- User adjustable high and low audio/visual alarms
- Flowmeter and controlling needle valve is mounted on the front panel of the monitor to control the flow rate across the sensor unit
- Unit is configured to enable power from a range of power supplies
- Available in panel mount or rack mount
Analox 9000 Nitrogen Analyzer Includes
- Trim Tool: Part Number 000-0181
- Power Lead
- Test Certificate and Manual
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- Nitrogen Range: 0.1 – 100%
- Power Options:
- AC input 85V to 264V
- DC input 12V to 32V
- input frequency 47-63 Hz
- Output Options: Relay, 4-20 mA, Battery back up
- Dimensions: 5.43 in. H x 9.45 in. L x 9.25 in. D (138 mm x 240 mm x 235 mm)
- Weight: 4.4 lbs (2.0 kg)
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The Analox 9000™ Nitrogen Monitor provides a continuous digital display of nitrogen concentration in the gas flowing through the sensor unit. The instrument displays the measured value on a 4 Digit red LED display over the range 0.1 to 100%.
The sensors used in the monitor are a helium thermal conductivity sensor and an electrochemical oxygen sensor. These sensor outputs are used by a microprocessor to calculate the nitrogen (or balance) concentration in the gas flow.
The 9000 monitor is located in the dive control room, at ambient temperature and pressure. When supplied with a gas sample line from the living chamber, diving bell or gas reclaim system the 9000 will provide nitrogen readings in percent (%N2).
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How does the 9000 Nitrogen Monitor analyze for Nitrogen?
The 9000 Nitrogen Monitor does not analyze for Nitrogen, rather it analyzes for Helium and Oxygen with the remaining gas being Nitrogen.