Automatic QAL 3 Calibration
Automatic gas calibration is available by using calibration gas and prefilled calibration cell. The gas cell is filled with a mixture of gases allowing all gases measured by the system to be checked. All data from gas calibration and automatic QAL 3 checks are stored in separate calibration data files, and are sent to the reporting software for calculation.
Multiplexers are used when an OPSIS system includes more than one light path. The use of multiplexers allows a single system to handle several light paths, with the analyser’s computer automatically interrogating each in turn. Various models are available, depending on the number of required connections.
OPSIS provides a range of sensors for various applications, such as pressure, and temperature. They are specially designed to be easily integrated into an OPSIS monitoring system using OPSIS data logging hardware and software.
OPSIS System Shelters give the optimal operation environment for the measurement equipment. They are designed for OPSIS air quality monitoring systems. Various container models are available, depending on the application and the extent of the monitoring equipment.
The air-conditioned cabinet is designed for housing the monitoring equipment in ambient or stack environments where it is essential to protect the instruments from dust, damp and heat.
The cabinet is equipped with cooling and heating equipment in order to maintain stable temperature. It can be fitted with humidity and/or temperature sensors for checking the humidity and temperature inside the housing and the instruments.