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19″ NDIR Gas analyser GA2XX

19″ NDIR Gas analyser GA2XX

Gas Analyzer 2xx (GA2xx)

The gas analyzer has been developed and designed for the fast and easy online measurement of IR-active gases where no further interference components are to be expected and low detection limits are required.

The gas analyser can be integrated into any control system and meets all legal-, technical-, safety- and control related requirements. The gas analyser is available in multiple versions for various gases!

Features:

  • NDIR-based detection with up to three detectors
  • Optional EC sensor and paramagnetic cell (02)
  • Eight internal measuring points
  • High-resolution sensor electronics with low detection limits
  • Long-term calibration stability (patented)
  • Analog and digital output protocols available
  • Protected data logging available
  • Touchscreen interface via monochrome 3.5″ display

Benefits:

  • Directly measured value display
  • Measuring principle NDIR | UV | EC
  • High long-term stabilities
  • Low calibration effort
  • Low costs for maintenance/service
  • Transportable

Fields of applications:

  • Chemistry
  • Recycling
  • Environment
  • Monitoring
  • Verification
  • Pharmaceutical
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Specifications

Measuring range 2 ... 100 g/m³ depending on gas type
Measuring principle NDIR / Electrochemical / UV
Ambient temperatures +5° ... +45°C
Interfaces Standard RS-232
Optional: RS-485 (Profibus DP), Ethernet (Modbus TCP / Ethernet IP), Profinet
Protection class IP20
Supply voltage 230V AC / 50 Hz
Analogue outputs Optional: 4x 4 ... 20mA
Programmable & galvanically isolated
Digital outputs 2 relay contacts: Ready / Fault
4 relay contacts: max. 48V / 500 mA
Digital inputs 4 inputs: 24V AC / DC
Detection limit < 2 mg/m³ depending on substance
Heat up time max. 30 min. (at 20°C)
Dimensions (H x W x D) 132.5 x 483 x 400mm
Display Touchscreen 128 x 64 pixels
Max flow 4 l/min

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