The Simrad GD10P detector is the benchmark for combustible gas
detection on offshore installations. It has set the standard for gas
detectors in the areas of safety, stability and low maintenance.
GD1OP comes with 5 years warranty.
The GD1OPhas been designed with
features that provide an effective
response to the detection of gas hazards
in a wide range of industrial environments
from boiler plant rooms to offshore
These infrared gas detectors differ from
all other models, because they utilise
silicon based solid-state infrared sources.
The complete optomechanical design and
construction is so stable that an ultra fast
speed of response can be achieved whilst
providing unparalleled service life and
detector stability, thus saving on
maintenance and service costs.
We offer the longest combined detector
and IR source warranty on the market.
For retrofit applications, a bridge
interface is available allowing the
detector to be connected directly to
catalytic systems, using the existing
cabling and control modules.
Supplied with worldwide performance and
hazardous area approvals. Suitable for
use in SIL 2 systems.
An industry standard HART interface is
used for configuration of the optional fast
response time and special fault levels as
well as access to extended maintenance
- Solid state IR sources [SimSourceTM]
- High IR source flash rate
- True dual path, double compensation
- Selectable response rate
- Dual layer weather protector
- Early dirty optics warning
- Improved preventative maintenance
- Integral termination compartment
- Low power consumption
- Independently heated mirror and lens
Superior long term performance
compared to filament lamps
- Improved stability and speed of response
- No recalibration, monitors and accounts
for all changes in optical path
- Fastest IR point detector on the market,
ideal for speed critical applications
- No mesh, gauze, hydrophobic filters or
sinters = No delay, no failure on demand
- Reduced installation time, the unit is
ready out of the box
- Reduces load on UPS
- High performance detection in rough