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        EN-610 HYDROGEN ANALYZER

        OVERVIEW

             EN-610 hydrogen analyzer utilises the gas thermal conductivity, a physical property which measures specific component in mixed gases through that gases have different thermal conductivities. The analyzer has such function as isolated current output, relay alarm output, communication interface and measured data memory.


        FEFATURES

      1. High performance, non-depleting, thermal conductivity gas transducer
      2. With excellent reliability, high-sensitivity, low drift
      3. No requirement for a reference gas during operation
      4. Big LCD display, English or Chinese menu to operate
      5. Automatic memory measured data and curve, with checking privious measured data
      6. One isolated, linearized 0~10 or 4~20mADC output
      7. One alarm relay, with upper or lower limit alarm point can be set within the full range
      8. With RS232 interface for measured data communication

        SPECIFICATIONS

        Measuring priciple:Thermal-conductivity
        Measured component:H2
        Maximum range:0~100%(Arbitrary range option between 0~100%)
        Minimum range:0~1%
        Linearity error:≤±1.5%FS
        Resolution:0.01%Outline dimension:144 x 144 x 250mm (H x W x L)

        REQUIREMENTS FOR MEASURED GAS

        Temoerature:5~40℃
        Pressure:0.002~0.05MPa
        Dust :0.3μm or less (Recommended membrane filter)
        Moisture: Below a level where saturation occurs at 2°C (condensation unallowable)
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