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Axion A2L detector is UL certified

UK: The new Dynament Axiom A2L refrigerant gas detector from Process Sensing Technologies now carries UL60355-2-40 certification.

The Axiom A2L detector employs non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) technology to provide fast response capable of detecting leaks in less than 10 seconds.

Measuring just 1 x 2 x 3in with integrated mounting tabs, the detector can be conveniently placed anywhere to support leak detection.

It operates within a voltage range from 5V to 24V DC power input and offers multiple analog and digital output options.

Boasting a 15-year life span, the Axiom A2L requires no field calibrations. It is also said to offer fail-safe operation and is immune to poisoning.

It is equipped with an onboard heater to eliminate potential condensation problems. 

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