"Series 9500 Oxygen Carbon Dioxide Monitor 9_02.PMD"
ALPHA OMEGA SERIES 9500 INSTRUMENTS Oxygen & Carbon Dioxide Monitor FEATURES BENEFITS √ State-of-the-Art Sensor Technology. High Precision Measurements. √ Dual Analog Outputs. Measure Both Gases Simultaneously. √ Rapid Speed of Response. Senses Changes in Gas Composition in Seconds. √ Dual LCD Displays. Visual Indication Along with Analog Outputs. √ Optional Dual Alarm Relays. Set Threshold Values for One or Both Gases. √ Rugged Instrument Enclosure. Ideal for a Laboratory/Industrial/Commercial Applications. √ Minimum Maintenance. Low Cost of Ownership. System Description The Series 9500 Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Monitor is Options/Accessories designed to provide continuous, unattended monitoring of √ Explosion Proof Enclosure both oxygen and carbon dioxide. The focal point of the Series 9500 is its state-of-the-art sensor technology. The oxygen √ Sample Pumps sensor is a patented extended life electrochemical sensor √ Sample Filters with EES (enhanced electrolyte system). This sensor pro- √ Alarm Relays vides exceptional accuracy and stability. EES retards passi- √ Pressure Regulators vation of the sensor anode by allowing the products of oxida- √ Flow meters tion 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 Applications leakage of electrolyte, a nagging (and expensive) problem ♦ Food Processing associated with other types of sensors. ♦ Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Alpha Omega Instruments has complemented its oxygen ♦ Environmental Monitoring measuring capabilities with a next generation NDIR (non-dis- ♦ Chemical/Petrochemical persive infrared) sensor. The carbon dioxide sensor incorpo- ♦ R&D rates closed-loop control for enhanced long-term calibration ♦ Laboratory Growth Chambers stability. The control signal is generated by means of an opti- cal referencing element that monitors source intensity. This ♦ Medical Equipment methodology, coupled with a novel source homogenizing gas ♦ OEM’s sampling chamber, yields a system with greatly improved tolerance to changes in the infrared source outputs. PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS Oxygen Carbon Dioxide Ranges: Percent: 0-100, 0-25, 0-10, 0-5, & 0-1. Percent: 0-25, 0-10, 0-5, & 0-3. Trace: (parts per million) 0-5,000, 0-2,000. Error Band: + 1% of full scale. + 0.5% of full scale or + 5.0% of reading, whichever is greater. For the 0-2,000 PPM range, +75 ppm. Response Time: 90% of full scale response in < 20 seconds. < 35 seconds to 63% of step change @ a sample flow rate of 500 ml/minute. Sensor Type: Patented electrochemcial sensor with EES. Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR). Operating 1-99% RH non-condensing. 5-95% RH non-condensing. Humidity Range: Gas Sample Quick connect fittings. Quick connect fittings. Connections: Sample Delivery: Pressurized sample or optional pump. Pressurized sample or optional pump. Alarm Relays: Single alarm relay for oxygen (optional). Single alarm relay for carbon dioxide (optional). Display: 3-1/2 digit LCD for oxygen. 3-1/2 digit LCD for oxygen. Outputs: 4-20 mADC. 4-20 mADC. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Power Requirements: 24 VDC (supplied through an AC/DC wall mounted adapter). Ambient Temperature Range: 40-100 OF (5-38 OC). Sample Pressure Limits: <1.0 psig. Enclosure: NEMA 1, general purpose polycarbonate enclosure suitable for bench-top use. Enclosure Dimensions: 11.4” H x 6.3” W x 5.0“ D. Warranty: Two years electronics, one year for sensors. Weight: <3 pounds (uncrated). Alpha Omega Instruments Corp. 30 Martin Street, Cumberland, RI 02864 Tel: 800.262.5977, Fax: 401.333.5550 Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.aoi-corp.com ALPHA OMEGA Alpha Omega Instruments reserves the right to change INSTRUMENTS specifications at any time. 09/02 Version 2.0