High precision from Rapidox 7100 Analyser
Designed for analysing, controlling and monitoring process gas, the 7100 Multigas Analyser from Cambridge Sensotec is a high precision instrument.
Equipped with a touchscreen control, fully configurable gas sensors, alarms and outputs, the 19” rack mountable gas analyser is one of the most highly specified products manufactured by Cambridge Sensotec.
With the ability to measure up to six gases simultaneously, applications for this instrument vary from many industries such as; monitoring, emissions, water treatment processes, medical research, environmental monitoring, R&D, metal heat treatment, gas handling, production and semiconductor manufacturing.
The sensors within the Rapidox 7100 Multigas Analyser are specifically designed and calibrated to avoid any cross interference effects with other background gases in the process, ensuring safety with the inclusion of flashback arrestors where required. Infra-red, long-life electrochemical, thermal conductivity and ceramic tile are some of the gas sensor technologies available. The modular design allows for bespoke gas sensor combinations, including, CO2, CO, H2O, O2, C2H4, SO2, CH4, H2 and H2S.
Standard features include; two fully programmable alarm circuits per sensor, programmable analogue outputs, RS232 / RS485 communications and complete data-logging software.
To enhance the Rapidox 7100 further, combine with the Rapidox 2112 Multiplex System. Available with 5, 10 or 15 independent gas inlet ports that are fed to a single gas outlet, allowing for multiple gas sources to be analysed sequentially. Programmed and operated using the bespoke Rapidox software, the Rapidox 2112 Multiplex System integrates seamlessly with the Rapidox 7100. The Rapidox 2112 can also be used as a stand-alone device with manual operation.
For more information on the Rapidox 7100, please get in touch with our sales team by calling +44 (0)1480 46214 or email@example.com.
Cambridge Sensotec manufactures and distributes gas instrumentation around the world.