Detects HPLC spills and leaks earlier
OS-250 spill sensor
The OS-250 spill sensor is supplied with the controller and four reusable 30x30cm mats that can be cut to any size with a sharp scissors or knife
KD Scientific has released the OS-250, a system which detects spills and leaks before they cause a problem around an HPLC.
As little as three drops of liquid will cause the OS-250 to react.
The system consists of a moisture sensing mat and control unit.
The mat is made from a material specially developed for detecting liquid spills.
It is connected to the control unit by a simple connection cable.
When liquid is detected on the sensing mat the OS-250 controller will sound an audible alarm, flash an LED and will turn off the power of any device plugged into the single outlet, solid state power controller.
The switched power outlet can control up to 8amps.
It also includes the connector cable between the mat and the controller.
Applications for the OS-250 spill detector exist in any areas where spill will cause problems to equipment.
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