FG-NET: a versatile liquid leak monitoring panel
FG-NET: a versatile monitoring panel taking the digital water leak detection technology to the next level
The FG-NET provides fully mapped, multiple simultaneous leak location to 1m accuracy across 500 lengths of sensing cables together with an advanced alarm and logging system. Coupled with TTK’s digital sensing cables, satellite devices (such as external relay box and sub-panels), and advanced management software TTKweb™, only available from TTK, the FG-NET provides you with an all-in-one leak detection solution.
Flexible Communication Interfaces
In addition to the user-friendly 7” touchscreen allowing fault location, the FG-NET has flexible interface options, the ability to communicate with a LAN connected BMS via Email, TCP/IP, MODBUS/JBUS, RS422/485 and Volt-free contacts. It is also the first IPV6 digital leak detection panel in the world.
The FG-NET is a powerful management system designed for large and complex protection requirements.
Warranty & Approvals
Besides commercial buildings, diverse applications of TTK leak detection systems using FG-NET panels have been helping our clients to monitor data centres, banking trading floors, semi-conductor plants, pharmaceutical laboratories, but also airports, gas stations, fuel storage tanks, fuel pipelines, power plants in oil & gas industry from hydrocarbon leakages.
To go further with FG-NET monitoring panel
- Did you know TTK’s digital liquid leak detection monitoring panel FG-NET is now the first compliant digital leak detection system with the Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) address? (read the article)
- Case study - Indonesia: FG-NET monitors both analogue panels and water sensing cables inside a data center. (read the story)
- Case study – United Kingdom: FG-NET ensures a continuous monitoring and an early detection in a state-of-the-art university laboratory from chemical solvents and hydrocarbon solvents leakage. (read the story)
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To learn more about FG-NET's solution on the solution page.