PULSE ATEX

Give all your meters communications capability in explosive atmosphere

Function : Impulse interface

Available technologies

Description

Highlights

  • ATEX product: used in explosive atmosphere
    · Gas & steam
    – Zone 1 : immediate proximity to the sensitive area
    – Groupe C : hydrogen gases and vapors, acetylene …
    · Dust
    – Zone 21 : immediate proximity to the sensitive area
  • Up to 2 connectable meters
  • Tamper and leak detection
  • Flow rate monitoring
  • Local and remote configuration

Technical specifications

  • Periodic modes with log
  • Soldered battery
  • Dimensions: 105 x 50 x 27 mm
  • Box: IP67 (IP68 on request)
  • Integrated fastening system: DIN rail, tube, wall mount, flange
  • Zone: Sigfox / LoRaWAN / WM-Bus
  • Operating temperature range: -20°C to + 75°C
  • Weight: 70 g
  • Standards: Directive 2014/53/EU (RED)
  • Alert concerning product, configuration error, low battery

ATEX Specifications

  • ATEX II 2 G D
  • Ex ib IIC T4 Gb
  • Ex ib IIIC T135°C Db
  • -20°C < Tamb < +40°C
  • Uo ≤ 3.9V; Io ≤ 6.1mA; Po ≤ 6mW; Co ≤ 440µF; Lo ≤ 930mH
    Ui ≤ 15V; Ii ≤ 1000mA; Pi ≤ 3750mW; Ci = 0µF; Li = 126nH

Availability

  • Available

References

  • ARF8230GA: PULSE ATEX sigfox RC1
  • ARF8230FA: PULSE ATEX LoRaWAN™ EU863-870
  • ARF8230HA: PULSE ATEX W-Mbus

Product uses

Monitor any leaks

Receive values of the indexes from gas, water, electricity and heat meters

Monitor over-consumption

 

Case studies
  • Verification of over-consumption | Leak detection

    adeunis® solutions enable you to achieve active energy efficiency. Using adeunis® offerings, you build your own IoT chain, which will continuously disseminate data to you and allow you to regularly monitor your energy consumption. Also, our offers enable you to see when you exceed a set threshold, which guarantees you detection of any over-consumption or even of a leak. By opting for adeunis® solutions, you will be able to identify the water losses on a network, monitor the ventilation, the humidity level, or the switching on of lamps.