This is the third and final part of a case study on Implementing a Carbon Monoxide (CO) Gas Detection System in a car dealership’s service area. Read:
Part 1: Designing a Carbon Monoxide (CO) Gas Detection System and
Part 2: Start Up and Commissioning of A Carbon Monoxide (CO) Gas Detection System
The following photos were taken at the car dealership.
Car Dealership Service Area: Honeywell Analytics E3Point system installed to protect service technicians from Carbon Monoxide exposure. The E3Point system has become the industry standard for CO detection in commercial space.
E3Point Networked Carbon Monoxide (CO) Sensor located in service technician’s work area. Networked sensors are easy to install and only require 4 wires. Versions of the E3Point sensor include: Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Oxygen (O2), Hydrogen (H2), Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Methane (CH4) and Propane (C3H8).
Calibrating an E3Point Carbon Monoxide sensor is required to ensure proper accuracy and functionality of the sensor. Calibration is quick and easy, and each sensor can be commissioned in less than 5 minutes.
The Honeywell Analytics 301C Controller communicates with a network of E3Point Carbon Monoxide (CO) sensors. The 301C is capable of monitoring a network of up to 96 sensors. Versions of the 301C controller are also available with data-logging and Bacnet IP communication abilities.
Stand Alone version of the E3Point Carbon Monoxide (CO) sensor. This sensor is located within a Service Drive Thru area small enough to require only one sensor in the space. The Stand Alone CO sensor has 2 onboard relays and a Horn Buzzer. In this application the sensor is wired to energize an exhaust fan, open the garage doors and sound an alarm horn in response to increasing levels of CO in the space.