Wireless gas alarm 868
Gas alarm for WiPro III and WiPro III safe.lock
The wireless gas alarm 868 supplements and optimises the alarm systems WiPro III and WiPro III safe.lock. It detects even the smallest amounts of propane/butane or narcotic gases and thereby raises the safety standard in the vehicle to a whole new level.
Detects narcotic gases, propane and butane
The wireless gas alarm detects the smallest amounts of escaping gases and warns you before they become dangerous
Cable-free due to use of radio waves
The wireless gas alarm with no wiring can be used wherever you need it
The wireless gas alarm is the ideal supplement to the alarm system. It detects even trace amounts of narcotic gases in the air and reliably emits an alarm if propane and butane concentrations are elevated due to gas leaks. The wireless gas alarm just requires a connection to a power supply. It sends the alarm signal wirelessly via radio to the central control unit. It can easily be installed at the correct height in the same housing as the GBA-I thanks to the drilling template. It can be switched off via the on/off switch when not in use. Through its connection to the on-board electrical system, it is permanently operational – with no battery replacement necessary. To save on even the minimal current consumption of < 70 mA, for example, in winter storage, you can simply switch off the gas alarm via its housing.
Once the wireless gas alarm is wired to the on-board electrical system, it just has to be taught in on the central control unit. With the new Thitronik app, this is a snap. If you do not use our app, our easy-to-understand operating instructions provide assistance.
Scope of delivery
- Wireless gas alarm
- 12/24 V connection cable
- Mounting materials
- Alarm sticker
- Article number
- Power supply
- 12/24 V DC
- Current consumption
- approx. 70 mA
- 50 ppm
- Wireless range (in free space)
- approx. 75 m
- Transmission frequency
- 868,35 MHz
- Transmission power
- <10 mW
- 38 × 100 × 27 mm (W × H × D)
- approx. 60 g
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- To which gases does a gas alarm respond?
- What are the differences between the GBA-I and the wireless gas alarm 868?
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- What is the green/third wire in the connection cable for?
- How can you test a gas alarm?
- Can the cable from the GBA-I or wireless gas alarm be extended?