HY-OPTIMA™ 1700AS Process Hydrogen Analyzing System
H2scan’s HY-OPTIMA™ Model 1700AS Process Hydrogen Analyzing System provides tsa complete solution for process hydrogen measurement in refineries, chemical plants, air separation units and industrial gas manufacturing plan. The system comprises H2scan’s hydrogen specific analyzer in a NEMA 4X enclosure with sampling systems and is capable of operating in a broad spectrum of process conditions.
Hydrogen Sensitivity Range:
0.5% to 100% hydrogen by volume at 1 ATM
Response Time: T90 < 30 sec Ingress Protection: IP64 capable Recommended Verification Interval: 90 days Product Life Expectancy: 10 years Accuracy(*): ± 0.3% absolute for 0.5 to 10% H2 ± 1.0% absolute for 10 to 100% H2 Drift/week: ± 0.2% absolute for 0.5 to 10% H2 ± 0.4% absolute for 10 to 100% H2 Repeatability: ± 0.2% absolute for 0.5 to 10% H2 ± 0.4% absolute for 10 to 100% H2 Linearity: ± 0.2% absolute for 0.5-10% H2 ± 0.4% absolute for 10-100% H2
Analog Output: 4 mA to 20 mA Serial Communication: RS422
Inlet Conditions: Inlet pressure: 30-510 PSIG* Process temperature: -20 to 60ºC* Operating Voltage: 15VAC/230VAC Enclosure Classification: NEMA 4X Sample Flow Rate: .1 to 10 SLPM*
Intrinsically Safe Power Barrier Armored Power / Analog Cable: 4 m Serial Interface Cable: 4 m (custom lengths optional)
Single Channel Intrinsically Safe Analog Output Barrier (with or without relays) Single Channel Intrinsically Safe RS422 Interface Barrier Vortex Cooler Enclosure Heater: 200 Watts, 1.74 Amps at 115 VAC
Length: 24’’ Height: 24’’ Width: 10’’
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