Transmitters for Gas Phase Oxygen Probes
High-Performance Measurements, Low Maintenance Transmitter
Gas-phase oxygen transmitters (GPO transmitters) integrate with METTLER TOLEDO amperometric gas phase oxygen sensors to deliver the oxygen measurement value, system status and sensor diagnostics to a user or higher level control system.
Oxygen Transmitters with Intuitive Touchscreen Display
Select METTLER TOLEDO gas-phase oxygen transmitters offer an intuitive touchscreen control that provides convenient operation for a range of environments.
METTLER TOLEDO multi-parameter transmitters help lower the cost per measurement point by providing multiple measurements from a single gas-phase oxygen transmitter.
Reliable Operation in Harsh Applications
These oxygen transmitters are available in a range of materials to withstand harsh production environments or hygienic clean areas.
Plug and Measure Calibration Features
Plug and Measure capabilities allow for pre-calibration of sensors away from the process. Once connected to a transmitter, calibration data is instantly uploaded and the system is ready to measure.
Integrate into Higher Level Control Systems
METTLER TOLEDO amperometric oxygen transmitters offer a range of communication protocol options for integration of sensor data into higher level process control systems.
Oxygen Transmitters Display Sensor Diagnostics
Gas-phase oxygen transmitters are compatible with Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM) sensors to display when sensor maintenance and calibration needs to be performed.
What is an oxygen transmitter?
Within a measurement system, an oxygen transmitter, or GPO transmitter, is the component that communicates to the user or higher level control system and translates sensor readings into displayed measurements. Transmitters are an integral part of in-line measurement systems used for industrial process control and monitoring. METTLER TOLEDO offers a comprehensive range of high-performance oxygen transmitters that are compatible with traditional analog sensors and digital sensors with Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM).
How does an oxygen transmitter work?
An oxygen transmitter measures the raw signal from an analog analytical sensor and converts it into a digital signal, so that the oxygen measurement can be shown on the transmitter display. Amperometric oxygen transmitters can be programmed for various functions to improve measurement functionality, to control a process or to collect data. The signal is then displayed, and an output signal can be transmitted as an analog signal or as a digital signal via a fieldbus providing easy integration of sensor diagnostics into a process control system.
Which sensors can be connected to an oxygen transmitter?
METTLER TOLEDO's range of gas-phase oxygen sensors which can be conneceted to these gas-phase oxygen transmitters includes:
- InPro 6800G - Wide range analog amperometric gas-phase oxygen sensor.
- InPro 6850iG - Wide range digital ISM amperometric gas-phase oxygen sensor.
- InPro 6900G - Analog amperometric gas-phase oxygen sensor for low oxygen measurement applications.
- InPro 6950iG - Digital ISM amperometric gas-phase oxygen sensor for low oxygen measurement applications, designed for trace measurement in brewing.
What ISM functionalities are available with oxygen transmitters?
Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM) diagnostics are provided by METTLER TOLEDO gas-phase oxygen transmitters when integrated with an InPro 6850iG or InPro 6950iG sensor. The predictive diagnostics inform you when maintenance or calibration of the sensor is required. These oxygen transmitters also enable Plug and Measure technology. This speeds up sensor replacement and commissioning by allowing an oxygen sensor to be calibrated away from the process and then quickly installed at the measurement location.