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Handheld MultiGas Aanlyzer for Industrial and Combustion Processes

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Optima 7 is a true 7 sensors Hand Held Emission Analyzer which can be equipped with up to 6 electrochemical sensors and a CO2 IR-bench for simultaneous measurement. Selected cells can be installed for low CO and low NO with resolution down to only 0,1 ppm.

The most powerful handheld MULTIGAS ANALYZER for industrial combustions, emission- and process monitoring using up to 5 electrochemical sensors.

    * Trend setting technology with up to 7 gas sensors
    * Modern, slimline enclosure with fixing magnets
    * Super bright, colour 3,5” TFT-display with LED backlight
    * Mini-USB for cable data transfer
    * Bluetooth wireless data transfer
    * IRDA interface for high speed infrared printer
    * Integrated condensate trap with PTFE filter and LED backlight
    * Menu guided software and function keys
    * Robust stainless steel gas connectors

O2, CO2, CO, NO, NO2, NOX, SO2, H2S - with calculated NOX emissions as mg/m3 and mg/sec

Product Handheld MultiGas Aanlyzer for Industrial and Combustion Processes
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Fuchshalde 8 74172 Neckarsulm-Obereisesheim Germany

Tel: +49 (0) 7132 - 99 62 0
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