Michell Instruments XTP501 Oxygen Analyser

Monday, 17 February, 2020 | Supplied by: AMS Instrumentation & Calibration Pty Ltd



Michell Instruments has launched a lightweight oxygen analyser to provide control of oxygen from 500 ppm O2 to oxygen purity in safe-area applications.

The XTP501 Oxygen Analyser uses Michell’s thermo-paramagnetic technology for stable measurements. The sensors are non-depleting and should last for the life of the instrument under normal operation. Only minimal maintenance is required and there are no consumable parts to replace.

The analyser offers users a choice of ranges for specific applications. There are six available ranges to choose from: 0–1/21/25% O2 and 20/80/90–100% O2, suitable for a wide range of application needs, from monitoring trace oxygen in inert gases to ensuring the purity of oxygen generated for use as an industrial gas.

The product is a stable instrument at ±0.25% of span per month and accurate to ±0.02% O2. Because they have no moving parts or liquid components, thermo-paramagnetic oxygen sensors are robust and not affected by vibration or sudden shocks.

With a lightweight IP55-rated casing, the analyser is compact and easily installed. Suitable for indoor installation, the IP55 case makes it robust enough for most industrial safe-area conditions such as food and beverage production, non-hazardous installations and small-scale industrial gas production. It has an intuitive touchscreen interface that is easy to use, interrogate and set up.

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