Gas monitor management and service

Tuesday, 26 July, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.airmet.com.au/



The iNet Instrument Network eliminates most of the cost-intensive and time-consuming tasks involved with managing a gas monitor fleet.

Combining the two-way communication technology of Industrial Scientific's DS2 Docking Station and the capabilities of the internet, it continually monitors for conditions such as low, empty or expired calibration gas, marginal or failed sensors, and days since last calibration. Weekly email reports are sent on the status of the instrument fleet and immediate reports are sent when a problem is detected. A number of options are available to handle any service requirement based on an end user's individual needs.

Should a malfunction occur, iNet automatically dispatches an on-site service visit, replacement monitor or new part depending on the service program selected.

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