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HC51M - FID Hydrocarbon CH4, nmHC, THC Analyzer

HC51M - Hydrocarbon analyzer

FID Hydrocarbon (CH4, nmHC, THC) Analyzer


 

HC51M - FID Hydrocarbon (CH4, nmHC, THC) Analyzer

Uses the principle of flame ionization detection to measure the concentration of hydrocarbons in the range of 0-1000 ppm.

Available in 2 versions for the simultaneous and continuous measurement of:

  • THC
  • THC / CH4 / nmHC

NEW:

  • Built-in serial interface (RS 232 / RS 422), USB & TCP/IP connectivity
  • On board web server compatible with any internet browser. es@cloud™ user interface with on-line help for the display, configuration, maintenance, diagnostics or software updating of the analyzer, remotely, from any PC, tablet or iPhone.
 



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For more information on this product, contact us :
Contact Altech USA Enviromental sales@altechusa.com
  • Ambient air monitoring (fixed and mobile AQMS monitoring stations)

  • Monitoring around industrial sources emitting VOCs (fence-line pollution monitoring)

  • Continuous emissions monitoring (CEM) by dilution extraction

  • Measurement of impurities in industrial gases

  • High sensitivity, stable, linear FID detector

  • Temperature controlled pneumatics

  • Graphic Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)

  • Interactive menu driven software

  • Synoptic flow diagram display

  • Remote troubleshooting diagnostics

  • Auto-ranging

  • Automatic response time

  • Real time calibration graph

  • Built-in serial interface (RS 232/RS 422)

  • Built-in storage of the last 1500 average data

  • Programmable measurement ranges: 0-10 / 50 / 100 / 500 / 1,000 ppm, or user selectable

  • Lower detectable limit: 0.05 ppm

  • Response time: automatic or programmable

  • Zero drift: 0.1 ppm / 7 days

  • Span drift: < 1 % / 7 days

  • Linearity: ± 1 % full scale

  • Internal zero air generator (compressor excluded)

  • External air compressor

  • Internal converter for measurement of methane and non-methane hydrocarbon

  • Special version for measurement in pure oxygen