaced. Be
careful not to overtighten the
face plate screws.
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SIMPLE PROCEDURE FOR
CALIBRATION
Procedure and technique is very important. Use the chart to find
the right concentration to inject into the test container used for the
test.
MATERIALS REQUIRED:
1. A gallon glass or plastic
container (4,000 cc) (Container
must be clean,dry & unused)
2. Rubber stopper to fit top of
container
3.
10cc syringe with needle
(18 gauge)
4. Test gas
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Take syringe and pull sample
of gas from gas sample
container.
2. Use chart. Draw back to
10cc and down to 1cc as stated
for correct ppm desired.
3. Inject contents of syringe
into gallon container and wait
one minute
4. Place sensor head into test
chamber.
USE WITH 4000CC GLASS OR PLASTIC CONTAINER
AND 10CC SYRINGE
1ppm
2ppm
4ppm
5ppm
10ppm
25ppm
50ppm
100ppm
200ppm
250ppm
.1%
1%
2000ppm
10ppm/12%ETO
in 88% F-12
Charge
To
Draw
To
Evac Draw Evac Draw Evac Draw
To
To
To
To
To
To
4cc
8cc
1.6cc
2cc
4cc
1cc
2cc
4cc
8cc
1cc
4cc
40cc
8cc
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
3.33cc
10
1
10
1
1
1
1
1
10 1
10 1
10
10
10
10
10
SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 15
SENSOR DESCRIPTION
Our new sensors are solid state
devices operating electrochemically to detect gases.
a)These are sensitive to a large
number of toxic and all combustible gases. Though sensitivity
varies with the gas, detection
ability is in the few parts per
million. It cannot distinguish
between the different gases,
though it can provide a quantitative indication when only one
gas is present.
b)The sensor is intended to be
good for over 10,000 exposures.
c)The sensor cannot be ruined
by over exposure to gas it detects.
d)Sensor operation is not deactivated by humidity or normal
temperature variations.
e)The flashback arrestor operates effectively but the sensor
should not be put into hazardous locations.
f)The sensor operates effectively in oxygen deficient atmospheres. (Sensor does not “flood”
in high concentrations of gas).
The sensors are sintered bulk
semiconductors composed
mainly of tin dioxide (SnO2). The
semiconductor material and
electrodes are deposited on a
ceramic tubular former.
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The heater coil is located inside
the ceramic former. This coil
made of 60 micron diameter
chrome alloy wire, has a resistance of 38 Ohms.
The lead wires from the sensor
electrodes are a gold alloy of 80
micron diameter. The heater
and lead wires are spotwelded
to the sensor pins which are
arranged to fit a 7-pin miniature
tube socket. The pins can withstand a withdrawal force in excess of 5kg.
The sensor base and cover are
made of Nylon 66 conforming to
UL 94HB Authorized Material
Standard. The deformation temperature for this material is in
excess of 240o C.
The upper and lower openings
in the sensor case are covered
with a flameproof double layer
of 100 mesh stainless steel
gauze conforming to SUS 316.
Independent tests confirm that
this mesh will prevent a spark
produced inside the flameproof
cover from igniting an explosive
2:1 mixture of hydrogen/oxygen.
We do not warrant that the
sensor is explosion proof.
SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 17
TYPICAL ALARM WIRING
DIAGRAM
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OPERATING CIRCUIT
POWER SUPPLY
VOLTAGE REGULATION
SENSING CIRCUIT
SENSOR
TEMPERATURE
COMPENSATION
CIRCUIT
SIGNAL AMPLIFICATION
CIRCUIT
AMPLIFIER
TEMPERATURE
COMPENSATION
CIRCUIT
METER CIRCUIT
AUDIBLE
ALARM
CIRCUIT
FALSE ALARM
PROTECTION
CIRCUIT
VISUAL
RELAY
CIRCUIT
SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 19
COMMON SBG
SETPOINTS
GAS
SETPOINT
Acetone
Acetylene
Ammonia (NH3)
Benzene
Butane
Butoxy Ethanol
Butyl Acetate (n-Butyl Acetate)
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Ethyl Acetate
Ethyl Alcohol
ETO (Ethylene Oxide)
Ethyl Ether
Formaldehyde
Freon 11 (R-11)
Freon 22 (R-22)
Freon 500 (R-500)
Freon 502 (R-502)
Gasoline
Hydrogen
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
Isobutane
IsoPropyl Alcohol (IPA)
J-P4 (Jet fuel #4)
Kerosene
Methane
Methyl Chloride
Methyl Chloroform
Methylene Chloride
Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK)
Methyl Formate
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone (MIBK)
Methyl-T-Butyl Ether
Naphthalene
Natural Gas
Perchloroethane
Perchloroethylene (Perchlor)
Propane
Styrene
Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)
Toluene
1,1,1 Trichloroethane
Trichloroethylene
Xylene
1000 ppm (4% LEL)
750 (5% LEL) - 10,000 ppm
50 ppm
2-750 ppm
500-3000 ppm (20% LEL)
25-40ppm
100 ppm
50-200 ppm (200ppm)
400 ppm
1000ppm
1-20 ppm (10 ppm)
400 ppm
10 ppm
250 ppm
50-5000 ppm
100 ppm
150-1000 ppm
100-1000 ppm (7% LEL)
5% LEL (2000 ppm)
10-20 ppm
3600 ppm (20% LEL)
200-1000 ppm
1100 ppm (10% LEL)
2000 ppm (28.5% LEL)
2500-10000 ppm (5-20% LEL)
10-100 ppm
10-350 ppm
20-200 ppm
200-3600 (20% LEL)
100 ppm
50 ppm
200 ppm
150 ppm
5-20% LEL (2000-8000 ppm)
200-300 ppm
40-200 ppm
5-20% LEL (2000-4000 ppm)
1100 (10% LEL)
20ppm
100-2400 ppm (20% LEL)
10-350 ppm
40-50ppm
100 ppm
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply
Input: 110 Volts AC
Output 8.5 Volts DC (250 mA).
Dimensions
6 3/4"x4 7/8"x2"
Operating Temperature
-10oF to 120oF
Sensor Life Expectancy
10,000 exposures
(non corrosive vapors)
Relay
6.0 amps; 120 volts (max)
Circuitry
Solid State
Response Time
1.2 seconds
Weight
2 lbs (Shipping weight:2.5 lbs)
Alarm Delay
12 seconds
SPECIFICATIONS FOR AB-200
Voltage
12VDC, 24 VDC OR 120 VAC
Rated Current
0.080A
Sound Level
90dBA
Light Output
0.46cd SEC
Mounting
4 inch double gang box
Color
Red or White
SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 21
OPTIONS & PARTS LIST
When ordering the SBG-200 the gas/vapor to be detected and
desired alarm calibration point in ppm (parts per million) or %L.E.L.
(lower explosions limit) must be specified.
SBG-200G-01
Factory Calibrated Monitor for AC or DC
SBG-200G-02 Factory Calibrated Monitor for AC or DC
With sensor extension wire & assembly
Specify how long the wire should be when placing the order
SBG-200G-03 Factory Calibrated Monitor for AC or DC
With chart recorder hookup
SBG-200G-04 Factory Calibrated Monitor for AC or DC
With chart recorder hookup & sensor extension wire &
assembly
Specify how long the wire should be when placing the order
SBG-200G-06 Factory Calibrated Monitor for DC 12/24v
applications
SE-SENSOR
Sensor for sensor extension wire
AB-200-01
AB-200-02
AB-200-03
Sound and light alarm - 120 VAC
Sound and light alarm - 12 VAC
Sound and light alarm - 24 VAC
CC-200
Calibration for more than one gas
501-RA
Connection for Chart Recorder output
MC-200
Mating connector for relay
YR-200
Yearly recalibration & sensor
cleaning (renews warranty for one year)
PS-200
AC DC convertor (plug)
FC-200
Converts 200/240 VAC to 110 VAC
(uses European plug)
900026
SBG-200 Owners Manual
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RELATED PRODUCTS
CGT-501
CGT-701
Handheld, battery powered detector
for combustible and toxic gases
Handheld, battery powered detector
for halogen gases
Leak-Tec Toxic Gas Badges for gases such as
Ammonia, Chlorine, Carbon Monoxide.
Leak-Tec Bubble Fluids for locating Oxygen,
Chlorine, and other gas leaks.
American Gas & Chemical Co. Ltd. makes many products to find
leaks. Call for help with a specific problem. 1-800-288-3647.
AB-200 Sound and Light Alarm
SBG-200G Owners Manual Page 23
american gas & chemical co. ltd.
220 Pegasus Avenue, Northvale, NJ 07647
(201) 767-7300 Fax: (201) 767-1741
1-800-288-3647
www.amgas.com
Your SBG-200 was made in the U.S.A.
This owners manual is AGC p/n 900026F
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