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Refrigerant gas leak detector for occupied spaces

The Aquitron AT-G-ALERT refrigerant gas detector is specifically designed to provide continuous monitoring for refrigerants associated with high-efficiency, high volume refrigerant cooling and heating systems such as VRF/VRV (Variable Refrigerant Flow/Variable Refrigerant Volume) systems.

Using the AquiNet Fieldbus central monitoring system with the AT-G-ALERT refrigerant gas sensors enables designers and installers to comply with the requirements of BS EN378, providing a central audible and visual central alarm system. This product also helps achieve BREEAM credits (Pol 01 and Pol 02), F-Gas and EH40 Health and Safety guidelines.

Typical applications include hotel bedrooms, apartments, hospitals, schools and office buildings.

The AT-G-ALERT audible and visual alarms alert occupants and simultaneously communicate to Building Management Systems/Building Automation Systems (BMS/BAS) or AquiNet System. Two on-board relays can be used to close valves, activate alarm devices and exhaust fans or initiate emergency calls.

The on-board Modbus RTU interface provides real-time information about concentrations, status and settings. It also enables custom configuration of the AT-G-ALERT to any application specific requirements using multiple Modbus registers.

The AT-G-ALERT is designed for easy installation and simple maintenance.

Find out more at or call Aquilar on 01403 216100.

23 May 2022


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