Intrinsically Safe On-line Dew Point Analyzer COSA Xentaur XDT-NEMA

SKU: XR66085
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Intrinsically Safe On-line Dew Point Analyzer COSA Xentaur XDT-NEMA is certified for use in Class I Division II hazardous locations. The XDT-NEMA will continually monitor air dryer performance, compressed air quality, and dry gas moisture, from ambient dew point levels to as low as -100ºC (-148ºF) up to +20ºC (+68ºF). It features two programmable alarm relays with programmable variable hysteresis, LCD backlight indicator, low screen life, uses an HTF Aluminum Oxide Sensor Technology, and IP65. Shop Now!

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$2,62650

Intrinsically Safe On-line Dew Point Analyzer COSA Xentaur XDT-NEMA

Features:

  • Class I Division II
  • HTF Sensor Technology
  • Span Check  in the Field
  • Multiple Housing Configurations
  • Very Low Drift
  • Long Sensor Life
  • LCD with backlight indicator
  • IP65

Introducing Intrinsically Safe On-line Dew Point Analyzer COSA Xentaur XDT-NEMA

Introducing as compact, simple and reliable instruments the Intrinsically Safe  On-line Dew Point Analyzer COSA Xentaur XDT-NEMA is certified for use in Class I Division II hazardous locations. The XDT-NEMA will continually monitor air dryer performance, compressed air quality and dry gas moisture, from ambient dew point levels to as low as -100ºC (-148ºF) up to +20ºC (+68ºF).

Among those excellent features includes are hermetically sealed relays for use in hazardous areas Division II, Analog Output, 6ft. Signal cable, power cable (specify connector) and User’s Manual.

It also features analog and digital outputs options for the RS 232 interfaces into the serial port of any PC or Mac, fully automated and the user is prompted through a simple one-minute procedure and an error indicator.

Technical Specifications:

Transmitter:
Sensor type:High capacitance Al2O3
Input Resolution:0.1°C dewpoint
Indicators:LCD with backlight, 3.5 digits and custom legends for units and mode, audio alert
Engineering units:Dewpoint in °F and °C, ppmv, g H2O/m3, lbs H2O/mm scf,
Controls:4 push buttons, all settings stored in EEPROM
Output options:4-20mA, 0-24mA or voltage outputs, linear to selected
engineering units, programmable span and range,
0.1°C dewpoint resolution.
RS-232 , baud rate 9600, resolution 0.1°C dewpoint
Isolation:Sensor is isolated from the power supply, analog output and RS-232.
Alarm relays option:Two programmable alarm relays with programmable
variable hysteresis, rated at 10A @240V. Failure
indication programmable to trigger alarm relays.
Power requirements:100 - 240 VAC, 50 or 60 Hz, autoranging or by order
12VDC or 15-30VDC 0.5A
Connections:Pluggable screw terminal block
Enclosure:Polycarbonate, Nema 4/4x Dimensions W-12cm x H-16cm
x D-9cm (W-4.7” x H-6.3” x D-3.5”); DIN 43700 - 8cm (3”) deep.
Temperature range of electronics:-10° to 50°C (14° to 122°F)
Optional Features:a) Medical Breathing Air Monitoring and Alarm Option,
complies with the recommendations of NFPA 99, 1996
edition
b) On-board battery backed real-time clock option,
facilitating Scheduled Timer Activated Single Point Self
Calibration/Verification procedure for sample systems
equipped with an electrically actuated switchover valve.
Warranty:1 year for full workmanship and defective parts

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    Intrinsically Safe Portable Dewpoint Transmitter COSA Xentaur XDT-NEMA is certified for use in Class I Division II hazardous locations. The XDT-NEMA will continually monitor air dryer performance, compressed air quality and dry gas moisture, from ambient dew point levels to as low as -100ºC (-148ºF) up to +20ºC (+68ºF). It features two programmable alarm relays with programmable variable hysteresis, LCD back light indicator, low screen life, uses a HTF Aluminum Oxide Sensor Technology and IP65.

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