Gas analyzer ZFP9

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NDIR CO2 controller Ideal to monitor CO2 in the air The ZFP9, non-dispersive infrared gas analyzer, is suitable for CO2 concentration measurement in the air in greenhouses. Air analysis is performed using a non-dispersive infrared sensor (NDIR sensor). It allows ZFP9 to accurately measure CO2 concentration. The measured value is displayed directly on the indicator and is sent to the analog output (4 to 20mA) which is included in the standard model. Thanks to its alarm functions (high and low limit) as standard, it can also be used as a controller. APPLICATIONS This analyzer is particularly suitable for measuring CO2 concentration in greenhouses where CO2 level control is essential to ensure better crop efficiency. Other applications: CO2 measurement in building ventilation systems, CA (Controlled Atmosphere) storage facilities etc. FEATURES •Use of high-performance infrared-ray system •Excellent stability and easy maintenance •Control with upper/lower limit alarm functions possible •Compact and lightweight (Approx. 3kg) •Conformity with the RoHS directive •Pump and filter included SPECIFICATIONS Measuring system: NDIR (non-dispersion infrared ray system) Measured gas:CO2 in the air Measuring range:0 to 0.2%, 0 to 0.3%, 0 to 1%, 0 to 5%, 0 to 10%, 0 to 20% CO2 (as specified) Output signal: 4 to 20mA DC nonlinear (max. load resistance 350Ω) or 0 to 100mV DC nonlinear (output resistance 100Ω) Note) Linear ouput is available only for 0 to 0.2% range,4 to 20mA DC or 0 to 100 mV DC. Alarm function: Alarm setting range: 0 to 100% FS Setting method: set value display on indicator with internal upper/lower limit setting VR's


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