The ecom-CL2 – the perfect combination of wall positioned and floor standing instrument. It is an easy to use gas analyzer designed for commercial combustion monitoring in a variety of applications. The ecom-CL2 is fitted with up to 3 gas sensors, measuring O2, CO & NO, plus Stack and Ambient Temperatures, and Stack Pressure & Draft. The ecom-CL2 also calculates CO2, Efficiency, Losses, Excess Air and Oxygen correction 0-20%. The instrument is affixed in its own aluminum carrying case for rugged field use. On board data storage for up to 300 separate readings. Its integrated thermal quick printer allows for on-the-spot print-outs. The on-board computer has 5 pre-programmed fuel types and can store up to 16. The ecom-CL2 sample conditioning system consists of a high flow pump and radiant gas cooler with condensate trap. An automatic shut-off activates when the condensate trap reaches its maximum capacity. Another unique feature of the ecom-CL2 is an Automatic and Manual CO bypass function which protects the CO sensor from over exposure.
- STANDARD FEATURES
- OPTIONAL ADD-ONS
- TECHNICAL DATA
- Up to 3 Electrochemical Sensors
- CO Purge Pump to Prevent Oversaturation
- Ambient Cooler Sample Conditioner
- Flue Gas, Ambient, & Sensor Temperature Sensors
- Averaging Tests
- CO2, Efficiency, Losses, Excess Air, & O2 Correction Calculations
- 7ft Standard Sample Line
- 9 Inch Probe
- Sensor Options: O2, CO & NO (NOx Calculation)
- Electronically Monitored Condensate Trap
- Calibration Gas Kit
- Low Engery Bluetooth Kit
Each sensor has a circuit housed within an electrolyte solution and when the target gas is introduced into the sensor, the half reactions (oxidation and reduction) at the electrodes generate a flow of current through the circuit.
The voltage drop across the electrodes is measured by the analyzer and corresponds directly to the target gas concentration (i.e., the higher the concentration of gas, the more reactions that take place, the higher the current).
In each of the electrochemical sensors we use, there is also a third reference electrode which maintains a bas
CO2, CO(U), NOx, efficiency (0-120 %), losses, lambda, dew point, mg/m3, mg/kWh, O2-reference