Detections and Control
Detecting a future problem can save lives as well as equipment. Through several different detection and control products that can be paired together, the ability to respond fast to any situation is possible.
SafetyNet EV-Gas Detection System: This technology is adapted for today’s cleaner electric vehicles to provide an early warning of a lithium-ion battery fire. Sensors are strategically placed around the vehicle register a warning before an event occurs. The system sounds an alert, allowing the driver more time to pull over and safely evacuate the vehicle.
SafetyNet Panel: This electronic panel with 24-hour battery backup protection has network ability to add additional detection and releasing zones and supports natural gas detection and infared flame detectors for combination fire and natural gas detection systems.
17 Series Panel: This electronic panel with 24-hour battery backup detection features two detection zones and one releasing zone. It has diagnostic flash code for easy troubleshooting and programmable discharge and arm relay.
Linear Heat Detection: These cables have long been the industry standard and provide a continuous heat detection cable that runs inside the hazard area. The Amerex Advantage has amped up the traditional cable with a more robust abrasion resistant outer jacket and factory-installed connectors for reliability and ease of service.
Spot Heat Detectors: These detectors are available in three different preset temperature settings for flexibility and provide rapid heat detection and system activation. Spot Heat Detectors have factory installed connectors for reliability and ease of installation and service.
The SafetyNet CAN/J1939 Interface Module (CAN Module) interfaces with Amerex Fire Suppression and Gas Detection electronics to transmit diagnostic messages to the vehicle network, operating at either 250k or 500k baud rate.
AMGaDS IV: This system utilizes advanced technology for detection of propane (LPG), CNG (Compressed Natural Gas), LNG (Liquid Natural Gas), and any other hydrocarbon fuel vapors. The Control Panel (CP) is the “brains” of the system. The CP interprets the signal from the Gas Sensors, initiates Trace or Significant gas alarm conditions to notify the operator and simultaneously operates relays which can be used to stop the flow of explosive fuels.