The Serinus 44 Ammonia analyser delivers precise and reliable performance at excellent value. It uses proven chemiluminescence technology to measure NO, NO2, NOx and NO3 in ambient air.
The Serinus range of analysers have been designed using Ecotech's experience and knowledge gained from operating large air quality monitoring networks for more than 35 years. The result, instruments that integrate seamlessly into continuous monitoring networks.
US EPA approval (RFNA–0809–186).
EN approval TÜV 936/21221977/A.
Australian Standard (AS 3580.5.1-2011).
Russian Approval 56263-14.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Reliable performance complemented with a two year warranty
Minimise time spent on site performing maintenance through
superior remote instrument control, diagnostic viewing and calibration
Comprehensive data logging and remote viewing of over 200 operational parameters
Versatile interfacing through RS232, USB, Bluetooth, analog and digital I/O and optional TCP/IP
Easy setup through an intuitive menu system, advanced GUI and a large alphanumeric keypad with tactile keys
Instant status indication via illuminated instrument status light buttons on the front panel
Removable flash memory stores ~10 years of data, including up to 12 individual parameters and event logs. Operational parameters can also be transferred to memory for easy retrieval
Latest firmware updates can easily be installed using the USB flash memory drive
Programming, viewing, downloading and emailing of data is made even simpler using Bluetooth connectivity combined with the ‘Ecotech Serinus® Remote’ Android App
Built-in digital display measuring values and having function of measuring values transferred to graphical trend display
Enhanced operator safety through the use of 12 VDC internal voltages
Reduced cost of spare parts, accessories and consumable items through extensive use of standard components across the Serinus® range
Rack slide design makes accessing internal components and removing the analyser from a rack cabinet easy
AQMS power usage can be reduced due to the instrument’s low power demand and its ability to operate over a wide temperature range.
Range: 0 - 20 ppm (autoranging) (analog ranges 0 - 50 ppb to 0 - 20 ppm) (NH3 range dictated by external converter; usually ~ 2 ppm) Concentration display: User selectable mg/m3, μg/m3, ppm, ppb or ppt
Noise: < 0.2 ppb
Lower detectable limit: < 0.4 ppb or 0.5 % of reading whichever is greater
Linearity: < 1 % of full scale
Precision: 0.4 ppb or 0.5 % of reading whichever is greater
Zero drift: 24 hours: < 0.4 ppb 7 days: < 0.4 ppb
Span drift: 7 days: < 1 % of reading or 0.4 ppb whichever is greater
STP reference: 0 °C, 20 °C, 25 °C at 101.3 kPa
Sample flow rate: 900 cc/min (total for 3 channels)
Temperature range: 0 to 40 °C
Power: 100 - 240 VAC, 50 - 60 Hz (autoranging)
Power consumption: 265 VA (max at start-up) 190 VA (after warm-up)
Dimensions: 429 x 175 x 638 mm
Rack Spacing: 3.5 RU
Weight: 21.85 kg
Inputs/Outputs: 25 pin I/O port
#1 RS232 port (supports all protocols*)
#2 RS232 port (supports all protocols* and multidrop)
USB port (Advanced protocol only)
Bluetooth (Advanced protocol only)
TCP/IP network port (optional, supports all protocols*).
3 x analog outputs (current or voltage), 12 bit resolution user definable range (between two user specified points)
Current range: 0 - 20 mA, 2 - 20 mA or 4 - 20 mA
Voltage range: 0 - 5 V, 0 - 10 V (voltage offset of 0 V, 0.25 V or 0.5 V)
3 x analog inputs (scalable), 0 - 5 V, 16 bit resolution
8 x logic level digital control inputs
8 x open collector digital status outputs.
Options & Accessories
• 8 GB removable USB flash memory drive that stores the internal data logger, event log, automatic/manual configuration backup and automatic/manual parameter list save
• Internal data logger (can log up to 12 of 200+ parameters)
• Logger interval (1 second to 24 hours)
• Storage capacity ~ 10 years (set to 1 minute interval).