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Fixed PolyXeta 2 Gas Alarm Devices of the

  1. PX2-1 series with Ex db protection for Zone 1 and 2
  2. PX2-2 series with Ex nA protection only for Zone 2

Designed for the continuous monitoring of the ambient air to detect combustible gases and vapors for use in the hazardous areas of zones 1 and/or 2 according to Directive 2014/34/EU.


The PolyXeta®2 sensor is used in industrial areas like the oil/gas industry, biogas plants, petrochemical industry, power plants etc. in Ex-Zone 1 (PX2-1) and/or 2 (PX2-2). The PolyXeta®2 sensor is also suitable for commercial areas like gas transfer stations etc.

With the 4–20 mA / RS485-ModBus output signal, the sensor is suitable for connection to the PolyGard®2 gas controller series by MSR-Electronic, as well as to any other controllers or automation devices. Optionally, the PolyXeta®2 sensor is also available with LCD display and relay output.


ATEX and IEC Ex certificates MSR-Electronic for electrical Ex protection
• Metrological test & SIL2 safety functions 4–20 mA, RS485, and relay
• PX2-1 for zone 1 (and also suitable for zone 2):
• Type “Ex db” with flame-proof enclosure
• PX2-2 for zone 2:
• Type “Ex nA” with flame-proof enclosure
• Enclosure: additional CSA certificate for Class I, Div. 1
• Continuous monitoring
• Microprocessor with 12-bit converter resolution
• Self-monitoring system
• Easy calibration
• Calibration service by exchanging the sensor head
• Proportional 4–20 mA output
• Serial interface to the control center
• Reverse polarity protection
• Overload protection
• LCD display with status LEDs (optional)
• Alarm and fault signal relay (optional)