Acoustic Gas Leak Detector from Det-Tronics

Acoustic Gas Leak Detector from Det-Tronics
Detector Electronics Corp. (Det-Tronics)
July 16, 2013

Detector Electronics Corporation ("Det-Tronics"), Minneapolis, MN, introduces its  FlexSonic Acoustic Gas Leak Detector, a non-contact gas leak detector that analyzes 24 discrete ultrasonic bands, ignoring nuisance ultrasonic sources.  A high-fidelity microphone continuously monitors for the distinct ultrasound emitted by pressurized gas leaks across the widest spectrum of frequencies.  Reducing false positives, it can be programmed to ignore background noises, discerning between gas leaks and environmental noises, such as metal-on-metal contact, fans, machinery or vehicles. For noisy applications, the FlexSonic detector learns both regularly occurring and random sounds, detecting the actual acoustic gas leak “signature”.


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