- KF25 Flange Connector
- Low Maintenance Zirconium Cell
- 0-1000ppm Oxygen Sensor
- Operates in a vacuum, 20 Torr
- 3 Year warranty
- 2 Alarm relays
- No drift due to environmental or temperature changes
- UL, C UL and CE Approvals
- 24V DC Power supply included (99097)
- International Power Supply Included (99141)
The Trace Oxygen Analyzer, which measures oxygen from 0-1000 ppm, is intended for use in a vacuum. The PureAire Trace Oxygen Analyzer is well suited for environments including 3D printers, semiconductor tools, wafer transfer tools, process chambers, cryogenic glovebox, inert gases, nitrogen gas lines, and nitrogen generators.
The Trace Oxygen Monitor comes with a 10-foot cable and 10+ year zirconium oxide sensor, which can be placed inside the vacuum for accurate readings. To monitor readings from outside, either connect the sensor using a 10-foot cable or K25 flange, then check readings and adjust the environment as necessary.
PureAire’s Trace Oxygen Analyzer can be used indoors or outdoors. Regardless of humidity, barometric pressure, or temperature changes, the oxygen analyzer performs reliably to safeguard your business. Even with a high electromagnetic field, this monitor can provide stable, accurate readings.
PureAire’s oxygen analyzers use a zirconium cell rather than an electrochemical sensor for increased reliability and longer-lasting performance. The zirconium sensor lasts for as long as 10 years with no calibration. Additionally, the zirconium sensor is very fast. In seconds, it can detect low oxygen conditions and sound an alarm to notify staff of low oxygen levels.
A KF type vacuum fitting lets you mount the sensor directly into the vacuum chamber or into the load locks. By monitoring oxygen levels inside the vacuum, the Trace Oxygen Analyzer improves thru-put, since there’s no need to use an ambient environment as a medium for measuring oxygen levels.
Rather than disposable sensors, which must be calibrated regularly to perform up to specifications, the Trace Oxygen Analyzer saves time and money. Within three years, the sensor will pay for itself. Customers enjoy an average savings of $475 per year by installing the Trace Oxygen Analyzer instead of another product.