This recipe is ideal for problems such as:
In underground facilities where production facilities use inert gas and large refrigerators use CFCs, gas leaks can occur without being noticed and can cause industrial accidents due to a lack of oxygen if adequate ventilation is not provided. It was indispensable to have regular walk-around checks to prevent such accidents.
There are limits and risks to walk-around checks by personnel…
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Monitor oxygen concentration from a distance.
Notify with a warning alert when the oxygen concentration level decreases.
Reduction in personnel expenses
amnimo sense can be installed to suit any equipment environment.Combine amnimo sense with commercially available parts for easy installation.
Data is sent from the sensor and end-point devices.
Attach a sensor.
Record and store oxygen concentration levels in the underground machine room in a database.
Customers can see oxygen concentration levels in the underground machine room on their computers and smartphones.
For 10 endpoint devices (measurement points)
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Gateways are activated first, followed by endpoint devices.
Sensors, gateways and endpoint devices are wired up.
Power is supplied to the endpoint devices to start up the system.
Widget settings are established to display the data.
During deep underground excavation work, bubbles can erupt in nearby fields and rivers. These bubbles may be dangerous as they reduce oxygen levels. Simultaneous detection of these bubbles on-site and at remote locations is desired.
There is a risk of gas leaking unnoticed from production equipment which uses inert gases to prevent explosions such as oil tankers. For this reason, management of oxygen levels is considered especially important.