Cambridge Sensotec Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
New Rapidox 1100 Design
The Rapidox 1100 oxygen gas analyser continues to be the company's best-selling and versatile instrument due to its accurate and reliable service for over 15 years. Cambridge Sensotec is proud to announce a new design for the gas analyser with exciting enhancements.
A new OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screen now delivers improved visibility from every angle with four lines of information displayed. The Rapidox 1100 is easy to identify in laboratories, manufacturing plants or test facilities due to its new dynamic blue fascia design.
Additionally, for low ppm oxygen gas measurements, the Rapidox 1100Z models now include an updated zirconia planar sensor; providing a more effective sensor heater design, faster response time and superior service life.
An internal pressure sensor compensates for small changes in gas pressure to ensure that the readings remain stable. A powerful long-life pump draws in a gas sample at a flow rate set by the user between 0-1 litres per minute.
The Rapidox 1100 range are available in many variations including a choice of two electrochemical oxygen sensors, one for low ppm measurements of 1ppm to 1% and another for 1-100% oxygen range. Electrochemical sensors are ideal for applications where VOC's or flammable gases are present in the gas sample.
Other variations of the model include a three-channel multiplex version, which allows for three gas streams to be sampled from separate points. Gases can be analysed in sequence or at intervals set from the controls (front keypad or software). The Rapidox 1100 oxygen gas analyser can also be used to control an external proportional flow control valve (PFC). This is particularly useful within inert gas blanketing applications, where the analyser can regulate the level of gas based on the measurement of oxygen via the PFC control function.
Standard features on all models include two fully programmable alarm circuits (volt free contacts), programmable analogue outputs (0-10V and 4-20mA), easy calibration (user selectable gases), RS232 / RS485 communications and complete data-logging software.
The Rapidox 1100 oxygen gas analyser range is well suited to a wide range of applications including monitoring inert atmospheres within solder reflow ovens, welding and additive manufacturing chambers, metal heat treatment, medical and food packaging testing applications.
Cambridge Sensotec Limited specialises in the design and manufacture of gas analysis equipment under the Rapidox brand name. Based in the UK, the company has an established worldwide distribution network and ISO 9001 accreditation. The Rapidox range includes high precision, scientific gas analysis equipment designed for use in industrial processes, quality control applications, environmental monitoring and research and development experiments. Initially specialising in oxygen analysis, Cambridge Sensotec has since diversified and extended its product range into other gas analysis markets, including SF6 gas monitoring.
Cambridge Sensotec is also a UK distributor for many fixed and portable gas detectors including BW Technologies, Industrial Scientific, Oldham, WITT and Viamed.
About Cambridge Sensotec
Cambridge Sensotec Limited is an ISO9001 accredited Company based in the UK. Cambridge Sensotec Ltd manufacture a comprehensive range of on-line, portable and bench mounted gas analysers including zirconia and electrochemical oxygen sensors, dual-gas analysers such as CO2, CO and H2O. The company also produce a range of multiple gas analyser for SF6, SO2, H2, CH4 and many others. Our precision instruments are designed for industrial process and quality control applications as well as R&D experiments and environmental monitoring.
Cambridge Sensotec are also UK distributors for many fixed and portable gas detectors including BW technologies, Industrial Scientific, Oldham, WITT and Viamed.'
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