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Series 9600 Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Monitor2018-08-10T14:07:11+00:00

Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Analyzer – Series 9600

Carbon Dioxide Analyzer

The Series 9600 Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Analyzer is designed to provide continuous, unattended monitoring of both oxygen and carbon dioxide.

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State-of-the-Art Sensor Technology

High Precision Measurement

Wide Ranges

Provides Greater Instrument Versatility

User Scalable Analog Outputs

Better Defines the Concentrations of Interest

Rapid Speed of Response

Quickly Senses Changes in Gas Composition

Dual Adjustable Alarm Set Points

Set Critical Process Limits

Advanced Digital Electronics

Helps to Ensure Accurate Measuring Values

Minimum Maintenance

Low Cost of Ownership

4-Line Back-Lit LCD

Easy to Read in a Variety of Ambient Conditions

OXYGEN

  • Ranges: Percent: 0-100
  • Error Band: ± 1% of full scale
  • Response Time: 90% of full scale response in  < 20 seconds
  • Sensor Type: Long-life Electrochemical Sensor with EES
  • Operating Humidity Range: 0-99% RH non-condensing
  • Ambient Temperature Range: 40 to 100°F (5 to 38°C)
  • Sample Delivery: Pressurized sample or optional pump

CARBON DIOXIDE

  • Ranges: Percent: 0-20% Trace: 0-5,000 Parts Per Million (PPM)
  • Error Band: Percent Range: 0.1% or ± 5.0% of reading, whichever is greater Trace Range: ± 30 ppm or ± 2% of reading, whichever is greater (error stated at 77°F(25ºC) and 14.7 psig (1.03 kg/cm2))
  • Response Time: <35 seconds to 63% of step change @ a sample flow rate of 200ml/minute (recommended sample flow rate)
  • Sensor Type: Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR)
  • Operating Humidity Range: Operating Humidity Range:
  • Ambient Temperature Range: 40 to 100°F (5 to 38°C)
  • Sample Delivery: Pressurized sample or optional pump
  • Warranty: Two years electronics and sensors

ELECTRICAL

  • Display: 4 line x 20 character LCD for both O2 and CO2
  • Power Requirements: 90-264 VAC, 50-60 Hz
  • Analog Outputs: Two 4-20 mADC outputs that are range configurable. Either or both out puts can be set to provide 0-20 mADC
  • Audible Alarms: Internal audible alarm (user configurable per alarm)
  • Audible Alarm Canceling: Individual front panel buttons

SAMPLE GAS CHARACTERISTICS

  • Maximum Sample Flow Rate: 1.0 to 2.0 standard cubic feet per hour (SCFH). 0.1-0.5 liters per minute (SLPM) optimum
  • Sample Pressure Limits: <2.0 psig.(> 0.1406 kg/cm2)

CONSTRUCTION

  • Enclosure: NEMA 1, Powder coated, painted aluminum enclosure suitable for bench-top use
  • Enclosure Dimension: 10.76 in. (273.30 mm) Width 6.3 in. (160.02 mm) Height 13.10 in. (332.74 mm) Depth Note: All dimensions are without optional equipment
  • Gas Sample Connections: 1/4″ stainless steel compression fitting
  • Weight: <10 pounds (4.536 kg)

Overview

The Series 9600 Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Analyzer is designed to provide continuous, unattended monitoring of both oxygen and carbon dioxide simultaneously. The focal point of the Series 9600 is its state-of-the-art sensor technologies. The oxygen sensor is an extended life electrochemical sensor with EES (enhanced electrolyte system). This sensor provides exceptional accuracy and stability. EES retards passivation of the sensor anode by allowing the products of oxidation to dissolve in the electrolyte. In effect, the sensor is renewed continuously resulting in a significant increase in sensor life. In addition, the enhanced mechanical design of the sensor helps to ensure long life and virtually eliminates leakage of electrolyte, a nagging (and expensive) problem associated with other types of sensors.

Alpha Omega Instruments has complemented its oxygen measuring capabilities with a next generation NDIR (non-dispersive infrared) sensor. The carbon dioxide sensor incorporates closed-loop control for enhanced long-term calibration stability. The control signal is generated by means of an optical referencing element that monitors source intensity. This methodology, coupled with a novel source homogenizing gas sampling chamber, yields a system with greatly improved tolerance to changes in the infrared source outputs

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