The TMO2 is a compact, rugged, on-line transmitter that provides drift-free O2 measurement. It provides a superior level of performance and ease of use at a low cost. The TMO2 is ideal for use wherever accurate and reliable long-term oxygen measurement is critical to process and product quality. This includes inerting/blanketing liquid storage tanks, reactor feed gases, flare gas, catalyst regeneration, oxygen purity and many other applications.
The TMO2 is specifically designed to overcome the limitations of conventional oxygen analyzers. It does not require analyzer shack installation in a general-purpose area, but can be field mounted at the process measuring point. This minimizes sample conditioning requirements and ensures the best sample and the fastest possible response. Unlike other paramagnetic oxygen sensors, the TMO2 has no moving parts. This makes it insensitive to mounting position or vibration, providing excellent long-term reliability. The unique, dual-chamber oxygen cell design insures insensitivity to contamination and flow variations, and provides a zero and span stability that makes recalibration typically only a biannual requirement.
When recalibration does become necessary, it can be accomplished quickly and easily through zero and span potentiometers located inside the TMO2 enclosure. A complete line of performance-enhancing accessories make the TMO2 easy to use. These accessories include custom-designed sampling systems and several display options.
The TMO2 transmitter requires 24-VDC power and provides a 4 to 20mA output signal for O2 concentration. It is available in either weatherproof (NEMA 4X, IP65) or explosionproof (NEMA 7) enclosures, and in ranges from 0-1% to 0-100%, making it suitable for a wide variety of installations and applications.
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