The transmitter is to be installed remotely from the probe, either on self standing racks at ground
level or on wall-mounted panels on platform. This device supplies the power for heating probes to their operation temperature. Then it turns the sensor’s signal(mV) into O2(%vol) or O2(%vol)- Coe(ppm) concentration, depending on the process. The measured values are displayed on the
transmitter’s screen and can be sent to control rooms with 4-20mA lines.
End-users can replace electronic board sets to upgrade and update the converters.
3/ ATEX Probes*
In situ ex proof probes are ATEX and IECEx certified. It’s compatible with already installed RB Technologies’ by-pass tubes and differential pressure transmitters. Probes have to be considered as spares.
ZR PROBE O2
4/ Probe spares
Spare parts and consumable : probe nose – arresting flame event – gaskets – filters
5/ Junction box
Junction box is installed when the direct wiring from the probe to the transmitter isn’t possible.
Calibration gases are sent to the probe from a remote calibration system, installed near the
transmitter. The calibration set are designed to fit RB-Technologies’ analyzers.
The special cable is used to connect the probe to the diffirential pressure transmitter, per meter.
8/ Sampling tube**
Each sampling tube is designed according to the specifications of the combustion unit on which it will be installed : flue gas temperature (design, material); insertion length; flange type…
9/ Non-ATEX probes
Probes for non-Atex areas are compatible with already installed RB-Technologies’ by-pass tubes and differential pressure transmitters. Probes have to be considered as spares.