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California Analytical Instruments, Inc. \ Products: Infrared Analyzers: CAI 600
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  The CAI 601-2-3 NDIR/O2 digital analyzer product line is designed around a state of the art 16 bit microprocessor,  with 16 digital inputs, 16 digital outputs, 16 analog inputs and 4 analog outputs.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The analyzer can be manually operated from the keypad or remotely via TCP/IP, RS-232C communications and discrete inputs. The analyzer display includes screen presentation of all analyzer alarms. Four levels of password protection are provided. For precision measurements, the analyzer's accuracy is increased by entering calibration curve fit polynomials. Automatic calibration may be activated locally or remotely and includes auto calibration via preset times.

Applications

  • Stack Gases (CEM)
  • Combustion Efficiency
  • Turbine/Generator Feedback Control
  • Process Chemical Gas Analysis
  • Personnel Safety
  • Fuel Cell Analysis
  • Vehicle Emissions

Features

  • Measures From Low ppm up to 100% Full Scale
  • Measures Oxygen From 0-1% up to 0-100%
  • Multi-Component—Up to Three IR Channels or Two IR Channels Plus Oxygen
  • Up to Four User-Definable Ranges Per Channel (Within Factory Pre-Set Ranges)
  • CE Mark and ETL Listed—Conforms to UL STD 61010-1, Certified to CAN/CSA C22.2 STD No. 610610.1
  • Auto Calibration and Ranging
  • Fast Response Time
  • Temperature and Pressure Compensation
  • Comprehensive Diagnostics/Data Archiving
  • Output Options: Voltage, Current, RS-232, TCP/IP
  • Remote Monitoring and Control

Options

  • Internal Sample Pump
  • Sample Flow Control
  • Multiple Inputs
  • 19 Inch Rack Mount Slides
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Testimonials

"... fully recognized our urgent need and went above and beyond to surpass expectations ..."
Andrej Nicolic
Operation Manager

 

 

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