Tired of pellistor sensors that are susceptible to poisoning? Blackline partnered with Nevada Nano and was the first to bring their ground-breaking Molecular Property Spectrometer (MPS™) ground-breaking flammable gas to market. Just like a non-dispersive (NDIR) infrared sensor, MPS cannot be poisoned. But unlike NDIR, MPS can detect hydrogen, delivering best-of-both-worlds performance.
MPS uses new technology to detect the presence of combustible gases to deliver the TrueLEL™ measurement of more than a dozen gases and their gas mixtures. Going one step further, MPS also features a new gas classification system. Combined with Blackline's location technology, you'll have access to more gas detection data than ever before.
A leading gas detection program begins with leading and reliable gas sensor technology. Blackline offers one of the largest portfolio of gas sensors on the market. We use only the highest quality sensors from leading providers including Ion Science, City Technology, MIPEX, Gas Sensing Solutions (GSS) and NevadaNano.
|Gas||Sensor type||Sensor model||Range||Resolution|
|Ammonia (NH3)||Electrochem.||City Tech., NH3 3E 100 SE||0–100 ppm||0.1 ppm|
|High-range ammonia (NH3)||Electrochem.||City Tech., NH3 E3 500 SE||0–500 ppm||1 ppm|
|Carbon monoxide (CO)||Electrochem.||City Tech., 4CF+||0–500 ppm||1 ppm|
|High-range carbon monoxide (CO)||Electrochem.||City Tech., 4CM||0–2000 ppm||5 ppm|
|Hydrogen-resistant carbon monoxide (CO-H)||Electrochem.||City Tech., 2CF3||0–500 ppm||1 ppm|
|Carbon dioxide (CO2)||NDIR||GSS, MinIR||0–50,000 ppm||50 ppm|
|Chlorine (Cl2)||Electrochem.||City Tech., Cl2 3E 50||0–20 ppm||0.1 ppm|
|Chlorine dioxide (CLO2)||Electrochem.||City Tech., ClO2 3E 1 O||0–2 ppm||0.01 ppm|
|Carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide (COSH)||Electrochem.||City Tech., 4COSH||0–500 ppm CO, 0–100 ppm H2S||1 ppm CO,
0.1 ppm H2S
|Hydrogen cyanide (HCN)||Electrochem.||City Tech., HCN 3E 30 F||0–30 ppm||0.1 ppm|
|Hydrogen sulfide (H2)||Electrochem.||City Tech., 4HS+||0–100 ppm||0.1 ppm|
|High-range hydrogen sulfide (H2S)||Electrochem.||City Tech., 4HS+ Hydrogen Sulfide||0–500 ppm||0.5 ppm|
|NDIR||MIPEX, 02-X-X-X.1||0–100% LEL||1% LEL|
|Combustible MPS (LEL-MPS)||Molecular Property Spectrometer||NevadaNano, MPS||0–100% LEL||0.1% LEL|
|Nitrogen dioxide (NO2)||Electrochem.||City Tech., 4ND||0–50 ppm||0.1 ppm|
|Oxygen (O2)||Pumped electrochem.||City Tech., 4OxLL (long-life)||0–25% vol||0.1% vol|
|Ozone (O3)||Electrochem.||City Tech., O3 3E 1||0–1 ppm||0.01 ppm|
|Photoionization (PID)||PID||Ion Science, MiniPID 2||0–6,000 ppm||0.1 ppm
|Sulfur dioxide (SO2)||Electrochem.||City Tech., 4S Rev. 2||0–100 ppm||0.1 ppm|
Reconfiguring and redeploying a G7 detector with new sensors is easy, eliminating down-time and future-proofing your investment. Cartridges are easily and quickly changed out in the field. No matter if you want to equip a G7 wearable with a different gas sensor cartridge, a user encounters a sensor issue or a cartridge gets damaged — our plug-and-play cartridges can be replaced in seconds. Maximize device uptime and minimize maintenance to save your business money.
With our optional Blend service plan, gas sensor are included as part of your service plan. Compared to an upfront purchase of our G7 personal and area gas monitors with gas sensor cartridges, our Blend service plan provides peace of mind that your investment is covered. Should a sensor fail, we'll send you a new cartridge at no charge — gas sensor cartridges are field replaceable in seconds.
With G7’s modular design, sensor maintenance is uniquely simple. Bump tests and calibrations are performed using cal-caps or Blackline’s G7 Dock. All test data is communicated back to Blackline Live from the device — wirelessly and in real-time — for compliance tracking and reporting. With G7, never waste time manually collecting and downloading calibration logs again.
And when you’re ready, G7x and data science work together to help you proactively identify gas leaks, unlock worksite efficiencies and so much more. Our Blackline Vision team is here to help you leverage this data to improve both safety and productivity.
Finally, servicing gas sensors and wasting time on replacing sensors is a thing of the past. When a G7 gas sensor reaches the end of its serviceable life, simply switch the cartridge out for a new one, without taking the device out of service.