Redline Monitors

-Our Monitors range from 2-channel up to a 24-channel. In-between we have a 4-channel, 8-channel and 16-Channel. You can specify Color of strobe: Red, Blue and Amber. You can also request an AC Power Cord or a cord grip to run your own power on the monitors.

 

 

 

    2-Channel- The 2 channel monitor is a 12-24 volt DC input only. The unit has two relays for high and low alarms. You can adjust the set points for the high and low alarm from the monitor. These are used for pulling units, work over rigs and storage tank farms. This unit also accepts 4-20 inputs so you could have wired or wireless Heads.
 
                                                    
 
 
 
 
     4-Channel- The 4 Channel Monitor is an AC/ DC input with 4 relays that can be selected for output by moving a fuse to make dry, AC or DC contacts. On the display there are 12 LEDs to display which alarm is going off. The alarm set points are adjustable in the set alarm mode and are displayed during settings. Each of the 4 relays can be set independently. We also have a 4-Channel that uses 4-20 inputs for wired heads (4-Channel Combo)
 
                                                                                 
 
 
 8-Channel- The 8 Channel Monitor is an AC/ DC input with 4 relays that can be selected for output by moving a fuse to make dry, AC or DC contacts. 24 LEDs give a quick view of the channel in alarm. There is a 485 output string that can show the activity on hyper terminal. This shows the ppm and battery voltage as well as the signal strength of the H2S head. The alarm set points are adjustable in the set alarm mode and are displayed during settings. Each of the 4 relays can be set independently. (Monitor can use 232 communications if specified)
 -  We have Optional Modules for 8 Channels 4-20 MA output for PLC it just pugs into the Main Board. Also a module for 4-20 MA input, this is 4 channels.
 
                                                                       
 
 

16 Channel Monitor-The 16-Channel Monitor is similar with the 8-Channel and 24-Channel. The only difference is it has 2 displays.The 16 Channel Monitor is an AC/ DC input with 4 relays that can be selected for output by moving a fuse to make dry, AC or DC contacts. 24 LEDs(X2) give a quick view of the channel in alarm. There is a 485 output string that can show the activity on hyper terminal. This shows the ppm and battery voltage as well as the signal strength of the H2S head. The alarm set points are adjustable in the set alarm mode and are displayed during settings. Each of the 4 relays can be set independently. (Monitor can use 232 communications if specified)

                                                                            

 

 24 Channel Monitor- The 24 Channel Monitor Is Exactly the same as a 16 and 8 channel monitor except you have 3 displays. These monitors have an AC/ DC input with 4 relays that can be selected for output by moving a fuse to make dry, AC or DC contacts. 24 LEDs(X3) give a quick view of the channel in alarm. There is a 485 output string that can show the activity on hyper terminal. This shows the ppm and battery voltage as well as the signal strength of the H2S head. The alarm set points are adjustable in the set alarm mode and are displayed during settings. Each of the 4 relays can be set independently. (Monitor can use 232 communications if specified) This set up is perfect on sites were you will need plenty of sensors which you can mix for example you could have 16 H2S and 8 LEL if needed.