Florida-based gas detection and safety monitoring company CO2Meter has released a new multi-sensor system, the CM-7000.
The new system will provide restaurants, breweries, agriculture facilities and other industries with the ability to monitor up to twelve sensors from an eight-inch touchscreen control panel.
“We took the most stringent US codes and developed a multi-sensor system that exceeds even the most rigorous requirements,” said Travis Lenander, CEO of CO2Meter.
“The CM-7000’s launch provides customers the ability to ensure compliance and safety while monitoring up to twelve remote sensors that all report back to the main display.”
“This allows the end-user to see and control all sensors and reporting activities from a single location. We feel the release of the CM-7000 has provided customers in a variety of industries with the ability to further advance, innovate and expand in their respected fields.”
With the 0.5% NDIR CO2 sensor system, customers can choose between ten pre-set alarm levels ranging from 5,000ppm-40,000ppm or enter a custom alarm level.
The four standard alarm levels can also trigger three separate relays combined with different functionalities from audio, visual, and even the reset unit which has key-driven shut-off capability.
“The last few years have allowed us to identify an opportunity to create a product which provides a solution for almost every customer and inspector the requests safety monitoring,” said Josh Pringle, Vice-President of Business Development and CO2Meter.
“Multiple sensor points, variable alarm settings, locked out control, field upgradability and much more have been built into this one device. CO2 Meter is also very excited to launch the second series of the CM-7000, which will be released in late 2020.”
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