Panametrics OXY.IQ-031-10 Transmitter data sheet

Panametrics OXY.IQ-031-10 Transmitter data sheet

Panametrics OXY.IQ-031-10 Transmitter

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OXY.IQ: oxy.IQ Oxygen Transmitter; 4 to 20 mA output

0: No sensor

3: Intrinsically safe , US/CAN Class 1, Div 1, Groups ABCD, T4; ATEX / IECEx Ex ia IIC Ga T4

1: 2mtrs of cable

1: Zener Barrier

0: No Special Requirements

 

Applications
An oxygen transmitter for use in:
• Glove box purge and leak detection
• Natural gas
• Semiconductor wafer machines
• Coating process machines
• Membrane air separators
• Inert welding gases
• Pure gaseous hydrocarbon streams
• Process monitoring of gaseous monomers
• Heat treating and bright annealing
Features
• Two-wire, loop-powered 4 to 20 mA transmitter
• Display with keypad
• Intrinsically safe option (pending)
• Proven galvanic fuel cell O2 sensor technology
• User selectable ranges for ppm and percent
oxygen
• User-friendly and intuitive user interface with
diagnostics
• Microprocessor-based, all-digital technology for
reliable operation
• Low maintenance, economical and compact
• Sensor failure output error
• Sensor lifetime indication
• NAMUR error indication

Oxygen Sensor Interference Gases
H2S <5 ppm <10 ppm 0.0005% 0.01% 0.001% 0.1%
SO3 <10 ppm <10 ppm 0.01% 0.1% 0.01% 0.1%
SO2 <10 ppm (3) 0.01% 0.1% (3) (3)
HCI <1000 ppm (3) 0.1% 1.0% (3) (3)
HCN <1000 ppm (3) 0.1% 1.0% (3) (3)
CO2 <1000 ppm (3) 0.1% 20% (3) (3)
NO2 (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2)
CL2 (2) (2) (2) (2) (2) (2)
Cont. = Continuous, Int. = Intermittent
(1) Recommended maximum exposure 30 minutes followed by flushing with
ambient air for equal period
(2) Minimal effect on sensor performance, but produces signal interference of
1:2 ratio, ppm levels only. For example, 100 ppm NO2 looks like 200 ppm O2
(3) Minimal effect on sensor performance

Power Requirements
24 to 28 VDC at 50 mA
Cable
• PN 704-1318: blue jacket, twisted pair with connector;
26 AWG; 2 or 10 m length
Output
Total load must equal 250 W ±5% when using zener
barrier
Non-Incendive (Div 2) and
General Purpose Installation
No zener barrier is used.
Power Requirements
9 to 28 VDC loop powered, 0.7 W max
Cable
• PN 704-1317: black jacket, twisted pair with connector;
26 AWG; 2 or 10 m length
All Installations
Process Wetted Materials
• SS process unit: 316 stainless steel, Viton® O-ring, gold
plated sensor electrical contacts and glass
User-Selectable Measurement Ranges
• PPM sensors:
�?0 to 10 ppmv O2 (OX-1 or OX-2 only)
�?0 to 20 ppmv O2 (OX-1 or OX-2 only)
�?0 to 50 ppmv O2 (OX-1 or OX-2 only)
�?0 to 100 ppmv O2
�?0 to 200 ppmv O2
�?0 to 500 ppmv O2
�?0 to 1000 ppmv O2
�?0 to 2000 ppmv O2
�?0 to 5000 ppmv O2
�?0 to 10,000 ppmv O2
• Percent sensors:
�?0% to 1% O2
�?0% to 2% O2
�?0% to 5% O2
�?0% to 10% O2
�?0% to 25% O2
�?0% to 50% O2
Accuracy
• ±1% of range at calibration point
• ±2% of range at the calibration point for the 0 to 10
ppmv range (OX-1 or OX-2 only)
Repeatability
• ±1% of range
• ±2% of Range for the 0 to 10 ppmv range (OX-1, 2 only)
Resolution
±0.1% of range
Linearity
±2% of range (OX-1, 2, 3, 5)
±5% of range (OX-4)
O2 Sensor Operating Temperature
32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C)
Sample Pressure
Vented to atmosphere during operation and calibration
Atmospheric Pressure Effect
±0.13% of reading per mmHg (directly proportional to
absolute pressure). During calibration, pressure and flow
must be kept constant.
Process Connection
• 1/8 in NPT inlet and outlet
Dimensions
4.10 in x 2.75 in x 2.05 in
Weight
1.35 lb (612 grams)

Sample Flow Rate
1.0 SCFH (500 cc/min) recommended for process units
Electrical Classification/Certification (Pending)
Intrinsically Safe package with zener barrier
USA/Canada
IS for Class I, II, III, Div 1, Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, G, T6
AEx ia IIC T6; Ex ia IIC T6; Tamb -20 to +60°C
EU ATEX and International IECEx
Ex Ia IIC Ge T6
Ex ta IIC De T85C
Tamb -20 to 60°C
Standard package; Non-incendive without use of zener
barrier or galvanic isolator
USA/Canada
Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D, T6
ATEX/ IECEx
Ex na IIC T6
Weatherproof/Corrosion Resistant
Type 4X
IP66
European Compliance
Complies with EMC Directive 2004/108/EC