SITRANS SL is designed for measuring oxygen (O2) with high sensitivity. It consists of a pair of cross-duct sensors, a transmitter unit and a detector unit, both with the same dimensions. Due to its little installation effort and its minimum maintenance requirements, SITRANS SL guarantees a high level of economic efficiency.
The gas analyzer LDS 6 consists of a central unit and up to three in-situ optics housings. The connection between the central unit and the optics housing is established by a so-called hybrid cable, which contains optical fibers and copper wires. An additional cable connects the transmitter and receiver parts of the cross-duct optics housing. The major part of the benefits the in-situ approach is introducing belongs to the simple fact that the measurement is performed non-intrusively and in real-time - without any disturbance or delay due to gas sampling or gas conditioning.