Model 8302 DILUTION PROBE CONTROLLER & PUMP MODULE FEATURES • Chemically inert materials are used throughout the sampling system to prevent sample contamination • Teflon ® lined diaphragm pump is used within the dilution probe to sample source gas • Automatic and regulated control of dilution probe temperature • Visual indication of operating parameters including flow rate and temperature. ALARM OUTPUTS • Moisture in sample line • Low vacuum (bypassed for 2 minutes at start up) • Probe temperature out-of-range or sensor failure. SPECIFICATIONS The Model 8302 Dilution Probe Controller integrates with source emission monitoring systems and common dilution probes such as the Oxydan DP7900. The Model 8302 is designed for unattended operation and features an automatic restart function in case of power failure or loss of instrument air. The 8302 performs the following functions: • Controls probe temperature • Draws sample gas from the dilution probe • Provides a visual indication of measurement parameters. Power requirements: Power consumption: Operating temperature: Maximum humidity: Dilution air: Alarm output: Mounting: Umbilical length: Dimensions rack: Depth required in rack: Dimensions: 115/230VAC 50/60 HZ (specify when ordering) 300 W max. (not including probe heater) 10 - 40 °C 90 % RH Nominal 5 l/min (depending on probe flow rate) Master alarm output in the event of a system fault 19” rack or bench mount Maximum length to 100 m 2 x 19” rack mount chassis, 5RU 200 mm each plus connections 490 x 225 x 300 mm. FS 603790 OHS 603791 ECOTECH Pty Ltd (Global Head Office) 1492 Ferntree Gully Road Knoxfield VIC 3180 Melbourne Australia +61 3 9730 7800 [email protected] ecotech.com Specifications subject to change without notice. Ecotech & Model 8302 are trademarks or registered trademarks of ECOTECH Pty Ltd in the United States and/or other countries. © 2018 ECOTECH Pty Ltd. All rights reserved. 20180716
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