GDS GASMAX II 3-Wire Gas Detector with local stainless steel sensor head configured Photoionization Detector for VOC with range 0-20 ppm (low VOC)/0-2000 ppm (high VOC), 4-20 mA output transmitter and Alarm Relay Board (3x 5A SPDT) and RS-485 Modbus RTU. Second channel with local aluminun sensor head configured for Chlorine (Cl2) with range 0-5/0-50 ppm (included).
Part# with Options:
Price with Options:
Sensor Head (E-chem channel)
03-Local sensor head for reactive gases (non XP) $0.00 04-Local sensor head w/splash guard for reactive $40.00 07-Remote sensor head for reactive gases (non XP) $130.00 08-Remote sensor head w/splash guard for reactive $170.00 22-Local toxic sensor transmitter for reactive gases $105.00 23-Local toxic sensor transmitter for reactive gases w/splash $145.00 26-Remote toxic sensor transmitter for reactive gases $235.00 27-Remote toxic sensor transmitter for reactive gases w/splash $275.00
(1) Sensor Head for GDS GMII (reactive gases), Non-Explosion proof 2
02-0 to 5 ppm $0.00 03-0 to 10 ppm $0.00 11-0 to 15 ppm $0.00 04-0 to 25 ppm $0.00 12-0 to 30 ppm $0.00 05-0 to 50 ppm $0.00
(2) Gas Range for GDS (0-5 to 0-50)
Sensor Head (Bridge/mA channel)
01-Local sensor head $0.00 02-Local sensor head with splash guard $40.00 05-Remote sensor head $130.00 06-Remote sensor head with splash guard $170.00
(3) Sensor Head for GDS GMII (non-reactive gases)
Sensor Type (Bridge/mA channel)
061/05-PID Sensor for VOC (Low) 10.6 eV 0 to 50 ppm $0.00 062/07-PID Sensor for VOC (High) 10.6 eV 0 to 500 ppm $0.00 064/05-PID Sensor for VOC (Low) 10.0 eV 0 to 50 ppm $200.00 065/60-PID Sensor for VOC (High) 10.0 eV 0 to 6000 ppm $185.00
(4) Sensor Type for GDS GMII (PID)
0-Standard 4 20mA output(s) $0.00 1-Alarm Relay Board (3x5A SPDT) w/Modbus RS485 $265.00 2-Dual Isolated 4 20mA Output Board $250.00 3-RS 485 MODBUS RTU (No relays) $225.00
(5) Output Options for GDS GMII
__-Aluminum $0.00 SS-Stainless Steel Enclosure $360.00
(6) Stainless Steel Enclosure for GDS
___-None $0.00 TAG-Includes Stainless Steel Tag $25.00
(7) Tag for GDS
____-No $0.00 RJBX-Dual remote sensor junction box $150.00
(8) Remote JBox for GDS GasMax II
____-No $0.00 MBJB-Modbus wiring junction box $150.00 MBJ2-Modbus wiring junction box (2nd interface) $150.00
(9) MODBUS JBox for GDS GasMax II
___-No $0.00 DM2-Duct mount flange on channel 2 sensor $205.00
(10) Duct Mount for GDS GasMax II (Channel 2)
___-None $0.00 4MA-Cal Marker 4mA $0.00
(11) Cal Marker for GDS GASMAX II
(Specify Volatile Compound)
The GASMAX II PID Gas Monitor is a fixed point explosion-proof
gas transmitter utilizing a photoionization detector (PID) to detect small concentrations of volatile organic compounds (VOC) such as benzene, toluene, xylene and chlorinated hydrocarbons.
PID (Photo Ionization Detection) technology detects a wide variety of organic and
some inorganic gases in ambient air, generally low concentration of complex hydrocarbon
molecules; this allows an early warning for presence of these gases in concentrations
not seen by conventional LEL detectors.
The GASMAX II operates from 10 to 30 VDC and provides both 4-20mA analog and (optional) MODBUS® digital output. Calibrated engineering-units values are displayed on a large, backlit LCD. Standard features
include two level alarm setpoints, fault alarm, LED indicators, non-intrusive
calibration and a Smart Sensor interface for locally mounted sensors. Isolated 4-20mA output and alarm relays are available.
The PID Smart Sensor is available in two ranges, High Range (0-2000 ppm) and Low Range (0-20 ppm) that must be specified when ordering. The PID sensor is fitted with a replaceable 10.6 eV light source designed to ionize the most commonly found VOCs while at the same time remaining insensitive to changes in humidity, oxygen or CO2 levels. Any
compound with an ionization potential (IP) of 10.6 or less can be
detected with the GASMAX II / PID monitor.
In addition to dual 4-20mA current loop outputs, an RS-485 two-wire MODBUS® interface and three optional 5A relays are available to communicate with controllers or local alarm indicators.
Operator interface is via a
menu-driven magnetic keypad, allowing
complete setup and calibration without hazardous area declassification.
The GASMAX II maintains a record of sensor calibration data that provides an estimate of sensor life remaining. During each post-calibration purge delay, the GASMAX II can be programmed to transmit this data on the 4-20mA output.
Smart Sensors enhance this capability by maintaining their own electronic record of serial number,born-on date, initial calibration values, engineering units and other data, ensuring the most accurate measurement and alarming capability available today.
(Specify Volatile Compound)
0-20 ppm Isobutylene Equivalent (Low Range)
0-2000 ppm Isobutylene Equivalent (High Range)
0-5 ppm Cl2
0-50 ppm Cl2
EC channel: Accepts signals from GDS Corp toxic / O2 sensors (included)
Stainless Steel Enclosure
ATEX Certified (not available with Aluminum sensor head)
Wireless 900 MHz
CSA Certified for explosion proof installations.
Monitor both Toxic / O2 and LEL / VOC from single point.
Standard dual 3-wire 4-20mA current source (optional output 3-wire with EC sensor).
Non-intrusive one-person prompted calibration.
Smart Sensors store calibration & alarm events.
Real time clock tags alarm events.
Aluminum sensor head available for reactive gases.
Backlit display for better visibility in low light.
Sensor Head Options
Local Stainless Steel - XP & IS
Local Stainless Steel (with splash guard) - XP & IS
Local Aluminum - IS ONLY
Local Aluminum (with splash guard) - IS ONLY
Remote Stainless Steel - XP & IS
Remote Stainless Steel (with splash guard) - XP & IS
Remote Aluminum - IS ONLY
Remote Aluminum (w/ splash guard) - IS ONLY
Remote sensor installations do not utilize Smart Sensor interface
Maximum distance for remote e-chem sensor connection is 25ft (3m).
Maximun distance for remote LEL sensor connection is 300 ft.
Highly reactive gases REQUIRE aluminum sensor head and IS in
Operation and Maintenance Manual of the GasMax Detectors
Quick Start Guides for the GasMax-II: