- One or two sensor capability
- Remote sensor capabilities
- Analog and digital interface
- On-board relays
- Magnetic wand
- Status indicator and LED display
- Optional MGS Controler available
- Detects two gases and/or in two locations with one instrument
- Flexible placement in hard to reach areas
- Ease of integration with multiple control devices
- Connects to local alarm devices for saving costs on installation
- Non-intrusive configuration and calibration
- Provides at-a-glance status overview and comprehensive direct user interface
- Create an independent, centralised alarm system with up to 6 gas detectors
Bacharach’s MGS-550 leak detector combines electrochemical, semiconductor, catalytic bead and infrared sensors into one platform to support leak detection for the new low GWP (Global Warming Potential) refrigerant blends as well as natural refrigerants to enable gas leak detection in the often harsh environments of industrial refrigeration.
The MGS-550 can easily be integrated into any building management system (BMS).
The Modbus RTU interface allows the user to program and configure the unit remotely
through the BMS. Remote access gives complete control to the user when using Modbus.
Alternatively, electrical current or volt analog output provides an industry standard
reading using 4-20mA.
Having three integrated relays within each instrument reduces the need for having to wire alarm devices back to a central control system. Because of the integrated relays, the Bacharach MGS-550 can be operated as a stand-alone system. Each relay can
be individually programmed to trigger alarm devices and actions separately or as a
The straightforward menu structure is identical regardless of the type of sensors used, reducing the costs and amount of time for training required upon installation or during maintenance.
Bacharach’s MGS-550 offers the flexibility of adding a second sensor at any point in time without the need for any additional controllers. Any sensor can be remotely mounted from the main instrument to a distance of 5 meters or 15 feet. It meets the requirements of EN 378 and ASHRAE 15.