GE Panametrics oxy.IQ Digital Oxygen Transmitter

GE’s oxy.IQ is a highly reliable and cost-effective two-wire loop-powered transmitter with a linearized 4-20 mA output. It measures oxygen in ten different selectable ppm ranges and seven selectable percentage ranges, using proven sensor technology to accurately measure oxygen in a variety of gases. oxy.IQ can be installed in hazardous locations if it's installed with the optional zener barrier.

The oxy.IQ's oxygen sensor is an advanced galvanic fuel cell that provides superior performance, accuracy, stability, and long life. The cell is unaffected by other background gases or hydrocarbons, and is compatible with acid gases. Because the cell is self-contained, it requires minimal maintenance — there's no electrolyte to change or electrode to clean.

Key Specifications

  • Two-wire, loop powered 4-20 mA transmitter
  • Proven galvanic fuel cell O2 sensor technology
  • Selectable ranges from 0-10 ppm to 0-10000 ppm, or 0-1% to 0-50% oxygen
  • Displays measured value, sensor lifetime indication, NAMUR error indication
  • Front keypad for selectable and programmable ranges
  • Sensor failure output error

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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