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4-20 IQ INTELLIGENT TRANSMITTER

The model 4-20 IQ is a microprocessor based intelligent sensor transmitter. It comes equipped with a digital display which provides a local reading of the gas concentration. Operating on 14-24 VDC power, it provides a linear 4-20 mA output proportional to the gas concentration, and is housed in an explosion-proof casing. The 4-20 IQ has been UL Classified and CSA Approved Class I, Div. 1, Groups B, C, and D. The 4-20 IQ can operate as a stand-alone instrument, or it can be used with an IST control unit to provide control room readings and alarm relays.

The 4-20 IQ come equipped with an automated calibration feature which allows the unit to be calibrated without manually adjusting any potentiometers. Just apply gas and the 4-20 IQ will do the rest. It couldn't be easier! Interfacing with the 4-20 IQ is accomplished by using a magnetic wand to activate magnetic switches located on the front panel. Thus, all functions can be performed with removing any covers, meaning there's no need to declassify an area being monitored. The 4-20 IQ can be used with any of IST's sensor technologies: infra-red (IR), solid state, catalytic bead, or electrochemical.

4-20 IQ Installation and Instructions Manual (PDF format, 536K)


SM95 STANDARD TRANSMITTER

The model SM95 sensor transmitter is housed in an explosion-proof casing and operates on 14-24 VDC power. The SM95 has been UL Classified and CSA Approved Class I, Div. 1, Groups B, C, and D. The SM95 provides a 4-20 mA linear output proportional to the gas concentration and is calibrated by adjusting potentiomenters located inside the housing. The SM95 can operate as a stand-alone instrument, or it can be used in conjunction with any of IST's complete line of control units which provide control room readings and alarm relays. When used with any of IST's MP Series control units, automated calibration is provided, enabling calibration without the need to adjust potentiometers. Like the 4-20 IQ, the SM95 can be used with any of IST's sensor technologies: infra-red (IR), solid state, catalytic bead, or electrochemical.

SM95 Installation and Instructions Manual (PDF, 567K)


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