Principle: This thermal conductivity gas analyzer measures gas concentration by utilizing the different thermal conductivities of 2 gas components. In the detector, there are reference and measuring chambers in each of which a thin platinum wire is stretched.
The reference chamber is filled with reference gas and through the measuring chamber, sample gas is flowed. Each platinum wire composes a bridge circuit in combination with an external fixed resistor, and it is heated by flowing a constant current. Where there is a change in the concentration of the component under measurement, the thermal conductivity of sample gas will change to affect the temperature of the platinum wire in the measuring chamber. The resulting thermal change is taken out as a change in electric resistance, according to which the concentration of measured gas is calculated.
Easy-to-read, large LCD
PC communication available
Gas concentration alarm output
Two ranges to choose from
Output 4-20mA, ideal for system integration
Linear measurement output signal.
H2 concentration measurement for: Semiconductor equipment Hydrogen generator
Other applications suitable for thermal conductivity principle.
H2-200 can be also customized to measure Argon or CO2 in two units gases, but need to specify before P.O.
IMR Environmental Equipment, Inc. 3634 Central Ave.
St. Petersburg, FL 33711 – USA Phone: 727-328-2818