The Baker Hughes Panametrics oxy.IQ Galvanic Fuel Cell Oxygen Transmitter from HMA INSTRUMENTATION is a highly-reliable and cost-effective two-wire, loop-powered transmitter with a linearised 4 to 20 mA output. It measures oxygen in ten ppm ranges and seven percentage ranges. All ranges are user-selectable. This compact transmitter uses proven sensor technology to accurately measure oxygen in a variety of gases, even in hazardous environments. The Panametrics oxy.IQ Galvanic Fuel Cell Oxygen Transmitter from HMA INSTRUMENTATION is an advanced galvanic fuel cell that provides superior performance, accuracy, stability and long life. The cell’s innovative design eliminates the potential for negative signal output, reduces sources of contamination.
The rugged oxy.IQ is controlled by a microprocessor that enables the user to select the range, trim outputs and perform calibration. Improved user interface includes user-selectable and programmable ranges, sensor diagnostics including a sensor lifetime feature and sensor raw signal, low reading/sensor failure signal and temperature compensation. Programming is simple via the keypad and display. These keypad buttons allow complete functionality in hazardous areas when equipped with a Zener barrier or a galvanic isolator per drawing 752-347. The compact oxy.IQ, with its built-in microprocessor, is designed to fit easily into any installation site. The oxy.IQ can be installed right at the sampling point, whereas other transmitters must be rack- or panel-mounted.