Siemens OXYMAT 64 Extractive Analyzer for Trace Oxygen Measurement in Pure Gas Applications

The Siemens OXYMAT 64 is an extractive oxygen analyzer that can control the measurement of oxygen concentration in tracks as small as 0 to 10 ppm. The OXYMAT 64 works with zirconium diode sensors to measure gas with steady flow through a 650°C heated pipe sensor. Depending on the application, both catalytic active and inactive ZrO2 sensors are available.

The OXYMAT 64 has proven to be particularly useful in the chemical and food industries. It is ideal for production of technical gases, welding, air separation plants, metal production, hardening shops, chemical plants, and food and beverage applications.

Key Specifications

  • Measuring range: 0-10 to 0-99999 vpm, 1% span detection limit
  • Internal pump for reference gas or external reference gas supply
  • Supports one analog output and six relay outputs, two analog inputs and six binary inputs
  • Compact design with 19" rack unit housing
  • RS-405 interface standard with optional Profibus DP/PA
  • Optional SIPROM GA network for maintenance and service information

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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