This multifunction analyzer uses charts, graphs and windows to display any of six parameters (moisture, oxygen, temperature, pressure and two auxiliary inputs) for up to six channels simultaneously on a large, backlit LCD. Real-time data can also be exported to a PC using the instrument’s RS232 port and standard or custom software packages.
Installation costs are reduced and performance is enhanced by built-in software and hardware features, such as the Moisture Image Series Probe that measures moisture in gases and nonaqueous liquids with 16-bit resolution. Pressure and temperature sensors are also built in. It is intrinsically safe and can be located up to 3000 feet from the analyzer, connected to it by inexpensive, unshielded, twisted-pair wire.
Combining the MIS 1 Analyzer, the MIS Probe and GE Panametrics' Nondepleting Oxygen Cell creates a system capable of measuring up to six points each of ambient to trace amounts of moisture and oxygen. Computer-enhanced response and a true ppbv scale are included for fast response, and maximum resolution and accuracy in extremely low-level measurement applications.
For added flexibility, the analyzer’s auxiliary inputs will accept measurements from any sensor with current or voltage output, thus making the MIS 1 a true multifunction analyzer. Other features include intrinsic safety for all inputs, isolated analog outputs, alarm relays and built-in 24-VDC power supply for current loops. The instrument is available in rack, bench, panel, weatherproof, and explosionproof packages.
For further information about the Moisture Image Series 1- Multichannel Analyser visit GE Sensing at http://www.gesensing.com
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