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Dew Point Transmitter Model XDT

XENTAUR XDT

The Xentaur digital dew point transmitters are designed as compact, simple and reliable instruments, which will continually monitor air dryer performance, compressed air quality and dry gas moisture, from ambient dew point levels to as low as -100ºC (-148ºF) up to +20ºC (+68ºF).

Applications

COSA's dew point meter is suitable for a variety of applications:

  • Monitoring & Control of Air Dryers
  • Plastic Dryers
  • Glove Boxes
  • Welding Gases
  • Laser Gases
  • Petrochemical Feedstock Gases
  • Natural Gas Processing, Transportation & Distribution
  • Clean Room Environments
  • Heat Treating Furnaces

Features and Benefits

  • HTF™ Sensor Technology
  • SpanCheck™  in the Field
  • Multiple Housing Configurations
  • Very Low Drift
  • Long Sensor Life

Electronics

The XDT transmitter electronics take full advantage of state of the art microprocessor technology and offer many advanced intelligent features. With optional dual alarms, analog and digital outputs, the Xentaur dewpoint transmitters can be used as indicators, alarm units or controllers.

Programmable Alarm Relays Option

The two optional alarm relays can be independently programmed to switch at any dew point with variable hysteresis, which makes the transmitter ideally suited as an energy saving controller for desiccant dryers in “dew point demand” mode or safety cutoff in process control, high power laser, etc. The status of the relays is shown on the display with flashing "HI" or "LO" indicators while displaying the dew point.

User Friendly Interface

The dew point meter is operated through a menu driven user interface consisting of a custom LCD display with backlight, and four push buttons. The push buttons can be used to display several different engineering units which can be: Dew Point in ºC, ºF, ppmv, g H2O/M3, lbs H2O/million scf.

SpanCheck™  in the Field

This field calibration procedure is fully automated and the user is prompted through a simple one minute procedure, which requires no additional equipment.

Xentaur Hyper-Thin-Film (HTF) AL2O3™ Moisture Sensor Technology

The model XDT uses a Xentaur HTF™ Aluminum Oxide sensor. The breakthrough HTF™ sensor technology represents advances in thin film and metal oxide sciences and offers significant performance advantages over all other aluminum oxide sensors.The operating principle of the HTF™ aluminum oxide sensors is that a hygroscopic layer of aluminum oxide adsorbs or releases water molecules within its pores, depending on the water vapor pressure in its environment. The electrical capacitance of the aluminum oxide layer changes with the surrounding water vapor pressure. The electrical capacitance is measured between the aluminum core of the sensor and a porous conductive gold layer on the outside.The advantages of the HTF sensor technology are a result of the proprietary manufacturing method in which the aluminum oxide layer is made to be hyper thin as well as extremely hygroscopic. This results in a very sensitive sensor with fast response.

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Cosa Xentaur Corp.
4140 World Houston Parkway
Suite 180
Houston, TX 77032
USA