Measurement and Testing
New multi-gas analyser offers rapid and precise measurements in continuous or mobile onsite applications
Jan 17 2023
WITT have recently launched the new MFA 10.0, a multi-gas analyser that can determine the composition of 15 different gas mixtures with exceptional speed and accuracy. This compact, lightweight device is suitable for both on-site and continuous analysis, making it an extremely versatile tool for a wide range of applications.
The MFA 10.0 uses thermal conductivity measurement technology to analyse two-gas mixtures of argon, helium, carbon dioxide, methane, oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen. The readings are generated in seconds, ensuring a long service life for the measurement cell.
Operated via a 7" touch screen with password protection, the MFA 10.0 is user-friendly and intuitive to use. Users can select gas combinations and define alarm limits, and if the limits are exceeded, an acoustic and/or visual alarm will be triggered. All measurements can be viewed and exported through the measurement history function.
One of the key advantages of the MFA 10.0 is that it does not need to be recalibrated when the gas combination is changed, saving valuable working time and simplifying handling. It also comes with an RJ45 network connection, an analogue output, and three potential-free relay contacts for signal transmission. The device is suitable for use in a wide range of temperatures (-5°C to 50°C) and pressures (1.5 to 10 barg), and operates on 100 - 230V.
With its robust stainless-steel housing and integrated handle, the MFA 10.0 is ideal for use as a mobile unit. It is also suitable for continuous monitoring as a stationary unit.
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