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Hydrogen Analyzer XMTC

  • Hydrogen analyzer XMTC is the most stable and compact online thermal conductivity analyzer for monitoring binary gas concentrations in safety relevant applications
  • This binary gas analyzer provides for high accuracy concentration measurement of binary gas mixtures including hydrogen in oxygen and vice versa
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Hydrogen analyzer XMTC

  • This hydrogen analyzer is the most stable and compact online thermal conductivity analyzer for monitoring binary gas concentrations in safety relevant applications
  • High accuracy concentration measurement of binary gas mixtures including hydrogen in oxygen and vice versa

Key features

  • Field programmable, isolated 4-20 mA analog output
  • PC interfaces for digital output
  • Protection class IP66/Type 4X
  • EX version ATEX/IECEX II 2 G Exd IIC T6 Gb C-US Class I Div. 1 Groups A, B, C & D
  • Sample system designs available for electrolyzer and related applications

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Weight4.3 kg
Dimensions26.6 cm
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Panametrics Thermal Conductivity Transmitter XMTC datasheet

Product datasheet

Panametrics Hydrogen Brochure

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    Panametrics, a Baker Hughes business

    Founded in 1960, Panametrics is committed to providing the best in process gas analyzers and flow measurements. Built on its 60+ year heritage of moisture measurement innovation with the introduction of the patented thin film aluminum oxide sensor, when Panametrics delivered the world’s first thermoparamagnetic oxygen analyzer and innovative thermal conductivity binary gas analyzer, a new era in process gas monitoring began.

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