Cities and governments and private companies worldwide are facing increased problems from hydrogen sulfide (H2S) emissions due to centralization of wastewater treatment plants.
H2S is produced in long pressure pipes because of elevated residence times. The problems arise partly because H2S is released in manholes and are converted to sulfuric acid, which is corroding the concrete etc., and because H2S is creating a hazardous and odorous work environment with great operating and maintenance costs.
Consibio offers an advanced and cost-effective solution for monitoring gaseous hydrogen sulphide (H2S) in various applications under harsh conditions. The H2S-sensor is optimized for battery-driven applications where power is not accessible or when shorter measurement campaigns with a plug-and-play setup is needed. It is ideal for distributed sewer system monitoring or monitoring H2S in the ventilation system of biogas plants.
Consibio Battery IoT Connector
The Consibio Battery IoT Connector is an industrial IoT Gateway, that offers a secure link between various industrial, analog and digital signals used by a plethora of 3rd party sensors and Consibio Cloud - An end-to-end platform allowing real-time streaming of sensor data, data logging, visualization, alarms and automatic control. The Battery IoT Connector is the physical link between all these cloud-based features and the mostused analog, industrial signal standards for sensors in the field and the plant floor. How it works: The IoT Connector collects data from various sensors using digital busses, 4-20mA loops, 0-10V voltage signals or other and streams these to the cloud in real-time.
The Consibio Cloud platform
The Consibio Platform is the most user-friendly, plug-&-play platform for monitoring sensor data and controlling any process environment.
Connect a sensor and instantly stream sensor data to the Consibio Cloud. From a computer or smartphone, you can login and see your data in real-time or visualize datalogs remotely.
Estimate key performance indicators for your process. Such as:
• Changes in measurements of H2S rather than the actual values
• Rates of production or removal of H2S
• Efficiencies of chemicals, filters, cleaning pigs, etc..
Control and optimize your process by getting directly notified of unexpected changes and directlycontrol dosing pumps, ventilation, etc.