Ultra-high capacitance aluminium oxide.
-166°F to -4°F (-110°C to -20°C) dewpoint, Silver
-148°F to +32°F (-100°C to 0°C) dewpoint, Purple
-112°F to +20°F (-80°C to +20°C) dewpoint, Blue
Supplied with a Certificate of Test and Calibration traceable to NPL/NIST.
Better than ±3.6°F (±2°C dewpoint)
Better than ±0.54°F (±0.3°C dewpoint)
Span check and correction carried out by following simple on screen instructions.
Temperature compensated for operating range.
Typical sensor response times
Dry to Wet: -166°F to -4°F(-110°C to -20°C) dewpoint, <20 secs
Wet to Dry: 14°F to -76°F (-10°C to -60°C) dewpoint, <180 secs
Flow independent, recommended 5 to 10 lt/min, max 20 lt/min.
Typically 10 years, dependant on application.
Integral calculator for display of dewpoints at pressure for both “ideal” gases and natural gas.
Conforms to EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, amended 95/31/EEC
3.5 inch full colour LCD graphical display with backlight.
Rechargeable Li-ion battery.
Charges from USB and universal mains charger supplied.
In excess of 150 hours of continuous use from full charge.
Time to full charge
Empty to full, approx. 14 hours.
Warm up time
Micro SD card
Used as a data log backup. Also contains User Tool software and pdf of Operating Manual.
3.1 lbs (1.4 kg)
8.47 x 4.25 x 4.88 inches (215 x 108 x 124 mm) with head closed.
Atmospheric pressure. 4 psig (0.3 barg)
Operating temperature (ambient)
14°F to +122°F (-20°C to +50°C)
Operating humidity (ambient)
Max. 95% non-condensing
Storage temperature and humidity
-4°F to +122°F (-20°C to +50°C) Max. 95% non-condensing
24 months faulty workmanship and materials.
Logging (Optional Extra)
Integral data storage
Up to 300,000 date and time stamped readings Stored in up to 20 user definable folders.
User definable from 5 seconds to 1 hour.
Graphical and numerical
Real time logging
Can log directly to PC when connected via USB or Bluetooth.
Bluetooth connectivity provided with logging package.
Note on Corrosive Gases: The Sensor should not be exposed to corrosive gases (or corrosive contaminants in the gas sample) as these can chemically attack the sensor, impairing calibration accuracy and/or damaging it beyond economic repair. Examples of such gases are mercury (Hg), ammonia (NH3), chlorine (Cl2) etc. Strong oxidising agents such as ozone (O3) should also be prevented from coming into contact with the sensor.