“Technology for Life” is the guiding philosophy. Whether in the operating room, in intensive care or emergency response services, Dräger / Draeger products protect, support and save lives.
Dräger offers its customers anaesthesia workstations, medical ventilation, patient monitoring as well as neonatal care for premature babies and newborns. With ceiling supply units, IT solutions for the OR, and gas management systems the company is at the customer’s side throughout the entire hospital.
Emergency response services, law and regulatory enforcement and the industry trust in Dräger’s integrated hazard management, in particular for personal protection and plant safety. This includes: respiratory protection equipment, stationary and portable gas detection systems, professional diving equipment and systems, as well as alcohol and drug impairment detection. In collaboration with its customers Dräger develops customized solutions, such as entire fire training systems, training concepts and workshops.
Dräger has about 13,500 employees worldwide and is currently present in more than 190 countries. The company has sales and service subsidiaries in over 50 countries. Its development and production facilities are based in Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, South Africa, the USA, Brazil, the Czech Republic and China.
The Dräger Polytron Pulsar 2 is the latest infrared technology in open path gas detection. Equipped with all the same functions as the standard Dräger Pulsar, Pulsar 2 is fitted with an ABS moulded cover and is supplied with either a junction box or certified connector to provide complete flexibility during installation.
Designed for one man installation and commissioning through use of a hand-held terminal the Pulsar 2 transmitter and receiver can be accurately aligned, gas level zeroed and commissioned with maximum efficiency. The factory calibration of the Polytron Pulsar 2 makes manual setting and test gas superfluous.
The Pulsar receiver communicates to the transmitter via a digital link which allows the receiver to identify and adjust to fluctuating environmental conditions. The microprocessor built into the receiver unit instructs the transmitter unit to increase the flash rate for increased performance and accuracy. The Pulsar is immune to influences such as sunlight, gas flares, arc welding or resonance effects due to vibrations of rotating parts, as well as to environmental influences such as mist, drizzle or snow. The flash rate is also increased upon the detection of gas to ensure both accuracy and fast response.
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