An advanced low power semi-conductor gas sensor
The mydome Shield gas detector has been designed to accurately measure gas in your home before explosive levels are reached
An updated model
It continuously monitors indoor gas levels and detects a gas leak when concentration levels increase. When the concentration exceeds a pre-determined safety value, the alarm will immediately sound an alarm along with a light notification
- Alarm sound volume: ≥85dB
- Material: flame retardant plastic ABS
- Alarm concentration: 3％LEL~20％LEL (LEL – lower explosive limit)
- Preheat time: 3 minutes
British standard specification with CE / RoHS certification
The use of updated, dedicated sensors for every gas ensures effective, fast and reliable detection
Visual and Audible notification
When the gas leak concentration reaches pre-determined safety levels the alarms 85dB speaker activates a slow, accelerated or fast, continuous alarm that reflects the gas concentration level. The gas detector is programmed to give a voice notification and a digital readout of the gas concentration level
Positive safety indicator
A simple ‘traffic light’ status indicator which, at a glance, provides visual peace of mind of the Shield gas detectors operational status to users
The lowest concentration point at which the combustible gas may become explosive is called the Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) Shown on the screen
“POWER” green indicator will be visibly lit and the detector will not sound an alarm
“STATE” and “ALARM” indicators will flicker red at the same time, the frequency of flicker is slower, and the alarm will sound a moderate “Di…Di…” sound.
“STATE” and “ALARM” indicators will flicker red at the same time, the frequency of flicker is faster than in the previous state, and will sound a quicker “DiDiDi.. DiDiDi..” sound.
The “STATE” and “ALARM” indicators will flicker red at the same time, and the frequency of flicker is now at its highest, the detector will make extremely pressing alarming sounds.
The alarm should be installed in a room where a gas leak is most likely to occur, this will generally be the kitchen where gas appliances such as gas cookers, ovens or boilers are installed.