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Valtronics 2156-R CO2 analyzer

Source: Global Environmental Marketing, LLC

Valtronics 2156-R CO2 analyzer
Designed specifically to resist the rugged environment found in hatcheries and poultry houses, Valtronics high quality 2156-R C02-in-air monitor for increasing yield and reducing energycosts, comes complete with easy-to-read display and adjustable low level/high level audio and visual alarms.
Designed specifically to resist the rugged environment found in hatcheries and poultry houses, Valtronics high quality 2156-R C02-in-air monitor for increasing yield and reducing energycosts, comes complete with easy-to-read display and adjustable low level/high level audio and visual alarms. It produces a 4-20mA or 0-5 Volt linear control signal proportional to the amount of 002 In the Incubator or grow out house atmosphere making It compatible with most ventilation control systems.

Valtronics 2156-R is easy to install and includes a specially designed cover to protect the remote sensing component from chick dust, moisture and other contaminants commonly found in setters, hatchers and chick transporters.

Because it utilizes non dispersive infra red(NDIR) technology, there are no moving parts, making the 2156-R an extremely low maintenance device. Performance Is enhanced as there is no cross sensitivity to water vapor in the optical system. It can alert personnel to a manual response or automatically signal the ventilation system to control fans, open/close dampers, and add C02.

FEATURES

Remote Sensor
Ideal for Hatchers
Easy to Install
Runs Automatically
Designed for Setters
No Moving Parts
Very Low Maintenance
Lowers energy costs
Install in poultry house
Dust proof
Moisture resistant
Disposable sensor cover
Digital readout
Minimizes keel over
Dual level Alarms
NDIR technology
Hatch old eggs
Audible alarms
Visual alarms
Rugged enclosure
Resists contamination
Designed for poultry house
Safe chick transporters

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