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Solvent Vapours Transmitter





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Volatile Organic Compounds transmitter E2618-PID is a member of new PluraSens® family of multifunctional measurement instruments.

The instrument utilises highly sensitive photoionization detectors (PID) with extremely low minimal detection levels. The transmitter exhibits sensitivity to compounds with ionization potential less than 10.6 eV, i.e. to most solvent vapors.

Two analog outputs and RS485 digital interface with industry standard Modbus RTU protocol can be used to connect the transmitter to safety or building automation systems. 



More Information

  • Highly sensitive Photo Ionization Detector
  • Range 0...40 or 0...200 ppm isobutylene
  • Resolution 0,01 ppm or 1 ppm isobutylene
  • 2 × 4-20 mA or 0-10 V, RS485

Technical Specification


Detected vapors acetone, ethanol, toluene, xylene etc

Default calibration isobutylene

Sensor type Photo Ionization Detector

Sampling method diffusion

Detection range 0...40 ppm isobutylene0...200 ppm isobutylene

Resolution 0,01 ppm C4H8 for 40 ppm range1 ppm C4H8 for 200 ppm range

Sensor lifetime 5 years

Power supply 12...36 VDC (default)24 VAC as option

Digital interface RS485, Modbus RTU protocol

Analog outputs 2 × 4-20 mA / 0-10 V, user settable

Enclosure grey ABS plastic, wall mount, IP65

Dimensions H82 × W80 × D55 mm

Operating conditions -40...+65 °C, < 95 %RH


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