With the specially developed and manufactured products ME 18 and ME 20, Müller-Elektronik AG offers further designs of the proven gas control panel ME 15, ideally suited for gas monitoring and water quality measurement.
The gas control panel ME 15 replaces the older gas measurement computers and offers a configurable and scalable center for many areas of application. The bus communication with sensors, the automatic configuration and the event memory clearly set this self-developed quality product apart from previous control panels.
Müller-Elektronik AG is growing. In order to offer our extended team enough space, we moved from Schaffhausen to Marthalen in April 2014 to larger premises.
In the summer of 2013, Müller-Elektronik AG took over the MESIN industrial water division of dinotec-mesin GmbH in Winterthur. Since then, it has also been selling and developing devices for measuring, controlling and evaluating water quality.
Development of the ME 1250 gas sensors. Measurement of a broader range of gas compounds.
With the introduction of the ME 2850 series of gas sensors, monitoring of a wide range of explosive, toxic and asphyxiating gases has become possible. These stationary sensors work with the latest generation of measuring cells and, thanks to microprocessor-controlled electronics, offer the measurement of numerous gas compounds.
In 1998, a new gas warning device was created, which excelled in terms of price and simplicity, the AE 402. This device was primarily used for small systems with up to 2 sensors. So it can also be used optimally in the private sector.
In 1997 the first CO2 measuring sensor, the ME 4000, was developed. The latest infrared technology combined with micromechanics and microprocessor technology allows the measurement of carbon dioxide in small concentrations (e.g. 0-5,000 ppm) with an accuracy of 1 percent.
Microprocessors arrived in 1994. The first freely programmable measuring computers were developed. New measuring sensors were constantly being developed. The aim was to be able to measure as many harmful and explosive gases as possible.
In 1989, the first CO warning systems were developed and used successfully, especially in underground and multi-storey car parks.
Müller-Elektronik AG has been manufacturing gas warning systems since 1985. The first systems were developed for the detection of natural gas.
The company Müller-Elektronik AG was founded in 1979 by Gustav Müller. As a provider of measurement, control and security technology, in addition to special and customer solutions, burglar alarm systems were primarily manufactured and installed in the first few years.