- 0–1 PPM Low Range; 0–25% High Range
- Large Backlit Display w/ User Friendly Menu
- Data Log via Removable USB Flash Drive
- Integral Swagelok Bypass Valve System
- Continuous Analysis during Charging
- Electrochemical Sensor Technology
The TAC-640 oxygen analyzer combines a rugged portable design with a precision oxygen sensor. The result is a highly reliable and cost-effective design with easy-to-use user interface.
The analyzer comes with a 0 – 10 PPM full scale low range and a removable USB flash drive for data logging via .CSV (Excel) file format. With an 8GB USB Flash Drive, you can data log for 1-minute intervals for about 50 years before running out of storage. The low full-scale range and flexibility to easily access data allows this analyzer to be unmatched in the market.
The display of the analyzer is designed to be used in direct sunlight. No need to bring a shade or other method to see the screen.
The oxygen sensor used in the TAC-640 is an electrochemical fuel cell principal. All oxygen sensors are manufactured in the United States under a strict quality program.
The standard cell (TO2-133) is unaffected by other background gases such as H2, He or Hydrocarbons.
The acidic cell (TO2-233) works well when acid gases such as CO2 or Natural Gas are present.
The sensors are self-contained and minimal maintenance is required — no need to clean electrodes or add electrolyte.
Each unit comes with a membrane filter with needle valve to provide a sample free of liquids and a regulator for sampling. The regulator can be used for a maximum input pressure of 1500psig and will provide an output pressure of 10pisg to the analyzer. Each analyzer comes in carrying case.
< +/- 1% of Full-Scale Range (at constant conditions)
Integrated into Large Display
Removable USB Flash Drive
Large with Backlight
Brushed Stainless Steel
0.5 – 5 SCFH
|Sample Line Connection||
0 – 1V DC
|Estimated Battery Life||
40 Hours before Recharge
Flow Control, 4-way Sample/ Bypass Valve, Flow Indicator
TO2 – 133 Trace O2 Sensor
9 – 12 Months
0 ̊ – 50 ̊ deg C
20 Pounds with Carrying Case