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Model CT1000

Applications

  • On/Off control of fans using CO, combustibles and NO2
  • Indoor automobile parking, service garages, arenas, fire stations, loading docks, warehouses, boiler rooms
  • Typically one sensor will cover an area of 5,000 to 8,000 sq ft.

 

Key Features

  • Integrated solid-state sensor versions available to measure CO, and Combustibles.
  • Control module can also be used with remote electrochemical Transmitters such as the TR2000 (CO), TR3210-NO2 and TR5200 (Combustibles).
  • Versions available for 24 VAC, 110VAC and 220VAC
  • Multiple units can be wired in parallel to control over a large area.
  • Two 5 amp relays for fan and alarm activation.
  • User adjustable on-time delay and set point dead band
  • Very rugged metal case

 

Options

  • integrated gas sensing options include solid state detection of CO, Combustibles, R22, R134a, Ammonia
  • other gas sensing options require remote sensor mounting from control

CT1000 Controller
Integrated:
CO, Combustibles
(solid state)
Or Remote: CO, NO2, Combustibles

 

  • Temp Range: -4 to 122F (-20 to 50C)
  • Integrated high and low concentration relays (5A)
  • Power: 24 VAC, 115 VAC, 220 VAC
  • User adjustable delay for on-time (up to 30 minutes)
  • Measures: 0-400 ppm

Datasheet
Manual
Wiring Multiple Transmitters
 
Published: February 16, 2004 Last Updated: April 26, 2013