Telecom Gas Monitors 2350/2360

Sierra Monitor’s Telecom Gas Monitors 2350/2360 both continuously monitor for the presence of Carbon Monoxide (CO), but the Model 2360 also monitors for combustible gases. These hazardous gases are monitored in confined spaces in telecom sites, such as utility enclosures, to reduce the hazard of gas explosion and to maintain personnel safety.

Found primarily in Walk-In Cabinets, the 2350 and 2360 Models operate on -48 VDC power typically used in telephone company applications. They include both audible and visual alarm indication and are mounted on a plate designed for installation in a customer supplied 3-gang switch box.

When a hazardous gas is detected, the audible alarm will sound a continuous tone of 68 dB at 2900 Hz whenever the hazardous gas concentration exceeds their calibration levels.

Telecom Gas Monitors 2350/2360

  • Solid State (Semiconductor) Technology – Detect low parts-per-million (ppm) levels of hazardous gas, maintain the life cycle of the product for long periods, easy maintenance

Specifications for Telecom Gas Monitors 2350/2360

Input Power

  • 2350: -48V
  • 2360: -48V

Alarm Calibration Range

  • 2350:
    • Carbon Monoxide: 100-200 ppm
  • 2360:
    • Combustible Gas (Methane): 2,500-12,500 ppm
    • Carbon Monoxide: 100-200 ppm

Response Time

  • 2350: Less than 30 seconds
  • 2360: Less than 30 seconds

Operating Temperature Range

  • 2350: 32 o to 104oF (0 to 40oC)
  • 2360: 32 o to 104oF (0 to 40oC)

Output Relay Rating

  • 2350: Four SPDT 6 Amp non-inducting
  • 2360: Five SPDT 6 Amp non-inducting

Audible Alarm

  • 2350: 68 dB at 2900 Hz
  • 2360: 68 dB at 2900 Hz

Size

  • 2350: 4.5 x 8.9 x 1.6 in. (11.4 x 22.5 x 4.1 cm)
  • 2360: 4.5 x 8.9 x 1.6 in. (11.4 x 22.5 x 4.1 cm)

Weight

  • 2350: 3 lb. (1.3 Kg)
  • 2360: 3 lb. (1.3 Kg)

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