Compact gas alarm
GBA-I is an effective, compact and versatile gas alarm that detects butane, propane and narcotic gases and can be used as a portable or fixed system – wherever you happen to need it.
At a glance
12 V / 24 V
KO / narcotic gases
Warns reliably of leaking gases
Detects the smallest amounts of butane, propane and narcotic gases
Reliably warns you in case of an incident
Fixed in place or portable – however you need it
It is compact and easy to handle, can be used as a portable or fixed system and features an integrated siren: the GBA-I from Thitronik. The flexibly deployable gas alarm detects camping and narcotic gases and can be installed very individually – fixed on a wall or as a portable system, connected to the on-board electrical system, the cigarette lighter or an AC adapter. In short, it’s at work wherever you need it.
Reliable and flexible
GBA-I unites the functionality of the G.A.S.-plug ‘all in one’ with an aesthetic design that can be perfectly integrated into the interior of your home on wheels or your holiday accommodation. The simple snap-fit mounting allows you to use the GBA-I in other vehicles, or wherever you need it. The optional 230 V plug-in adapter gives you freedom of choice when it comes to the power supply. The optional 12/24 V connection cable provides for mobility. Experienced campers appreciate the flexibility of the GBA-I because it is conceived both for lengthy operation and for use, e.g., in holiday homes.
Sensor self-test for guaranteed safety
The GBA-I naturally also has effective temperature compensation and the essential sensor self-test. The GBA-I performs the self-test automatically with software control and checks its functionality. Thus, it is reliably there for you in case of an incident In the (albeit unlikely) case of a defect, it also alerts you through the integrated signal tone.
Scope of delivery
- 12/24 V connection cable
- mounting materials
- Alarm sticker
- Article number
- Power supply
- 12/24 V DC
- Current consumption
- approx. 70 mA
- from 50 ppm
- Sound pressure
- approx. 85 dB
- Temperature range
- -20 bis +80°C
- 38 × 100 × 27 mm (W × H × D)
- approx. 60 g
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- Can the cable from the GBA-I or wireless gas alarm be extended?