New Unit Monitors Nitrogen Oxide Emissions The new NOx Gateway monitors nitrogen oxide gas emissions created when burning natural gas in an internal combustion engine. The new tool allows for the integration of NOx sensors used with SCADA or control systems to retrieve emissions data and communicate that data to a corporate system or store it locally with real-time data stamping for later analysis. Uses include natural gas compressors and bifuel systems where gas is injected into diesel engines to substitute for diesel fuel. Other features of the monitor include USB interface for programming, two RS-232 ports, one RS-485 port, an Ethernet port, optional digital and analog I/O modules for ...

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