The thermoparamagnetic GE Panametrics XMO2 oxygen transmitter is the most stable oxygen analyzer available on the market today. Representing state-of-the-art oxygen measurement, the GE Panametrics XMO2 oxygen transmitter provides reliable process oxygen measurement as easily as temperature or pressure measurement.
The GE Panametrics XMO2 oxygen transmitter combines computer-enhanced, automatic oxygen signal compensation, fast-response software, real-time error detection, and automated calibration with a proven thermoparamagnetic oxygen sensor to achieve unequaled performance and ease of use.
The compact, weatherproof, explosion-proof, and flameproof GE Panametrics XMO2 oxygen transmitter is specifically designed to be field installed at the process measurement point. Field installation minimizes sample-conditioning requirements while ensuring the best sample and the fastest possible response. With no moving parts, the GE Panametrics XMO2 oxygen transmitter is insensitive to mounting position or vibration and has excellent long-term reliability. The GE Panametrics XMO2 oxygen transmitter features a dual-chamber oxygen cell design that makes it resistant to contamination and flow variation.
An onboard microprocessor gives the GE Panametrics XMO2 oxygen transmitter the computing power to provide advanced online signal conditioning and digital communications via an RS232 interface and menu-driven software. Integrated signal-processing algorithms provide improved linearity and accuracy as well as automatic compensation for background gas variations and/or atmospheric pressure effects. The GE Panametrics XMO2 oxygen transmitter has a fast-response software routine that provides typical response times of less than 15 seconds. When recalibration does become necessary, it can be accomplished quickly and easily through software, with no potentiometers to adjust.
The GE Panametrics XMO2 oxygen transmitter requires 24 VDC power and provides a 4-20mA output signal with fully programmable zero and span settings. The output is proportional to oxygen concentration and internally compensated for background gas and/or atmospheric pressure variations. The weatherproof, explosion-proof, and rack-mount GE Panametrics XMO2 oxygen transmitters are available in a wide variety of measurement ranges.