Ripening Gas Sensors & Controllers

GAs Sensors

Ethylene Gas Sensor:

GTC-Eth is a transmiter of ethylene concentration in the range of 0 – 2000 ppm.

The Sensor has a LED-display to show the real-time value and a standard linear output 4 – 20 mA to transfer the data to external display units. The transmitter is mounted on a wall. The measuring element is a catalytic sensor. The transmitter can be easily calibrated with using a calibration gas mixture with known ethylene concentration.

GTC-Eth is designed to be used in Aseko Ripening Technologies to monitor ethylene injection in a ripening room, but it can be used in a wide spectrum of other applications. For more detail, call us now.

Gas Controllers

XT Controller:

Two-stage ON/OFF controller of gas concentration (like ethylene and CO2 transmitters). The controller perfectly works with standard 4 – 20 mA probe‘s outputs, but relevant voltage should be chosen (0 – 1 V or 0 – 10 V).

The measured quantities are shown on a 3½ digits LED display with a numeral height of 10.5 mm. The control function is realized with 2 probe relays. Minimum and maximum set points values can be programmed by a user.


CO2 Gas Sensor:

The GTO-CO2 is the carbon dioxide concentration transmitter with linear 4 – 20 mA output..

GTO- CO2 is a carbon dioxide gas concentration transmitter with linear 4 – 20 mA output and delivered with a standard range of 0.2 – 5%

However, it is possible to deliver this sensor with a user-specific range on a request. The measuring element is an infrared sensor . complemented with electronics for the signal adaptation. The 24 Vdc power supply input and the current signal output are connected via DIN 43650 connector. The transmitters are mounted on a wall. Infrared sensors are known as highly precise and reliable. Model with LED display panel also available.

The transmitter is designed to monitor CO2 concentration in working environment like Banana Ripening Rooms, Controlled Ventilation systems, in air-conditioning spaces and to control greenhouse or protective atmospheres.