No longer available
Unfortunately, this product – the Systech Illinois 542 02 Gas Analyzer – is no longer available for purchase.
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Your service options
The Systech Illinois 542 02 Gas Analyzer will be supported for up to 10 years from last date of manufacture. Older (> 10 Years old) analyzers will be considered for calibration and service, however for significant repairs, this will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. If the repair is considered not cost effective or parts are deemed unavailable, Industrial Physics may decline this request.
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This o2 gas analyzer instrument is especially suitable for measurements of mixtures containing hydrogen or helium. With the use of sensitive floating circuits, the thermal conductivity analyzer can detect gases down to parts per million levels and up to full concentration.
The analyzer is pre-programmed for a wide range of sample and reference gases, easily selectable from the simple front panel menu.
Calibration settings for each combination of gases used, are stored in an internal memory and are recalled automatically, every time a particular gas mix is required. This enables quick and easy switching between gas combinations.
Sophisticated microprocessor electronics enable the fastest possible response time, excellent stability and flexibility. Sample pressure and flow are internally controlled allowing connection to a wide range of pressurised samples. Automatic calibration is included as standard, the instrument can be set to perform at zero and span calibration at timed intervals.