In addition to sporting an even better hygienic design, the compact analyzer is available with a performance enhancement. As with previous versions, the latest versions of the PA feature permanent inline gas monitoring. However, now they can also perform random sample analysis using a sample needle, for example, to check the protective gas atmosphere in food packaging.
Three different measuring cells are available for the analyzer: chemical, zirconium and infrared. All three measure from 0 to 100 percent. If the individually adjustable limit value is reached, the PA will emit an alarm or switch a floating contact, for example, to interrupt the gas supply. It will also emit an alarm if the needle is clogged.
A USB interface is available for data transmission. There are additional interfaces, such as digital inputs and outputs, 24V inputs and outputs, as well as relays with which to integrate the analyzer with an existing system.
Data memory stores the last 500 measurements. Thanks to data export and the specially developed OBCC software, the user can document and analyze all measured results digitally.