Oxygen analyzer DF-550E NanoTrace
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oxygen analyzer
oxygen analyzer
oxygen analyzer
oxygen analyzer
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Characteristics

Measured entity
oxygen
Application domain
monitoring, process
Measured value
trace
Configuration
portable, compact

Description

The DF-550E NanoTrace is designed for ultra-trace semiconductor UHP gas analysis An ultra-trace Coulometric oxygen analyzer, the DF-550E is optimized for quality measurements in ultra-high-purity electronic gases. High stability coulometric trace and percent measurements A no-compromise solution Simple maintenance and reduced ongoing costs The DF-550E is designed to deliver ultra-trace measurements of oxygen (O2) as a contaminant in ultra-high purity electronic gases. With the highly sensitive 200 parts-per-trillion (ppt) Lower Detection Limit (LDL) delivering superior analytical headroom, the DF-550E’s fast response provides sensitive and dependable process monitoring. Suitable for use with multiple background gases, the DF-550E is unaffected by sample and flow rate changes, making it ideal for upset prone conditions. Portability is optimized via a hand carry portable option and compact calibration system which can be integrated into the rear of the unit. High stability coulometric trace and percent measurements When you work in quality control of ultra-trace O2 contaminants, or carry out leak detection, you need an analyzer that can deliver both high performance, stable measurements and flexible use and configuration.

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Semicon West 2024

9-11 Jul 2024 San Francisco (United States) Stand 1652

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    SEMICON Taiwan 2024
    SEMICON Taiwan 2024

    4-06 Sep 2024 Taipei (Taiwan Region)

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