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FIS3082-99NC-10/50

Gas Sensors

 
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    Manufacturer: Nissha-FIS

    Refrigerant (R410a) Precalibrated Module without case - concentration output

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    Description

    FIS3082 is the module for detecting refrigerants leakages. 

    This kind of failure has as consequence the release in atmosphere of  refrigerants gasses with negative impact on global warming (*). The FIS3082 module - calibrated for the R-410A applications - can easily be installed into any HVAC and refrigerating equipment. The embedded circuit contains the semiconductor gas sensor SB-43. Since the module is pre-calibrated at the factory, users do not need expensive and complicated calibration equipment and procedure.

    Main Features

    • Target gas: Refrigerant / Freon R-410A
    • Purpose: Safety / Environment
    • Use: Industrial gas leak detector / Home appliance
    • Supply voltage: 5 ± 0.25V DC
    • Output: single or double alarm signal provided with CMOS output
    • Alarm concentration (R-410A): FIS3082-00: single alarm @ 5000ppm - FIS3082-99: 1st alarm @ 1000ppm, 2nd alarm @ 5000ppm
    • Concentration output: SI
    • Water-proof housing: NO
    • High temperature: 120℃ for 10 seconds
    • Operating temperature range: -10 ~ 50℃
    • Storage temperature range: -40 ~ 60℃
    • Should not be exposed to organic solvents such as IPA, and silicon compound

    AVAILABLE Configurations:

     Models

    Target Gas

    First Alarm

    Second Alarm

    Concentration
    Output

    Case

    FIS3082-00NC-50

    R-410A

    5000ppm R-410A

    NO

    NO

    NO

    FIS3082-00C4-50

    R-410A

    5000ppm R-410A

    NO NO YES
    FIS3082-99NC-10/50

    R-410A

    1000ppm R-410A 5000ppm R-410A Available NO
    FIS3082-99C4-10/50

    R-410A

    1000ppm R-410A 5000ppm R-410A Available YES
     

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