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Oxygen Transmitter from Vaisala


Oxygen Transmitter from Vaisala
Vaisala
August 17, 2006
The SPECTRACAP OMT355 oxygen transmitter from Vaisala, Woburn, MA, uses a tunable diode laser in a compact probe to monitor oxygen in industrial process gases. The sensor measures oxygen concentration by measuring the absorption of light from a tunable diode laser. For oxygen sensing, the laser is tuned to a wavelength characteristic of the oxygen molecule. The OMT355 can be flange-mounted directly into a process without sampling or sample-conditioning equipment. The SS probe tolerates aggressive chemicals and excessive amounts of moisture and a SS mesh filter protects the probe optics from dust and dirt.

CONTACT INFO

CompanyVaisala
Emailinstruments@vaisala.com
Phone781-933-4500
Fax781-933-8029
URLhttp://www.vaisala.com/



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