Laser sensor for ultra reliable ammonia detection.
|Laser based leak detector for confined space installations||Open Path leak detector for larger rooms or fence line monitoring|
|No false alarms||Covers leaks in rooms with larger floor areas|
|The FLD 4000 ammonia laser sensors from Photonic Innovations Ltd, are programmed to lock onto a unique absorption feature of the target gas, in this case ammonia. This renders an extremely high detection fidelity. This unique technology allows it to avoid the false alarms that are common in chemical sensors that occur due to cross gas reactivity and sensor depletion.||The OPLD 4000 from Photonic Innovations is open path laser ammonica gas detector that covers a much larger area compared to point detectors. Instead of installing multiple point sensors you can install one open path detector to get the job done.|
|Virtually no maintenance required||Fixed Module - ideal for Cold Room Installations|
|The FLD 4000 laser sensors are not depleted upon exposure to ammonia and other toxic gases. This means that frequent maintenance/calibration is no longer a requirement. With no filaments or chemical components, there is no need to calibrate the device and no need to replace sensors.||The OPLD 4000 ammonia detector will integrate with a central monitoring system in the plant room. Standalone modules with integrated alarms and sirens are also available.|
|Ultra reliable sensors||No need for sensor replacement|
|These laser sensors will monitor ammonia concentration in the engine rooms at all times without degrading due to prior exposure. This means response time is consistently high. When tested against a market leading ammonia detector (fixed module) Photonic Innovation's FLD 4000 responded an order of magnitude faster; an important aspect when a massive gas leak or an explosion could be seconds away.||With Photonic Innovations laser based ammonia sensor you can forget about the bills for additional sensing heads every year as the ammonica sensor does not need deplete with high gas concentration or massive leaks.|