Specification parameters are defined per ANSI/ISA—51.1—1979 (R1993). Performance of a particular model may vary from these specifications, and may also be influenced by environmental factors. For further data, please consult the factory.
|Accuracy:||Analog units: ±2.0% of full scale|
Digital units: ±2.0% of reading, ±1 least significant digit
(Limited to accuracy of calibration standard)
|Repeatability:||±0.5% of full scale|
|Minimum Detectability:||1.0% of full scale|
[Better on certain digital models]
Note that any data obtained at the level of minimum detectability will not be accurate.
|Linearity:||±1.0% of full scale|
|Zero Drift:||±1.0% of full scale|
|Span Drift:||Less than ±2.0% of full scale (24 hours)|
The zero and span drift specifications assume that the analyzer is equilibrated, and is at constant temperature, with a properly maintained sensor.
“Drift” is defined as an undesired change in output over a period of time, which change is unrelated to input, operating conditions, or load.
|Lag Time:||Less than 1 second|
|Calibration:||Against standard gas mixture, or via INTERSCAN’s Electronic Calibration Service|
|Compliance with EC Directives|
on RoHS and WEEE:
|Compliant. Refer to detailed information.|
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