TOCSIN 635 Gas Detection Control Panel
The TOCSIN 635 gas detection control panel is a small format, economical controller, for up to 1-8 or 1-32 detectors/devices. It is ideally suited for small to medium size applications. The system features IGD’s ground-breaking 1 click system setup and 2-Wire Addressable technology, for easy installations, utilising only a 2-Core cable. In addition the system features 1 click automatic system setup for faster and error free commissioning. The system will automatically setup detector alarm levels and control panel outputs within a matter of minutes.
Simple, cost effective and reliable. gas detection control panel.
One single 2-core cable with no required connection polarity connects all system devices. Auto find, Auto configure and Auto update, combined with our downloadable status reports are just some of the key features of the 635 gas detection control panel. This gives you the peace of mind that you have the right gas detection system doing the right job. Protecting both your plant and personnel.
There are two format control panels available:
TOC-635-MICRO = 1-8 detectors
TOC-635-PLUS = 1-32 detectors
Illuminated Jog Wheel
Our 635 Control panel features an illuminated jog wheel design. This allows you to see the full gas detection system status at a glance.
One Click System Setup
The 635 gas detection control panel utilises our industry first one click auto system setup. This means with a click of a button the system will automatically setup all alarms and connected devices. Reducing commissioning time and errors.
Clear Audible Visual Alarm
Our 635 has onboard audible and visual alarms, with a 2×8 colour change display showing digital live gas readings. This means you can easily place the panel outside of the room to act as a room status indictor and know exactly the status of your gas detection system.
Flush or Rear Mounted
The panel already has a small format footprint however it can be easily flush or rear mounted. Providing both a visual and ergonomic design and lets it blend into the surrounding.
Built-in Slam Switch
The TOCSIN 635 features a built in Slam Switch/E-Stop. This is designed so that it is an integrated part of the system. This means when the control panel is placed outside of the hazardous area there is no need to add an additional slam switch. Saving time, cost and less errors on commissioning.
Sentinel+ Addressable communication
The 635 gas detection control panel utilises our ground breaking Sentinel+ communication protocol. Which is packed full of features not seen on any other gas detection systems. The Sentinel +™ 2-Wire technology is an advanced digitally communicating gas detection system from IGD. The system provides fast efficient error free performance specifically designed to meet the unique requirements posed by gas detection hazards. The system provides ultimate flexibility to link your gas detection system to provide alarms, interface to plant shut down hardware and communicate clearly to BMS and similar systems. 2 Core cabling for both power and communication with no polarity requirement means cabling is minimised, reducing system costs with no compromise.
- 1 click automatic system setup
- Built in audible visual alarms
- Illuminated jog wheel
- Assignable LE’s and relays
- Built in slam switch
- Personal branding available
- Wifi connectivity
- Event log
- Battery backup
- Modbus connectivity
- System status report
- Calibration status report
- Sentinel+ communication
Ideal for small to medium size applications, including:
- Boiler Rooms
- Plant rooms
- Walk in cold stores/freezer units to help comply with EN 378
- Machine rooms
- Food preparation areas/commercial kitchens
- Cellar gas detection
Anne Vargas - Seaborg Technologies - Review TOCSIN 635 MICRO and TOC-750 Safe Area HF Detector
635 Controller and 750 Safe Area HF Detector Review
With regards to the equipment [TOCSIN 635 and 750 safe area detector] and setting up, so far we’re very happy about it. It was no problem to set it up and get it started. Luckily we haven’t had any alarms while operating yet, so we cannot share that experience as of now.
But generally it seems very user friendly!