New multigas emissions analyser
Sep 06 2018
Servomex has launched the SERVOPRO 4900 Multigas, a high-performance continuous emissions (CEMS) analyser.
Designed for the measurement of criterion pollutants, greenhouse gases and reference oxygen, the 4900 Multigas uses a range of Servomex’s industry-leading digital sensing technologies for ultra-stable, reliable CEMS monitoring of flue gases.
The 4900 Multigas can be configured with a combination of paramagnetic, infrared and gas filter correlation sensors, and unites high-specification monitoring power with a low cost of ownership.
When matched with a suitable sampling system, this makes it ideal for multiple measurements at MCERT/QAL1 certification of the pollutants NO, SO2 and CO, plus O2. It also measures the greenhouse gases CO2, N2O and CH4 with outstanding accuracy.
Contained within a compact, robust next-generation platform, the 4900 Multigas is designed to integrate easily into CEMS systems and cabinets.
As the successor to the highly successful SERVOPRO 4900 CEMS analyser, it is fully backwards compatible with existing 4900 installations, delivering the same key measurements alongside improvements in communications and control.
An intuitive, icon-driven colour touchscreen allows for enhanced user interaction and device configuration, while digital protocols include RS232/RS485 Modbus and PROFIBUS, with Ethernet Modbus TCP/IP to follow.
The ultra-stable, non-depleting sensing technologies and auto-calibration function ensure minimal maintenance which results in low lifetime ownership costs, while USB connectivity facilitates easy data logging and software updates.
The 4900 Multigas also provides up to four analogue inputs, eight digital inputs, 32 alarms and 32 relays.
Servomex’s Charles Segar, Product Manager for Industrial and Trace Analysers, said: “The new 4900 Multigas is a key component of our comprehensive CEMS solution for the market.
“It delivers the range of critical CEMS measurements our customers require, with the stability and reliability they demand. The next-generation platform’s enhanced user interface and advanced communications ensure trusted performance that matches the needs of modern industry.”
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