|Max. workplace concentration||500 ppm|
The ME1250 Gas Sensor is a remote measuring unit for monitoring gas concentration and is used as a leak detector.
The microprocessor-controlled electronics of the sensor, adapted to the specific properties of the measuring cell, enable fast and reliable signal processing. The measured gas con-centration is transmitted to a Gas Control Panel, which can manage a large number of distributed gas sensors.
Thanks to bus communication, only one cable is required, which can be continued from sensor to sensor. The ME 1250 Gas Sensor is also available with an analogue output signal of 4…20 mA. The measured gas concentration can thereby be processed by other PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers).
The optional relay module expands the ME 1250 Gas Sensor internally with 3 relays for direct switching of signal transmitters without the use of a control panel.
The Ethanol Sensor LEL is suitable for explosion protection with a larger measuring range and infrared measuring method.
- Automatic zero point calibration
- Active noise reduction on the measurement signal
- Linear measurement signal depending on the gas concentration
- High response sensitivity with short response time
- Selective and reliable measurement with a stable measurement signal and zero point
- Temperature-compensated measurement signal
- Long service life
|Description||Gas Sensor ME 1250|
C2H6O Ethanol PPM
|Gas Sensor ME 1250|
C2H6O Ethanol PPM
|Output signal||Bus communication|
with gas control panel
|Analogue 4…20 mA|
Load max. 800 Ω
at 24V input
U72M 1x4x0.6 mm
U72M 1x4x0.6 mm or
CY 0.5 mm2
|Topology||Bus, tree or star topology||Star topology|
|Power||< 0.15 W||< 0.8 W|
|1250-REL||Relay module for single sensor ME 1250|
|1250-AIR-BOX||Ventilation duct add-on box for gas sensor ME 1250|
|1250-AIR-FLOW||Fitting hose connection for gas sensor ME 1250|
|1250-SUP||Mounting plate round pillars for gas sensor ME 1250|
|1250-SCHUTZ||Sun and weather protection for gas sensor ME 1250|
|CELL-ALC-C100||Measuring cell for ethanol||up to 2 years|
- Exposure above 100 ppm requires recalibration
- Exposure above 200 ppm can destroy the measuring cell
|Carbon Monoxide CO||100 ppm||60 ppm|
|Isobutylene C4H8||20 ppm||28 ppm|