Gas Monitoring is an essential part of our products. It will keep your team informed on all the required values in real time. The service can run on your own devices such as mobile phones, tablets, and laptops. Our software has pre-built alarm systems to inform you about a selected aspect of the operation. It can send text messages, emails and so on when a certain value gets out of gauge. It alerts us as well as your team. On most occasions, we approach you in advance if we notice that something does not look right to rectify the problem.
The application for gas monitoring has no bounds. It’s applicable in every single industry across all different applications. The measured values can differ on an application. For example, in the Laser cutting industry the most commonly measured are gas purity, pressure and dew point but in fish farming, it will be temperature, oxidation and salinity.
We design or modify our software and hardware to monitor any specific values if required. We work with our clients to develop custom monitoring methods for special requirements.
The sensor can be configured using a local WiFi connection which is available from a smartphone/tablet device, this allows alarm readings and data logging intervals to be set. The datalog can also be downloaded as a CSV file and includes the minimum, maximum and average sensor reading duringthe user-selected data logging interval.
For multiple units, there is also an option for mesh connectivity, so that if any sensor goes into alarm it automatically triggers every other instrument in the group. based Sensor has pre-built GSM sim card connection and a remote alarm beacon. This means the sensor will send text messages if the reading exceeds the pre-set limit.
The sensor design allows measuring of oxygen
concentrations from 0,50 to full 100.00 %, regardless
of gas pressure. High oxygen concentrations do not
affect the sensor’s lifespan. The absolute precision
of reading is ±0,5 % within the full measuring
scale. Unlimited Shelf Life while stored in the normal
atmosphere. Proved lifespan of over 10 years while
operated in gas with >5 % of oxygen.
Integrated display showing reading results and
allowing calibration without any additional device.
Fulfilling dimensional requirements for most of the
existing relevant PSA devices. Both 4–20 mA and
Modbus RTU interface. System for logging operation
conditions accessible by Android application.
In Oxysystems, we believe that there is no space for
compromise in engineering. That is why thousands of our
customers worldwide choose our technologies for projects
to have the highest reliability and superior precision.
The OXY2-Z analyzer represents the perfection of Zirconia-based analyzers.
After decades of development, testing, and experience across various industries,
the ion-pump technology used in OXY2-Z has been proudly accepted as worth
the excellence of the Oxysystems brand.
The Atmospheric Guard is the latest addition to the Oxysystems test instrument range. This configurable instrument is available for monitoring either atmospheric or compressed-air supplies (up to 10 barg). Up to 6 different sensors can be fitted to suit a client’s individual requirements. As standard the compressed-air version is fitted with a dewpoint meter rated down to -20°C PDP.
The unit has a volt-free contact to allow it to be used for a range of scenarios such as sounding an external alarm or shutting down equipment. Alarm settings and the datalog file can be configured by the user over a wireless interface. Designed for challenging ambient light conditions the large 3.5” LCD shows live sensor readings. If any of these exceed the configurable alarms levels they automatically change colour to indicate which of them are now in alarm. At the same time, a 360° edge light will show users who cannot directly see the screen that the unit is in alarm.
The instrument can be powered directly from a 110/230V mains supply via an adaptor (or 12/24V AC/DC) and also incorporates rechargeable batteries as a backup providing up to 8 hours of run time.
Depending on the number of sensors fitted the user can display the sensor readings in a variety of formats.
The Atmospheric guard can be configured using a local WiFi connection which is available from a smartphone/tablet device; this allows alarm readings and data logging intervals to be set.
The datalog can also be downloaded as a CSV file and includes the minimum, maximum and average sensor reading during the user-selected data logging interval. For multiple units, there is also an option for mesh connectivity, so that if any Atmospheric guard goes into alarm it automatically triggers every other instrument in the group. Future options include fully featured cloud-based data logging over WiFi or a GSM connection and a remote alarm beacon.
The Oxy-Para-Extreme is a Paramagnetic Oxygen module which has been designed to provide continuous stable oxygen measurements for Oxygen generators.
The module combines a unique set of features which provides the best performance available in the market.
Temperature control ensures reading stability across the operating temperature range. Regular air calibration to optimise long-term stability. Pressure compensation to provide accurate readings at different altitudes and varying levels of barometric pressure.
Moreover, the module can be connected to a PC using a USB cable. The OxyPara Configuration utility provides service and installation personnel set-up and diagnostics features. The USB interface can also be used for software updates.
Two LED indicators are used to show the operation status of the module including temperature control and air calibration status.