Specialised gas analysis corporation, Cambridge Sensotec, has upgraded its most popular analyser – the Rapidox 1100.
The device now features a new OLED screen, providing four lines of displayed information as well as offering improved visibility. The instrument has also been revamped with a blue fascia design for easy identifiability.
Additionally, the Rapidox 1100Z models now include an updated zirconia planar sensor for low ppm O2 gas measurements, providing a more effective sensor heater design, faster responses and increased service life.
The addition of an internal pressure sensor regulates small changes in gas pressure and ensures stable readings, whilst a long-life pump draws in sample gas at adjustable flow rates.
The UK-based business stressed, “The Rapidox 1100 O2 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.”
The Rapidox 1100 analyser can also be used to control an external proportional flow control (PFC) valve – regulating gas levels based on O2 measurements via this control function is typically used in inert gas blanketing applications.
Other variations of the model include a three-channel multiplex version, allowing for three gas streams to be sampled from separate points.